Tye Ruotolo believes that more jiu-jitsu athletes ought to adopt the “go for the kill” approach of mixed martial arts (MMA).

Tye Ruotolo, a submission grappling phenom and world champion at Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt, is now in Thailand this week and is prepared to compete against another challenging opponent on short notice. Ruotolo is 20 years old. Therefore, you shouldn’t be too startled if you run across both him and his twin brother Kade when you’re out and about in Bangkok.

The catchweight submission grappling match between Tye Ruotolo and Dagi Arslanaliev of Turkey will take place during ONE Fight Night 13: Allazov vs. Grigorian, which will be broadcast on Prime Video. Ruotolo is currently listed as the no. 2 lightweight MMA contender in the world.

On August 4, the action may be seen live on broadcasts originating from the illustrious Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.

In an interview that took place during fight week for the South China Morning Post, Ruotolo made some observations on the ways in which grappling with MMA fighters differs from grappling with pure jiu-jitsu competitors.

The young man, who was 20, stated:

“In my opinion, jiu-jitsu fighters have a great deal of experience in the art they practice. They are aware of how to make the game more leisurely. You are well aware of how to dawdle. The vast majority of the time in mixed martial arts competition, the objective is to win via knockout, right? Therefore, we require more of that in jiu-jitsu. We as a pair have that, and each of us has that aggressive nature, and that is exactly what it comes down to. You’re just going in for the kill, aren’t you? [beginning at 2:10]

When Tye and Dagi square up in the ring against one another, fans can undoubtedly anticipate an intriguing encounter thanks to the statements made by Ruotolo. This is a bout that you absolutely must miss if you are interested in seeing the very finest in submission grappling action.

Fans in the United States and Canada will be able to watch ONE Fight Night 13: Allazov vs. Grigorian live and for free on Amazon Prime Video. This event will feature a middleweight bout between the two competitors.

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