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Pro Jiu-Jitsu Event Donating All Profits To Texan Hurricane Relief

Pro Jiu-Jitsu Event Donating All Profits To Texan Hurricane Relief
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Fight To Win Pro is making its return on Saturday after a brief hiatus, and the San Antonio card is going to stand out by being the first event of the promotion's "Submit Harvey" series.

Fight To Win Pro owner Seth Daniels has stated that all of the profits from Saturday's Fight To Win Pro 46 and the Texas Open in San Antonio and next Friday's F2W Pro 47 in Houston are being donated to members of the BJJ community who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey. To kick things off, F2W Pro 46 is headlined by multiple-time Pan American and Brazilian National champion Rodrigo Pinheiro and No-Gi Pan American champion Diego Gamonal.

Read more: Fight To Win Pro Pledges Future Profits To Hurricane Harvey Aid

Pinheiro's last F2W Pro appearance ended in a decision-based loss against local star Vinicius Agudo in the main event of F2W Pro 15. He is looking to make his comeback in the promotion against Gamonal, who's also a F2W Pro veteran and won his match at F2W Pro 15 against Tony Erard. Gamonal also headlined Fight To Win Pro 6 against Rafael Lovato Jr.

Young BJJ prodigy Cole Abate is competing on the card as well, and FloGrappling's own Reid Connell and Chase Smith are making their Fight To Win Pro debuts.

Make sure you're watching when Fight to Win Pro 46 streams live on FloGrappling starting at 6 PM Central time on Saturday, September 9!

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