Tye Ruotolo proud to “represent the jiu-jitsu community the best way possible” against Dagi Arslanaliev

20-year-old jiu-jitsu feeling Tye Ruotolo provided another outstanding submission success at ONE Fight Night 13. Making his launching at the famous Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Ruotolo protected a submission win over Turkish fighter Dagi Arslanaliev simply over 2 minutes into the fight. After the win, Ruotolo revealed his thankfulness for the assistance of the jiu-jitsu neighborhood and his desire to represent them well. With this success, Ruotolo made the chance to contend for the inaugural ONE welterweight submission grappling world champion. If he wins, he will join his sibling, Kade Ruotolo, as a world champ. This success comes soon after Kade’s outstanding win at ONE: Fight Night 11, marking the bros’ 8th combined win in ONE Championship. The replay of the occasion is offered on Amazon Prime Video in North America.

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