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: Mayssa Bastos Faces Tough Tests at Strawweight

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. View the men’s lightweight preview here,

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WNO Championships: Full 115-Pound Bracket Features Tammi Musumeci, Mayssa Bastos, Grace Gundrum

The blockbuster Who’s Number One Championships scheduled for late September are beginning to take shape. The two-day event will feature five eight-person brackets consisting of the best no-gi grapplers in the world. FloGrappling has announced the full bracket for the women’s 115-pound division; view that bracket below. View this post

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Grace Gundrum submits 3X world champ, Pati Fontes. (Play-By-Play)

Grace Gundrum continues to impress after her Submission Of The Night win over 3X world champ Pati Fontes tonight (Oct 23) at Fight 2 Win 155. Gundrum dominated the match from the beginning and proved she deserves to be on the same stage as the best in the sport. She

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Grace Gundrum on F2W 155: “Competing as a black belt will definitely add pressure.”

18 year old Grace Gundrum will have to put her school work aside on October 23rd, when she steps onto the stage to grapple 2X world champ, Pati Fontes. “Since this is my first time competing as a black belt,” Gundrum said, “I’m hoping to at least give her a

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Jake Watson: “I believe Lovato and I have plans to excite.”

22 year old Jake Watson has a shot at beating a Jiu Jitsu legend on October 23rd when he meets Rafael Lovato Jr. at Fight 2 Win 155. Watson is 15 years younger than Lovato, but is no stranger to competing at a high level. Since earning his black belt

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