Fight to Win 162 Results: Rafaela Guedes Wins Title; Talita Alencar Wins Scrappy Match Over Gabi McComb

Fight to Win returned to Miami on Friday for its first-ever all-female card. In the main event, Team Atos representative Rafaela Guedes edged three-time IBJJF world champion Ana Carolina Vieira to earn the Fight to Win no-gi lightweight belt. The rest of the card was filled with top-tier world champions,

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Fight 2 Win 158, Elisabeth Clay vs Rafaela Guedes.

Fight 2 Win announced their main event for F2W 158, which will be held on December 4th in Orlando. The match will be between two newly awarded black belts, Elisabeth Clay and Rafaela Guedes. Clay earned her black belt earlier this month by Samir Chantre, cementing her as Chantre’s first

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Elisabeth Clay vs. Thamara Ferreira Title Match Scheduled for Fight To Win 186

At Fight To Win 186 on Friday, October 29, no-gi world champion and Fight To Win champion Elisabeth Clay will take on European Open champion Thamara Ferreira for the Fight To Win lightweight no-gi title. The match was announced via the promotion’s Instagram. View this post on Instagram A post

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Full Match: Watch Amanda Leve’s Massive Upset Win Over Gabi Garcia

At the Who’s Number One (WNO) Championships, Amanda Leve scored one of the biggest upsets in jiu-jitsu history when she defeated Gabi Garcia by convincing decision in the first round of the women’s heavyweight tournament. The match was shocking not only because of the outcome, but also because of Leve’s

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WNO Championships Final Round Results and Highlights: Ruotolo Brothers Win Big

On Sunday, September 26, the Who’s Number One (WNO) Championships finals took place from Austin, TX. The finals were the culmination of five, eight-person brackets consisting of the best submission-only grapplers in the world. The quarterfinals and the semifinals were 15-minute submission-only matches, and the finals were 30-minute matches. View

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WNO Championships Preview: Who Can Beat Gabi Garcia at Heavyweight?

The Who’s Number One (WNO) Championships on September 25-26 will feature five eight-person brackets with many of the best grapplers in the world competing in 15-minute submission-only matches. In the days leading up to this event, Grappling Insider will be previewing each of the five divisions. In the women’s heavyweight

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Who’s Number One: Beatriz Mesquita vs. Luiza Monteiro Scheduled for October

A pair of women’s Who’s Number One title belts will be on the line later this year. On October 20, veteran black belts Beatriz Mesquita and Luiza Monteiro will square off for the 135-pound title, while Nathalie “Tata” Ribeiro will face Ffion Davies for the 125-pound championship. View this post

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WNO Championships: Full Women’s Heavyweight Bracket

The Who’s Number One (WNO) Championships are quickly taking shape. The two-day event scheduled for September 25-26 will feature five eight-person brackets consisting of the best no-gi grapplers in the world. FloGrappling has now released the full eight-woman bracket for women’s heavyweight division, and it is loaded with the best grapplers

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Who’s Number One Results and Highlights: Craig Jones Decisions Tye Ruotolo

On Friday, Who’s Number One held a stacked event featuring many of the best no-gi jiu-jitsu players in the world. In the main event, Danaher Death Squad representative Craig Jones played exclusively from top position against Tye Ruotolo, earning a unanimous decision victory. And in the co-main event, Mikey Musumeci

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