WNO Championships Preview: Will Mikey Musumeci’s Dominance Continue at Lightweight?

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. One of the biggest

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Fight To Win 181 Results and Highlights: Gabriel Sousa beats Lucas Pinheiro in Fun Match

Fight To Win 181 took place on Saturday, August 14, in Sacramento, CA. In the main event, ZR Team’s Gabriel Sousa extended his current Fight To Win win streak to three with a decision over Atos’ Lucas Pinheiro. And lower on the card, Fellipe Andrew continued his impressive 2021 run

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Taking Shape: The Emerald City Invitational Is Loaded with Elite Competitors

The Emerald City Invitational submission-only jiu-jitsu tournament is quietly becoming one of the best competitions of the year. On Saturday, August 7, the promotion will hold a 145-pound tournament with $10,000 on the line, and the field already features a number of the sport’s top competitors. Check out the current

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Ethan Crelinsten to Face Gabriel Sousa at Fight to Win 175

Saturday’s Fight to Win 175 event is rapidly taking shape, with a high-level match-up between Ethan Crelinsten and Gabriel Sousa scheduled for the main event. The match was announced via the promotion’s Instagram page. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Fight To Win BJJ (@f2wbjj) A representative

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Fight to Win 161 Results: Cyborg Decisions Spriggs, Tex Johnson’s Reverse Armbar

Fight to Win 161 took place live from Miami, FL on January 22, 2021. In the no-gi main event, Roberto “Cyborg” Abreu earned a unanimous decision win over Tim Spriggs in front of Cyborg’s adopted hometown crowd. The card also saw Diego “Pato” Oliveira secure a razor-close decision win over

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IBJJF No Gi Pans Results Recap

The IBJJF No Gi Pans went down this past week, from Nov. 18 to 22. The event was somewhat of a closing statement for No Gi competitions from the IBJJF this year. There are no major events scheduled past Pans. Divisions were all over the place, as we mentioned in

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