Tye Ruotolo is experiencing a lot of excitement and motivation these days as a result of the recent completion of his team’s gym in Costa Rica. This is in addition to the fact that Ruotolo’s career in ONE Championship is thriving.
Ruotolo and his twin brother Kade have been working on the development of the training center, which is located in Marbella, Guanacaste, for their entire lives. In addition to being a location where jiu-jitsu athletes may practice and participate in camps, the facility is also intended to serve as a place where they can spend time with their families while pursuing other outdoor interests such as surfing.
Because of the twins’ outstanding performances in their ONE Championship bouts, they both received sizable performance bonuses, which significantly increased the amount of money available for the construction of the gym.
During an interview with onefc.com, Tye Ruotolo was overjoyed to convey the news that their dream facility is almost finished being constructed and that they cannot wait to start using it. In his words:
“It looks like we’re going to have to close the gym. The completion of our home, which we have been laboring over for the past 17 or 18 years, is in sight. We have only recently been able to install our pool. Even a pizza oven, similar to a brick oven, was acquired by our company. Everything that we could ever want or wish for is coming to fruition, and our dreams are coming true.”
A black belt in jiu-jitsu is patiently waiting for the completion of the dojo that his family owns and operates, which is expected to take place before the end of the year. Next month, Tye Ruotolo will compete for the inaugural welterweight submission grappling world title, which will be the most important battle of his ONE career to date.
The event, known as ONE Fight Night 16, will take place at the Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand, on November 3, and will be broadcast on Prime Video. It is expected that he would compete against the Russian Magomed Abdulkadirov.
Ruotolo, who is now 20 years old and made his promotional debut in May of the previous year, is really appreciative that he has been given the chance to compete for a world title. This is something that he has always wanted to do since he first began boxing.
If Tye Ruotolo is victorious in his fifth fight for ONE, he would be able to join Kade, the current lightweight submission grappling world title holder, on the list of champions for the organization. Ruotolo had a perfect record in his previous four bouts for ONE.
Magomed Abdulkadirov, who is 32 years old and making his first appearance in ONE, is a veteran of the grappling scene in Europe. He will be his opponent. However, he is resolved to make a significant splash and storm his way to the pinnacle of the welterweight class from the very beginning of his career.
The live broadcast of ONE Fight Night 16 will take place during primetime in the United States and will be available at no additional cost to Prime Video customers in North America.