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When it comes to choosing an MMA gym, Kade Ruotolo is still considering all of his alternatives.

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American jiu-jitsu ace Although he has started his training for his debut in mixed martial arts at some point this year, Kade Ruotolo confesses that he has not yet decided which gym he would spend the majority of his time training in.

The ONE lightweight submission grappling world champion is dead set on his plans to also compete in MMA, which he says is part of his quest to challenge himself and continue his progress as a fighter. He plans to compete in MMA as part of his intentions to also compete in MMA.

For the time being, Kade Ruotolo has been training on his own, with the assistance of his team at Atos Jiu-Jitsu. However, he intends to eventually locate a gym to train with and further develop his MMA abilities.

After his most recent bout, he gave an interview to the media in which he said:

“Yeah, so recently I’ve been putting in a lot more work with mixed martial arts. My collaborations have not been limited to a certain group of individuals or a particular set of instructors. I’ve been giving some thought to the many courses of action that are open to me. In addition to this, we’ve made jiu-jitsu one of our top objectives throughout our entire lives. It has been challenging for me to truly commit all of my time to a team.
Take a look at the interview down below:

According to Kade Ruotolo, he plans to make the move to mixed martial arts (MMA) cautiously and methodically so that he can be as well prepared as is humanly feasible.

Before the end of the year, he plans to launch his mixed martial arts (MMA) career.

In his most recent bout, which took place on June 9 at the Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok as part of ONE Fight Night 11 on Prime Video, Kade Ruotolo was victorious.

The young phenom, who is only 20 years old, successfully defended his ONE lightweight submission grappling world title by earning a unanimous decision victory over the Norwegian challenger Tommy Langaker.

In North America, subscribers to Amazon Prime may watch a free replay of his fight as well as all of the other action from ONE Fight Night 11 at no additional cost.

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