Titles Are Earned In Action-Packed Fight To Win 55

Titles Are Earned In Action-Packed Fight To Win 55

An action-packed Fight To Win Pro 55 Denver did not disappoint.

Nov 18, 2017 by Will Safford
Titles Are Earned In Action-Packed Fight To Win 55

The Fight To Win promotion returned to Denver tonight for its 55th submission-only event. The card was full of action and included four title matches that gave the Colorado crowd exactly what they came for. 

The event finished at just under a 50% submission rate, with 14 of the 30 matches ending by tapout. 

In the main event of the evening, black belt Alvin Robinson overcame Nick Marr in a 160-pound No-Gi matchup by unanimous decision. Robinson controlled most of the bout from the top position and stayed relentless in his pursuit of the neck with repeated guillotine and Darce attempts. 

The judges wasted no time in lifting their flags in unison for the Royce Gracie black belt. 

The co-main event featured the Female Brown Belt No-Gi Welterweight Title match. Fight To Win veterans Tara White and Brittney Elkin squared off in a back and forth tussle that quickly riled up the crowd an earned the hearts of everyone in the house. 

After a vicious battle between the two welterweights, Elkin was able to earn the refs' decision and her first title after 10 F2W appearances. 

Catch all of tonight's action right here on FloGrappling soon!