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  1. Grappling Bulletin: Why Craig Jones Is Now The Guy To Beat in No-Gi

    Grappling Bulletin: Why Craig Jones Is Now The Guy To Beat in No-Gi

    Jun 21, 2021

    Less confrontational and more human on the mat than his teammate Gordon Ryan, Craig Jones has relished his role as “second place in everything”. Undefeated on WNO with four straight wins, he’s no longer the other guy– Jones has proved time and time again that he is the man to beat, and his match with Tye Ruotolo reaffirmed that.
  2. Tex Johnson & Lucas "Hulk" Barbosa Headline Fight to Win 174

    Tex Johnson & Lucas "Hulk" Barbosa Headline Fight to Win 174

    Apr 1, 2021

    Fight to Win is set to return to Atlanta on Friday, June 18, for another night of grappling superfights. In the main event, multiple-time no-gi world champion Lucas "Hulk" Barbosa will take on Aaron Tex Johnson in a battle of the heavyweights.
  3. The Best Of American Jiu-Jitsu: Every American IBJJF & ADCC World Champion

    The Best Of American Jiu-Jitsu: Every American IBJJF & ADCC World Champion

    Dec 28, 2020

    Whether or not you believe in “American Jiu-Jitsu” exists separate from “Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu,” several individual Americans have made their marks on the world of submission grappling. If in no other way, Americans have at least impacted the history books.
  4. 2020 IBJJF Pans Watch Guide: Must-See Early Round Matchups

    2020 IBJJF Pans Watch Guide: Must-See Early Round Matchups

    Oct 7, 2020

    The long-anticipated IBJJF Pan Championships will soon be underway. Hundreds of black belts are registered for these brackets, so there’s no telling who we’ll see in the finals. While there are many exciting potential matchups that may or may not line up, there are several guaranteed first-round pairings — and some likely second-round matches — that we can’t wait to see.
  5. Early Look: IBJJF 2020 Pan Championships

    Early Look: IBJJF 2020 Pan Championships

    Feb 18, 2020

    The IBJJF Pan Championships stand as one of the high points of the gi season – competitors have shaken off the cobwebs from the early months of the year and are typically in peak physical and mental condition.