Fight 2 Win is going back to the jiu-jitsu hotbed that is Arizona for its 93rd event. We'll see representatives from Gustavo Dantas' academy, Alliance, Ares, and the main event features lapel-guard Master Osvaldo 'Queixinho' Moizinho vs local star and former SOTN winner Josh Rodriguez.
Josh Rodriguez (GDBJJ) vs Osvaldo Queixinho Moizinho (Ares) - Featherweight Black Belt Masters Title
Osvaldo ‘Queixinho’ Moizinho holds a bevy of titles – he’s a 4x American National champion, 4x No-Gi World Champion, and IBJJF Pro League Champion – among many other top placements – and this weekend the Ares Jiu-Jitsu leader is looking to add one more title to his mantle – the F2W Masters Black Belt Featherweight Champion.
Queixinho has one of the most versatile guards in the game, and his crafty omoplata attacks have been the end of many medal hopefuls tournament runs.
Standing across from Queixinho is Josh Rodriguez is a black belt under Gustavo Dantas and is currently 3-0 on the F2W circuit. A form submission of the night Winner at Fight 2 Win, Rodriguez is equally comfortable in and out of the gi and another highly skilled lapel guard player.
Josh Rodriguez SOTN – F2W 12
Jake Watson (Maracaba BJJ) vs Roberto Jimenez (Alliance) - Co-Main Event Brown Belt Middle Weight Gi Title
In case you haven’t been paying attention, Roberto Jimenez is one of the most exciting brown belt prospects on the planet. Fresh off of a bronze medal performance at ADCC trials last weekend, Jimenez is jumping back into the gi to take on Arizona stand out andJake Watson for the brown belt middleweight gi title.
Roberto Jimenez vs Adam Bradley – ADCC 2018 East Coast Trials
Meanwhile, 20-year-old Jake Watson is easily one of the most thrilling and adventurous brown belts competing today. The Maracaba BJJ athelte has podium finishes at countless major events including Pans, Worlds, and of course, Fight 2 Win, and has a finishing style that throws caution to the wind in chase of the submission.