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Craig Jones Changes Division for ADCC 2022 | Grappling Bulletin (Ep. 61)
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Craig Jones Changes Division for ADCC 2022 | Grappling Bulletin (Ep. 61)

First it was Garry Tonon, now Craig Jones has announced he's changing divisions, and it promises a seismic shift in the ADCC landscape come September. As we get closer to every ADCC World Championship event there begins an intense period of drop outs, division switching and more. Competitors get hurt and have to pull out which leads to a flurry of replacements getting called up, but there are always a couple of last-minute division changes. We confirmed a big one just last week – Garry Tonon dropping down to 66kg after four editions – 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2019 – of competing at 77kg was very remarkable, but today we can announced the equally-sensational news that Craig Jones has decided to move up in weight to -99kg. A silver medallist at 88kg in 2019, Jones has participated in three editions of ADCC in the same weight class but appears ready to make a change in his career as he goes for the elusive gold medal. There are a lot of juicy matches waiting for Craig at this weight class. Who wouldn't want to see him against Spriggs, or Nicholas Meregali, or Yuri Simoes, or 2019 champ at +99kg, Kaynan Duarte? Watch more from the Grappling Bulletin Podcast: https://flosports.link/3y4DOuS Make sure to like, comment, and subscribe to access all of the latest jiu jitsu videos! Website: https://www.flograppling.com Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2q6hb5f Get the FloSports iOS App: http://bit.ly/FloGrapplingiOSApp_9 Follow FloGrappling Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FloGrappling/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/flograppling Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/flograppling/ FloGrappling, Craig Jones BJJ, Craig jones ADCC, ADCC 2022, BJJ podcast, ADCC podcast, B-team BJJ, Craig Jones B-team
Who's Next: Welcome to Who's Next (Episode 1) | Season 1
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Who's Next: Welcome to Who's Next (Episode 1) | Season 1

Sixteen elite grapplers from all over the globe have come to Austin, Texas for a submission only no time limit tournament unlike any other. Led by grappling superstars, Tim Spriggs and Craig Jones, these athletes will compete for a $10,000 cash prize, a three fight contract on Who's Number One and for a shot to be named the first-ever Who's Next champion. Who's Next: Submission Fighter Challenge presented by Tezos Learn more about the show: https://flosports.link/3Ohw9QL Meet the full cast: https://flosports.link/39Ml0bp Watch every episode (uncensored) on FloGrappling: https://flosports.link/3HRacVW About FloGrappling Website: https://www.flograppling.com Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2q6hb5f Get the FloSports iOS App: http://bit.ly/FloGrapplingiOSApp_9 Follow FloGrappling Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FloGrappling/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/flograppling Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/flograppling/ 0:00 Intro 10:13 Rene Sousa (10th Planet, brown belt) 10:50 Jay Rodriguez (B-Team, blue belt) ---- 11:45 Match 16:10 Josh Demas (Soul Fighters, blue belt) 16:57 Izaak Michell (B-Team, brown belt) ---- 18:08 Match 22:10 Andrew Tackett (Checkmat, brown belt) 23:08 Fabian Ramirez (Serra BJJ, brown belt) ---- 24:10 Match 29:00 Dan Manasoiu (New Wave Jiu-Jitsu, blue belt) 29:35 Breylor Grout (Legion AJJ, brown belt) ---- 30:24 Match 32:34 Mike Rakshan (Immortals Jiu-Jitsu, purple belt) 33:41 Spencer Fossier (Ronin Martial Arts, purple belt) ---- 35:06 Match 39:27 Max Hansen (Pedigo Submission Fighting, purple belt) 40:12 Kyle Chambers (10th Planet, black belt) ---- 41:00 Match 44:38 Jansen Gomes (Checkmat HQ, brown belt) 45:32 Andy Varela (10th Planet, black belt) ---- 46:20 Match 48:53 Tristan Overvig (Pedigo Submission Fighting, purple belt) 50:05 Adam Bradley (Atos, purple belt) ---- 51:15 Match 59:57 Recap, Tim and Craig choosing teams