Tye Ruotolo is a Brazilian jiu-jitsu competitor from California. He is the current WNO champion in two divisions, holding both the 170lb and 185lb title belts. Born on January 22, 2003, Ruotolo trains out of San Diego, CA under coach Andre Galvao and represents the Atos team. He is the twin brother of Kade Ruotolo.
The Official Competitor List: Who's In For ADCC 2022 World Championship
Jun 30, 2022We will keep this list updated as further names qualify or are invited to the 2022 ADCC World Championships.
Record Breakers & History Makers | Records Broken At The 2022 IBJJF Worlds
Jun 16, 2022This year's IBJJF World Championships was one of the most highly anticipated of all time. And it delivered, with amazing matchups, budding rivalries, and hours of great jiu-jitsu. In retrospect, it was also a historic year for the event. The 26th edition of IBJJF Worlds saw records broken and history made across the black belt divisions. Here are some of the most notable superlatives now in the history books.
The Best of the Rest: New Wave of Athletes Make Impact At Worlds
Jun 9, 2022With the whirlwind that was the IBJJF 2022 World Championships slowly winding down, it’s now the perfect time to review some standout performances that saw competitors make serious impact's on their respective divisions without taking gold. Let's dive in and review these six competitors' campaigns at the Pyramidw\.
The Rivalry Between Mica Galvao and Tye Ruotolo is Far From Over
Jun 6, 2022It was a long shot but the one black belt final everybody had hoped to see went down at the 2022 IBJJF World Championships. One of the most competitive and uncertain lightweight line-ups of all time, there was no guarantee Tye Ruotolo and Mica Galvao would both make it out of their sides of the bracket for a showdown in the final.
Live Updates & Results | 2022 IBJJF World Championships Finals
Jun 5, 2022The semifinal matchups have been drawn, and the athletes are ready to take their shot for the top of the IBJJF World podium. Follow along with us here as the best gi competitors in the world try to climb to the no.1 spot.
Tye & Mica On A Collision Course, Meregali In Absolute Final | Worlds 2022
Jun 5, 2022The first day of black belt competition at the 2022 IBJJF World Championships is wrapped up, and the final rounds of each division are set. This year, the brackets were whittled down to the final four men and the final two women in each division, meaning we now know which athletes will take the podium. All that is left is to decide who takes which medal.
Yes-Gi! The ADCC Competitors in Action at IBJJF Worlds
Jun 2, 2022The worlds of gi and no-gi will collide at the IBJJF World Championships in Long Beach, California.
The Ultimate Guide: The 2022 IBJJF World Championships Black Belt Divisions
May 31, 2022The most anticipated gi tournament of the year returns to the iconic Walter Pyramid in just a few days time, and it is no exaggeration to say that this is one of the most competitive editions of the tournament in its rich 25-year history.
23 Rookies To Keep Your Eye On To At The 2022 IBJJF World Championships
May 27, 2022There are nearly two dozen first year black belts registered for the 2022 IBJJF World Championship. This year's will be one of the most stacked Worlds in recent memory, but the rookies should not be counted out. In some divisions, they may even be the favorites to win the whole thing.
Tye Ruotolo vs Mica Galvao at IBJJF Worlds is a Real Possibility
May 26, 2022One of the best burgeoning rivalries could continue with a fascinating new instalment at the upcoming IBJJF 2022 world Championships.
7 Non-Brazilians Black Belts Who Could Win IBJJF Worlds In 2022
May 23, 2022Only one of the ten men’s black belt champions at 2021 Worlds represented a country other than Brazil. The lone non-Brazilian champion was 4x black belt gi world champion Mikey Musumeci (USA), who won his fourth title defeating Bruno Malfacine 6-0 by points. This year, a slew of veterans and rookies alike are lined up for their shot at gold, and the roster of non-Brazilians is showing signs that this year’s podiums could be the most nationally diverse in history.
Grappling Bulletin: Why Felipe Pena Finally Agreed To Rematch Gordon Ryan
May 23, 2022There's never a dull moment in the jiu-jitsu world, especially when Gordon Ryan is involved. Last week we dropped the bombshell news that Gordon would return for not one, but TWO big matches prior to ADCC.
Grappling Bulletin: 2022 IBJJF Worlds Will Be A Clash Of Generations
May 16, 2022The 2022 IBJJF World Championships is just weeks away. For you hardcore no-gi fans, you may be surprised to see so many familiar faces dust off their gi for the biggest IBJJF tournament of the year– there will be a number of Trials winners in the mix, and a decent amount of invitees, too.
7 Remarkable Facts From Tezos WNO: Gordon Ryan vs Jacob Couch
Mar 29, 2022Records broken, title shots earned, and debuts splendidly made; Tezos WNO: Gordon Ryan vs Jacob Couch was full of exciting matches and powerful statements from some of the world’s best grapplers.
Grappling Bulletin: A New Wave of No-Gi Grapplers Is Changing The Game
Mar 14, 2022Every sport undergoes regular generational change. The careers of athletes are finite, and the window for high-performance is often very short. That means there is an ever-changing cast of characters who compete for the top spot. In recent months we have seen the arrival of a few significant names – and this means the no-gi scene is looking better than ever as we head into ADCC 2022.