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Don’t miss F2W 127 in Dallas, TX

Dallas is about to get hit by the biggest party in grappling when F2W 127 rolls into town on Friday October 4th.

The latest instalment of Fight 2 Win, F2W 127, is going to be a thriller as fight fans have come to expect from the event. With BJJ gi and no gi fights, as well as some amazing Judo match-ups, grappling fans are not going to want to miss this event at Gilleys in Dallas and live streaming on FloGrappling.

The main event is sure to be a grudge match as Augusto Tanquinho Mendes, 2019 ADCC -66kg Champion, takes on Matheus Gabriel, the man he defeated by refs decision in the quarter finals of the 2019 ADCC World Championships. They will be competing for the 155 lbs F2W Black Belt NOGI Title. The world will be watching to see if Gabriel can get some payback for his ADCC defeat. The co main event is an exciting match up between Richar Nogueira and Alex Sodre, fighting at 155 lbs in the gi.

Another F2W 127 title fight that is sure to be a thriller sees Taylor Weber trying to wrest the 145lbs Black Belt Judo Title from Nathan Kearney, one of the top Judo athletes of Fight 2 Win, with a record of 4 wins from 4 fights at F2W. These two young athletes will be bringing their a-game to make sure that they walk away with the title.

The 195 lbs black belt no gi match between Tony Tipton and Andre Gomez is also set to be an unmissable fight. Tony was an ADCC trials finalist and currently has a record of 2 wins from 2 on Fight 2 Win, as well as a fight of the night award.

F2W 127 will be live on FloGrappling, with doors opening to the public in Dallas at 5.00 pm. Make sure to catch all the action.


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.