JT Torres, Yoshida, & Woodmansee To Take The Stage At F2W 90

We've got excellent news: You get to watch JT Torres in action this weekend.  

Plus Baret Yoshida. And Kristian Woodmansee. Yes, with two black belt titles on the line Fight 2 Win 90 is going to be a most excellent affair. 

Watch F2W 90 LIVE Oct. 19, 5:30 PM EST LIVE On FloGrappling

JT Torres (Essential BJJ) vs Dylan Royce (Precision Jiu Jitsu) - Welterweight Gi title

We’re freaking pumped for this one. JT Torres returns to the F2W stage and will be competing in the gi! He’s taking on the 6-0 and three-time submission of the night winner Dylan Royce for the welterweight gi title. F2W CEO Seth Daniels has said that "this what Fight 2 win is all about – get a chance to face a legend, and if you beat them, become one yourself!"

We expect Torres' impeccable technique to be full display, but the wild card factor and Fight 2 Win ruleset have managed to surprise us more than once.  

Kristian Woodmansee (Roots) vs Baret Yoshida (Baret Submissions) - Bantamweight No-gI title

We’re always eager to watch Baret Yoshida in action, and this weekend he'll take on the Andre Galvao black belt Kristian Woodmansee. Operating out of Philly, Woodmansee has steadily been building up his academy, Roots jiu-jitsu, and established the gym as a growing base for high-level jiu-jitsu on the East Coast.  

New fans should know that Baret Yoshida is a legend – two-time ADCC silver medalist and crucifix expert (the man simply gets the position from anywhere) – Yoshida has been fighting at the elite level for over twenty years. Woodmansee's game could be described as open-ended and opportunistic; he has a well-honed DLR and R-DLR guard, and excellent passing skills to boot.  

There's no clear advantage for either athlete in this match and we expect a high-volume, submission-heavy bout to play out.

Baret Yoshida Defends His Fight To Win Title Tonight!

Submissions (Good) & Stalling (Bad) Define Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Rio Finals

The finals of the men's black belt and women's brown-black belt divisions were a mixed bag of impressive submissions and interminable stalling.

Yuri Simoes Beats Tim Spriggs At Fight 2 Win 94

It was a clash of two titans at Fight 2 Win 94 in Richmond, CA this evening as Yuri Simoes faced Tim Spriggs in a 10-minute sub-only match. 

How The Finals Were Set: Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Rio Black Belts Recap

Here are the finalists for each weight class of the adult black belt division, both for men and women.

Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Rio Black Belt Finals Viewing Guide

ADGS Rio: Hywel & Riccardo Recap Black Belt Action and Discuss Finals

Here is a rundown of all the black belt finals that will take place on Sunday November 18 at the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Rio de Janeiro. 

Bahiense & Ramalho To Meet in Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Rio 85kg Final

ADGS Rio: Hywel & Riccardo Recap Black Belt Action and Discuss Finals

The ultra-competitive 85kg division final is set for November 18. at the Abu Dhabi Rio de Janeiro Grand Slam. 

ADWJJT Grand Slam Rio Day One Recap

ADGS Rio: Day 1 Highlights

The first day of action at the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Rio saw adult & masters purple belts take over the Arena Carioca 1 with a thrilling day of jiu-jitsu.

Your Complete Guide to The Women's Brown-Black Belts Divisions at ADGS Rio

Mayssa Bastos (GFTeam) and Gabrieli Pessanha (Infight) are currently tied for second place in the UAEJJF women’s brown/black belt rankings with 400 points after both taking gold at the Grand Slams in Tokyo and Los Angeles. With first place Larissa Paes not registered for Rio, both women have a shot at taking over the top spot in the UAEJJF.

The Gigantic 77kg Division Is The Most Difficult at ADGS Rio, Who Will Win?

The largest black belt bracket for Rio is at 77 kg, with 31 registered athletes.

ADGS Rio: No Clear Favorite in Insanely Deep 69kg Division

The 69 kg bracket is an insanely deep 24 competitor bracket with no clear favorite. Included in the division are Rafael Mansur (NS Brotherhood), Alexssandro Sodre (Clube Feijao), Joao Mendes (Atos), Isaque Paiva (Saikoo), Alexandre Vieira (BTT), Richar Nogueira (Cicero Costha), Victor Moraes (Cicero Costha) and Yago Rodrigues (CTMR).

Everything You Need To Know About The Hague Judo Grand Prix 2018

The Netherlands, the first country other than Japan to claim a world judo title, adds a new chapter to its place in the sport’s history with the second edition of The Hague Grand Prix this weekend at the Sportcampus Zuiderpark from Friday 16 to Sunday 18 November.