Who’s Number One Results and Highlights: Ruotolo Brothers Impress

On Friday, April 30, Who’s Number One (WNO) returned with a card from Austin, TX. In the main event, former UFC title challenger Gilbert Burns defeated former Bellator champion Rafael Lovato Jr. by decision. In other action, Atos representatives Tye and Kade Ruotolo impressed in victories over William Tackett and

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WNO: Lovato vs. Burns Preview, Full Card Line-Up and Betting Odds

The next Who’s Number One (WNO) event is set to go down on April 30, 2021. In the main event, jiu-jitsu world champions Rafael Lovato, Jr. and Gilbert Burns will square off, and in the co-main event, teenage grappling phenoms William Tackett and Tye Ruotolo will do battle. Check out

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Fight to Win 166 Results: Rafael Lovato Jr. and William Tackett Earn Submission Wins

On Saturday, Fight to Win returned to action with another evening of submission-only grappling. In the main event of Fight to Win 166, jiu-jitsu legend Rafael Lovato Jr. defeated Gabriel Almeida by submission, and in the co-main event, young grappling phenom William Tackett secured a quick heel hook finish of

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Fight to Win 166 Full Card Lineup and Betting Odds

On Saturday, March 13, Fight to Win returns to action with one of its better offerings so far this year. In the main event of Fight to Win 166, American grappling legend and former Bellator MMA champion Rafael Lovato, Jr. will face Gabriel Almeida. And in the evening’s co-main event,

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Video: Watch the Craziest Arm Bars in Bellator MMA History

A warning: this video isn’t for the queasy. Bellator MMA has recently released a video compilation of the best and craziest arm bar finishes in the promotion’s history. Check out the video below for eight minutes of elbow-snapping fun and some beautiful jiu-jitsu. Grappling and MMA fans will likely recognize

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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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