As Fight To Win approaches its 150th event, it's safe to say that nearly every major player in the sport has taken to their stage at some point over the last four years, but at least one towering figure has remained absent . . . until now.
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Keenan Cornelius is set to make his Fight To Win Debut against Matheus Luna of Checkmat. The American Legion team leader hasn’t competed since WNO back in February after suffering a narrow loss to phenom Roberto Jimenez.
For those who don’t know Luna, you’re in for a treat – he’s one fastest rising stars from the next generation of black belts and one of the most aggressive fighters in the game today.
Main Event: Victor Hugo vs Max Gimenis
Not to be upstaged by Keenan Cornelius, Victor Hugo is set to defend his super-heavyweight title against Max Gimenis in the main event.
Hugo’s impressive campaign throughout 2020 has pushed him to the No. 1-ranked P4P black belt on the scene today, and many are touting him as the biggest threat to the established elite competitors in our sport.
Max Gimenis in action.
Though he has yet to capture a major title as a black belt, Max Gimenis is not someone Hugo can take lightly – the GF Team representative has bone-crushing passing abilities that perfectly characterize the GF team style– blitzing toreandos and brutal kneecuts, Gimenis will be sure to take the fight to Hugo.
Must Watch: Kendall Reusing vs Britney Elkin
Kendall Reusing represents one of Gracie Barra’s brightest young competitors. Already a no-gi world chmpion (2019), at just 22 years of age Reusing is poised to become one of the biggest stars in jiu-jitsu. An excellent wrestler (four-time national champion in high school) Reusing’s greatest strength is dictating the pace of the match.
Reusing will be taking on F2W veteran and former professional MMA Fighter Britney Elkin. Though Elkin’s grappling accomplishments are not as storied as Reusings’ she’s as tough as they come and game to make things nasty in order to achieve her aims.
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