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This week on the Grappling Rewind Maine and Emil recap Third Coast Kumite 6 that features a thrilling finals match between Victor Hugo and Roberto Jimenez. We also recap Fight to Win 151 headlined by Kennedy Maciel vs Queixinho, and Tex Johnson vs Rafael Lovato Jr. We then preview F2W 152.
In the news section of the show Maine and Emil discuss SUG 18 Headlined by Mason Fowler vs Vinny Magalhaes, we also talk about all the events that have been announced and are occounring in the next few weeks including WNO, Spyder, Polaris Squads, and TCG Womans Kumite.
In the recap section of the show we kick if off with the Third Coast Grappling Kumite 6 we run through the quarter finals of the 8 man absolute bracket. We break down the quarter finals submissions from Victor Hugo, Fellipe Andrew, and Roberto. In the semi finals matchups we recap Roberto’s super fast belly down ankle lock, and then talk about the finals between Victor Hugo vs Roberto Jimenez that was fireworks until the toehold finish. We also talk about Osvaldo "Quexinho" Moizinho vs Johnny Tama in the main event superfight.
In our recap of Fight to Win 151 we run through what makes Kennedy Maciel style work well for the F2W rule set vs Queixinho, and what he did to win the lightweight Gi title. Then we get into Tex Johnson vs Rafael Lovato Jr, and why Maine found this match fascinating from a gamesmanship and rules perspective. Coupled with technically why the match resulted in the stalemate. We also go through the rest of the cards results.
We then preview F2W 152 headlined by Edwin Najmi the king of the flying triangle vs Michael Liera Jr, we discuss why Edwin has such a good style for F2W and why he is so hard to beat with his style. In the Co Main we have Rafael Formiga Barbosa vs Alex Martins and in the Co-co main event Romulo Barral vs Gabriel Almedia, we also talk at length about the stylistic matchup between Johnatha Alves of AOJ, with a grip heavy and points focus vs Johnny Tama a fast paced action fighter most known recently for his no-gi performances.
In the outro section Maine and Emil talk about the lack of training going on currently for various reasons.