This week Fight 2 Win heads to Tulsa, OK for another exciting vent, F2W 105. This card is headlined by two of the world’s top middleweights as Isaque Bahiense (Alliance) takes on Vitor Oliveira (GFT) while the undercard is bolstered by the top talent the state of the Oklahoma has to offer within the sport or Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and submission grappling. Some high-level judo will be featured as well so make sure you don’t miss out!
Tickets for Fight 2 Win 105 are still available for the event set to take place at Tulsa Expo Square on Saturday night. Make sure to pick up your Fight 2 Win 105 tickets if you haven’t already and enjoy the show!
Competitor Profile – Hunter Colvin (Triton)
Introduce yourself to the fans (who you are, accomplishments, anything you want to share)
I’m a brown belt at Triton fight center. I’m a 2x EBI vet, former F2W champion and ADCC trials semifinalist.
Who do you credit for shaping your jiujitsu?
Jams Partidge my nogi coach and Piet Wilhelm my professor really molded me the most.
What’s your favorite submission?
Rear naked choke.
What’s one of your favorite memories from jiujitsu?
Traveling all over the us with my team getting to compete and see different states.
Why are you looking forward to being on this card?
It’s in my hometown and I love F2W.
How have you been training to get ready for it?
Training multiple times a day and cutting a good amount of weight as well.
What do you think of your opponent?
He’s a local mma fighter transitioning into jiu jitsu should be a fun match.
Note: Hunter’s opponent was changed last minute; he now faces Dan Dyman.
Any predictions for this match?
Win by rear-naked choke.
If you had to pick – win with the most boring fight in F2W history or lose with FOTN honors in the most exciting match ever – which would you choose?
Lose with fotn honors I want a tough scrap more than anything.
Anybody you want to thank?
All my teammates at Triton/Brothers.
Any last words before the match?
Can’t wait to see you all there.