Complete Results for Legend FC 13

Macau: Legend Fighting Championship made a spectacular debut at the prestigious MGM Theater in Macau on Saturday, 14 September, with a stacked Legend FC 13 card.

In the main event, Yuan Chunbo put his stamp on the 66kg division with a decisive victory over top submission specialist Liu Lianjie.

Over three epic rounds, Yuan picked apart Liu with perfectly-timed oblique kicks and uppercuts that slowed the momentum of his opponent.

Liu, however, had his moments. In the opening round he was effective with his low kicks and takedowns, but Yuan remained laser focused and managed to grind out a unanimous decision win.

In the Grand Finals of the 80kg Sanda Tournament, Yang Zhanwang dominated kickboxer Yu Jianhong to win the one-night tournament in impressive style.

As the opening round started, both men were keen to keep the fight on the ground, despite the switch from Sanda to MMA rules for the Tournament Grand Final.

Yang was the first one to take advantage of the MMA rules and took his opponent to the canvass where he delivered some impressive ground and pound.

As the second round kicked in, Yang continued to dominate from the ground, using excellent side control to frustrate and shut down his opponent.

In one of the closest three round matches of Legend FC 13, striking specialist Chen Jie defeated Hong Kong’s Adrian Fok via a hard fought unanimous decision.

For three rounds both men traded heavy shots, with Chen punishing Fok with body blows and heavy ground and pound.

During Saturday’s broadcast, Legend Fighting Championship announced it will return to the MGM Theater in Macau on 28 December for Legend FC 14. Event details and the fight card will be announced at a later date.

Official results for Legend FC 13MMA Rules: 66kg
Yuan Chunbo def. Liu Lianjie
Unanimous Decision after 3 rounds80kg Sanda Tournament Grand Final (MMA Rules)
Yang Zhanwang def. Yu Jianhong
Unanimous Decision after 2 roundsMMA Rules: 71kg catch weight
Yi Zha def. Tenglige

MMA Rules: 61kg
Chen Jie def. Adrian Fok
Unanimous Decision after 3 rounds

MMA Rules: 68kg
Zhong Qingya def. Gao Haicang
Unanimous Decision after 3 rounds

80kg Sanda Tournament Semi-Final 2 (Sanda Rules)
Yu Jianhong def. Chang Juncheng
Split Decision after 2 rounds

80kg Sanda Tournament Semi-Final 1 (Sanda Rules)
Yang Zhanwang def. Aerdake Apaer

80kg Sanda Tournament Reserve Match (Sanda Rules)

Wang Xuan defeats Zhang Chaoyang
Unanimous Decision after 2 rounds

KSW 50 Results

Phil de Fries ground Luis Henrique into a 5-round decision victory in the main-event of KSW 50. The home fighter de Fries looked like his vintage self, moving glacially forward, landing heavy hands, and punishing Henrique against the fence. Although the fight was separated a few times for lack of action, this was a classic de Fries affair, and we expected nothing less. It was clinical, albeit one-sided. Henrique took the fight on short-notice, and did land a few nice kicks off the clinch breaks, and threatened a submission in the early rounds. It was certainly a heavyweight fight, and the champion’s pawing, animal-like pursuit was just too much for the Brazilian.

In the co-main event, reigning light-heavyweight champion, Tomasz Narkun, coming off an unsuccessful venture to capture the heavyweight title from de Fries, submitted Przemyslaw Mysiala with a guillotine choke after dropping him with a left hand. Narkun looked tremendous, and should certainly stick at light-heavyweight for his next fights.

Elsewhere, the interim lightweight belt was captured by Norman Parke after an excellent fight against Marcin Wrzosek — and welterweight champion Roberto Soldic won a closer-than-comfortable decision against a very talented Michal Pietrzak.

Violence, controversy, a KSW pioneer’s retirement, and heavyweight weirdness rounded out KSW 50, and the event delivered more or less what we came to expect.


Aleksandra Rola def. Catherine Costigan via TKO (elbows) 0:50, Rd 2

Dricus De Plessis def. J. Santos Lutterbach via TKO (punches) 3:04, Rd 2

Jason Radcliffe def. Antoni Chmielewski via Unanimous Decision

Damaian Janikowski def. Tony Giles via Verbal Submission (punches) 1:24, Rd 1

KSW Interim Lightweight Championship

Norman Parke def. Marcin Wrzosek via Split Decision (49-46, 47-48, 49-46)

Roberto Soldic def. Michael Pietrzak – 79.8 via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

KSW Light-Heavyweight Championship

Tomasz Narkun def. Przemyslaw Mysiala via Submission (guillotine) 4:03, Rd 1

KSW Heavyweight Championship

Phil de Fries def. Luis Henrique via Split Decision (49-46, 47-48, 49-46)

UFC on ESPN+ 16: Cerrone vs. Gaethje results, bonuses and Reebok Sponsorship Payout

FightBook MMA has your official results, bonuses and Reebok Sponsorship Payout for UFC on ESPN+ 16: Donald Cerrone vs. Justin Gaethje.

The event took place in Saturday, September 14 at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The entire event streamed live on ESPN+.

In the main event was a back and forth fight. During the final minute of the first round, Gaethje landing a big right hand sending Cerrone to his knees. Cerrone tried to stand, but Gaethje landed some uppercuts. During his in cage interview, he stated that he hesitated to punch more and finally the referee Jerin Valel waved off the fight at the 4:18 mark of the first round.

The following fighters from the night earned an extra $50k. Performance of the Night were given to Justin Gaethje and Misha Cirkunov. Fight of the Night was award to Tristan Connelly vs. Michel Pereira but because Pereira missed weight, Connelly gets the $100K bonus.

Fighters took home  their Reebok Sponsorship Payout totaling $151,000. Coming in first place was Donald Cerrone taking home $20,000.  In second place was Glover Teixeira taking home $15,000.

Fighters with 1-3 bouts receive $3,500 per appearance; 4-10 bouts get $5,000; 11-15 bouts earn $10,000; 16-20 bouts pocket $15,000; and 21 bouts and more get $20,000. Additionally, champions earn $40,000 while title challengers get $30,000. Also, UFC fighters will receive in perpetuity royalty payments amounting to 20-30 percent of any UFC merchandise sold that bears their likeness, according to officials.

UFC on ESPN+ 16 Reebok Sponsorship Payout:

Donald Cerrone: $20,000

Justin Gaethje: $5,000

Glover Teixeira: $15,000

Nikita Krylov: $10,000

Todd Duffee: $5,000

Jeff Hughes: $3,500

Michel Pereira: $3,500

Tristan Connelly: $3,500

Antonio Carlos Junior: $10,000

Uriah Hall: $10,000

Misha Cirkunov: $5,000

Jim Crute: $3,500

Marcin Tybura: $5,000

Augusto Sakai: $3,500

Cole Smith: $3,500

Miles Johns: $3,500

Brad Katona: $4,000

Hunter Azure: $3,500

Chas Skelly: $10,000

Jordan Griffin: $3,500

Louis Smolka: $10,000

Ryan MacDonald: $3,500

Kyle Prepolec: $3,500

Austin Hubbard: $3,500

UFC on ESPN+ 16 results include:

Justin Gaethje def. Donald Cerrone via TKO (punches) in Round 1, 4:18

Glover Teixeira def. Nikita Krylov via split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)

Todd Duffee vs. Jeff Hughes declared a no contest (accidental eye poke) in Round 1, 4:03

Tristan Connelly def. Michel Pereira via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-27, 29-27)

Uriah Hall def. Antonio Carlos Junior via split
decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Misha Cirkunov def. Jim Crute via submission (Peruvian necktie) in Round 1, 3:38

Augusto Sakai def. Marcin Tybura via knockout (punches) in Round 1, 0:59

Miles Johns def. Cole Smith via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Hunter Azure def. Brad Katona via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-28)

Chas Skelly def. Jordan Griffin via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Louis Smolka def. Ryan MacDonald via TKO (punch) in Round 1, 4:43

Austin Hubbard def. Kyle Prepolec via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

KSW 50 results

FightBook MMA has the results for KSW 50 which took place Saturday night, September 14 from The SSE Arena, Wembley in London, England.

Phil De Fries retained his heavyweight title with a five round gruelling main event fight against Brazil’s Luis Henrique and, in doing so, extended his winning streak to six in a row now. In the co-main event we saw light heavyweight champion Tomasz Narkun score an exciting first round submission win over Przemyslaw Mysiala, and Northern Ireland’s Norman Parke became the interim- lightweight champ with a decision win over ’The Polish Zombie’ Marcin Wrzosek.

Elsewhere on the card Roberto Soldic overcame a very tough Michal Pietrzak and South Africa’s P4P king Dricus Du Plessis & Olympic hero Damian Janikowski both got back to winning ways.

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Main Event
KSW Heavyweight Title
Champion Phil De Fries (18-6) def. Luis Henrique (12-6) via split decision (49-46 x 2, 47-48).

Co-Main Event
KSW Light Heavyweight Title
Champion Tomasz Narkun (17-3) def. Przemyslaw Mysiala (23-10-1) via submision (guillotine), round 1, 4:03.

80kg Catchweight

Roberto Soldic (17-3) def. Michal Pietrzak (8-4) via unanimous decision (3-27×2, 29-28).

Interim KSW Lightweight Title
Norman Parke (28-6-1) def. Marcin Wrzosek (14-6) via split decision (49-46 x 2, 47-48).

Damian Janikowski (4-2) def. Tony Giles (6-2) via submission (strikes), round 1, 1:24.

90kg Catchweight
Jason Radcliffe (16-7) def. Antoni Chmieleski (32-18) via unanimous decision (29-28 x 3).

Dricus Du Plessis (13-2) def. Joilton Santos (30-8) via TKO, round 3, 3:04.

Female Strawweight
Aleksandra Rola (3-0) def. Catherine Costigan (6-3) via TKO, round 2, 0:50.

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Game Changer Wrestling Presents Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport 2 Results

There are many pro wrestling and MMA shows this weekend. But there is only one that is offering a hybrid of both. In the style of UWFi, Bloodsport 2 is a shoot-style event that presents professional wrestling as a legitimate combat sport. There are no tricks, no gimmicks, and no convoluted finishes. Matches can end either by KO/TKO, submission, or time limit draw.

If you need to get caught up on who is competing as well predictions, please check out our in-depth preview of the show.

Check out our radio interview that was conducted with “The Warmaster” Josh Barnett on August 30. Topics include Bloodsport 2, what goes into the booking of the show, and the cancellation of his initial opponent Jon Moxley.

Check out our written interview with Barnett conducted this week where he talks more about Bloodsport 2, his opponent Chris Dickinson, and if there will be another Bllodsport show.

This is the third Bloodsport show and the second under Josh Barnett. The first two shows have been put on during Wrestlemania week. The first show’s main event saw Minoru Suzuki defeat former UFC fighter, now WWE wrestler Matt Riddle by submission. The second show saw a dream match main event between Josh Barnett and Minoru Suzuki. The match ended in a draw.

The show takes place at the Showboat in Atlantic City, New Jersey and airs live on FITE. Follow along with us as we update you with live results as the action unfolds. And, as always, enjoy the violence.

Bloodsport 2 Results:

JR Kratos vs. Erik Hammer

Matt Makowski vs. Rory Gulak

Sumie Sakai vs. Lindsay Snow

Allysin Kay vs. Nicole Savoy

Killer Kross vs. Nick Gage

Anthony Carelli vs. Simon Grimm

Anthony Henry vs. Zachary Wentz

Davey Boy Smith Jr. vs. Tom Lawlor

Ikuhisa Minowa vs. Timothy Thatcher

Josh Barnett vs. Chris Dickinson

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UFC Fight Night 158 Results

The UFC returns to Canada as they travel to Vancouver for UFC Fight Night 158. In the main event, two of the most exciting fighters in the lightweight division face off. Coming off a TKO loss to former interim champion, Tony Ferguson, Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone returns to the octagon just three months later. He will be taking on former WSOF champion, Justin Gaethje. Gaethje is coming off back-to-back first round knockouts over James Vick and Edson Barboza.

In the co-main event, Glover Teixeira, former UFC light heavyweight title challenger, returns to take on Nikita Krylov. Teixeira is coming off two straight submission wins over Karl Roberson and Ion Cutelaba. His opponent, Krylov, enters the fight coming off a submission win over Ovince Saint Preux at UFC 236.

Also on the main card will be the return of heavyweight Todd Duffee. Duffee last fought more than four years ago at UFC Fight Night 71 when he took on Frank Mir in the main event. Mir defeated Duffee, knocking him out in the first round. After four years off, Duffee returns to face Jeff Hughes, who is coming off a split decision loss to Maurice Green at UFC Fight Night 146.

UFC Fight Night 158 Results

Kicking off the main card will be a light heavyweight bout as Canada’s Misha Cirkunov takes on Jimmy Crute. Crute will look to stay undefeated as he takes on Cirkunov who is coming off a TKO loss to Johnny Walker. Next up will be a fight in the middleweight division as Uriah Hall takes on Antonio Carlos Junior. Hall looks to win his second straight while “Shoeface” looks to rebound from a loss to Ian Heinisch. Finally, before the return of Duffee, is a welterweight fight between Michel Pereira and Tristan Connelly. Both fighters are coming off KO/TKO win as Pereira finished Danny Roberts in his UFC debut at UFC Fight Night 152. Connelly is coming off a fifth round TKO win over D’Juan Owens at Rise FC 4 in July.

Follow along with MMASucka as we provide you with the results throughout UFC Fight Night 158.

MAIN CARD (ESPN+ – 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT)

Donald Cerrone vs. Justin Gaethje
Glover Teixeira vs. Nikita Krylov
Todd Duffee vs. Jeff Hughes
Michel Pereira* vs. Tristan Connelly
Uriah Hall vs. Antonio Carlos Junior
Misha Cirkunov vs. Jimmy Crute

PRELIMINARY CARD (ESPN+ – 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT)

Marcin Tybura vs. Augusto Sakai
Cole Smith vs. Miles Johns
Hunter Azure def. Brad Katona via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-28)
Chas Skelly def. Jordan Griffin via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Louis Smolka def. Ryan MacDonald via TKO (Punches) at 4:43 of Round One
Austin Hubbard def. Kyle Prepolec via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

*Pereira missed weight at 172 lbs. and will be fined 20 percent of his purse

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Xtreme Fight Night (XFN) 362 results

FightBook  MMA has  your official results for Xtreme Fight Night (XFN)  362.

The event took place on Friday, September 13, 2019 and the entire event aired on UFC Fight Pass. 

The fight fans saw three championship fights in one night. FightBook MMA correspondent Arlow Jumper was in attendance covering this action-packed night of world class MMA and world championship kickboxing.

To start off the show we saw an MMA Welterweight bout as Kenon Begley took on Kolton Remy. During the opening moments of the 2nd round, Remy KP’s Begly to finish the fight.

Up next we saw an Jimmy Charles take on Leonard Ridgerono in a MMA 135 pound bout. This was a back and forth fight that Charles dictated the pace and Charles wins by unanimous decision.

In a Kickboxing bout, Michael Mendoza went against Mike Lou. This ended in a controversial draw. MMA Flyweights Brittany Thurlo and Bianca Rodriguez went toe-to-toe bit the stand up pressure and ground game dominance was too much for Thurlo. Rodriguez wins via rear naked choke in the the 3rd round.

In the MMA Flyweight division, Zak Shambles took on Jimi Natividad. Natividad striking was too much for Shambles. Natividad made quick work of Shambles via TKO :59 seconds into the 1st round.

Next up was MMA Featherweights Xavier Siller vs Brandon Bailey. A back and forth battle that could have went either way. Siller wins a very unpopular close split decision victory. Next was MMA Welterweights Roderick Stewart vs Brutus Glen. Stewart overwhelms Glen and quits on the stool before the 2nd starts.

In the co-main event we saw a Kickboxing Welterweight bout as Zachariah Kelly took on Brian Foster. Foster destroys Kelly at the 1:12 mark in the 1st round to continue his 4th straight knockout victory.

In the main event we saw a MMA Heavyweight Championship bout as Patrick Martin went against Myron Dennis. Dennis wins a close unanimous decision. Dennis withstood some punishment and showed his veteran resiliency with a great balance of offense and defense.

Stay tuned to FightBook MMA for the announcement of the next XFN event.