Tom DeBlass and Gordon Ryan Headline Fight To Win Pro in New Jersey!

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Two HUGE superfights have been confirmed for Fight To Win Pro's first East Coast event next month. 

The April 8 show in Bayville, New Jersey will see Tom DeBlass headline versus former UFC heavyweight champion and noted black belt grappler Ricco Rodriguez. They will compete in a heavyweight no-gi superfight. 

In the co-main event, Gordon Ryan and Lucas 'Hulk' Barbosa will clash for the Fight To Win Pro light heavyweight no-gi title, and Gianni Grippo will face Osvaldo 'Queixinho' Moizino for the lightweight gi title 

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Both matches will be held under Fight To Win Pro rules: 10-minute matches, submission only (referee's decision if the match goes the distance). 

In addition to the stellar main and co-main events, Kurt Pellegrino will be making his return to grappling action. 

Fight To Win Pro 30
Central Regional High School, Bayville NJ
April 8, 2017 

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