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  1. Grappling Bulletin: The Gordon-Galvao Incident, Where Do We Go From Here?

    Grappling Bulletin: The Gordon-Galvao Incident, Where Do We Go From Here?

    Mar 1, 2021

    Gordon 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? 

  2. Lis Clay Set For First Black Belt Gi Match vs Maria Malyjasiak At F2W 165

    Lis Clay Set For First Black Belt Gi Match vs Maria Malyjasiak At F2W 165

    Feb 22, 2021

    Fight To Win will close out its three-week stint in Dallas with an all-female card. Fight to Win 165 on Saturday, February 27 will be the second ever card featuring women, only; continuing the promotion’s pattern. Fight to Win has scheduled its third all-female event for the third weekend in March in Austin, TX. 

  3. Grappling Bulletin: Felipe Pena Wins Brazil's Biggest Pro Jiu-Jitsu Event

    Grappling Bulletin: Felipe Pena Wins Brazil's Biggest Pro Jiu-Jitsu Event

    Feb 8, 2021

    Felipe Pena cruised to victory at the BJJ Stars Heavyweight Grand Prix but it was a night of surprises and upsets. Find out what you need to know in this week's Grappling Bulletin. Don't forget to watch the live Grappling Bulletin show at 4:30pm CT on the FloGrappling site, app, YouTube channel and Facebook pages. 

  4. Grappling Bulletin: A Landmark Moment For Women's Grappling

    Grappling Bulletin: A Landmark Moment For Women's Grappling

    Feb 1, 2021

    This week marks the start of a new era for Grappling Bulletin. Every Monday morning we will publish a new and improved news and recap article like you’re used to, and at 4:30pm Central Time we’ll debut the first episode of the Grappling Bulletin podcast! You can watch it live on the FloGrappling homepage and app as well as on YouTube and Facebook. 

  5. Fight to Win Makes History With First All-Female Card

    Fight to Win Makes History With First All-Female Card

    Jan 28, 2021

    Fight To Win will close out it’s three weekend stint in Miami with a historic event, the first ever all-female card. Fight To Win 162 will feature more than 40 girls’ and women’s matches, the first of at least three all-female events planned on Fight To Win this year. 

  6. FloGrappling Awards: Results For Best Match, Submission, Grapplers Of 2020

    FloGrappling Awards: Results For Best Match, Submission, Grapplers Of 2020

    Jan 11, 2021

    2020 has come to a close, and the fans have voted for the best moments and athletes of the year. There are hundreds of competitors and thousands of grappling matches every year across an array of formats. Even to be nominated is a major achievement.