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F2W 130 – DENVER


F2W 130 lands in Denver

Fight 2 Win returns to Seth Daniel’s home territory of Denver, Colorado as F2W 130 rolls into town on Saturday November 2nd

The Mile High City will be hit by an avalanche of fight fans as F2W 130 hits Denver this Saturday. Expect the usual exciting matches and party atmosphere as the top local athletes, as well as talent from across the globe put on a show.

The main event of the day is the battle of the giants between Tim Spriggs of TLI and Erberth Santos of ESBJJ for the Black Belt Heavy Weight Title. The match promises to shake the stage as the two fight it out for the belt.

John Combs of Easton BJJ, fresh off his ADCC journey, will be looking to take the win against Garrett Aldrich of Gracie Barra in a 175 lb black belt no gi match. Combs will be taking what he learned at the ADCC World Championships and bringing it to F2W 130, where grappling fans will be able to appreciate his skills.

Another one to watch is the 170 lb brown gi belt battle between Bobby Rya of Element BJJ and Brian “the Minister” Pierce. Pierce, a former MMA professional, is guaranteed to entertain, so stay tuned to see what he brings.

Fight 2 Win always puts up an awesome card and F2W 130 won’t disappoint. If you can’t make it in person, you can watch the event live on FloGrappling. Doors will open at 1.30 pm on Saturday and fight fans can expect the biggest party in grappling to deliver superb matches and a fun atmosphere that will leave locals wanting more. They are fortunate, as Fight 2 Win will remain at the National Western Complex in Denver for Nationals that take place on November 9th. The event will see over a thousand competitors fighting it our on 16 mats.

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.