1. 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. 

  2. Vagner Rocha Takes On Two-Time ADCC Champ Yuri Simoes at Fight to Win 164

    Vagner Rocha Takes On Two-Time ADCC Champ Yuri Simoes at Fight to Win 164

    Feb 17, 2021

    Fight to Win will see two no-gi grappling titans face off on Friday, February 19, 2021 as Vagner Rocha moves up in weight to take on two-time ADCC champion Yuri Simoes in the main event of Fight to Win 164. 

  3. Kennedy Maciel To Face Diego Pato in Title Defense at Fight to Win 163

    Kennedy Maciel To Face Diego Pato in Title Defense at Fight to Win 163

    Feb 10, 2021

    The biggest party in grappling will kick off a three-week visit to Dallas on Saturday, February 13 with Fight To Win 163, featuring three high-profile matches, including a gi featherweight title fight. Diego “Pato” Oliveira will try to take Kennedy Maciel’s title in the main event. Before that, brown belt submission hunter Pedro Marinho will face Matheus Luna, and Aaron Tex Johnson will take on Max Gimenis.

  4. How to Watch Grappling Bulletin Podcast on FloGrappling

    How to Watch Grappling Bulletin Podcast on FloGrappling

    Jan 28, 2021

    Every Monday on FloGrappling the Grappling Bulletin podcast will cover the biggest news, results and happenings in the world of jiu-jitsu. 

  5. How to Watch WNO: Craig Jones vs Ronaldo Junior, Feb 26

    How to Watch WNO: Craig Jones vs Ronaldo Junior, Feb 26

    Jan 28, 2021

    Who's Number One returns and Craig Jones will face Ronaldo Junior in the main event. Here's how to watch it live or on demand. 

  6. 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.