Florida is a hotbed of jiu-jitsu talent, so it's no surprise that F2W Pro's Miami card is pure fire. The event features 20+ black belt matches and is stacked from top to bottom. Tournament Fight To Win Pro 68 will held March 30 in Miami.
Here are couple of the most ambitious fights!
Main Event: Bill Cooper vs Vagner Rocha
Bill Cooper is an American jiu-jitsu legend. His creative approach to the game helped spur on a new generation of athletes who were willing to look beyond the traditional hierarchy position before submission. He’s also earned several World Championship medals.
Another veteran of the game and equally keen submission hunter, Rocha’s jiu-jitsu has been both celebrated and criticized for its aggressive nature. It's gritty, uncomfortable for the other guy, but far from malicious. It's also some of the very best to watch as a fan. Vagner comes to win, it's that simple.
AJ Agazarm vs Alexandre ‘Pulga’ Pimentel
The bout between Agazarm and Pimentel is an excellent clash of generations and styles.
Pulga has been a black belt for over 18 years and has extensive competition experience in both jiu-jitsu and MMA. Agazarm presents the opposite side of the coin: a stocky fighter that will seek to control the distance. Now a seasoned veteran on the Fight To Win Pro circuit, AJ not only has the skills to earn the win, but also significant experience with the F2W Pro judging criteria, which has proven to be a critical factor in his past matches.
John Combs vs Enrico Cocco
Both men simply don’t know how to have a boring match. Both athletes possess great wrestling, though different in their approach: Combs has an impressive blast double and generally embodies the American folkstyle tradition, while Cocco opts for a subtler approach.