WNO Championships: Andrew Wiltse, Kennedy Maciel, Ethan Crelinsten Out, Replacements Announced

We are now two weeks away from the two-day Who’s Number One (WNO) Championships, and the event has seen some changes to the line-up lately. Andrew Wiltse of the 185-pound division, as well as Kennedy Maciel and Ethan Crelinsten of the 155-pound division, have been removed from the competition. FloGrappling

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Andrew Wiltse Talks Fight Sports Sexual Misconduct: ‘Their situation is pretty inexcusable’

Elite black belt competitor Andrew Wiltse isn’t shy about sharing his opinions. It comes as no surprise, then, that Wiltse has plenty to say about the situation involving Marcel Goncalves’ pending sexual assault case and how it has been handled by Fight Sports owner and head coach Roberto “Cyborg” Abreu.

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Andrew Wiltse Explains His Back Attack System

Andrew Wiltse is one of the fastest-rising black belt competitors in jiu-jitsu. The top grappler out of Pedigo Submission Fighting (AKA Daisy Fresh), Wiltse is an excellent finisher from the back, and is undefeated in submission-only competition this year, winning two of his three Who’s Number One matches by rear-naked

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WNO Championships: Full 185-Pound Bracket Features Craig Jones, Tye Ruotolo, Mica Galvao

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-man bracket for the 185-pound division, and it is loaded with the biggest and

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Kade Ruotolo Replaces Andrew Wiltse to Face Roberto Jimenez at The Road to ADCC

The Road to ADCC event scheduled for July 17 took a big hit on Wednesday when it was announced that Andrew Wiltse was injured and out of his match against Roberto Jimenez. Hours later, though, FloGrappling and ADCC announced that Kade Ruotolo had stepped in on late notice to replace

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Beyond The Match: Re-live Andrew Wiltse’s Comeback Submission on Gabriel Almeida

Andrew Wiltse is now halfway through a true breakout year. So far in 2021, the Pedigo Submission Fighting (AKA Daisy Fresh) black belt is undefeated in Who’s Number One competition with wins over PJ Barch, David Garmo, and, most recently, Gabriel Almeida. Wiltse’s win over Almeida was particularly special, as

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Video: Andrew Wiltse Wins 75-0 at a Fuji BJJ Tournament

Another week, another video of Andrew Wiltse demolishing competition on the local circuit. As he prepares for his match against Gabriel Almeida at Who’s Number One on June 18, Wiltse has chosen to stay competition fresh by entering local tournaments. Recently, he ran through the competition — including one poor

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Video: Watch Andrew Wiltse Smash His Way Through Every Match At The Nuway Combat Tournament

There’s “good” at jiu-jitsu, and there’s “world class” at jiu-jitsu. Recently, top Pedigo Submission Fighting (AKA Daisy Fresh) black belt competitor Andrew Wiltse demonstrated exactly that difference, as he dominated his way through the BJJ Fanatics Nuway Combat Tournament in Gatlinburg, TN. Facing hobbyist grapplers and even one brave blue

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Andrew Wiltse to Face Gabriel Almeida at Next Who’s Number One

One of the fastest-rising black belt competitors in jiu-jitsu will put his undefeated Who’s Number One (WNO) record on the line against an established top grappler. On June 18, Pedigo Submission Fighting’s Andrew Wiltse will take on Checkmat representative Gabriel Almeida. FloGrappling announced the match. View this post on Instagram

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