The PFL 2 2022 results are in. The night went off without a hitch. Most fights went the distance with the main card not even making it out of the first round. Cappelozza vs Austin was everything you want to see in a heavyweight bout, a knockout! The rest of the nights fights are posted below along with a highlights video of the event courtesy of PFL.
Main Card (aired on ESPN+ at 9PM ET)
Bruno Cappelozza (14-5-0) vs Stuart Austin (15-7-0) – Heavyweight bout – Rd 1 TKO Lance Palmer (22-5-0) vs Chris Wade (22-7-0) – Featherweight bout – Decision Renan Ferreira (8-2-0) vs Jones (11-7-0) – Heavyweight bout – Rd 1 KO Brendan Loughnane (21-4-0) vs Ryoji Kudo (10-2-1) – Featherweight bout – Decision Denis Goltsov (27-7-0) vs Cody Goodale (8-5-0) – Heavyweight bout – Rd 1 TKO
Prelims (aired on ESPN+ at 6 PM ET)
Ante Delija (19-5-0) vs Matheus Scheffel (15-7-0) – Heavyweight bout – Rd 2 TKO Bubba Jenkins (16-5-0) vs Kyle Bochniak (11-5-0) – Featherweight bout – Decision Klidson Abreu (15-5-0) vs Adam Keresh (5-0-0) – Heavyweight bout –Decision Sheymon Moraes (13-5-0) vs Boston Salmon (8-3-0) – Featherweight bout – Decision Alejandro Flores (19-3-0) Saba Bolaghi (14-2-1) – Featherweight bout –Decision
PFL 2 2022 results are in but the quest to a million dollars continues. Check back at PFL News to get all your PFL updates and highlights. Thanks for allowing The MMA Beatdown to be your Mixed Martial Arts news source.
A great night for UFC Fight Night Font vs Vera results are in. A big match in the Bantamweight division as the #8 ranked Marlon Vera fought #5 ranked Rob Font. Aljamain Sterling is the current champion in the Bantamweight division and nobody called him out after the match. It looked as if Font won the first round and nearly the second until Vera dropped him near the end of that round. Afterward, Vera just kept having opportunities where he would hurt Font but did not follow up for the finish. It seemed a little off.
The night was co headlined by Arlovski vs Collier. Ultimately it was Arlovski who managed to increase his win streak to four in a row. The night was full of action with some great prelims. Check below for all the outcomes and the post fight press conference video courtesy of the UFC.
Daniel Lacerda vs Fancisco Figueiredo – Flyweight bout – R1 Submission (Performance of the Night) Gabriel Green vs Yohan Lainesse Lainesse – Welterweight bout – R2 KO/TKO Natan Levy vs Mike Breeden – Lightweight bout – Unanimous decision Gina Mazany vs Shanna Young – Women’s Flyweight bout – – R2 KO / TKO
Rob Font #5 vs Marlon Vera #8 – Bantamweight bout – Unanimous decision (Fight of the Night) Andrei Arlovski vs Jake Collier – Heavyweight bout – Split Decision Andre Fili vs Joanderson Brito – Featherweight bout – R1 KO/TKO (Performance of the Night) Jared Gordon vs Grant Dawson – Lightweight bout – R3 Submission Darren Elkins vs Tristan Connelly – Featherweight bout – Unanimous decision Krzysztof Jotko vs Gerald Meerschaert – Middleweight bout – Unanimous decision
That’s it for the Font vs Vera results. A great night of action from the UFC and it’s excellent athletes. Be sure to check back at our UFC News page to get update on all things UFC related, and as always, thanks for allowing The MMA Beatdown to be your home for Mixed Martial Arts News and current events.
The PFL 2 fight card is set for Thursday, April 28, 2022. All the fights will air live on ESPN+ and begin at 6 PM ET from the ESports Stadium in Arlington, TX. This only the second event in a set of six that will be ongoing through July of this year. Check below for a brief video on this million dollar prized fight venue. Without further ado, here are the matchups:
PFL 2 Fight Card, 2022
Main Card (airing on ESPN+ at 9PM ET)
Bruno Cappelozza (14-5-0) vs Stuart Austin (15-7-0) – Heavyweight bout – Lance Palmer (22-5-0) vs Chris Wade (22-7-0) – Featherweight bout – Renan Ferreira (8-2-0) vs Jones (11-7-0) – Heavyweight bout – Brendan Loughnane (21-4-0) vs Ryoji Kudo (10-2-1) – Featherweight bout
Prelims (airing on ESPN+ at 6 PM ET)
Ante Delija (19-5-0) vs Matheus Scheffel (15-7-0) – Heavyweight bout – Bubba Jenkins (16-5-0) vs Kyle Bochniak (11-5-0) – Featherweight bout – Denis Goltsov (27-7-0) vs Cody Goodale (8-5-0) – Heavyweight bout – Klidson Abreu (15-5-0) vs Adam Keresh (5-0-0) – Heavyweight bout – Sheymon Moraes (13-5-0) vs Boston Salmon (8-3-0) – Featherweight bout Alejandro Flores (19-3-0) Saba Bolaghi (14-2-1) – Featherweight bout –
UFC Fight Night Font vs Vera is all set to go down Saturday, April 30, 2022 live from the UFC APEX, in Las Vegas. Prelims begin at 3:30 PM CDT on ESPN 2 and ESPN + and the main card airs on ESPN + at 6:00 PM CDT.
The main card is headlined by #5 Bantamweight Rob Font who is favored against #8 Bantamweight Marlon Vera. Marlon “Chito” Vera is coming off of a win against Frankie Edgar and is looking to make it three in a row. Rob Fint is looking to start adding to his win column after he suffered a decision loss to Jose Aldo in December. Both men are looking to make a claim to the Bantamweight title currently held by Aljamain Sterling.
The co-main event will be the big boys; Andrei Arlovski vs Jake Collier in the Heavyweight division. Arlovski is looking to make it four in a row with another win in the division, but can he get through tough opponent Jake “The Prototype” Collier 13-6-0. The night should be an entertaining one. Here is the list of all the matches taking place at UFC Fight Night Font vs Vera:
Daniel Lacerda vs Fancisco Figueiredo – Flyweight bout – Gabriel Green vs Yohan Lainesse Lainesse – Welterweight bout – Natan Levy vs Mike Breeden – Lightweight bout – Gina Mazany vs Shanna Young – Women’s Flyweight bout – Tatsuro Taira vs Carlos Candelario – Flyweight bout –
Rob Font #5 vs Marlon Vera #8 – Bantamweight bout – Andrei Arlovski vs Jake Collier – Heavyweight bout – Andre Fili vs Joanderson Brito – Featherweight bout – Jared Gordon vs Grant Dawson – Lightweight bout – Darren Elkins vs Tristan Connelly – Featherweight bout – Krzysztof Jotko vs Gerald Meerschaert – Middleweight bout –
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UFC Fight Night 205 results are in. The event took place live Saturday, April 23, 2022, from the UFC APEX Arena in Las Vegas, NV. The night was headlined by a Women’s Strawweight bout, Amanda Lemos vs Jessica Andrade. Lemos was on a warpath in the division winning her last 5 fights. Meanwhile, Andrade was recently featured in our best female UFC fighters rankings and she has a resume of the top fighters in the world she’s contended with.
The night did not disappoint. With the comain event showcasing some excellent BJJ from Claudio Puelles, the main event was a awesome display of strength from Andrade, when she closed the gap on Lemos and applied the squeeze. This seems to be an obvious case for her to get the next title fight in the Strawweight division. All the fight results are posted below, with the winners being in bold.
Dean Barry vs Mike Jackson – Welterweight bout – R1 Disqualification eyepoke Marcin Prachnio vs Philipe Lins – Light-Heavyweight bout – Unanimous decision Preston Parsons vs Evan Elder – Welterweight bout – Unanimous decision Aoriqileng vs Camerson Else – Bantamweight bout – R1 TKO Tyson Pedro vs Ike Villanueva – Light-Heavyweight bout – R1 KO Dwight Grant vs Sergey Khandozhko – Welterweight bout – R2 KO Jordan Wright vs Marc-Andre Barriault – Catchweight bout – R1 Submission
Lando Vannata vs Charles Jourdain – Featherweight – R1 Submission Alexandr Romanov vs Chase Sherman – Heavyweight bout – cancelled Maycee Barber #14 vs Montana De La Rosa – Women’s Flyweight bout – Unanimous Decision Clay Guida vs Claudio Puelles – Lightweight bout – Winner by R1 Knee Bar Submission Amanda Lemos #10 vs Jessica Andrade #1 – Women’s Strawweight bout – R1 Standing Arm Triangle Submission
PFL 1 results are in for the first event of the year. The night was packed with some highly entertaining fights for the Lightweight and Light-Heavyweight divisions. The bouts were held at the ESports Stadium in Arlington, TX on April 20, 2022.
There were some great matches in the night’s lineups, including some big upsets. Check the results below and the highlights video courtesy of the Professional Fighters League:
Simeon Powell vs Clinton Williams – Light-Heavyweight bout – 3rd round KO Robert Wilkinson vs Bruce Souto – Light-Heavyweight bout – 2nd round TKO Omari Akhmadov vs Viktor Pesta – Light-Heavyweight bout – 1st round KO Marthin Hamlet vs Teodoras Aukstuolis – Light-Heavyweight bout – Unanimous Decision Alexander Martinez vs Stevie Ray – Light-Heavyweight bout – Unanimous Decision Cory Hendricks vs Emiliano Sordi – Light-Heavyweight bout – 2nd round TKO
Olivier Aubin-Mercier vs Natan Schulte – Lightweight bout – Split Decision Antonio Carlos Jr vs Delan Monte – Light-Heavyweight bout – 1st round Submission Raush Manfio vs Don Madge – Lightweight bout – 3rd round KO Clay Collard vs Jeremy Stephens – Lightweight bout – Unanimous Decision
That’s it for the PFL 1 results at the 2022 tournament. Be sure to check back for future PFL news on this phenomenal fight to a million bucks! Thanks for choosing The MMA Beatdown for all your news on mixed martial arts.
Saturday, April 23, 2022 the UFC APEX Arena in Las Vegas, NV will host UFC Fight Night 205 Lemos vs Andrade. The lady’s headline this one and these are some serious Strawweight title contenders. The favored, number one Strawweight contender, and our #10 pound for pound fighter Jessica Andrade (22-9-0) takes on Amanda Lemos (11-1-1) who is currently at the tenth spot in the division. The current champion, in the women’s Strawweight division, is Rose Namajunes and the UFC’s #3 ranked pound for pound fighter.
Co headlining the event is a fan favorite, Clay Guida vs Claudio Puelles. Clay is looking to put a streak together after his last win and Puelles is working for five straight victories. It promises to be an entertaining night for fight fans. Here are the rest of the night’s matchups and a promotional video courtesy of the UFC:
Amanda Lemos #10 vs Jessica Andrade #1 – Women’s Strawweight bout Clay Guida vs Claudio Puelles – Lightweight bout Maycee Barber #14 vs Montana De La Rosa – Women’s Flyweight bout Alexandr Romanov vs Chase Sherman – Heavyweight bout Lando Vannata vs Charles Jourdain – Featherweight bout
Jordan Wright vs Marc-Andre Barriault – Catchweight bout Dwight Grant vs Sergey Khandozhko – Welterweight bout Tyson Pedro vs Ike Villanueva – Light Heavyweight bout Aoriqileng vs Cameron Else – Bantamweight bout Preston Parsons vs Evan Elder – Welterweight bout Marcin Prachnio vs Philipe Lins – Light Heavyweight bout Dean Barry vs Mike Jackson – Welterweight bout
UFC Fight Night Luque vs Muhammad results are in. Some changes in the divisions top ten rankings were apparent tonight. There were some big events, great exchanges and unfortunate turns of events in these, always entertaining, fights. Check below for the final results and the post fight press conference.
UFC Fight Night: Luque vs Muhammad fight card is set for Saturday, April 16, with prelims airing at 4:30pm, the main card begins at 7:30pm live from the UFC APEX arena in Las Vegan NV. Everything will be airing on ESPN + and the main card can also be viewed on ESPN.
The event will be headlined by the #5 and #6 top Welterweight fighters Vicente Luque, coming off a four fight win streak and Belal Muhammad, who recently beat Stephen Thompson via decision. We now have a recently added co-main event with UFC newcomers Brazilian Caio Borralho (10-1-0) and Russian Gadzhi Omargadzhiev (13-0-0). A lot of hype exists behind Borralho and if you’re not a follower of the Contender series we’ve included a short video, courtesy of the UFC, to help familiarize yourself with this rising star. Check below for the list of bouts.
Vincent Luque #5 vs Belal Muhammad #6 – Welterweight bout Caio Borralho vs Gadzhi Omargadzhiev – Middleweight bout Miguel Baeza vs Andre Fialho – Welterweight bout Mayra Bueno Silva vs Wu Yanan – Women’s Bantamweight bout Pat Sabatini vs TJ Laramie – Featherweight bout Mounir Lazzez vs Ange Loosa – Welterweight bout
Devin Clark vs William Knight – Heavyweight bout Lina Lansberg #11 vs Pannie Kianzad #12 – Women’s Bantamweight bout Drakkar Klose vs Brandon Jenkins – Lightweight bout Rafa Garcia vs Jesse Ronson – Lightweight bout Chris Barnett vs Martin Buday – Heavyweight bout Jordan Leavitt vs Trey Ogden – Lightweight bout Istela Nunes vs Sam Hughes – Women’s Strawweight bout Alatengheili vs Kevin Croom – Bantamweight bout
UFC 273 Results are in. There was not a boring fight on this card. From the early prelims to the main card. Decision, submission or knock out these fighters came to make a statement and made such awesome entertainment.
Serious statements were made from the early prelims on. Check below for the results of another successfully entertaining night from the UFC.
Results Early Prelims (aired on ESPN and ESPN + at 5:15pm CDT)
Julio Arce vs Daniel Santos – bantamweight bout – Julio Arce out struck Santos with some impressive boxing to get the unanimous decision in this high paced bout.
Piera Rodriguez vs Kay Hansen – women’s strawweight bout – A great back and forth bout that ultimately landed in a unanimous decision for Rodriguez due to a superior ground game, improving her record to 8-0.
Aleksi Oleinik vs Jared Vanderaa – Heavyweight bout – This fight didn’t make it out of the first round when a dominating Vanderaa found himself at a disadvantage on the mat and ultimately tapping out due to a boa constrictor.
Results Prelims (aired on ESPN + at 7pm CDT)
Mickey Gall vs Mike Malott – Welterweight bout – A crisp left hook set the KO victory for Mike Malott in the very first round securing a promising UFC debut.
Aspen Ladd #4 vs Raquel Pennington #7 – Women’s Bantamweight bout – Tremendously entertaining 1st round. unfortunate eye poke round 2. Great striking exchange R2. A smooth R3 takedown and Ladd got her chance on the mat but Pennington continued to stay on her feet. But a great show for sure. 2 rounds to 1 Raquel Pennington. Great night for women’s MMA. On a 9 day notice she pulls off her 4th consecutive win.
unanimous decision for Raquel Pennington.
Anthony Hernandez vs Josh Fremd – Middleweight bout –
Hernandez showed his skills early on in the first round working UFC debut Josh Fremd. 2nd round Josh Fremd begins to turn the tide after Hernandez gives up the dominant position on the mat and Fremd wins the round. R3 Hernandez very aggressive and secures a takedown. Fremd got to his feet but Hernandez slammed him down again. R3 is all Hernandez as he controls the ground game ending the fight in a reverse triangle submission attempt. An awesome show from these two.
Unanimous decision Anthony Hernandez.
Ian Garry vs Darian Weeks – Welterweight bout –
This one goes the distance but it was Weeks who appeared to be the better man tonight, due to some great striking and keeps an undefeated record moving to 9-0.
Ian Garry via unanimous decision
Main Card (aired on ESPN + PPV at 9pm CDT)
Vinc Pichel vs Mark Madsen – Lightweight bout –
R1 – Madsen with some good leg kicks early in the first round, I have Madsen through the first with some good strikes and wrestling.
R2 – Madsen gets rocked with some good shots from Pichel. Pichel was looking good in this round and won on our card.
R3 – Pichel comes out and starts to show some good striking against Madsen. Madsen controlled position on the mat with 3:30 left on the clock. Pichel started to get frustrated with Madsen’s ability to hold dominate position. R-3 Madsen
R1- NO feeling out period as Dern looks to rush Torres early. They go back and forth with excellent striking from both women. Dern threatened to take it to the mat at one point but they stayed on their feet and went the whole round striking. no clear winner
R2 – They get back at it with Dern controlling the center of the octagon. Dern clinched up against the cage and began to climb on Torres working for a kimura. Dern drug her to the mat with the kimura and Torres defended it the whole way. Dern then transitioned to a knee bar that Torres again defended. Dern
R3 – It’s again Dern who comes out to control the center of the octagon. Dern also looked to be the fresher fighter, no doubt from carrying Dern while defending that kimura. Torres whipped out a short heel kick that found its mark and then it’s Torres who stumbled Dern with an up kick but failed to follow up with anything of relevance. Dern recovered and again began to stalk Torres. Tecia worked for the takedown at the end of the round but it was Dern who landed on top. Torres
R1 – Khamzat takes the center and struck to a clinch against the cage. Khamzat drug him down and Khamzat got off and brought it back to the feet. Khamzat continued to control the center and stung Gilbert with a right. The back and forth between strikes continued. Suddenly, Chimaev hit Burns with a fast and hard jab that sat Burns down. Chimaev followed briefly with some ground and pound. 30 seconds to go and they are back on their feet with Burns bleeding from somewhere on his head. Khamzat
R2 – Burns looked to take the center of the octagon. The two continued to exchange from their feet with each fighter getting their shots in. Burns had Chimaev hurt halfway through the round but Chimaev was able to recover. Burns continued to find some success. Some awesome shots from Burns including an unexpected up kick to the body scored. Ckhimaev started to pour it on with some big shots but a counter from Burns nearly knocked out Chimaev as he struggled to the end of the round. Burns
R3 – Chimaev took the center of the octagon. Chimaev began to find his shots on burns and stuffed another burns takedown. Chimaev with 3:30 left started to really stun Burns until the two ended up clinching. They separated and Chimaev stalked Burns peppering the occasional punches. Burns began to get a few shots off that were making an impact and back and forth it went. less than a minute left in the fight and they continued to exchange in the middle of the ring Khamzat with big knee that stunned Burns followed up by a body kick. Chimaev
Winner by unanimous decision – Khamzat Chimaev
Aljamain Sterling C vs Petr Yan C – Bantamweight Title bout –
R1 – Yan took the center of the octagon early. The two had a feel out phase that lasted about the first half of the round. Yan got off a couple of good shots that stung Sterling and Yan continued to stalk Sterling around the octagon until the round ended. Yan
R2 – They had a couple of good exchanges with no clear benefactor. Sterling went in for one shot and was denied. He went again and secured the takedown. He sunk in his hooks and had the back of Yan with a good body triangle on Yan. With over half the round left Sterling had plenty of time to work a submission. Sterling worked some heavy ground and pound against Yan who still held the body triangle in place. 40 seconds left and Sterling was back on his back, Yan punched back at Sterling but Sterling got the better of the exchanges. Sterling
R3 – Yan took the center of the octagon again. The two exchanged some low kicks, mostly from Yan. Sterling took another shot at Yan but Yan defended and continued to pressure Sterling. Sterling again with a takedown attempt but this time secured it and again took Yan’s back and locked in the body triangle. Working for the rear naked choke he weathered Yan’s punches until the end of the round. Sterling
R4 – The start of the round and Yan comes out with a flurry that stings Sterling. A Yan leg kick stuffed a Sterling takedown. Sterling broke apart and the men exchanged shots. Sterling looked to take the fight to the mat again and ended up taking guard to secure it. Yan fought in Sterling’s guard peppering him with shots. Yan postured up and hit Sterling with a couple of big shots and continued to dominate and resecure his dominate position and controlled the fight until the buzzer. Yan
R5 – Yan knocks Sterling down with a leg kick and Yan stayed glued to Sterling. Sterling looked for another takedown and Yan stuffed him against the cage and got back to his feet. Yan controlled the octagon but Sterling rushed for another takedown attempt. Yan stuffed the attempt and the two met with 3:00 left in the round slugging it out in the center of the octagon. Yan scrambled out of another takedown with one minute left and Yan ends up on the back of Sterling until the buzzer. Yan
Winner by split decision – Aljamain Sterling
Alexander Volkanovski C vs Chan Sung Jung #4 – Featherweight Title bout –
R1 – The Zombie appeared to be the one to take the center of the octagon but Volkanovski was working some serious jabs. A one two looked to have stung the Korean Zombie but Volkanovski kept picking his shots until he secured a takedown with a minute left in the round. Sung Jung got back to his feet and got hurt twice near the end of the round by sharp Volkanovski boxing. Volkanovski
R2 – Chan Sung Jung took the center once again, wearing some of the punches from the champ. Volkanovski started to throw some leg kicks into his mix. Volkanovski Hit Zombie with a big punch halfway through the round that looked like the beginning of the end. Volkanovski then secured a takedown but The Zombie appeared to recover. The stood again and Volkanovski went in for another takedown which was stuffed by Sung Jung. Volkanovski continued to to poor on heavy shots and again secured another takedown. Volkanovski separated and began to found more success with the jab. 10-8 Volkanovski
R3 – Volkanovski and The Zombie started to trade in the center with both landing some good shots. The Zombie continued to stalk Volkanovski, and Chan stunned Volkanovski again but was unable to capitalize on it. Volkanovski started to establish his jab again and shot for another takedown that was defended by The Zombie. A big right hand from Volkanovski sat Jung Sung on his butt and with about 10 seconds left he made it to the buzzer. 10-8 Volkanovski
R4 – The officials ask if Sung Jung wants to continue which he says he does. The Zombie back in the center and the jab back in his face. Vokanovski hit him with a couple of big shots that sent reeling backwards and Herb Dean saw enough and called a stop to the fight.
Winner by TKO – Alexander Volkanovski
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