Fight to Win 143

Fight To Win 143 Recap: Victor Hugo Submits Felipe Andrew

Fight To Win 143 Recap: Victor Hugo Submits Felipe Andrew

After submitting Felipe Andrew within the first two minutes, now we are wondering, who should Victor take on next?

Jun 13, 2020 by Ryan Smith
Fight To Win 143 Recap: Victor Hugo Submits Felipe Andrew
Fight 2 Win delivered another incredible card and the main event definitely did not disappoint at the event in Dallas, Texas.

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Fight 2 Win delivered another incredible card and the main event definitely did not disappoint at the event in Dallas, Texas.

During the past six months, both Felipe Andrew and Victor Hugo have overthrown some of the most prestigious competitors in the game. We finally got to see these two battle it out and fans were treated to a quick submission victory. 

Read on and find out how the action played out. You can watch the full archives here.


Victor Hugo Submits Felipe Andrew via Triangle

What a match! Victor Hugo wasted no time and started this match by threatening the omoplata and using it to sweep Felipe. While trying to come on top, Felipe regained guard. Victor jumped on the arm mid-transition luck with an armbar submission and locked it on. 

As Felipe struggled to defend, Victor made the adjustments and secured a tight triangle. One minute 40 seconds into the match, Victor Hugo gets the tap and becomes the Fight To Win super heavyweight champion! There's a bright future ahead for Victor Hugo; listen to what he had to say after his victory.

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Nathiely de Jesus defeats Ana Carolina via Decision

This matchup could have gone either direction but ultimately Nathiely got the victory tonight. Both of these ladies are highly decorated veterans of the game and showed great respect for their opponent. They were neck and neck as they battled for the submission, Ana Carolina held onto a kneebar and Nathiely answered with a straight ankle lock attempt. In the end, the time ran out but Nathiely was declared the winner via split decision. 


Elizabeth Clay Defeats Kendall Reusing via Decision

These two have been representing the next generation of female jiu-jitsu and made an incredible matchup. Although Elizabeth is still a brown belt, she came out strong and got the decision victory over Kendall. In the end, these two won "Fight of the Night" for their performance — let's break down the action.

Liz played this match smart, quickly pulling guard and avoiding Resuing's strong takedowns. She demonstrated how effective her guard retention is, almost effortlessly recovering after getting passed. Throughout the match, both ladies had submission attempts but could not find success. As the clock ran out both girls had their opponent wrapped up in a toe hold grip. Excellent performance and hopefully we see these two match up again soon.