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  1. Looking Back At The Most Controversial Match In WNO History

    Looking Back At The Most Controversial Match In WNO History

    Apr 5, 2021

    PSA: Stop what you’re doing and watch the above highlight video of Ethan Crelinstein and Kade Ruotolo’s first match held back at  FloGrappling WNO: Gordon Ryan vs Kyle Boehm back in April 2020.  

  2. Grappling Bulletin: Andy Murasaki's Black Belt Debut Was Just About Perfect

    Grappling Bulletin: Andy Murasaki's Black Belt Debut Was Just About Perfect

    Apr 5, 2021

    Don't forget to watch the Grappling Bulletin podcast, every Monday at 3:30pm ET. Watch it on FloGrappling.com or the app, or catch it on YouTube or Facebook. 

  3. How to Watch Fight to Win 170, Josh Hinger vs Rafael Formiga Barbosa

    How to Watch Fight to Win 170, Josh Hinger vs Rafael Formiga Barbosa

    Apr 1, 2021

    Fight to Win returns to Dallas for another night of submission-only superfights with a main event featuring two of the best Masters competitors on the scene: Josh Hinger and Rafael 'Formiga' Barbosa will face off in a Masters middleweight title match. 

  4. Craig Jones vs Tye Ruotolo At WNO On April 30th!

    Craig Jones vs Tye Ruotolo At WNO On April 30th!

    Mar 27, 2021

    The premier no-gi superfight show in the world returns on Friday, April 30th, when FloGrappling Who's Number One (WNO) brings you Craig Jones vs Tye Ruotolo. The submission hunter from the Danaher Death Squad will take on the 18 year old phenom from Atos in what is almost guaranteed to be one of the most exciting matches of the year.

  5. EUG To Host Stacked 8-Man Black Belt Invitational, And It's In the Gi

    EUG To Host Stacked 8-Man Black Belt Invitational, And It's In the Gi

    Mar 22, 2021

    EUG Promotions will their debut on April 3 with a professional invite-only jiu-jitsu tournament with a $10,000 cash prize. 

  6. 'I Was Wrong': Regretful Andre Galvao Apologizes To Jiu-Jitsu Community

    'I Was Wrong': Regretful Andre Galvao Apologizes To Jiu-Jitsu Community

    Mar 6, 2021

    Andre Galvao made his first statement since his incident with Gordon Ryan at WNO last Friday. Speaking in an Instagram live stream, Galvao assumed responsibility for the altercation and apologized to the jiu-jitsu community.