Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Professional Fighters League: 2019 Championships Results






PFL held it's 2019 championships on December 31st from Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York, New York. In the main event, Kayla Harrison won the lightweight season title with a dominant win over Larissa Pacheco. Each round was the same with Harrison getting the takedown and dominating from the top round after round. Pacheco did good to stay in there but couldn't get much offense in. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Featherweight: Brendan Loughnane (19-3) defeated David Laex Valente (11-5) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Loughnane.

2. Light Heavyweight Title: Emiliano Sordi (22-8) defeated Jordan Johnson (12-2-1) via TKO at 2:01 of Round 1.

3. Featherweight Title: Lance Palmer (22-3) defeated Alex Gilpin (14-4) via Unanimous Decision (50-43/50-44/50-44). We scored it 50-45 Palmer.

4. Lightweight Title: Natan Schulte (20-3-1) defeated Loik Radzhabov (13-2-1) via Unanimous Decision (49-44/49-46/48-47). We scored it 48-47 Radzhabov.

5. Heavyweight Title: Ali Isaev (9-0) defeated Jared Rosholt (20-8) via TKO at 4:09 of Round 4.

6. Welterweight Title: Ray Cooper III (20-7-1) defeated David Michaud (18-6) via TKO at 2:56 of Round 2.

7. Lightweight Title: Kayla Harrison (7-0) defeated Larissa Pacheco (13-4) via Unanimous Decision (50-43/50-45/50-45). We scored it 50-45 Harrison.

Knockout of the Night: Ray Cooper III

Fight of the Night: Natan Schulte vs Loik Radzhabov

RIZIN 20 Results





RIZIN 20 took place December 31st from Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan. In women's action, it a battle of possibly the top two atomweights in the world, Seo Hee Ham walked away as the RIZIN champ taking a split decision from Ayaka Hamasaki. Most of the bout had Ham being the aggressor and landing more punches until a takedown in which she got on top and really landed damage. Late in the third Hamasaki tried to mount a comeback and got a takedown and landed hard shots, but it was too little too late for two of the three judges. Earlier Rena Kubota got her revenge and avenged a defeat to Lindsey VanZandt with a third round stoppage. On the feet it was all Kubota, landing the harder and more frequent shots. Late in round two VanZandt seized an opportunity to get it on the ground and came fairly close to locking in a submission but round three was all Kubota as she got on top and landed hard shots. With seconds left she got mount and landed punches and VanZandt's corner threw in the towel. Also Miyuu Yamamoto got back on track taking a decision from Suwanan Boonsorn. Yamamoto used her strength and wrestling to dominate the fight on the ground. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Lightweight: Tofiq Musayev (17-3) defeated Johnny Case (27-7-1) via TKO at 2:47 of Round 1.

2. Lightweight: Patricky Pitbull (23-8) defeated Luiz Gustavo (10-2) via TKO at :28 of Round 1.

3. Atomweight: Miyuu Yamamoto (6-4) defeated Suwanan Boonsorn (4-3) via Unanimous Decision. We scored it for Yamamoto.

4. Bantamweight Kickboxing: Taiju Shiratori (19-5-1) defeated Taiga Kawabe (20-11-1) via TKO (Doctor's Stoppage) at 3:00 of Round 2.

5. Bantamweight: Patrick Mix (13-0) defeated Yuki Motoya (23-8, 1NC) via Tapout (Guillotine Choke) at 1:37 of Round 1.

6. Heavyweight: Jake Heun (15-9) defeated Satoshi Ishii (22-11-1) via TKO at 1:12 of Round 1.

7. Bantamweight: Hiromasa Ogikubo (20-4-2) defeated Shintaro Ishiwatori (26-8-4) via Split Decision. We scored it for Ogikubo.

8. Light Heavyweight: Simon Biyong (7-1) defeated Vitaly Shemetov (14-9, 1NC) via Tapout (Strikes) at :58 of Round 2.

9. Light Heavyweight Title: Jiri Prochazka (26-3-1) defeated CB Dollaway (17-10) via KO at 1:55 of Round 1.

10. Lightweight: Tofiq Musayev (18-3) defeated Patricky Pitbull (23-9) via Unanimous Decision. We scored it for Musayev.

11. 112LB Catch Weight: Rena Kubota (10-3) defeated Lindsey VanZandt (7-3) via TKO (Corner Stoppage) at 4:40 of Round 3.

12. Lightweight: Mikuru Asakura (12-1) defeated John Macapa (23-5-2) via Unanimous Decision. We scored it for Asakura.

13. Atomweight Title: Seo Hee Ham (23-9( defeated Ayaka Hamasaki (19-3) via Split Decision. We scored it for Ham.

14. Flyweight Kickboxing: Tenshin Nasukawa (34-0) defeated Rui Ebata (37-2-3) via TKO at 2:45 of Round 1.

15. Bantamweight Title: Manel Kape (15-4) defeated Kai Asakura (14-2) via TKO at :38 of Round 2.

Submission of the Night: Patrick Mix

Knockout of the Night: Jiri Prochazka

Fight of the Night: Hiromasa Ogikubo vs Shintaro Ishiwatori

Sunday, December 22, 2019

Tenth Annual Real Women Awards Voting






It is time once again to vote for your favorites in women's MMA, Bodybuilding, Physique, Figure, Fitness and Bikini. As with previous years, voting is simple, just click who you vote for on each poll. It is not necessary to vote in every category. While it may seem like you can vote more than once, the polls only tabulate the first vote.
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* There are some non poll awards. In each division as well as MMA, there is a voters favorite and competitors/fighters favorite. Where you simply vote for your favorite. Those votes are done by sending them to elway78@netzero.com. Title the email "Awards". For competitors/fighters favorite, you must include one fight you had or name of one show you competed on so it can be confirmed.
* Our biggest award is Woman of the Year. This awards is open to all competitors in each division as well as MMA and is also done by sending your vote to the above email address.
* Voting will end on January 18th at 11:59 PM eastern time with the winners announced in the following day or two.
* Nominees are made by a panel of competitors, fighters and other experts/people involved within each individual sport/division and are not done just by us. This process is done to eliminate any potential or perceived bias and to ensure as accurate a list of deserving nominees as possible.
* Comments on this post will not be approved. Each year we get thousands and thousands of votes and with that much traffic, there are always a few people who feel the need to leave insulting comments when they feel one of their favorites was slighted or simply disagree. Along with those are an occasional insult towards someone and by not approving comments, we don't have to deal with those insults. It will let you submit a comment for approval, but they are not read and therefor not approved.
* Teen Competitor of the Year is only open to individuals who actually competed in a teen division in 2019. For the first time, the award is named after Victoria Larvie who won her pro card as a teenager.
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Friday, December 20, 2019

Titan FC 58: Rivera vs Sabatello Results




Titan FC 58 took place December 20th from Xtreme Action Park in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. In the Main Event, Irwin Rivera retained his bantamweight title with a fourth round stoppage of Danny Sabatello. Rounds one and two saw Sabatello use takedowns and top control to jump out in front but late in round two Rivera landed a flying knee that opened a bad cut on Sabatello. From then on Rivera took control, stuffing takedown attempts andhurting Sabatello with punches. Late in the fourth he dropped him with a body shot and while the ref was late in stopping it, he finally did. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Light Heavyweight: Cristian Torres (15-10) defeated Askar Mozharrov (19-7) via Tapout (Strikes) at 2:28 of Round 1.

2. Flyweight: Christian Ynastrilla (5-1) defeated Jon Arce (1-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/29-28). We scored ot 30-27 Ynastrilla.

3. Featherweight: Muhammad Naimov (5-0) defeated Shawn Brown (2-2) via Tapout (Rear Naked Choke) at 4:41 of Round 1.

4. Heavyweight: Mohammed Usman (6-1) defeated Reggie Cato (5-4) via TKO at :48 of Round 1.

5. Middleweight: Ulysses Diaz (1-0) defeated Steve Chesnik (0-4) via Tapout (Strikes) at :31 of Round 1.

6. Bantamweight Title: Irwin Rivera (9-4) defeated Danny Sabatello (6-1) via TKO at 4:26 of Round 4.

Submission of the Night: Muhammad Naimov

Knockout of the Night: Irwin Rivera

Fight of the Night: Irwin Rivera vs Danny Sabatello

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

WXC: Warrior Wednesday 10 Results






WXC was back at it with another Warrior Wednesday card on December 18th from Crystal Gardens in Southgate, Michigan. In the main event Juancamilo Ronderos retained his flyweight title with a split decision win over Eric Shelton. The story of the bout was Shelton getting takedowns and working from the back but Ronderos using good defense to avoid damage and actually being fairly active with strikes from positions where Shelton had the superior spot. In the end, two of the three judges sided with the champion. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Light Heavyweight: Marcus Maulding (8-10) defeated Trevor Alden (0-1) via Tapout (Rear Naked Choke) at 3:35 of Round 1.

2. 160LB Catch Weight: Isaiah Gathings (3-0) defeated Will Frost (1-1) via Tapout (Armbar) at 4:17 of Round 1.

3. Welterweight: Floyd Jones (3-1) defeated Perry Stargel (1-1) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Stargel.

4. 150LB Catch Weight: Darryol Humphrey (4-4) defeated Daniel Winston (4-3) via KO at 1:53 of Round 1.

5. Heavyweight: Dylan Potter (9-4) defeated Dingo Brown (4-6) via TKO at 2:20 of Round 1.

6. Flyweight Title: Juancamilo Ronderos (4-0) defeated Eric Shelton (13-7) via Split Decision (48-47/47-48/48-47). We scored it 48-47 Shelton.

Submission of the Night: Isaiah Gathings

Knockout of the Night: Darryol Humphrey

Fight of the Night: Juancamilo Ronderos vs Eric Shelton

Sunday, December 15, 2019

Ares FC 1 Results





Ares FC had its first event on December 14th from Dakar, Senegal. In women's action Rizlen Zouak vs Janita Sandora was ruled a co-contest when it had to be stopped due to moisture on the canvas due to the humidity of the outdoor event. The ref stopped the fight and they decided to cancel the rest of the card at that point. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Lightweight: Mairon Santos (9-0) defeated Baba Nadjombe (7-2) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/29-28). We scored it 30-27 Santos.

2. Middleweight: Djati Melan (7-0) defeated Eslam Syaha (9-2) via Split Decision (29-28/28-29/29-28). We scored it 30-27 Melan.

3. Welterweight: Nassourdine Imavov (8-2) defeated Jonathan Meunier (9-2) via TKO at 4:27 of Round 1.

4. Middleweight: Gregory Babene (20-11) defeated Glenn Sparv (21-7) via Tapout (Triangle Choke) at 2:04 of Round 2.

5. Bantamweight: Taylor Lapilus (16-3) defeated Marcos Breno (12-2) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/30-26/30-26). We scored it 30-27 Lapilus.

6. Heavyweight: Oumar Kane (1-0) defeated Sofiane Boukichou (6-4) via TKO at 1:20 of Round 2.

7. Light Heavyweight: Laurynas Urbonavicius (13-1) defeated Ildemar Alcantara (26-14) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-27/30-25). We scored it 29-28 Urbonavicius.

8. Heavyweight: Josh Parisan (11-3) defeated Matunga Djikasa (3-2) via TKO at 4:16 of Round 2.

9. Bantamweight: Rizlen Zovak (3-1, 1NC) vs Janita Sandora (5-0, 1NC) was ruled a No-Contest (Moisture on canvas) at :28 of Round 1.

Submission of the Night: Gregory Babene

Knockout of the Night: Nassourdine Imavov

Fight of the Night: Laurynas Urbonavicius vs Ildemar Alcantara

UFC 245: Usman vs Covington Results





UFC 245 took place December 14th from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. In women's action, Amanda Nunes retained her bantamweight title with a decision over Germaine de Randamie. Round one saw Nunes on the verge of getting the stoppage as she landed vicious ground and pound. Round two saw de Randamie mount a comeback and seem to hurt the champ. From then on the story was the same with Nunes taking it to the ground and while not landing a lot of damage, doing just enough to avoid getting stood up and walk away with the decision. Earlier Irene Aldana scored a huge win with a knockout of Ketlene Vieira and Jessica Eye take a close decision from Viviane Araujo. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Middleweight: Punahele Soriano (7-0) defeated Oskar Piechota (11-3-1) via KO at 3:17 of Round 1.

2. Flyweight: Jessica Eye (15-7, 1NC) defeated Viviane Araujo (8-2) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Eye.

3. Flyweight: Brandon Moreno (16-5-1) defeated Kai Kara-France (26-8, 1NC) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/30-27). We scored it29-28 Moreno.

4. Featherweight: Chase Hooper (9-0-1) defeated Daniel Teymur (7-4) via TKO at 4:34 of Round 1.

5. Welterweight: Matt Brown (24-16) defeated Ben Saunders (22-13-2) via KO at 4:55 of Round 2.

6. Middleweight: Omari Akhmedov (20-4-1) defeated Ian Heinisch (13-3) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Akhmedov.

7. Bantamweight: Irene Aldana (12-5) defeated Ketlen Vieira (10-1) via KO at 4:51 of Round 1.

8. Middleweight: Geoff Neal (13-2) defeated Mike Perry (13-6) via TKO at 1:30 of Round 1.

9. Bantamweight: Petr Yan (14-1) defeated Urijah Faber (35-11) via KO at :43 of Round 3.

10. Bantamweight: Marlon Moraes (23-6-1) defeated Jose Aldo (28-6) via Split Decision (28-29/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Aldo.

11. Bantamweight Title: Amanda Nunes (19-4) defeated Germaine de Randamie (9-4) via Unanimous Decision (49-44/49-46/49-45). We scored it 49-25 Nunes.

12. Featherweight Title: Alexander Volkanovski (21-1) defeated Max Holloway (21-5) via Unanimous Decision (48-47/48-47/50-45). We scored it 49-46 Volakovski.

13. Welterweight Title: Kamaru Usman (16-1) defeated Colby Covington (15-2) via TKO at 4:10 of Round 5.

Knockout of the Night: Irene Aldana

Fight of the Night: Kamaru Usman vs Colby Covington

Thursday, December 12, 2019

Alaska Fighting Championship 155: Flowers vs Phillips Results





AFC 155 took place December 11th from Alaska Airlines Center in Anchorage, Alaska. In the main event Aaron Phillips got a second round finish of Jason Flowers. Round one saw both fighters landing leg kicks until Phillips got a take down. Not much damage was inflicted till some body shots to end the round. Round two saw Phillips land a leg kick that hurt Flowers and Flowers went down hurt stopping the fight. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Grappling Match: Dannesh Bastani defeated Dennis Bryant via Tapout (Armbar) at 6:15.

2. Grappling Match: Dominick Merriweather defeated Tommy Ide via Tapout (Guillotine Choke) at 1:24.

3. 210LB Catch Weight: James Washington (1-0) defeated Don Jones (0-1) via Tapout (Strikes) at 4:55 of Round 1.

4. Bantamweight: Marv Alexie (4-7) defeated Jerry Jones Jr. (0-1) via Tapout (Guillotine Choke) at 1:19 of Round 1.

5. 177LB Catch Weight: Devin Paulsen (1-1) defeated Alex Perue (0-2) via TKO at 2:30 of Round 1.

6. Middleweight: Aaron Phillips (5-1) defeated Jason Flowers (1-4) via TKO at :15 of Round 2.

Submission of the Night: Marv Alexie

Knockout of the Night: Devin Paulsen

Fight of the Night: Devin Paulsen vs Alex Perue

Sunday, December 8, 2019

Pancrase 311 Results





Pancrase 311 took place December 8th from Studio Coast in Tokyo, Japan. In the main event Emi Fujino won the interim strawweight title with a third round stoppage of Jang Hyunji. Throughout the fight it was Fujino stalking down her opponent and landing punches while Hyunji landed the occasional counter. Late in the second Fujino started looking for submissions in the clinch and again in the third before sinking in the rear naked choke for the tap. Earlier Mariya Suzuki took a close split decision from Nori Date. Date took the first round landing harder punches but after that Suzuki upped her aggression and began landing more and two of the three judges took her side. Also sixteen year old Karen Date defeated Diana by decision. Date looked great continuing to be aggressive throughout and landing some very creative strikes. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Flyweight: Tiger Date (8-11-7) defeated Kenji Yamanaka (7-8-1) via Split Decision. We scored it 29-28 Date.

2. Flyweight: Daiki Nishimura (2-1) defeated Kento Mizutani (2-4) via Unanimous Decision. We scored it 29-28 Nishimura.

3. Bantamweight: Kazuki Itaya (7-10-5) defeated Nobuhisa Kudo (9-9-2) via Unanimous Decision. We scored it 29-28 Kudo.

4. Featherweight: Yuki Takahashi (8-2) defeated Kaneaki Watanabe (6-9) via Technical Submission (Triangle Choke) at 1:39 of Round 1.

5. Bantamweight: Sho Sekihara (3-0) defeated Shigeki Iijima (3-6) via TKO at 2:16 of Round 1.

6. Strawweight: Karen Date (1-0) defeated Diana (0-1) via Unanimous Decision. We scored it 30-27 Date.

7. Flyweight: Naoki Arikawa (5-1-1) defeated Ryosuke Kano (7-7) via Split Decision. We scored it 30-27 Kano.

8. Featherweight: Taiyo Hayashi (8-7) defeated Mayo Komori (9-3) via Unanimous Decision. We scored it 29-28 Hayashi.

9. Strawweight: Teppei Maeyana (5-7) defeated Takafumi Ato (9-10) via KO at 2:30 of Round 1.

10. Flyweight: Ryuichi Miki (21-12-4) defeated Masatatsu Ueda (16-5-2) via Split Decision. We scored it 30-27 Miki.

11. Flyweight: Mariya Suzuki (2-3) defeated Nori Date (3-4) via Split Decision. We scored it 29-28 Suzuki.

12. Featherweight: Victor Hugo (20-4) defeated Shinsuke Komei (3-2) via Unanimous Decision. We scored it 30-27 Hugo.

13. Flyweight: Luthando Biko (7-2) defeated Taiki Akiba (10-9-1) via Unanimous Decision. We scored it 30-27 Biko.

14. Bantamweight: Saimon Oliveira (17-3) defeated Wataru Mimura (12-3-2) via Technical Submission (Guillotine Choke) at 1:14 of Round 1.

15. Interim Strawweight Title: Emi Fujino (25-11) defeated Jang Hyunji (3-3) via Tapout (Rear Naked Choke) at 3:20 of Round 3.

Submission of the Night: Yuki Takahashi

Knockout of the Night: Teppei Maeyama

Fight of the Night: Karen Date vs Diana

Saturday, December 7, 2019

UFC on ESPN 7: Overeem vs Rozenstruik Results





UFC on ESPN 7 took place December 7th from Capital One Arena in Washington D.C. In women's action Marina Rodriguez and Cynthia Calvillo fought to a draw. Round one was close with Rodriguez winning the stand-up but Calvillo mixed in some takedowns and had her moments. Round two was all Rodriguez landing some good shots on the feet and the ground. Round three saw Calvillo make a comeback and be on the verge of getting the finish which convinced two of the judges to give her a 10-8 round to get the draw. Earlier Aspen Ladd got back on track with a win over Yana Kunitskaya. The story of the fight was Ladd getting clinches but Kunitskaya doing a good job of avoiding serious damage and being fairly active in the clinch. Round one Ladd sealed the round late with a takedown. Round two, Kunitskaya's activity in the clinch was good and maybe got her the round. Round three Ladd came out with a renewed aggression and dropped her and got the stoppage. Also, Virna Jandiroba got her first UFC win over Mallory Martin who stepped in on short notice. Martin was looking for a guillotine in round one but Jandiroba used her excellent ground game to escape and look for her own submissions. In round two it went back to the ground and Jandiroba got the choke and win. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Middleweight: Makhmud Muradov (24-6) defeated Trevor Smith (15-10) via KO at 4:09 of Round 3.

2. Strawweight: Virna Jandiroba (15-1) defeated Mallory Martin (6-3) via Tapout (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:16 of Round 2.

3. Lightweight: Joe Solecki (9-2) defeated Matt Wiman (16-9) via Unanimous Decision (30-26/30-26/30-27). We scored it 30-26 Solecki.

4. Featherweight: Bryce Mitchell (12-0) defeated Matt Sayles (8-3) via Tapout (Twister) at 4:20 of Round 1.

5. Featherweight: Billy Quarantillo (13-2) defeated Jacob Kilburn (8-3) via Tapout (Triangle Choke) at 3:18 fo Round 2.

6. Welterweight: Tim Means (29-11, 1NC) defeated Thiago Alves (28-15) via Tapout (Guillotine Choke) at 2:38 of Round 1.

7. Bantamweight: Rob Font (17-4) defeated Ricky Simon (15-3) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/30-27). We scored it 29-28 Font.

8. Bantamweight: Cody Stamman (18-2-1) vs Song Yadong (15-4-1, 1NC) was ruled a Majority Draw (29-27 Stamann/28-28/28-28). We scored it 29-27 Stamann.

9. Bantamweight: Aspen Ladd (9-1) defeated Yana Kunitskaya (12-5, 1NC) via TKO at :33 of Round 3.

10. Heavyweight: Ben Rothwell (37-12) defeated Stefan Struve (33-12) via TKO at 4:57 of Round 2.

11. Strawweight: Marina Rodriguez (12-0-2) vs Cynthia Calvillo (8-1-1) was ruled a Majority Draw (29-28 Rodriguez/28-28/28-28). We scored it 29-28 Calvillo.

12. Heavyweight: Jairzinho Rozenstruik (10-0) defeated Alistair Overeem (45-18, 1NC) via KO at 4:56 of Round 5.

Submission of the Night: Bryce Mitchell

Knockout of the Night: Makhmud Muradov

Fight of the Night: Marina Rodriguez vs Cynthia Calvillo

Saturday, November 30, 2019

Polaris 12 Results






Polaris 12 took place November 30th from ICC Newport in Newport, Wales. The grappling card featured a female bout as Michelle Nicolini defeated Vanessa English. English came out the aggressor early looking for the upset and was able to get some things done. But Nicolini took over and eventually got the submission with a toe hold. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. No Gi 90KG Catch Weight: Nastasa Silviu Georgian defeated Jamie Hughes via Reverse Triangle at 4:48.

2. No Gi 85KG Catch Weight: Fred Greenall defeated Shane Price via Armbar at 7:00.

3. No Gi 79KG Catch Weight: Jeremy Skinner defeated Eoghan O'Flanagan via Heel Hook at 6:18.

4. No Gi 95KG Catch Weight: Frederic Vosgrone defeated Ash Amos via Guillotine Choke at 4:03.

5. No Gi Welterweight: Craig Ewers defeated Liam Cann via Unanimous Decision. We had it for Ewers.

6. No Gi Lightweight: Stephen Ramos defeated Justus Goeschel via Unanimous Decision. We had it for Ramos.

7. No Gi Light Heavyweight: Shane Fishman defeated Stefan Petrov via Heel Hook at 2:12.

8. Gi 79 KG Catch Weight: Espen Mathiesen defeated Bryn Jenkins via Armbar at 2:43.

9. No Gi Welterweight: PJ Barch defeated Marcin Held via Split Decision. We had it for Barch.

10. No Gi Heavyweight: Devhonte Johnson defeated Anya Esfandmaz via Unanimous Decision. We had it for Esfandmaz.

11. Np Gi 57KG Catch Weight: Michelle Nicolini defeated Vanessa English via Toe Hold at 9:34.

12. Gi 80KG Catch Weight: Tommy Langaker defeated Gilbert Burns via Unanimous Decision. We had it for Langaker.

13. No Gi Bantamweight Title: Ash Williams defeated Richard Alarcon via Armbar at 1:39.

14. No Gi 104.3KG: Nick Rodriguez defeated Luke Rockhold via Unanimous Decision. We scored it for Rodriguez.

Submission of the Night: Ash Williams

Fight of the Night: Tommy Langaker vs Gilbert Burns

Quintet: Fight Night 4 Results





Quintet Fight Night 4 took place November 30th from Akita City Cultural Center in Akita City, Japan. Quintet features four teams of five competing in a grappling tournament. Two teams compete against each other and the winners advance. The teams were Team Carpe Diem, Team K-Top BJJ, TEam Sakuraba and Team Paraestra. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Tomoyuki Hashimoto vs Inseong Jang was declared a Draw.

2. Sotaro Yamada defeated Youngseung Cho via Kneebar at 6:45.

3. Sotaro Yamada defeated Gyeongseop Lee via Rear Naked Choke at 2:44

4. Sotaro Yamada vs Jun Yong Cho was declared a Draw.

5. Masahiro Iwasaki vs Wonki Chae was declared a Draw.

6. Shutaro Debana defeated Ayumu Shioda via Armbar at 2:54

7. Shutaro Debana vs Kohei Yasumi was declared a Double Disqualification.

8. Yoichi Fukumoto vs Yusuke Honma was declared a Draw.

9. Shoki Higuchi defeated Yuji Hoshino via Armbar at 1:25.

10. Daisuke Nakamura defeated Yutaka Saito via Kneebar at 5:17.

11. Haisam Rida defeated Kyle Chambers via Split Decision.

12. Ironman Rules: Minowaman defeated Hideo Tokoro 1-0.

13. Ironman Rules: Kazushi Sakuraba defeated Takanori Gomi 2-1.

14. Tomoshige Sera defeated Kazuhiro Suzuki via Flying Armbar at :43.

15. Tomoshige Sera defeated Shutaro Debana via Kneebar at :26.

16. Tomoshige Sera vs Yuji Hoshino was declared a Draw.

17. Yukinari Tamura vs Daisuke Nakamura was declared a Draw.

18. Sotaro Yamada defeated Yoichi Fukumoto via Ankle Lock at :43.

Submission of the Night: Tomoshige Sera Flying Armbar over Kazuhiro Suzuki

Fight of the Night: Daisuke Nakamura vs Yutaka Saito

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

WXC 84: Warrior Wednesday 9 Results






WXC 84 took place November 27th from Crystal Gardens in Southgate, Michigan. In the main event, late replacement Chris Brown dominated current lightweight champ Austin Tweedy in a non-title bout. From the beginning Brown used some unique strikes, both punches and kicks to get Tweedy backing up and had him bleeding. Late in round one Brown really had him hurt and poured it on forcing the ref to stop it. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Super Heavyweight: Lawrence Bonds (3-2) defeated Ryan Hall (2-7) via TKO at :24 of Round 1.

2. Heavyweight: Jonathan Martin (2-0) defeated Abel Valdez (0-1) via TKO at 3:00 of Round 1.

3. Heavyweight: Marcus Moulding (7-10) defeated Carlton Little (7-8) via Tapout (Guillotine Choke) at :49 of Round 1.

4. Welterweight: Khaos Williams (9-1) defeated Jeremie Holloway (10-4) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Williams.

5. Welterweight: Chris Brown (5-1) defeated Austin Tweedy (11-3) via TKO at 3:46 of Round 1.

Submission of the Night: Marcus Moulding

Knockout of the Night: Chris Brown

Fight of the Night: Khaos Williams vs Jeremie Holloway

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Absolute Muay Thai 54: Lumpinee Results





Absolute Muay Thai 54 took place November 26th from Lumpinee Stadium in Lumpinee, Thailand. In the Main Event Yodudon Bestbet 9955 defeated Phetmuangpan Bamrungsit via knockout in the third round. 9955 came out aggressive and dropped him twice in the second round and seemed on the verge of getting the finish but time ran out. Round three saw him drop him with a hard elbow and that was the end. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. 113LB: Phonphom Chor.Hapayak (41-20) defeated Meechai Por.Eiamheng (40-10-1) via Decision. We scored it 48-48.

2. 120LB: Sadaowhan Sitjatert (41-15-5) defeated Phetlamphun Dangkhaosai (35-10-1) via Decision. We scored it 48-48.

3. 113LB: Yodudon Bestbet 9955 (61-10) defeated Phetmuangpan Bamrungsit (50-19-1) via KO at 1:10 of Round 3.

4. 130LB: Phetsakchai Bunrungsit (50-13-2) defeated Lookprahkal Sor.Salacheep (56-25-1) via Decision. We scored it 48-47 Bungrungsit.

Knockout of the Night: Yodudon Bestbet 9955

Fight of the Night: Phetsakchai Bunrungsit vs Lookprahkal Sor.Salacheep

Saturday, November 16, 2019

Bare Knuckle Fighting Championships 9: Lobov vs Knight 2 Results






BKFC 9 took place November 16th from Mississippi Coast Convention Center in Biloxi, Mississippi. In women's action current featherweight champion Helen Peralta won a non-title bout with Maia Kahaunaele. After a few seconds of trading shots Peralta took over, using good head movement to avoid getting hit with much of anything and landing effective shots before dropping her. Kahaunaele managed to get up but she was dropped two more times and after the third the ref called it off. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Welterweight: Joe Pegg (1-1 BKB/6-6 MMA) defeated Adam Pellerano (1-1 BKB) via KO at :46 of Round 1.

2. Heavyweight: Wes Combs (1-0 BKB/20-6 MMA) defeated Adrian Miles (0-1 BKB/0-3 Boxing/16-12 MMA) via Disqualification (Illegal ground strike) at :19 of Round 1.

3. Middleweight: Kaleb Harris (2-1 BKB/3-1 MMA) defeated Jeff Chiffens (1-1 BKB) via TKO at 2:00 of Round 2.

4. Cruiserweight: Chris Sarro (1-0 BKB/1-0 MMA) defeated John McAllister (0-1 BKB/0-2 MMA) via KO at 1:32 of Round 1.

5. Super Middleweight: Kenny Licea (1-0 BKB/0-1 Boxing/4-5 MMA) defeated Harris Stephenson (2-2 BKB/6-2 MMA) via TKO at 1:03 of Round 1.

6. Featherweight: Helen Peralta (2-0 BKB/2-1 MMA) defeated Maia Kahaunaele (0-1 BKB/0-0-1 Boxing/6-5 MMA) via KO at 1:57 of Round 1.

7. Welterweight: Johnny Bedford (5-0 BKB/23-14-1 MMA) defeated Charles Bennett (0-2 BKB/30-41-2 MMA) via TKO (Injury) at 2:00 of Round 2.

8. Heavyweight Title and Police Gazette Heavyweight Title: Joey Beltran (3-1-1 BKB/18-15 MMA) defeated Chase Sherman (1-1-1 BKB/14-6 MMA) via Unanimous Decision. We scored it 48-47 Beltran.

9. Super Welterweight: Jason Knight (1-1 BKB/20-6 MMA) defeated Artem Lobov (2-1 BKB/14-15-1 MMA) via KO at :29 of Round 5.

Knockout of the Night: Chris Sarr0

Fight of the Night: Joey Beltran vs Chase Sherman

UFC Fight Night 164: Blachowicz vs Jacare Results






UFC Fight Night 164 took place November 16th from Ginasio do Ibirapuera in Sao Paulo, Brazil. In women's action Ariane Lipski beat Isabela De Padua in an exciting fight. De Padua took the fight on one days notice and was the third different scheduled opponent for Lipski. Round one saw Lipski come out very aggressive and land some really good shots before De Padua got her down and landed some shots. Round two saw Lipski do damage from the top and get an extra point when De Padua was deducted a point for kicking the face of a downed opponent. In round three De Padua got some work done on the ground but too little too late. Also Tracy Cortez took a decision from Vanessa Melo using better striking and cage control although Melo did have some good moments. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Bantamweight: Tracy Cortez (7-1) defeated Vanessa Melo (10-7) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/29-28). We scored it 30-26 Cortez.

2. Flyweight: Ariane Lipski (12-5) defeated Isabela De Padua (5-2) via Unanimous Decision (30-26/30-26/29-27). We scored it 29-27 Lipski.

3. Featherweight: Douglas Silva de Andrade (26-3, 1NC) defeated Renan Barao (36-9, 1NC) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-26). We scored it 29-28 de Andrade.

4. Welterweight: Randy Brown (12-3) defeated Warlley Alves (14-4) via Tapout (Triangle Choke) at 1:22 of Round 2.

5. Lightweight: Francisco Trinaldo (24-7) defeated Bobby Green (24-10-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Trinaldo.

6. Featherweight: Ricardo Ramos (14-2) defeated Eduardo Garagorri (13-1) via Tapout (Rear Naked Choke) at 3:57 of Round 1.

7. Welterweight: James Krause (26-8) defeated Sergio Moraes (14-7-1) via KO at 4:19 of Round 3.

8. Middleweight: Wellington Turman (16-3) defeated Markus Perez (11-3) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Turman.

9. Middleweight: Andre Muniz (19-4) defeated Antonio Arroyo (9-3) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 29-28 Muniz.

10. Lightweight: Charles Oliveira (28-8, 1NC) defeated Jared Gordon (15-4) via KO at 1:26 of Round 1.

11. Light Heavyweight: Maurcio Rua (26-11-1) vs Paul Craig (12-4-1) was ruled a Split Draw (29-28 Rua/29-28 Craig/28-28). We scored it 29-28 Rua.

12. Light Heavyweight: Jan Blachowicz (25-8) defeated Ronaldo Souza (26-8, 1NC) via Split Decision (47-48/48-47/48-47). We scored it 48-47 Souza.

Submission of the Night: Ricardo Ramos

Knockout of the Night: Charles Oliveira

Fight of the Night: Ariane Lipski vs Isabela De Padua

Friday, November 15, 2019

LFA 78: Yanez vs Estrada Results





LFA 78 took place November 15th from Bell County Expo Center in Belton, Texas. In women's action Cheyanne Buys took a decision from Rebecca Adney. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Amateur Bantamweight: Jose Holguin (3-2) defeated Marquis Jones (0-3) via Tapout (Armbar) at :29 of Round 2.

2. Amateur Lightweight: Michael Duran (1-1) defeated Artwaun Steele (1-1) via Tapout (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:16 of Round 3.

3. Welterweight: Steve Jones (5-1) defeated Mario Nelson (1-2) via TKO at 1:56 of Round 2.

4. 150LB Catch Weight: Elijah Johns (5-1) defeated Michael Murphy (2-2) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Johns.

5. Strawweight: Cheyanne Buys (4-1) defeated Rebecca Adney (0-3) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Buys.

6. Heavyweight: Vernon Lewis (7-4) defeated Travon Butler (2-1) via Majority Decision (29-27/29-27/28-28). We scored it 29-27 Lewis.

7. Bantamweight: JP Buys (8-2) defeated Chris Rodriguez Jr. (4-3) via TKO at 1:13 of Round 1.

8. Lightweight: Brant Moore Jr. (7-1) defeated Nation Gibrick (3-1) via Tapout (Arm Triangle) at 3:23 of Round 1.

9. Bantamweight: Jose Johnson (11-5) defeated Rafael Costa (11-3) via KO at 2:00 of Round 1.

10. Bantamweight: Adrian Yanez (10-3) defeated Kyle Estrada (10-5) via Split Decision (29-28/28-29/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Yanez.

Submission of the Night: Brant Moore Jr.

Knockout of the Night: Jose Johnson

Fight of the Night: Adrian Yanez vs Kyle Estrada

Saturday, November 9, 2019

UFC Fight Night 163: Zabit vs Kattar Results





UFC Fight Night 163 took place November 9th from CSKA Arena in Moscow, Russia. In women's action Pannie Kianzad scored a win for the second time over Jessica-Rose Clark. Kianzad out struck Clark over three rounds landing more frequent and harder shots. Clark showed a lot of toughness, taking all Kianzad had to offer and kept coming forward but it wasn't enough to get the decision. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Bantamweight: Davey Grant (11-4) defeated Grigorii Popov (13-3) via Split Decision (29-28/28-29/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Popov.

2. Bantamweight: Pannie Kianzad (13-5) defeated Jessica-Rose Clark (9-6, 1NC) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Kianzad.

3. Lightweight: Roosevelt Roberts (9-1) defeated Alexander Yakovlev (24-9-1) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Roberts.

4. Welterweight: David Zawada (17-5) defeated Abubakar Nurmagomedov (15-3-1) via Tapout (Triangle Choke) at 2:50 of Round 1.

5. Middleweight: Karl Roberson (9-2) defeated Roman Kopylov (8-1) via Tapout (Rear Naked Choke) at 4:01 of Round 3.

6. Welterweight: Rustam Khabilov (24-4) defeated Sergey Khandozhko (27-6-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Khabilov.

7. Light Heavyweight: Magomed Ankalaev (12-1) defeated Dalcha Lungiambula (10-2) via KO at :29 of Round 3.

8. Light Heavyweight: Shamil Gamzatov (14-0) defeated Klidson Abreu (15-4) via Split Decision (28-29/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Abreu.

9. Welterweight: Anthony Rocco Martin (17-5) defeated Ramazan Emeev (18-4) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Martin.

10. Light Heavyweight: Ed Herman (26-14, 1NC) defeated Khadis Ibragimov (8-2) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/29-28). We scored it 30-27 Herman.

11. Welterweight: Danny Roberts (17-5) defeated Zelim Imadaev (8-2) via KO at 4:54 of Round 2.

12. Heavyweight: Alexander Volkov (31-7) defeated Greg Hardy (5-2, 1NC) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Volkov.

13. Featherweight: Zabit Magomedsharipov (18-1) defeated Calvin Kattar (20-4) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Magomedsharipov.

Submission of the Night: Karl Roberson

Knockout of the Night: Magomed Ankalaev

Fight of the Night: Davey Grant vs Grigorii Popov

Friday, November 8, 2019

Bellator 233: Salter vs Van Steenis Results





Bellator 233 took place November 8th from WinStar World Casino in Thackerville, Oklahoma. In women's action Arlene Blencowe took a decision from Leslie Smith in a possible number one contenders bout. Round one saw Smith push Blencowe to the cage and try and use dirty boxing while Blencowe did some work to in a close round. The next two rounds saw Blencowe use her boxing to keep the fight at a good range for her and take the decision. Earlier Amanda Bell got a third round stoppage of Janay Harding. Round one saw Harding seize control on the feet. Round two Bell came back and got the fight to the ground and dominated and in round three more of the same and Bell was able to get the TKO. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Light Heavyweight: Grant Neal (2-0) defeated Jimmy Lugo (1-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-26/29-28/30-26). We scored it 30-27 Neal.

2. Light Heavyweight: Christian Edwards (2-0) defeated Cesar Bennett (0-1) via KO at :16 of Round 1.

3. Middleweight: Romero Cotton (4-0) defeated Jason Perrotta (3-4) via Verbal Submission (Injury) at 2:16 of Round 1.

4. Welterweight: Kyle Crutchmer (5-0) defeated Robert Gidron (4-4) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Crutchmer.

5. Featherweight: Amanda Bell (7-6) defeated Janay Harding (5-4) via TKO at 4:44 of Round 3.

6. Light Heavyweight: Julius Anglickas (8-1) defeated Jordan Young (11-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Anglickas.

7. 175LB Catch Weight: Logan Storley (11-0) defeated E.J. Brooks (13-6) via TKO (Injury) at 5:00 of Round 1.

8. Light Heavyweight: Tyree Fortune (5-0) defeated Chuck Campbell (2-1) via Split Decision (28-29/29-28/29-28). We scored it 30-27 Campbell.

9. Heavyweight: Tyrell Fortune (8-0) defeated Zu Anyanwu (15-6) via TKO at 1:56 of Round 2.

10. Featherweight: Arlene Blencowe (13-7) defeated Leslie Smith (11-8-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Blencowe.

11. 195LB Catch Weight: Andrew Kapel (15-6) defeated Mo Lawal (21-10) via KO at 1:22 of Round 1.

12. Middleweight: John Salter (17-4) defeated Costello Van Steenis (12-2) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Salter.

13. Featherweight: Lucas Brennan (2-0) defeated Jacob Landin (0-3) via Tapout (Short Choke) at 3:38 of Round 1.

14. Lightweight: Aaron McKenzie (7-1-1) defeated Sean Clements (3-2) via Tapout (Rear Naked Choke) at 4:32 of Round 2.

Submission of the Night: Aaron McKenzie

Knockout of the Night: Christian Edwards

Fight of the Night: John Salter vs Costello Van Steenis

Sunday, November 3, 2019

Eternal MMA 49 Results





Eternal MMA 49 took place November 1st from Southport Sharks in Southport, Queensland, Australia. In women's action Chelsea Hackett scored her second pro win with a TKO win over Nicole Szepesvary. Round one saw Szepesvary doing all she could to get the fight to the ground and was successful at it and looked for submissions while there. Hack for her part was very good on defensive and never in real trouble. In round two Szepevary threw a kick and Hackett caught the kick and swept her other leg and as Szepesvary landed, she landed hard and was out forcing the ref to stop it. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. 150LB Catch Weight: Mitch Heron (6-1) defeated Brett Jacobson (5-8) via TKO at 3:46 of Round 3.

2. Welterweight: Dimps Gillies (3-1) defeated Sam Flint (2-2) via TKO at 4:22 of Round 1.

3. Flyweight: Chelsea Hackett (2-0-1) defeated Nicole Szepesvary (2-2) via TKO at :08 of Round 2.

4. Featherweight: Diego Pereira (6-3) defeated Michael Tobin (16-3) via TKO at :42 of Round 3.

5. Lightweight Title: Josh Togo (7-3) defeated David Martinez (6-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Togo.

Knockout of the Night: Diego Pereira

Fight of the Night: Josh Togo vs David Martinez

Saturday, November 2, 2019

UFC 244: Masvidal vs Diaz Results






UFC 244 took place November 2nd from Madison Square Garden in New York, New York. In women's action Katlyn Chookagian staked her claim to a flyweight title shot with a victory over Jennifer Maia. Chookagian did a great job using her length to land punches and kicks from the outside and frustrate Maia who tried to get inside but wasn't able to do so much. In the end all three judges sided with Chookagian. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Featherweight: Hakeem Dawodu (11-1-1) defeated Julio Arce (16-4) via Split Decision (29-28/28-29/29-28). We scored it 30-27 Dawodu.

2. Welterweight: Lyman Good (21-5, 1NC) defeated Chance Rencountre (14-4) via TKO at 2:03 of Round 3.

3. Flyweight: Katlyn Chookagian (13-2) defeated Jennifer Maia (17-6-1) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 30-28 Chookagian.

4. Heavyweight: Jairzinho Rozenstruik (9-0) defeated Andrei Arlovski (28-19, 2NC) via KO at :29 of Round 1.

5. Middleweight: Edmen Shahbazyan (11-0) defeated Brad Tavares (17-7) via KO at 2:27 of Round 1.

6. Featherweight: Shane Burgos (13-1) defeated Makwan Amirkhani (15-4) via TKO at 4:32 of Round 3.

7. Light Heavyweight: Corey Anderson (14-4) defeated Johnny Walker (17-4) via TKO at 2:07 of Round 1.

8. Lightweight: Kevin Lee (18-5) defeated Gregor Gillespie (13-1) via KO at 2:47 of Round 1.

9. Heavyweight: Derrick Lewis (22-7, 1NC) defeated Blagoy Ivanov (18-3, 1NC) via Split Decision (30-27/28-29/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Ivanov.

10. Welterweight: Stephen Thompson (15-4-1) defeated Vicente Luque (17-7-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-26/30-26/29-27). We scored it 30-27 Thompson.

11. Middleweight: Darren Till (18-2-1) defeated Kelvin Gastelum (16-5, 1NC) via Split Decision (27-30/29-28/30-27). We scored it 29-28 Till.

12. BMF Title/Welterweight: Jorge Masvidal (35-13) defeated Nate Diaz (21-12) via TKO (Doctor's Stoppage) at 5:00 of Round 3.

Knockout of the Night: Kevin Lee

Fight of the Night: Jorge Masvidal vs Nate Diaz

Friday, November 1, 2019

Invicta FC 38: Murata vs Ducote Results






Invicta FC 38 took place November 1st from Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas. In the Main Event, Kanako Murata won the vacant strawweight tile taking a close decision from Emily Ducote. The story of the bout was Murata using her wrestling to try and control from top position while Ducote was good defensively looking for submissions of her back. In the end two of the three judges sided with Murata. In the co-main event, flyweight champ Vanessa Porto defeated Karina Rodriguez in a bout that was changed from a title fight to a non-title fight when Rodriguez missed weight. Porto was in control early landing hard fast shots but Rodriguez rallied late to hurt Porto but it wasn't enough according the the judges. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Award.

1. Bantamweight: Teneisha Tennant (2-0) defeated Serena DeJesus (1-1) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Tennant.

2. Featherweight: Auttumn Norton (1-1) defeated Yaya Rincon (2-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-26/30-26/30-26). We scored it 30-26 Norton.

3. Bantamweight: Lisa Verzosa (5-0) defeated Kerri Kenneson (3-2) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Verzosa.

4. Flyweight: Shanna Young (7-2) defeated Maiju Suotama (8-5) via Unanimous Decision (29-27/28-27/28-26). We scored it 28-28.

5. Strawweight: Mallory Martin (6-2) defeated Cynthia Arceo (5-2-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-26/30-26/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Martin.

6. Flyweight: Vanessa Porto (22-8) defeated Karina Rodriguez (8-4) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Rodriguez.

7. Strawweight Title: Kanako Murata (11-1) defeated Emily Ducote (8-6) via Split Decision (48-47/47-48/49-46). We scored it 48-47 Murata.

Fight of the Night: Lisa Verzosa vs Kerri Kenneson

Sunday, October 27, 2019

Cage Warriors 109 Results





Cage Warriors 109 took place October 26th from Resorts World Arena in Birmingham, England. In the main event Jai Herbert successfully defended his lightweight title with a knockout of Cain Carrizosa. Herbert came out aggressively right from the beginning backing his opponent up with hard punches. They clinched up with Herbert doing nice work in the clinch. They separated and it was more of the same before Hebert got the knockout with a knee to the head. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Middleweight: Mick Stanton (6-3) defeated Michael Younis (2-2) via Tapout (Rear Naked Choke) at 3:54 of Round 2.

2. Featherweight: Perry Goodwin (9-7) defeated Samir Alekozai (9-3) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-26). We scored it 29-28 Goodwin.

3. Bantamweight: Chris Miah (9-2) defeated Brian Bouland (9-3) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Miah.

4. Featherweight: Morgan Charriere (15-7-1) defeated Dean Trueman (10-6) via TKO at 1:08 of Round 3.

5. Lightweight Title: Jai Herbert (10-1) defeated Cain Carrrizosa (11-4) via KO at 3:26 of Round 1.

Submission of the Night: Mick Stanton

Knockout of the Night: Jai Herbert

Fight of the Night: Mick Stanton vs Michael Younis

Saturday, October 26, 2019

RISE Invitational 8 Results





RISE 8 took place on October 26th from The Space at Westbury Theater in Westbury, New York. The grappling card was submission only meaning if no one had a submission in the time limit, it was ruled a draw except for title bouts. In women's action Danielle Kelly defeated Invicta FC fighter Jillian DeCoursey via knee bar. As I am Jillian's manager, per my own rules, I won't give detailed commentary on the fight. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. 158LB: Damien Anderson defeated Kyvann Gonzalez via Heel Hook at 3:53.

2. 180LB: Pat DeFranco defeated Johnny Pierro via Arm Lock at 3:03.

3. 155LB: Nick Gullo defeated Angel Rodriguez Jr. via Rear Naked Choke at 4:31

4. 185LB: Muhammad Caldwell vs Anthony Giaccchina went to a Draw.

5. 155LB: Brian Trotta vs Kurt Chase Patrick went to a Draw.

6. 160LB: Rob Degle defeated Mike Spattafora via Heel Hook at 1:09.

7. 160LB: Nick Gallucio vs Adam De Oliveira went to a Draw.

8. Heavyweight Title Semi-Finals: Ed Abrasely defeated Josh Key via Rear Naked Choke at 6:04.

9. Heavyweight Title Semi-Finals: Nick Wolz defeated Viktor Vaughn via Toe Hold at 9:42.

10. 115LB: Danielle Kelly defeated Jillian DeCoursey via Knee Bar at 2:55.

11. Light Heavyweight Title: Joe Mugnai defeated Erik Sommer via Overtime Escape Time.

12. Heavyweight Title Finals: Ed Abrasely defeated Nick Wolz via Rear Naked Choke at 3:38.

13. Featherweight Title: Frank Rosenthal defeated Benjamin Tapia via Heel Hook at 5:12.

14. 165LB: Bill Algeo vs Phillipe Nover went to a Draw.

Submission of the Night: Rob Degle

Match of the Night: Bill Algeo vs Phillipe Nover

UFC Fight Night 162: Maia vs Askren Results





UFC Fight Night 162 took place October 26th from Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang, Singapore. In women's action Randa Markos took split decision in a very good fight with Ashley Yoder. Most of the fight took place on the ground with each round playing out fairly similar with Yoder starting out on top and landing some punches with Markos looking for submissions from the bottom and sweeping to get on top and doing her own damage. In the end two of the three judges sides with Markos. Earlier Loma Lookboonmee made a good impression in her UFC debut taking a split decision from Alexandra Albu. Lookboonmee used her superior Muay Thai to land very good strikes both in and out of the clinch that had Albu's face damaged. Albu had a moment or two in round two where she landed some good punches but it was mainly Lookboonmee on offense. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Heavyweight: Raphael Pessoa (10-1) defeated Jeff Hughes (10-3, 1NC) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 29-28 Pessoa.

2. Strawweight: Loma Lookboonmee (4-1) defeated Alexandra Albu (7-2) via Split Decision (30-27/28-29/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Lookboonmee.

3. Heavyweight: Sergei Pavlovich (14-1) defeated Maurice Greene (8-4) via TKO at 2:11 of Round 1.

4. Featherweight: Movsar Evloev (12-0) defeated Enrique Barzola (17-5-1) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/30-27). We scored it 29-28 Evloev.

5. Lightweight: Rafael Fiziev (7-1) defeated Alex White (13-6) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Fiziev.

6. Strawweight: Randa Markos (10-8-1) defeated Ashley Yoder (7-5) via Split Decision (29-28/28-29/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Markos.

7. Welterweight: Muslim Salikhov (16-2) defeated Laureano Staropoli (9-2) via Unanimous Decision (30-26/30-26/29-28). We scored it 30-27 Salikhov.

8. Heavyweight: Ciryl Gane (5-0) defeated Don'Tale Mayes (7-3) via Tapout (Heel Hook) at 4:46 of Round 3.

9. Lightweight: Beneil Dariush (17-4-1) defeated Frank Camacho (22-8) via Tapout (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:02 of Round 1.

10. Lightweight: Stevie Ray (23-9) defeated Michael Johnson (20-15) via Majority Decision (29-28/29-28/28-28). We scored it 29-28 Johnson.

11. Welterweight: Demian Maia (28-9) defeated Ben Askren (19-2, 1NC) via Technical Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 3:54 of Round 3.

Submission of the Night: Demian Maia

Knockout of the Night: Sergei Pavlovich

Fight of the Night: Randa Markos vs Ashley Yoder

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship 8: Silva vs Gonzaga Results






BKFC 8 took place October 19th from Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa, Florida. In women's action Delaney Owen won her BKFC debut by defeating Sheena Starr. Round one saw Starr coming forward aggressively with Owen content to back up and look to counter. Starr looked to have been hurt but kept coming forward. Round two saw more of the same before Owen dropped her. Starr was able to beat the count and get up but then fell back to a knee and the ref called it off. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Middleweight: Zach Juusola (11-6 MMA/1-1 BKB) defeated Fred Pierce (1-6 MMA/0-1 BKB) via KO at :33 of Round 2.

2. Light Heavyweight: Jared Warren (1-2 MMA/1-0 BKB) defeated Brian Maxwell (2-3 MMA/0-1 BKB) via KO at 1:59 of Round 1.

3. Cruiserweight: Gustavo Trujillo (2-1 MMA/1-0 BKB) defeated Rob Morrow (25-22-1 MMA/0-1 Muay Thai/0-1 BKB) via KO at :35 of Round 1.

4. Light Heavyweight: David Mundell (10-5 MMA/0-1 Boxing/1-1 BKB) defeated Ronnie Forney (3-1 MMA/0-1 BKB) via TKO at 1:09 of Round 2.

5. Super Middleweight: Joey Angelo (6-1 MMA/2-1 BKB) defeated Walber Barros (6-7 MMA/1-2 BKB) via Split Decision (48-47/47-48/49-46). We scored it 48-47 Angelo.

6. Super Flyweight: Delaney Owen (3-2 MMA/0-3 Boxing/1-0 BKB) defeated Sheena Starr (0-4 MMA/1-1 BKB) via TKO at 1:01 of Round 2.

7. Cruiserweight: Lorenzo Hunt (3-5 MMA/2-0 BKB) defeated Reggie Pena (14-6 MMA/6-10 Boxing/0-1 BKB) via TKO (Doctor's Stoppage) at 2:00 of Round 3.

8. Lightweight: Abdiel Velazquez (9-6 MMA/3-1 BKB) defeated Rick Caruso (0-4 MMA/2-1 Boxing/0-1 BKB) via TKO at :11 of Round 2.

9. Lightweight: Dat Nguyen (26-3 Boxing/1-0 BKB) defeated Travis Thompson (3-1 MMA/7-12-3 Boxing/1-3 BKB) via Unanimous Decision (50-45/50-45/49-46). We scored it 50-45 Nguyen.

10. Super Welterweight: Jim Alers (14-4 MMA/3-0 BKB) defeated Julian Lane (12-9-1 MMA/2-2 BKB) via TKO at :53 of Round 2.

11. Heavyweight: Gabriel Gonzaga (17-12 MMA/1-0 Boxing/1-0 BKB) defeated Antonio Silva (19-12 MMA/0-1 Kickboxing/0-1 BKB) via TKO at 1:50 of Round 2.

Knockout of the Night: Jared Warren

Fight of the Night: Lorenzo Hunt vs Reggie Pena

Friday, October 18, 2019

UFC On ESPN 6: Reyes vs Weidman Results





UFC on ESPN 6 took place October 18th from TD Gardens in Boston, Massachusetts. In women's action Maycee Barber took the next step in her career making short work of Gillian Robertson. Right out of the gate Barber was landing hard punches that had Robertson reeling. Robertson looked for takedowns but was unable to secure them and Barber landed more shots and the ref called it off. Earlier Molly McCann continued her roll taking a decision from Diana Belbita. McCann was her normal aggressive self and was just outlanding Belbita and had her backing up and took an easy decision. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Heavyweight: Tanner Boser (17-5-1) defeated Daniel Spitz (6-3) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Boser.

2. Middleweight: Brendan Allen (13-3) defeated Kevin Holland (16-5) via Tapout (Rear Naked Choke) at 3:38 of Round 2.

3. Welterweight: Sean Brady (11-0) defeated Court McGee (20-9) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/30-27/30-27). We scored it 29-28 Brady.

4. Bantamweight: Randy Costa (5-1) defeated Boston Salmon (6-3) via TKO at 2:15 of Round 1.

5. Featherweight: Sean Woodson (7-0) defeated Kyle Bochniak (8-5) via Unanimous Decision (30-26/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Woodson.

6. Flyweight: Molly McCann (10-2) defeated Diana Belbita (13-5) via Unanimous Decision (30-26/30-26/30-26). We scored it 30-26 McCann.

7. Featherweight: Charles Rosa (12-3) defeated Manny Bermudez (14-2) via Verbal Submission (Armbar) at 2:46 of Round 1.

8. Middleweight: Darren Stewart (11-4, 1NC) defeated Deron Winn (6-1) via Split Decision (28-29/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Winn.

9. Flyweight: Maycee Barber (8-0) defeated Gillian Robertson (7-4) via TKO at 3:04 of Round 1.

10. Lightweight: Joe Lauzon (28-16) defeated Jonathan Pearce (9-4) via TKO at 1:33 of Round 1.

11. Heavyweight: Greg Hardy (6-1) defeated Ben Sosoli (7-3, 1NC) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Hardy.

12. Featherweight: Yair Rodriguez (13-2, 1NC) defeated Jeremy Stephens (28-17, 1NC) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Rodriguez.

13. Light Heavyweight: Dominick Reyes (12-0) defeated Chris Weidman (14-5) via TKO at 1:43 of Round 1.

Submission of the Night: Brendan Allen

Knockout of the Night: Dominick Reyes

Fight of the Night: Yair Rodriguez vs Jeremy Stephens

Sunday, October 13, 2019

Trinity Kings MMA 8 Results






Trinity Kings 8 took place October 12th from Blaisdall Arena in Honolulu, Hawaii. In the main event Alex Munoz remained undefeated taking a decision from Troy Lamson. The entire bout was on the feet with Munoz landing more even while backing up and seeming to have more power on his punches. Lamson for his part stayed aggressive and kept moving forward but was unable to get off as many shots as Munoz. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Featherweight: Mikey Bright (1-0) defeated Jeremy Santiago (0-1) via TKO at 2:02 of Round 3.

2. Lightweight: Jerome Macalino (1-0) defeated Titus Strictland (2-3) via Unanimous Decision. We scored it 30-27 Macalino.

3. Welterweight: Lawrence Collins (3-0) defeated Nate Feitosa (1-6) via TKO at :52 of Round 2.

4. Featherweight: Ryan DeLa Cruz (11-7) defeated Daniel Friend (2-5-1) via Unanimous Decision. We scored it 29-28 DeLa Cruz.

5. Lightweight: Robby Ostovich (8-5-1) defeated Tyson Duckworth (9-8-1) via Unanimous Decision. We scored it 30-27 Ostovich.

6. Middleweight: Chris Cisneros (18-10) defeated Justus Faaiu (4-3) via Split Decision. We scored it 29-28 Faaiu.

7. Welterweight: Alex Munoz (6-0) defeated Troy Lamson (13-3) via Unanimous Decision. We scored it 30-27 Munoz.

Knockout of the Night: Lawrence Collins

Fight of the Night: Ryan DeLa Cruz vs Daniel Friend

Saturday, October 12, 2019

UFC Fight Night 161: Joanna vs Waterson Results






UFC Fight Night 161 took place October 12th from Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida. In the main event Joanna Jedrzejczyk seemingly earned a strawweight title shot taking a decision from Michelle Waterson in a very good fight. Most of the fight saw Jedrzejczyk outlanding Waterson and landing the harder strikes. Waterson looked for take downs but couldn't seem to get them outside of two instances where she did get Jedrzejczyk's back standing. In the end Jedrzejczyk took the decision. Earlier Amanda Ribas made a statement handing Mackenzie Dern her first defeat. The bout was almost entirely on the feet and Ribas just had superior striking and Dern was able to mount much offense. Earlier JJ Aldrich took a decision from Lauren Mueller. After two close rounds Aldrich put on a display in round three rocking Mueller multiple times to take the decision. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Flyweight: JJ Aldrich (8-3) defeated Lauren Mueller (5-3) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Aldrich.

2. Middleweight: Marvin Vettori (14-4-1) defeated Andrew Sanchez (12-5) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Vettori.

3. Welterweight: Miguel Baeza (8-0) defeated Hector Aldana (4-4) via TKO at 2:32 of Round 2.

4. Bantamweight: Marlon Vera (15-5-1) defeated Andrew Ewell (15-6) via TKO at 3:17 of Round 3.

5. Flyweight: Deiveson Figueiredo (17-1) defeated Tim Elliott (16-9-1) via Tapout (Guillotine Choke) at 3:08 of Round 1.

6. Welterweight: Alex Morono (17-5, 1NC) defeated Max Griffin (15-7) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-27/29-27). We scored it 30-27 Morono.

7. Lightweight: Mike Davis (8-2) defeated Thomas Gifford (17-9, 2NC) via KO at 4:45 of Round 3.

8. Light Heavyweight: Ryan Spann (17-5) defeated Devin Clark (10-4) via Tapout (Guillotine Choke) at 2:01 of Round 2.

9. Middleweight: Eryk Anders (13-4) defeated Gerald Meerschaert (29-12) via Split Decision (28-29/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Anders.

10. Lightweight: Matt Frevola (8-1-1) defeated Luis Pena (7-2) via Split Decision (28-29/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Frevola.

11. Strawweight: Amanda Ribas (8-1) defeated Mackenzie Dern (7-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Ribas.

12. Welterweight: Niko Price (14-3, 1NC) defeated James Vick (13-5) via KO at 1:44 of Round 1.

13. Featherweight: Cub Swanson (16-11) defeated Kron Gracie (5-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Swanson.

14. Strawweight: Joanna Jedrzejczyk (16-3) defeated Michelle Waterson (17-7) via Unanimous Decision (50-45/50-45/49-46). We scored it 50-45 Jedrzejczyk.

Submission of the Night: Deiveson Figueiredo

Knockout of the Night: Niko Price

Fight of the Night: Cub Swanson vs Kron Gracie

Friday, October 11, 2019

PFL: 2019 #7 Playoffs Results





The PFL playoffs began October 11th from Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. In women's action Kayla Harrison advanced to the finals by defeating last minute replacement Bobbi Jo Dalziel. Harrison quickly took Dalziel down and landed some punches from the top and from her back. With about two minutes left in the round Harrison began looking for the armbar and got it for the tap. She will be opposed in the finals by Larissa Pacheco who took a decision from Sarah Kaufman. Rounds one and two saw Pacheco land the harder punches and add in some well timed takedowns. Round three saw Kaufman attempt to comeback and land some good shots but it was too little too late. Note: In quarterfinal bouts, it was only two rounds, if ruled a draw, the judges selected a winner. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Featherweight: Brendan Loughnane (18-3) defeated Matt Wagy (13-7) via Unanimous Decision (30-26/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Loughnane.

2. Welterweight: Nikolay Aleksakhin (24-5) defeated Jesse Ronson (20-10) via TKO at 3:37 of Round 1.

3. Welterweight Quarterfinals: Ray Cooper III (19-7) defeated Sadibou Sy (8-6-1) by Judges Decision after bout was scored a Majority Draw (20-18/19-19/19-19). We scored it 20-18 Cooper.

4. Welterweight Quarterfinals: Glaico Franca (22-5) defeated Andrea Fialho (10-3) via Majority Decision (20-18/20-18/19-19). We scored it 20-18 Franca.

5. Welterweight Quarterfinals: Magomed Magomedkerimov (26-5) defeated Chris Curtis (21-7) via Unanimous Decision (20-18/20-18/20-18). We scored it 19-19.

6. Welterweight Quarterfinals: David Michaud (17-5) defeated John Howard (28-16-1) via Unanimous Decision (20-18/20-18/20-18). We scored it 20-18 Michaud.

7. Lightweight Semifinals: Larissa Pacheco (13-3) defeated Sarah Kaufman (21-5, 1NC) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/29-28). We scored it 30-27 Pacheco.

8. Lightweight Semifinals: Kayla Harrison (6-0) defeated Bobbi Jo Dalziel (5-2) via Tapout (Armbar) at 3:32 of Round 1.

9. Welterweight Semifinals: Ray Cooper III (20-7) defeated Chris Curtis (21-8) via KO at :11 of Round 2.

10. Welterweight Semifinals: David Michaud (18-5) defeated Glaico Franca (22-6) via Majority Decision (28-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Michaud.

Submission of the Night: Kayla Harrison

Knockout of the Night: Ray Cooper III (vs Chris Curtis)

Fight of the Night: David Michaud vs Glaico Franca

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Alaska Fighting Championships 153: Plazola vs Novelli Results






AFC 153 took place October 9th from Alaska Airlines Center in Anchorage, Alaska. In the night's main event Niko Novelli defeated Mike Plazola in round two. Round one was mostly Novelli using his ground game to control Plazola, land some punches and look for submissions. Round two started out the same till it went back to the feet. Plazola seemed to injure himself landing a kick and went to the ground where Novelli landed strikes forcing the ref to step in. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Bantamweight: Marv Alexeie (3-7) defeated Sam O'Donnell (2-7) via Tapout (Head Scissors Choke) at :44 of Round 1.

2. Super Heavyweight: Tom McCoy (1-0) defeated Chad Lealao (0-1) via Disqualification (Knee to head of downed opponent) at :47 of Round 1.

3. Welterweight: Tre Evan-McClennaham (3-3) defeated Quinzell DeShields (0-1) via Tapout (Guillotine Choke) at 2:19 of Round 3.

4. Welterweight: Isaiah Baker (1-0) defeated Alex Perue (0-1) via Tapout (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:18 of Round 1.

5. 195LB Catch Weight: Maika Graf (7-1) defeated Justin Hadley (0-1) via Verbal Submission (Strikes) at :26 of Round 2.

6. Lightweight: Niko Novelli (8-2) defeated Mike Plazola (16-11) via TKO at 3:58 of Round 2.

Submission of the Night: Marv Alexie

Knockout of the Night: Niko Novelli

Fight of the Night: Niko Novelli vs Mike Plazola

Saturday, October 5, 2019

UFC 243: Whittaker vs Adesanya Results






UFC 243 took place October 5th from Marvel Stadium is Melbourne, Australia. In women's action, Megan Anderson bot back on track with a first round finish of Zarah Fairn. Anderson quickly got the fight to the ground and got mount and landed some short elbows and punches. Fair attempted to sweep and get on top, but while doing so, Anderson got a triangle and the tap for the win. Earlier Ji Yeon Kim scored an impressive win over Nadia Kassem. Round one saw Kim out strike her opponent and hurt her a bit. Round two saw more of the same and then Kim dropped her with a shot the the body ending the fight with one second left in the round. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Bantamweight: Khalid Taha (14-2) defeated Bruno Silva (11-4-1) via Tapout (Arm Triangle) at 3:00 of Round 3.

2. Flyweight: Ji Yeon Kim (9-2-2) defeated Nadia Kassem (5-2) via TKO at 4:59 of Round 2.

3. Featherweight: Megan Anderson (10-4) defeated Zarah Fairn (6-3) via Tapout (Triangle Choke) at 3:57 of Round 1.

4. Lightweight: Brad Riddell (7-1) defeated Jamie Mullarkey (12-3) via Unanimous Decision (29-27/30-26/30-26). We scored it 29-28 Riddell.

5. Welterweight: Callan Potter (18-8) defeated Maki Pitolo (12-5) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 30-27 Potter.

6. Welterweight: Jake Matthews (15-4) defeated Rostem Akman (6-2) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Matthews.

7. Heavyweight: Yorgan De Castro (6-0) defeated Justin Tafa (3-1) via KO at 2:10 of Round 1.

8. Welterweight: Dhiego Lima (17-7) defeated Luke Jumeau (13-5) via Split Decision (28-29/29-28/29-28). We scored it 30-27 Lima.

9. Heavyweight: Sergey Spivak (10-1) defeated Tai Tuivasa (10-3) via Tapout (Arm Triangle) at 3:14 of Round 2.

10. Lightweight: Dan Hooker (20-8) defeated Al Iaquinta (14-6-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-26). We scored it 30-27 Hooker.

11. Middleweight Title: Israel Adesanya (18-0) defeated Robert Whittaker (21-5) via KO at 3:33 of Round 2.

Submission of the Night: Khalid Taha

Knockout of the Night: Yorgan De Castro

Fight of the Night: Brad Riddell vs Jamie Mullarkey