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Get Ready for F2W 128 in Philly

The biggest party in grappling returns to the City of Brotherly Love with F2W 128 on Saturday October 19th and it looks set to be another unmissable event.

Philadelphia, a city known for its great fighters, is hosting the latest Fight 2 Win event, F2W 128 this coming Saturday. With a couple of title fights on the card and some exciting up and comers, it will offer fight fans a night of non-stop action. The card is dominated by No Gi contests that will showcase some of the best fighters in the business.

The main event sees Kayan Duarte of Atos vs Nick Rodriguez of Renzo Gracie in a 230lb No Gi fight that will top an evening of exciting bouts. The co-main event is a battle for the black belt featherweight No Gi title between Lucas Pinheiro from Atos and Joao Miyao representing Unity.

The 170 lb masters black belt No Gi title pits Mike Padilla of Padilla BJJ against Enrico Cocco of Fight Sports, a fight that is followed up by a 180 lb black belt No Gi contest between Isaque Bahiense  from Alliance and Felipe Cesar Silva of Unity.

Watch out for an unmissable No Gi  fight between Will Dill of Tac Team and Daniel Maira of Alliance at 160 lb. Daniel is a true up and comer, with several IBJJF golds already in his possession. He recently won Deep Roots Invitational and got gold at the No Gi Pan Ams and at the Las Vegas Open. While Daniel competes in both Gi and No Gi, he is a specialist in No Gi grappling.

The Gi event of the evening will undoubtably be the 180 black belt bout pitting Stephen Plyler of Balance against Thiago Thomaz of SAS. Stephen is known for being a tough fighter in the GI, so it will definitely be one to watch.

You won’t want to miss the event. If you are in Philly, the get a ticket and see the action in person. Doors at the 2300 Arena will open at 5 pm and the F2W 128 will be streamed live on FloGrappling.

Tom Billinge Tom is the Editor of Revgear Sports. He has been training in Muay Thai gyms around the world for around 15 years and is a qualified Muay Thai instructor. He has lived in Asia, Europe and the Americas. Tom is a native of England, but based in the USA. When he's not kicking or holding the pads, Tom is either deep into writing an article, exploring the world or connecting with fellow martial artists. Tom is currently beginning his Jiu Jitsu journey in the Kore gi and 10th Planet no gi systems, as well as working to reconstruct the techniques of traditional British bareknuckle pugilism.

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