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Completed · Oct 23, 2016

FloGrappling to live stream Fight to Win Pro 16

  1. Pro Jiu-Jitsu Mega-Weekend: Copa Podio, Fight To Win, Tokyo Grand Slam

    Pro Jiu-Jitsu Mega-Weekend: Copa Podio, Fight To Win, Tokyo Grand Slam

    Oct 18, 2016

    This weekend promises a trio of absolutely monster events for professional jiu-jitsu: Copa Podio Heavyweight GP, Fight To Win Pro 16, and UAEJJF Tokyo Grand Slam will all be broadcast LIVE on FloGrappling on October 22-23. This means the FloGrappling team will be spread across three continents in order to bring you the very best in bjj coverage. On Saturday, Hywel will be in Sao Paulo for Copa Podio, and Reid is going to Vegas for Fight To Win Pro. On Sunday, Chase will getting lost in Japan for the Grand Slam.
  2. Luiz Panza Out Of Fight To Win 16 Vs Vinny Magalhaes, New Main Event Is...

    Luiz Panza Out Of Fight To Win 16 Vs Vinny Magalhaes, New Main Event Is...

    Oct 18, 2016

    Disappointing news ahead of October 22.'s Fight To Win Pro 16 in Las Vegas. The main event has fallen through with the withdrawal of Luiz Panza due to injury. The Checkmat black belt injured his knee while training for the submission-only no-gi match with Vinny Magalhaes. 
  3. 5 Massive Matchups At Fight To Win Pro 16

    5 Massive Matchups At Fight To Win Pro 16

    Oct 17, 2016

    Fight to Win is continuing to show why they are the premiere professional jiu-jitsu league in the World. They have been steamrolling through 2016 with card after card of high level, crowd pleasing jiu-jitsu. And next weekend's Fight to Win Pro 16 from Las Vegas, Nevada might just be their most stacked card to date. 
  4. Vinny Magalhaes & Luiz Panza Superfight Headlines Fight To Win Pro In Vegas

    Vinny Magalhaes & Luiz Panza Superfight Headlines Fight To Win Pro In Vegas

    Sep 21, 2016

    An explosive no-gi match has been announced for the Fight To Win Pro 16 event in Las Vegas on Oct. 22. Vinny Magalhaes will go head to head with Checkmat's Luiz Panza in a 225-pound black belt match.