Tezos WNO Pena vs Rodriguez

How To Watch Felipe Pena Vs. Nick Rodriguez At Tezos WNO

How To Watch Felipe Pena Vs. Nick Rodriguez At Tezos WNO

Nicky Rod is replacing Gordon Ryan in a Tezos WNO match with Felipe Pena. Here’s how to watch the event.

Feb 24, 2023 by Joe Harrington
How To Watch Felipe Pena Vs. Nick Rodriguez At Tezos WNO

The Tezos WNO event on Feb. 25 was thrown for a loop on Thursday when one half of the scheduled main event, Gordon Ryan, dropped out of the anticipated fourth match with Felipe Pena due to health reasons. 

Taking his place is Nick Rodriguez, or Nicky Rod, another rival of Ryan’s

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This isn’t the first time Nick Rodriguez and Felipe Pena have had a match. The two faced off at the 2022 ADCC World Championships. Rodriguez won via points.

Despite the card change, the card is still set for Saturday, Feb. 25 at the Hangar at the OC Fair Grounds in Costa Mesa, Calif. 

How To Watch Nick Rodriguez Vs. Felipe Pena 

Nicky Rod and Felipe Pena’s fourth match will stream live on FloGrappling and the FloSports App. Click here to watch live.

What Other Matches Are On The Felipe Pena Vs. Nicky Rod Card?

In a co-main event, reigning champ Pedro Marinho will face 2022 ADCC world champion Giancarlo Bodoni for the WNO light-heavyweight title. 

The other matches include two-time ADCC world champion JT Torres vs. Magid Hage.

Amanda Bruse will face in Jasmine Rocha in the only women’s match on the card, while Oliver Taza will face Jonnatas Gracie. 

Kieran Kichuk will also face Rene Sousa in the first main card match of the night. 

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