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Nathiely De Jesus is a multiple-time gi and no-gi black belt world champion from Embu das Artes, Brazil.

  1. Grappling Bulletin: Gordon Ryan Doesn't See The Future, He Makes It Happen

    Grappling Bulletin: Gordon Ryan Doesn't See The Future, He Makes It Happen

    Mar 29, 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. 
  2. Official FloGrappling Predictions: Fight To Win 168

    Official FloGrappling Predictions: Fight To Win 168

    Mar 27, 2021

    Fight to Win will Return to Austin, TX for the third installment of the all-female grappling card. In the main event, Nathiely De Jesus will take on Kendall Reusing in a gi matchup. Earlier in the night, Luiza Monteiro will face Vedha Toscano, and Maria Malyjasiak will take on Hannette Staack.
  3. How to Watch Fight to Win 168: Nathiely de Jesus vs Kendall Reusing

    How to Watch Fight to Win 168: Nathiely de Jesus vs Kendall Reusing

    Mar 19, 2021

    Here's how to watch Fight to Win 168 on FloGrappling.
  4. Grappling Bulletin: The First Heel Hook in IBJJF History

    Grappling Bulletin: The First Heel Hook in IBJJF History

    Mar 8, 2021

    The long-anticipated debut of heel hooks in the IBJJF no-gi format has finally arrived. The Dallas No-Gi Open went down on Sunday, March 7. It was a historic event as the first tournament in the history of the IBJJF to allow heel hooks for adult brown and black belts. 
  5. Four Major Takeaways From WNO: Craig Jones vs Ronaldo Junior

    Four Major Takeaways From WNO: Craig Jones vs Ronaldo Junior

    Mar 1, 2021

    The backstage events at Who's Number One: Craig Jones vs Ronaldo Junior, may have momentarily overshadowed some of the outstanding performances of the event.
  6. Full Recap & Results | Who's Number One: Craig Jones vs Ronaldo Junior

    Full Recap & Results | Who's Number One: Craig Jones vs Ronaldo Junior

    Feb 27, 2021

    The 2021 season of Who’s Number One is underway, as WNO: Craig Jones vs Ronaldo Junior is almost underway.
  7. WNO: Craig Jones vs Ronaldo Junior Official Event Preview

    WNO: Craig Jones vs Ronaldo Junior Official Event Preview

    Feb 17, 2021

    Who's Number One (WNO) is back with another stacked card on February 26th, with WNO: Craig Jones vs Ronaldo Junior. The action will kick off at 8:00 ET, with two free prelim matches streamed on the FloSports app, Facebook and Youtube. WNO always brings together the best no-gi talent in the world, and this event is no exception.
  8. Nathiely De Jesus Has A Roadmap To Beat Gabi Garica, But Will It Be Enough?

    Nathiely De Jesus Has A Roadmap To Beat Gabi Garica, But Will It Be Enough?

    Feb 10, 2021

    Gabi Garcia is one of the most dominant jiu-jitsu competitors of all time. She’s a four-time ADCC champion and a multiple-time IBJJF world champion. She had a five-year undefeated streak from 2010 to 2015, and she has only three losses on her record in the five years since.
  9. 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. 
  10. Gabi Garcia Is Looking For Revenge Against Nathiely At WNO On Feb 26th!

    Gabi Garcia Is Looking For Revenge Against Nathiely At WNO On Feb 26th!

    Jan 30, 2021

    Who's Number One (WNO) returns on February 26th, for WNO: Craig Jones vs Ronaldo Junior! We've already announced the main and co main events, but we have a great one for you to announce now as well. Four-time ADCC champion Gabi Garcia will be looking for revenge against Nathiely de Jesus, who could become the first woman to defeat Gabi in both gi and no-gi competition. 
  11. 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. 
  12. Jon Blank Submits Ribamar To Claim F2W Middleweight Title

    Jon Blank Submits Ribamar To Claim F2W Middleweight Title

    Oct 18, 2020

    Fight To Win resumed operations in Philadelphia tonight and had three black belt titles on the line! The marquee matches of the evening lived up their lofty expectations, each one ending in spectacular fashion.
  13. Official FloGrappling Predictions: F2W 154

    Official FloGrappling Predictions: F2W 154

    Oct 16, 2020

    After a two week hiatus, Fight to Win is back. The biggest party in grappling is returning to Philadelphia for Fight to Win 154, which will feature three black belt title fights.
  14. Ribamar Makes Long Awaited Return To No-Gi vs Thor At Fight To Win 154

    Ribamar Makes Long Awaited Return To No-Gi vs Thor At Fight To Win 154

    Oct 13, 2020

    After a two week hiatus, Fight to Win is back. The biggest party in grappling is returning to Philadelphia for Fight to Win 154, which will feature three black belt title fights. In the main event, Jon “Thor” Blank returns to competition for the first time in the COVID season to take on Manuel Ribamar. In the co-main event, Junny Ocasio will defend his bantamweight title against Jose Carlos Lima. And Maria Malyjasiak will try to dethrone Nathiely de Jesus.
  15. How To Watch: Fight To Win 154

    How To Watch: Fight To Win 154

    Oct 12, 2020

    Fight to Win continue their submission-only superfight shows and will arrive in Philadelphia.