Fight 2 Win is one of the biggest and oldest professional grappling promotions in North America and they’ve just announced that they’ll be returning to FloGrappling until 2026. The streaming deal is mutually beneficial in fairness, as Fight 2 Win will likely be able to reach a bigger audience than they were on FITE TV and FloGrappling are building further on a series of big acquisitions that they’ve made lately. Fight 2 Win used to stream on FloGrappling for the longest time, but they announced earlier this year that they were making the switch to FITE TV and had reportedly signed a 2 year deal with the streaming platform.
It appears as though that switch wasn’t as beneficial as it initially looked, as Fight 2 Win have now gone back to their original platform. The decision couldn’t have come at a better time for FloGrappling either, as they’ve managed to grow their portfolio in a big way over the past year leading up to this moment. First they announced a deal with the IBJJF to stream Brasileiro in 2023, which meant that they had finally secured full access to every single major IBJJF event in the calendar year.
Then they managed to acquire the rights to stream AIGA Champions League, expanding their reach to a whole new market that was previously untouched. Finally, one of the biggest moves by a streaming platform this year came when FloGrappling brought Quintet on board for their return event. With Quintet being one of the most popular grappling events on the planet, this was a huge acquisition that no doubt proved incredibly beneficial. Each of these events are infrequent though, whereas Fight 2 Win offers incredibly regular content and multiple events each month will now be joining the platform’s broadcast schedule.
Fight 2 Win announced the news that they had signed a streaming deal with FloGrappling until 2026 in a recent post to their official Instagram account: