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F2W 107 hits Massachusetts on Friday April 5th

The latest Fight2Win event, F2W 107, in partnership with Revgear, lands in Tyngsboro, MA with a fight card that is sure to entertain.

Featuring Black Belt Gi, NOGI and Judo events, F2W 107 will put on a show for grappling fans, whether they are at the Tyngsboro Sports Center or watching the event live on FloGrappling. With 37 matches, beginning at 5.30pm, prepare for over 5 hours of the highest level of grappling competition. Revgear are proud to partner with Fight 2 Win, a world-class grappling promotion that brings the best of global talent to the USA.

The show will build up to the two main events of the evening. The co main event sees former olympic judoka and Bellator champion Rick Hawn of PMA, New Hampshire pitted against Mooney Cole of Mayo Quanchi, Rhode Island in a Black Belt Judo bout at 190 lb. The match up between the two is guaranteed to be an exciting one, with both men looking to steal the show.

The final match of the evening is a 145 lb Black Belt Gi main event between “Baby” Ana Carolina Vieira of GFT, Rio de Janeiro and Luiza Monteiro of Atos, San Diego. It is guaranteed to be a BJJ masterclass, with two of the best Brazilians in the game bringing their best to the mat. Vieira, a 2x IBJJF World Champion at Black Belt and 4x at brown, purple and blue, brings a heritage of BJJ to the match-up, being the younger sister of the “Black Belt Hunter” Rodolfo Vieira. Monteiro is a legend of the Jiu Jitsu world: 2x IBJJF World Champion, 3x IBJJF World nogi Champion, current IBJJF European Open Champion, 5x IBJJF Pan American Champion and 4x IBJJF Brazilian National Champion.

Grappling fans will not want to miss out on F2W 107. Get tickets to see the event in Tyngsboro, or catch it live on Flograppling this Friday.

Tom Billinge Tom is the Editor of Revgear Sports and the founder of WarYoga. He is a 10th Planet purple belt and a Muay Thai Kru having spent over two decades in the sport in Thailand and around the world. Tom has trained Lethwei in Myanmar, Kushti wrestling in India, Zurkhaneh sports in Iran, boxing throughout Europe, and catch wrestling in the USA. Tom also resurrected the ancient techniques of traditional British bareknuckle pugilism from archaic manuals.