EUG 2 Competitor Damien Nitkin Describes What It’s Like to Grapple Micael Galvao

On June 12, 17-year old jiu-jitsu phenom Micael Galvao competed among some of the world’s best black belt competitors at Evolve Ur Game (EUG) 2. Still just a brown belt, Galvao is one of the most hyped prospects in the world. At EUG 2, Galvao defeated Damien Nitkin and Tainan

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EUG 2 Preview: Micael Galvao, Jonatha Alves, Tainan Dalpra, Others to Compete for 10K

Evolve Ur Game Promotions (EUG) is set to return with its second event on Saturday, June 12, featuring an eight-man gi jiu-jitsu tournament with $10,000 on the line. The tournament is stacked with world champions, elite competitors, and some of the most promising young talents in all of jiu-jitsu. The

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Full EUG 170-Pound Tournament Lineup Announced, Featuring Micael Galvao, Jonatha Alves

Just a couple months after the inaugural Evolve Ur Game (EUG) eight-man tournament took place on April 3, the promotion has set the line-up for its second eight-man, $10,000 tournament on June 12. The one-night tournament will feature eight of the best 170-pound gi grapplers in the world. View this

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Watch: Highlights of Andy Murasaki’s $10,000 Black Belt Debut

Andy Murasaki couldn’t have asked for a better black belt debut. Over the weekend at the inaugural Evolved Ur Game (EUG) promotions event, Murasaki won three matches in a stacked 160-pound, eight-man tournament to walk away with a championship belt and a cool $10,000. FloGrappling has released a highlight video

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Tainan Dalpra and Jonnatas Gracie Added to EUG 170-Pound Tournament

Just a few days after its first event, Evolve Ur Game (EUG) promotions has already started to announce competitors for its next event. Jonnatas Gracie and Tainan Dalpra will both participate in the EUG 170-pound tournament scheduled for June 12, the promotion has announced. View this post on Instagram A

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EUG Results and Tournament Recap: Andy Murasaki Wins 10k in Black Belt Debut

On Saturday, April 3, some of the best featherweight and lightweight gi grapplers on the planet competed in the inaugural Evolve Ur Game (EUG) promotions event. The card featured an eight-man, 160-pound tournament with $10,000 in prize money on the line, as well as a handful of high-level superfights. The

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