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Daisy Fresh's Andrew Wiltse Will Face Neck Hunter David Garmo On April 30

Daisy Fresh's Andrew Wiltse Will Face Neck Hunter David Garmo On April 30

Two of the most exciting middleweights will face off on FloGrappling’s Who’s Number One: Craig Jones vs Tye Ruotolo on April 30.

Apr 3, 2021 by Corey Stockton
Daisy Fresh's Andrew Wiltse Will Face Neck Hunter David Garmo On April 30

Two of the most exciting middleweights will face off in the first main card match on FloGrappling’s Who’s Number One: Craig Jones vs Tye Ruotolo on April 30.

Pedigo Submission Fighting’s Andrew Wiltse will return to the WNO mats, looking to build on his four-match winning streak against Detroit Jiu-Jitsu’s David Garmo

Wiltse is a 2020 No-Gi Pans champ with a high position in the rankings. Garmo has been making waves in the middleweight class, particularly in the IBJJF setting, and could use this opportunity to earn his spot in the charts.

This will be Wiltse’s second appearance on WNO. Wiltse, the no.6-ranked middleweight, made his debut on the WNO mats in February against PJ Barch. The match was something of a nonstarter; neither competitor mustered much offense in the 15-minute match. But Wiltse created the little action that happened, and that gave him the edge in the eyes of the judges.

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But that was a rare performance from Wiltse, who is often at his best when his opponents attack him. And Garmo will certainly meet that condition.

Garmo, currently unranked, is a finisher. He has an 80% submission rate on his victories, and an overwhelming percentage of them have come via kneebar. But he’s best known for his guillotine. He uses it from top and bottom; he uses it to pass and to sweep; he uses it to set up darces and back attacks. 

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Garmo will put it all out there to try and get the submission, and that will give Wiltse the room to open up. This match is unlikely to go the full 15 minutes.

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As always, there will be both a press conference the day before and two prelim matches at the start of the event that stream free on the FloGrappling Facebook and YouTube channels. This event will have six matches on the main card instead of the usual five, and all matches will be 15 minutes in length and under WNO rules.