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Fight 2 Win returns this Friday May 15th LIVE from Dallas, Texas. This event is centered around a huge main event bringing two ADCC vets Roberto Cyborg Abreu and Vinicius Ferriera head to head for an exciting NoGi match.

FloGrappling on Instagram: “8 PM ET, link in bio”

344 Likes, 6 Comments - FloGrappling (@flograppling) on Instagram: “8 PM ET, link in bio”

Roberto "Cyborg" Abreu’s Instagram post: “On weight and ready to Go!! 🦾🔥🙅🏽‍♂️ 🇺🇸🇧🇷🇺🇸🇧🇷 No peso e pronto pra batalha 🦾🔥🙅🏽‍♂️@f2wbjj @flograppling”

3,002 Likes, 183 Comments - Roberto "Cyborg" Abreu (@cyborgbjj) on Instagram: “On weight and ready to Go!! 🦾🔥🙅🏽‍♂️ 🇺🇸🇧🇷🇺🇸🇧🇷 No peso e pronto pra batalha 🦾🔥🙅🏽‍♂️@f2wbjj…”

FloGrappling on Instagram: “Leading the way | @cyborgbjj after his win in the main event of @f2wbjj 139”


Main Event

Roberto Cyborg Abreu vs. Vinicius Ferreira

Cyborg Winner by Decision

Co-Main Event

Johnny Tama vs. Ethan Crelinsten

Tama Winner by Decision

Prelims

Kevin Williams vs Vinicius Carvalho

Calvalho Winner by Decision

GarciaEddie Avelar vs. Viktor Doria

Doria Winner by Decision

Igor Paiva vs. Jeff Hammond

Paiva Winner by Decision

Yuri Santos vs. Andre Gomes

Santos Winner by Decision

Cameron Couch vs. Paulo Azambuja

Azambuja Winner by Armbar Submission

Kevin McCormick vs. Joshua HighTower

McCormick Winner by Armbar Submission

Justin Reddick vs. Aaron Culpepper

Reddick Winner by Rear Naked Choke Submission

Colby Capps vs. Dillion Hinojosa

Hinjosa Winner by Heel Hook Submission

Alex Lopez vs. Grayson Henley

Henley Winner by Armbar Submission

Dylan Martinez vs. Alexander Leon

Martinez Winner by Decision

FloGrappling’s Instagram video: “And it's TIME! The Fight To Win 139 Main Event: Vinicius Ferreira vs Roberto Cyborg Abreu is LIVE!”

361 Likes, 10 Comments - FloGrappling (@flograppling) on Instagram: “And it's TIME! The Fight To Win 139 Main Event: Vinicius Ferreira vs Roberto Cyborg Abreu is LIVE!”

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