WNO full results, videos: Nicholas Meregali submits Pedro Marinho!

Gi and NoGi legends Nicholas Meregali and Pedro Marinho face off in OKC at WNO: Meregali vs. Marinho.

By: Kevin Bradley | 3 weeks ago
WNO full results, videos: Nicholas Meregali submits Pedro Marinho!
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Tonight, two of the best gi-BJJ athletes will meet for a heavyweight match on the Who’s Number One stage alongside a slew of generational talent in Oklahoma City, OK. Nicholas Meregali will take on Gracie Barra’s Pedro Marinho in a 15-minute bout in the main event, flanked by legendary BJJ/MMA fighter Rafael Lovato Jr. and Elder Cruz in nogi for the co-main.

Meregali currently holds a 4-0 record in the promotion, last defeating Lovato Jr. in a nogi match last summer. Marinho took home the WNO nogi light heavyweight championship last year beating B-Team’s Craig Jones, and took silver at the 2021 IBJJF Pans in the gi. Though he’s since focused mainly on nogi, Marinho brings an excellent toolkit against his dangerous opponent.

Rounding out the card are talented grapplers like Daisy Fresh’s Jacob Couch, fresh off his gold medal win at the Chicago IBJJF Open, former IBJJF Pans champ Amanda “Tubby” Alequin, and the always-game 2022 ADCC Trials champ William Tackett.

WNO: Nicholas Meregali vs. Pedro Marinho full fight card

  • Nicholas Meregali def. Pedro Marinho – Heavyweight Gi (Triangle)
  • Rafael Lovato Jr. def. Elder Cruz – Light Heavyweight (RNC)
  • Amanda Alequin def. Alex Enriquez – Women’s Flyweight (Decision)
  • Izaak Michell def. Jacob Couch vs – Middleweight (Decision)
  • Dante Leon def. Ruan Alvarenga – Lightweight (RNC)
  • Francisco Lo def. William Tackett – Middleweight (Decision)

How to stream

The event kicks off tonight at 7:45 EDT, and is available for purchase here.


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Kevin Bradley
Kevin Bradley

Kevin Bradley is a writer covering Bloody Elbow’s grappling beat. A longtime BJJ hobbyist, he began covering combat sports in 2018 for the Jiu-Jitsu Times with athlete interviews and fight breakdowns. He branched into audio the following year, producing and co-hosting the JJT Podcast for its 100 episode run. After a writing hiatus, occasionally contributing to various sites in the interim, he joined BE in late 2022.

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