This Friday night at the National Western Complex, combat sports fans are in for a treat of 40 submission-only superfights at Fight 2 Win 137 starting at 5 p.m.

On Friday, “The Iron Maiden” throws down for the Fight 2 Win Nogi purple belt championship. The 18-year-old phenom talks about what it’s like to tour the country competing and working for one of the premier Jiu-Jitsu promotions that exist today. 

Fight 2 Win has been a mainstay in the combat sports world for years and has grown at a rapid rate. Owner Seth Daniels is the equivalent to Dana White in the BJJ world with a strong alpha leadership style and isn’t afraid to shoot from the hip and speak his mind. As some promotions throughout the years have folded and failed to pay their fighters, Daniels has taken pride in the ability to put on these mega-shows all over the U.S. and fairly compensate his fighters. 

Mueller also understands that part of the game is being entertaining and promises that her walk to the stage is going to be something that is epic and that you will not want to miss. She also shares how a random interaction while on the road was the catalyst of the game Twister taking the F2W BJJ world by storm — she’s even gotten legends like Garry Tonon to hop on board!

Do not miss your chance to see the next big thing in action on Friday evening at the National Western Complex. Tickets can be purchased at

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-Jordan Kurtz is a founding member of Comments From The Peanut Gallery and The MMA Plug and can be followed on Instagram at @CommentsFromThePeanutGallery and @TheMMAPlug303