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The B-Team is an Austin, TX-based collective which comprises Craig Jones, Nicky Ryan, Nick Rodriguez, Ethan Crelinsten and others.

  1. The Competitors Confirmed For ADCC 2022 World Championship

    The Competitors Confirmed For ADCC 2022 World Championship

    Jan 26, 2022

    We will keep this list updated as further names qualify or are invited to the 2022 ADCC World Championships.
  2. Leg Lock Trends At Tezos WNO | Ruotolo's Kneebar Was His Fastest Sub Yet

    Leg Lock Trends At Tezos WNO | Ruotolo's Kneebar Was His Fastest Sub Yet

    Jan 25, 2022

    Leglocks, like all submissions, are an important component of Tezos WNO. They have counted for a large portion of the match ending moves on the WNO mats, and many athletes have relied heavily — or repeatedly fallen victim to — lower body submissions.
  3. Live Updates & Results | Tezos WNO: Craig Jones vs Pedro Marinho

    Live Updates & Results | Tezos WNO: Craig Jones vs Pedro Marinho

    Jan 22, 2022

    Two more WNO champions will be crowned tonight at Tezos WNO: Criag Jones vs Pedro Marinho. In the main event, Craig Jones (4-1) will try for his fourth submission victory on WNO as he fights to become WNO's first light heavyweight champion. He'll face Pedro Marinho, an IBJJF No-Gi World Champion making his WNO debut in the title shot.
  4. Grappling Bulletin: Jiu-Jitsu Fighters Poised To Take Over MMA in 2022

    Grappling Bulletin: Jiu-Jitsu Fighters Poised To Take Over MMA in 2022

    Jan 17, 2022

    Jiu-jitsu has always played a vital role both in and out of the ring, providing athletes with a path to glory and financial reward, while reminding the world that the most sophisticated grappling art is an indispensable part of any fighter’s arsenal.
  5. Updated | How To Bet On WNO: Craig Jones vs Pedro Marinho

    Updated | How To Bet On WNO: Craig Jones vs Pedro Marinho

    Jan 14, 2022

    Online betting sites such as BetOnline and BetDSI will soon release money lines for WNO: Craig Jones vs Pedro Marinho. The January 21 card is scheduled to feature six main card bouts as well as three undercard matchups. There are money lines for each, including straight up bets and juicy props. Check out the favorites, underdogs, over/unders, and more below.
  6. Mikey Musumeci To Defend Belt Against Estevan Martinez As Late Replacement

    Mikey Musumeci To Defend Belt Against Estevan Martinez As Late Replacement

    Jan 13, 2022

    With Jon Calestine out of WNO, his opponent Estevan Martinez will be promoted to a title shot. The reigning WNO Bantamweight Champion, Mikey Musumeci, has stepped up on short notice to replace Calestine against Martinez, and will put his title on the line against the Giant Slayer.
  7. How Pedro Marinho's 2021 Surge Earned Him A WNO Title Shot vs Craig Jones

    How Pedro Marinho's 2021 Surge Earned Him A WNO Title Shot vs Craig Jones

    Jan 12, 2022

    Pedro Marinho was just a purple belt in 2019 the first time he faced Craig Jones at Kasai 5. The rising star from Gracie Barra took Jones to a draw in the April event in New York, part of the eight-man 205 lb tournament.
  8. Legends Predict: Tye Ruotolo vs Levi Jones-Leary

    Legends Predict: Tye Ruotolo vs Levi Jones-Leary

    Jan 11, 2022

    Who's Number One (WNO) returns for 2022 with WNO: Craig Jones vs Pedro Marinho. It's a stacked card, starting at 7:00 et with the prelims free on our Facebook and Youtube accounts.
  9. Grappling Bulletin: 2022 Is The Year of ADCC

    Grappling Bulletin: 2022 Is The Year of ADCC

    Jan 10, 2022

    2022 promises to be one of the most exciting years in grappling history. We can expect the return of the IBJJF season, with major events in Europe, South America and the USA. WNO will continue to host high-level no-gi grappling events that feature the most exciting competitors in compelling matches.
  10. 7 Stories You Need To Follow Ahead Of ADCC 2022

    7 Stories You Need To Follow Ahead Of ADCC 2022

    Jan 7, 2022

    The 2022 Jiu-Jitsu season will soon erupt into full swing. A year that’s sure to be packed with twists and turns, upsets and breakthrough moments, 2022 is bound to be unpredictable.
  11. Buy Your Craig Jones Seminar And WNO Tickets Here!

    Buy Your Craig Jones Seminar And WNO Tickets Here!

    Jan 4, 2022

    Who's Number One (WNO) returns on January 21st, this time in Dallas and with two title belts on the line. Here is the schedule:
  12. Grappling Bulletin: 2021, A Year of Jiu-Jitsu & Grappling in Review

    Grappling Bulletin: 2021, A Year of Jiu-Jitsu & Grappling in Review

    Jan 4, 2022

    The return of Worlds, the growth of WNO, and the emergence of a new generation of champion grapplers– just a handful of the high points of a rollercoaster 12-month period that rarely took its foot off the gas pedal. Of course, there were also less positive happenings; confrontations, team splits, and more.
  13. Three Free Prelims Kick Off WNO: Craig Jones vs Pedro Marinho On January 21

    Three Free Prelims Kick Off WNO: Craig Jones vs Pedro Marinho On January 21

    Jan 2, 2022

    Three free preliminary matches will start the show on Friday, January 21 for WNO: Craig Jones vs Pedro Marinho.  Those matches will be streamed for free on YouTube and Facebook.
  14. "Giant Slayer" Estevan Martinez vs Jon Calestine Coming To WNO On Jan 21

    "Giant Slayer" Estevan Martinez vs Jon Calestine Coming To WNO On Jan 21

    Jan 1, 2022

    Martinez had a breakout year in 2021, earning a status as a fan favorite for his high-paced, wild style of wrestling and passing, and his unique submission attempts with which he won No-Gi Pans and No-Gi Worlds. Martinez finished his 2021 season with a 72% submission rate in no-gi matches, including three in his three matches at No-Gi Worlds, and two more submissions at the ADCC North American Trials.
  15. Jacob Couch Will Make WNO Return To Face David Garmo On January 21

    Jacob Couch Will Make WNO Return To Face David Garmo On January 21

    Dec 31, 2021

    **Update David Garmo has filled in for his teammate Haisam Rida, who had to pull out of the match. Garmo will be making his second appearance on WNO, after losing to Couch's teammate, Andrew Wiltse, last year. Garmo and Couch have equally aggressive styles, which can sometimes border on reckless. That should provide a treat for grappling fans, as Garmo won't shy away from spamming guillotines and kneebars. This match is very likely to end in submission.