David Garmo is a Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt from Detroit, Michigan. Born on February 19, 1990, Garmo received his black belt from Danny Agemy and runs his own team, Assembly Jiu-Jitsu. Known primarily as a no-gi competitor, he is a veteran of events such as Fight to Win, Quintet, Onnit Invitational and more.
Andrew Wiltse Could Find Three Rematches In Try For Second No-Gi Pans Gold
May 11, 2021Andrew Wiltse had a relatively seamless ascent to his first black belt title, earning No-Gi Pans gold in 2020, winning his first two matches by points before winning a third via penalty. He didn’t give up a point in three matches, but the returning champ is unlikely to have such an easy route to the top in the medium heavyweight bracket in this go-around.
Play-By-Play & Results | WNO: Rafael Lovato Jr. vs Gilbert Burns
Apr 30, 2021Who's Number One is back with yet another stacked card. In the main event, two MMA veterans and jiu-jitsu world champions will square off in a grappling matchup. Rafael Lovato Jr. has kept himself active in jiu-jitsu since stepping away from his Bellator title. Tonight, he'll look to keep it going against the UFC's no.1 welterweight contender, Gilbert "Durinho" Burns in a 15-minute no-gi match.
Betting Lines | Standout Underdogs In Who's Number One: Lovato Jr. vs Burns
Apr 26, 2021The online betting site F2Wbet has released money lines for Who’s Number One: Rafael Lovato Jr. vs Gilbert Burns.
Grappling Bulletin: Andy Murasaki's Black Belt Debut Was Just About Perfect
Apr 5, 2021Don'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.
Daisy Fresh's Andrew Wiltse Will Face Neck Hunter David Garmo On April 30
Apr 3, 2021Two 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.
Grappling Bulletin: The Gordon-Galvao Incident, Where Do We Go From Here?
Mar 1, 2021Gordon Ryan and Andre Galvao got physical backstage at WNO and the slap was heard around the world. The real question is where do we go from here?