Twin brothers Tye and Kade Ruotolo are making waves in the world of MMA. Tye is set to compete for the ONE welterweight submission grappling world title, while Kade aims to make his MMA debut by the end of the year. Read more about their journey here.
Submission grappling phenom Tye Ruotolo recently revealed his plans for the future, while his twin brother Kade is eager to jump into the world of mixed martial arts. The Ruotolo twins, known for their exceptional grappling skills, have made it clear that a move to MMA is on the horizon.
During a media scrum, Tye Ruotolo discussed his brother’s ambitious goal of making his MMA debut before the year ends. The 20-year-old American expressed his confidence in Kade’s abilities, stating, "I see my brother making his debut by the end of the year. He’s got so much fire in his heart for MMA. I can see it."
In preparation for their potential transition, the Ruotolo twins have been honing their Muay Thai skills in Thailand. If all goes well, they will soon be stepping into the cage as professional MMA fighters.
Meanwhile, Tye Ruotolo is gearing up for a shot at the inaugural ONE welterweight submission grappling world title. Although his opponent has yet to be announced, Ruotolo earned the opportunity after a swift submission victory over Dagi Arslanaliev, the second-ranked lightweight MMA contender, at ONE Fight Night 13.
The highly anticipated event, ONE Fight Night 13: Allazov vs. Grigorian, took place at the historic Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok. Fans in the United States and Canada can catch a replay of the thrilling action for free on Amazon Prime Video.
|ONE Fight Night 13||Tye Ruotolo def. Dagi Arslanaliev (Submission)|
Stay tuned for more updates on the Ruotolo twins’ journey into the world of MMA and Tye’s pursuit of the ONE welterweight submission grappling world title.