The Ruotolo brothers – Tye and Kade – are among the most successful and elite Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athletes in the world. And, even though they’ve faced some formidable opponents over the years, there’s an opponent they have the toughest time against…
And that’s each other.
And wouldn’t you know it – they are eager to compete against each other as soon as possible.
Here is what Tye Ruotolo had to say about his brother, in a recent interview with ONE Championship:
My brother and I, we’re always open to fighting each other because we do it every day, you know?
So it’s nothing out of the normal.
I have three wins over my brother, which is funny because most of the time he was beating me, you know, so I caught him in the end, pretty much every time.
And I think, in my life, there’s no one that I’d rather fight in a competition. And my brother, he’s the toughest guy in the world.
He continued to explain why that is the case:
You can fight big guys, but the scariest thing is someone technical, and my brother knows my game perfectly.
So it’s gonna be a war every time we fight, and I’m open to fighting for sure.
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