Fight 2 Win 142 official poster

Fight 2 Win 142 is lined up with an exciting line up of grappling matches. Main event will feature superstar Gabi Garcia vs Kendall Reusing with co-main event Johnny Tama vs Dante Leon.

Fight 2 Win is back in Dallas this weekend for the fourth straight weekend of fights. This weekend IBJJF Hall of Famer and four time ADCC Champion Gabi Garcia takes on Team USA wrestler Kendall Reusing. This NoGi Women's heavyweight event is guaranteed to put on a great show.


Main Event

Gabi Garcia vs. Kendall Reusing

Gabi Garcia Winner by Americana Submission

Co-Main Event

Johnny Tama vs. Dante Leon

Leon Winner by Triangle Choke Submission

Under Card

Matheus Gabriel vs. Lucas Valente

Valente Winner By Split Decision

Vinicius Carvalho vs. Henrique Nobrega e Silva

Carvalho Winner by Choke Submission

Inacio Neto vs. Jean Petrik

Neto Winner by Armbar Submission

Lucas Lima vs. Willis Nunes

Lima Winner by Ankle Lock Submission

Clay Hantz vs. Justin Rice

Rice Winner by Ankle Lock Submission

Justin Renick vs. William Tackett

Tackett Winner by Armbar Submission

Samuel Nagai vs. Carlos Alves Neto

Nagai Winner by Ankle Lock Submission

Pedro Marinho vs. Michael Salazar

Marinho Winner by Cobra Choke Submission

Jairo Bautista vs. Jorge Castaneda

Castaneda Winner by Decision

Leandro Nascimento vs. Anthony Fitzgerald

Nascimento Winner by Decision

Aaron Culpepper vs. Colton Roelofs

Reolofs Winner by Straight Ankle Lock Submission

Carlos Neto vs. Joshua Mosquea

John Paul Robledo vs. Alfonso Bruno Kaihau

Michelle Treelonge vs. Hope Russell

Michael Brennan vs. Michael Ortega

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