PFL 6 2022 Weigh-ins

PFL 6 2022 Weigh-In Results

The PFL 6 weigh-ins are over proceeding the July 1, 2022 event, the final night of fights before the PFL playoffs. PFL 6 kicks off on ESPN+ at 6PM ET with the main card airing at 8PM ET. All the fighters made weight and the details are listed below.

This one headlines women’s lightweight phenom Kayla Harrison, who boasts an impressive, undefeated 13-0-0 record and is the reigning champion of the division. Her opponent is Kaitlin Young, who has lost her last two and has quite the challenge ahead of her to advance in the tournament.

Rory Macdonad will face off against Sadibou Sy in the welterweight division for the co-main event. Macdonald was taken out of last years tournament champion, Cooper III.

Here’s a video, courtesy of MMA Junkie, with the media day interview with the headliner, undefeated Kayla Harrison. Below that are the weigh in results.

PFL 6, 2022 Weigh-ins

Main Event (airing on ESPN and ESPN+ at 8:00 PM ET)

Kayla Harrison (13-0-0), (155.6lbs) vs Kaitlin Young (12-12-1), (155lbs) – women’s lightweight bout

Rory Macdonald (23-8-1), (170.8lbs) vs Sadibou Sy (10-6-2, 1NC), (170.2lbs) – welterweight bout

Ray Cooper III (24-8-1), (170.4lbs) vs Brett Cooper (28-16-0), (170.4lbs) – welterweight bout

Magomed Magomedkerimov (28-6-0), (170.8lbs) vs Dilano Taylor (9-1-0), (170.8lbs) – welterweight bout

Larissa Pacheco (16-4-0), (154.6lbs) vs Genah Fabian (5-2-0), (156lbs) – women’s lightweight bout

Jarrah Al Silawi (18-3-0), (170.4lbs) vs Magomed Umalatov (11-0-0), (170.4lbs) – welterweight bout

Prelims (airing at 5:00 PM ET on ESPN+)

Nikolai Aleksakhin (24-7-0, 1 NC), (170.2lbs) vs Carlos Leal (17-3-0), (170lbs) – welterweight bout

Marina Mokhnatkina (6-3-0), (154lbs) vs Abigail Montes (3-1-0), (154.8lbs) – women’s lightweight bout

Martina Jindrova (5-2-0), (154.8lbs) vs Zamzagul Fayzallonva (7-3-0), (155lbs) – women’s lightweight bout

Olena Kolesnyk (6-4-0, 1 NC), (155.6lbs) vs Vanessa Melo (11-9-0), (154.4lbs) – women’s lightweight bout

That’s it for the PFL 6 fight card. Find out who will advance in the journey to a million dollars. The fighters are ready and the event is going live Friday evening to kick start the holiday weekend. Check out PFL News on MMA results from the anticipated event and things PFL. Thank you for making The MMA Beatdown your source for Mixed Martial Arts news and entertainment.

PFL 6 Fight Card

The PFL 6 fight card has been announced and the fighters are set to take to the stage this Friday July 1, 2022 live from the Overtime Elite Arena in Atlanta, GA. This is the last event before the playoffs on August 5th.

The journey to a million dollars continues, as this one features welterweights and women’s lightweight fighters. A couple of the title holders will take stage as the undefeated Kayla Harrison headlines this one against Kaitlin Young.

The other title holder is Ray Cooper III as he goes against Brett Cooper in the welterweight division. However, the co-main event will feature Rory Macdonald as he squares off against Sadibou in a welterweight bout.

PFL 6, 2022 Fight Card

Main Event (airing on ESPN and ESPN+ at 8:00 PM ET)

Kayla Harrison (13-0-0) vs Kaitlin Young (12-12-1) – women’s lightweight bout

Rory Macdonald (23-8-1) vs Sadibou sy (10-6-2, 1NC) – welterweight bout

Ray Cooper III (24-8-1) vs Brett Cooper (28-16-0) – welterweight bout

Magomed Magomedkerimov (28-6-0) vs Joao Zeferino (26-10-0) – welterweight bout

Larissa Pacheco (16-4-0) vs Genah Fabian (5-2-0) – women’s lightweight bout

Prelims (airing at 5:00 PM ET on ESPN+)

Jarrah Al Silawi (18-3-0) vs Magomed Umalatov (11-0-0) – welterweight bout

Nikolai Aleksakhin (24-7-0, 1 NC) vs Carlos Leal (17-3-0) – welterweight bout

Marina Mokhnatkina (6-3-0) vs Abigail Montes (3-1-0) – women’s lightweight bout

Martina Jindrova (5-2-0) vs Zamzagul Fayzallonva (7-3-0) – women’s lightweight bout

Olena Kolesnyk (6-4-0, 1 NC) vs Vanessa Melo (11-9-0) – women’s lightweight bout

That’s it for the PFL 6 fight card. This will be the last event before the playoffs start on August 5. Be sure to check back to The MMA Beatdown for our PFL News section to get updates on this and all the latest PFL events.

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UFC 276 Fight Poll

UFC 276 fight poll is here with just days left before the event gets underway. The events don’t come any larger than this one, as there will be two UFC title defenses taking place on July 2, 2022 live from the T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas, NV.

The UFC’s #3 pound for pound best, Israel Adesanya, will be defending his middleweight tile against the #2 contender Jared Cannonier. Cannonier proves to be a dangerous opponent, having stopped 10 of his 15 wins by way of knockout. Meanwhile, Adesanya looks to cement a legacy in the division and the sport.

Adesanya vs Cannonier Fight Poll



The other title fight? That’s the UFC’s #2 pound for pound fighter, Alexander Volkanovski, as he will attempt to defend the featherweight belt against #1 competitor Max Holloway. This will be the third meeting these two have had in the octagon and by no means does anyone expect a dull evening.

Volkanovski vs Holloway Fight Poll

Do the odds makers have this one right? There have been a lot of titles changing hands here lately so it seems that nothing will surprise us anymore. The only thing that’s certain is that the UFC has an awesome night of fights coming up.

If you want to catch the action it all starts live at 5:00 PM CDT on the UFC Fight Pass. Be sure to check back the UFC News page to see all of our updates on UFC events as they come in.

That’s it for the UFC 276 fight poll. We hope you got to cast your picks and see how your votes stack up. As always, thanks for choosing The MMA Beatdown to be your source for Mixed Martial Arts news and entertainment.

UFC 276 Fight Card

Next on deck is a highly anticipated event and the fans couldn’t be more pleased to see this stacked UFC 276 fight card. The event headlines two title fights. Adesanya will defend the middleweight title when he faces the number two contender in the division, Jared Cannonier.

Also defending his title, Alexander Volkanovski will put his belt on the line when he meets number one contender Max Holloway, in the featherweight division, for the third time. These two have fought wars in the past and fight fans expect nothing less in this trilogy.

Check out the UFC’s free fight video, featuring the first encounter of Volkanovski vs Holloway at UFC 245 in December of 2019.

Main Card (On PPV through ESPN+ at 9:00 PM CDT)

Israel Adesanya #c (22-1-0), (-390), vs Jared Cannonier #2 (15-5-0), (+320) – middleweight title bout

Alexander Volkanovski #c (24-1-0), (-195) vs Max Holloway #1 (23-6-0), (+165) – featherweight title bout


Sean Strickland #4 (25-3-0), (+100) vs Alex Pereira (5-1-0), (-120) – middleweight bout

Pedro Munhoz #10 (19-7-0, 1NC), (+220) vs Sean O’Malley #13 (15-1-0), (-260) – bantamweight bout

Robbie Lawler (29-15-0, 1NC), (-125) vs Bryan Barberena (17-8-0), (+105) – welterweight bout

Prelims (airing on ABC, ESPN and ESPN+ at 7:00 PM CDT)

Brad Riddell #14 (10-2-0), (+115) vs Jalin Turner (12-5-0), (-135) – lightweight bout

Ian Garry (9-0-0), (-165) vs Gabriel Green (11-3-0), (+140) – welterweight bout

Jim Miller (34-16-0, 1NC), (-210) vs Donald Cerrone (36-16-0), (+180) – welterweight bout

Brad Tavares #12 (19-7-0), (+105) vs Dricus Du Plessis (16-2-0), (-125) – middleweight bout

Early Prelims (on UFC Fight Pass at 5:00 PM CDT)

Uriah Hall #9 (18-10-0), (+235) vs Andre Muniz #13 (22-4-0), (-280) – middleweight bout

Jessica Eye #10 (15-10-0, 1NC), (+200) vs Maycee Barber #13 (10-2-0), (-240) – women’s flyweight bout

Jessica-Rose- Clark (11-7-0, 1NC) vs Julija Stoliarenko (9-7-1) – women’s bantamweight bout

That sums up the great nights line up of entertainment. It looks Donald Cerrone will be back to fight fellow MMA veteran Jim Miller. Sean O’Malley will have his metal tested as he fights Pedro Munhoz for the top ten spot in the division.

That sums up the UFC 276 fight card. Check back to the UFC News section of this site for all our updates on UFC related events. Thanks for choosing The MMA Beatdown to be your source for Mixed Martial Arts news.


UFC Fight Night Tsarukyan vs Gamrot Results

Tsarukyan vs Gamrot results are finalized. The UFC Fight Night event went down June 25, 2022 live from the UFC APEX in Las Vegas, NV. The fights all went down with no issues.

The main event was Arman Tsarukyan #11 vs Mateusz Gamrot #12 in the lightweight division. Both fighters were looking to put the division on notice with an impressive performance, and hopefully make a case for a top ten competitor. Ultimately, it was Gamrot who proved to be the better man that night, as the judges awarded him the unanimous decision.

Also on the card, co-main event Neil Magny #10 vs Shavkat Rakhmonov #15 in the welterweight division. Rakhmonov put a clinic on Magny, controlling every aspect of the fight. With just a few seconds remaining in the second round, Rakhmonov switched to a guillotine choke on Magny and secured the tap out.

Here’s the Post-Fight press conference courtesy of the UFC. Below that are the results for each matchup.

Tsarukyan vs Gamrot Weigh-In Results

Main Card (airing live on ESPN and ESPN+ at 9:00 PM CDT)

Arman Tsarukyan #11 (18-2-0) vs Mateusz Gamrot #12 (20-1-0, 1NC) – lightweight bout – Gamrot won this one by unanimous decision

Neil Magny #10 (26-10-0) vs Shavkat Rakhmonov #15 (16-0-0) – welterweight bout – Round 2 submission win for Rakhmonov and Performance of the Night

Josh Parisian (14-5-0) vs Alan Baudot (8-4-0) – heavyweight bout – Round 2 KO/TKO and Performance of the Night winner.

Thiago Moises (16-6-0) vs Christos Giagos (19-10-0) – lightweight bout – Round 1 Submission win for Moises and Performance of the Night winner

Nate Maness (14-2-0) vs Umar Nurmagomedov (15-0-0) – bantamweight bout – unanimous decision win for Nurmagomedov

Chris Curtis (29-8-0) vs Rodolfo Vieira (8-2-0) – middleweight bout – Curtis by unanimous decision

Prelims (airing on EPSN 2 and ESPN+ at 6:00 PM CDT)

Carlos Ulberg (7-1-0) vs Tafon Nchukwi (6-3-0) – light heavyweight bout – 1st round KO win for Ulberg

Shayilan Nuerdanbieke (38-10-0) vs TJ Brown (16-9-0) – featherweight bout – Unanimous Decision win for Nuerdanbieke

Raulian Paiva (21-5-0) vs Sergey Morozov (18-5-0) – bantamweight bout – Morozov by unanimous decision

JP Buys (9-5-0) vs Cody Durden (13-4-1) – flyweight bout – Durden by Round 1 KO

Brian Kelleher (24-14-0) vs Mario Bautista (10-2-0) – bantamweight bout – Bautista by Round 1 submission

Vanessa Demopoulos (8-4-0) vs Jinh Yu Frey (11-7-0) – women’s strawweight bout – Demopoulos by split decision.

That’s it for the UFC Vegas 57 results. Be sure to check back to our UFC News page to get all our UFC updates. Thanks for coming by allowing The MMA Beatdown to be your source for all your Mixed Martial Arts news and information.

Bellator 282 Results

Bellator 282 results are in and the night was a rousing success.

The main event was middleweight champion Gegard Mousasi against undefeated Johnny Eblen. Ultimately, the fight went the distance and Eblen got his hand raised.

There were a lot of talented fighters putting on excellent displays. The results of each matchup are highlighted below. If you would rather, we’ve included the prelims in a video courtesy of Bellator MMA. The Bellator 282 results are listed below the video.

Bellator 282 Results

Main Card aired on Showtime

Gegard Mousasi #c (49-8-2) vs Johnny Eblen (12-0-0) – middleweight title bout – Eblen by decision

Leandro Higo (21-6-0) vs Danny Sabatello (13-1-0) – bantamweight bout – Sabetello by decision

Magomed Magomedov (19-2-0) vs Enrique Barzola (18-6-2) – bantamweight bout – Magomedov by a round 4 guillotine submission

Brennan Ward (16-6-0) vs Kassius Kayne (12-8-0) – welterweight bout – R2 TKO win for Ward

Prelims aired on Showtime

Dan Moret (15-8-0) vs Killys Mota (13-3-0) – lightweight bout – Mota by decision

Lucas Brennan (7-0-0) vs Johnny Soto (4-3-0) – featherweight bout – Brennan won by submission in the first round

Brent Primus (11-3-0), (156lbs) vs Alexander Shabliy (23-3-0), (155.75lbs) – lightweight bout – R2 Knockout for Shabliy

Cat Zingano (13-4-0) vs Pam Sorenson (9-5-0) – women’s featherweight bout – Zingano by decision

Anatoly Tokov (31-2-0) vs Muhammad Abdullah (10-6-0) – middleweight bout –

Sabah Homasi (17-10-0) vs Maycon Mendonca (11-6-0) – welterweight bout – Sabah took this by KO in R1

Alejandra Lara (9-6-0) vs Ilara Joanne (10-6-0) – women’s flyweight bout – decision win for Joanne

Cody Law (6-1-0) vs James Gonzalez (9-5-0) – featherweight bout – decision win for Gonzalez

Fabio Aguiar (18-3-0) vs Aaron Jeffery (12-3-0) – middleweight bout – R2 TKO for Jeffery

Mandel Nallo (9-2-1) vs Bryce Logan (12-7-0) – lightweight bout – Nallo by way of Round 1 TKO

That’s it for the Bellator 282 results, another exciting night of fights being showcased. Be sure to check back to our Bellator News section to get all Bellator updates we encounter. Thank you for allowing The MMA Beatdown to be your source for Mixed Martial Arts news and current events.

UFC Fight Night Tsarukyan vs Gamrot Weigh ins

UFC Fight Night Tsarukyan vs Gamrot weigh ins are over. None of the fighters missed their weight for the event, leaving everyone’s fight money in tact.

The event will be going down June 25th, 2022 from the UFC APEX arena in Las Vegas, NV. Prelims will air on ESPN 2 and ESPN+ and begin at 6:00 PM CDT. The main card will air on ESPN and ESPN+ with an air time of 9:00 PM CDT.

For those who do not wish to wade through the text, here is a video from the UFC.

Tsarukyan vs Gamrot Weigh-In Results

Main Card (airing live on ESPN and ESPN+ at 9:00 PM CDT)

Arman Tsarukyan #11 (18-2-0), (-285), (156lbs) vs Mateusz Gamrot #12 (20-1-0, 1NC), (+240), (156lbs) – lightweight bout

Neil Magny #10 (26-9-0), (+320), (171lbs) vs Shavkat Rakhmonov #15 (15-0-0), (-390), (170.5lbs) – welterweight bout

Josh Parisian (14-5-0), (-105), (265.5lbs) vs Alan Baudot (8-4-0), (-115), (253lbs) – heavyweight bout

Thiago Moises (15-6-0), (-255), (155.5lbs) vs Christos Giagos (19-9-0), (-115), (156lbs) – lightweight bout

Nate Maness (14-1-0), (+625), (135lbs) vs Umar Nurmagomedov (14-0-0), (-900), (136lbs) – bantamweight bout

Chris Curtis (28-8-0), (-135), (185.5lbs) vs Rodolfo Vieira (8-1-0), (+115) (185lbs) – middleweight bout

Prelims (airing on EPSN 2 and ESPN+ at 6:00 PM CDT)

Carlos Ulberg (6-1-0), (-115), (204.5lbs) vs Tafon Nchukwi (6-2-0), (+105), (206lbs) – light heavyweight bout

Shayilan Nuerdanbieke (37-10-0), (146lbs) vs TJ Brown (16-8-0), (145.5lbs) – featherweight bout

Raulian Paiva (21-4-0), (+120), (136lbs) vs Sergey Morozov (17-5-0), (-140), (136lbs) – bantamweight bout

JP Buys (9-4-0), (-120), (126lbs) vs Cody Durden (12-4-1), (+100), (126lbs) – flyweight bout

Brian Kelleher (24-13-0), (+140), (135lbs) vs Mario Bautista (9-2-0), (-165), (135lbs) – bantamweight bout

Vanessa Demopoulos (7-4-0), (+220), (115.5lbs) vs Jinh Yu Frey (11-6-0), (-260), (115.5lbs) – women’s strawweight bout

That’s it for the UFC Fight Night Tsarukyan vs Gamrot weigh ins. Check back at the UFC News page for results and other information as it comes. As always, thank you for allowing The MMA Beatdown to be your source for Mixed Martial Arts news.

PFL 4 Results

The PFL 4 results are in the books. This one went down Friday June 17 at the Overtime Elite Arena in Atlanta, GA. The main event featured featherweights Clay Collard vs Alexander Martinez. This fight went the distance and Martinez was declared the winner.

Also on the card, two champions were looking to advance in the competition. Light-heavyweight champion Antonio Carlos Jr fought off Bruce Souto in a decision victory to advance, and lightweight champion Raush Manfio was knocked out of the tournament when he met Olivier Aubin-Mercier who also won by decision.

Check out the rest of the fight results below. All in all a pretty great night of entertainment. Here’s a video of the highlights from PFL 4, courtesy of the Professional Fighters League.

PFL 4 Results

Clay Collard (21-10-0, 1NC) vs Alexander Martinez (10-2-0, 1NC) – decision victory for Martinez

Antonio Carlos Jr (15-5-0, 2NC) vs Bruce Souto (15-5-0) – light heavyweight – decision victory for Carlos Jr.

Raush Manfio (16-4-0) vs Olivier Aubin-Mercier (15-5-0) – lightweight – decision victory for Aubin-Mercier

Jeremy Stephens (29-20-0) vs Myles Price (11-9-0) – lightweight – decision victory for Stephens

Omari Akhmedov (23-7-1) vs Teodoras Aukstuolis (11-7-0) – light heavyweight – R2 submission for Akhmedov (arm-triangle)

Natan Schulte (22-5-1) vs Marcin Held (27-9-0) – lightweight – decision victory for Schulte

Emiliano Sordi (23-11-1) vs Delan Monte (9-2-0) – light heavyweight – R1 TKO victory for Monte

Robert Wilkinson (15-2-0) vs Viktor Pesta (18-8-0) – light heavyweight – R1 TKO victory for Wilkinson

Marthin Hamlet (9-4-0) vs Josh Silveira (9-0-0) – light heavyweight – R1 TKO victory for Silveira

Jake Childers (9-3-0) vs Nater Jennerman (16-5-0) – lightweight – R2 submission for Jennerman

That’s it for the PFL 4 results. The fights were entertaining and the million dollar tournament is heating up. For more news on the 2022 PFL season check out our PFL News.

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Bellator 282 Weigh in

The fighters took to the scales for the Bellator 282 weigh in. The event will go down Friday, June 24th from the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT. Prelims start at 6:00 PM ET with the main card kicking off at 9:00 PM ET, airing on Showtime.

The main event on the nights card is for the Middleweight title as champion Gegard Mousasi defends against undefeated Johnny Eblen. Mousasi looks to make it 5 in a row, since he last lost in 2019 against Rafael Lavato Jr in a decision.

The fighters have all hit the scales and made weight. Magomedov was having some issues but his second attempt saw success. Below are the Bellator 282 weigh ins. There’s also a video, courtesy of Bellator MMA, showcasing the weigh ins.

Bellator 282 Weigh In results

Main Card airing on Showtime at 9:00 PM ET

Gegard Mousasi #c (49-7-2), (185lbs) vs Johnny Eblen (11-0-0), (185lbs) – middleweight title bout

Leandro Higo (21-5-0), (134.75lbs) vs Danny Sabatello (12-1-0), (134.75lbs) – bantamweight bout

Magomed Magomedov (18-2-0), (135lbs) vs Enrique Barzola (18-5-2), (135lbs) – bantamweight bout

Brennan Ward (15-6-0), (171lbs) vs Kassius Kayne (12-7-0), (169.75lbs) – welterweight bout

Prelims airing on Showtime at 6:00 PM ET

Dan Moret (15-7-0), (155.5lbs) vs Killys Mota (12-3-0), (155.5lbs) – lightweight bout

Lucas Brennan (6-0-0), (145.75lbs) vs Johnny Soto (4-2-0), (145.5lbs) – featherweight bout

Brent Primus (11-2-0), (156lbs) vs Alexander Shabliy (22-3-0), (155.75lbs) – lightweight bout

Cat Zingano (12-4-0), (145.25lbs) vs Pam Sorenson (9-4-0), (146lbs) – women’s featherweight bout

Anatoly Tokov (30-2-0), (186lbs) vs Muhammad Abdullah (10-5-0), (184.25lbs) – middleweight bout

Sabah Homasi (16-10-0), (170lbs) vs Maycon Mendonca (11-5-0), (170.75lbs) – welterweight bout

Alejandra Lara (9-5-0), (125.5lbs) vs Ilara Joanne (9-6-0), (125lbs) – women’s flyweight bout

Cody Law (6-0-0), (145.75lbs) vs James Gonzalez (8-5-0), (145.75lbs) – featherweight bout

Fabio Aguiar (18-2-0), (184lbs) vs Aaron Jeffery (11-3-0), (184.25lbs) – middleweight bout

Mandel Nallo (8-2-1), (155.5lbs) vs Bryce Logan (12-6-0), (156lbs) – lightweight bout

That’s it for the Bellator 282 weigh ins. Be sure to check back in with The MMA Beatdown after the fights go down June 24th at our Bellator news section. Thanks for visiting and allowing The MMA Beatdown to be your source for mixed martial arts news.

UFC Vegas 57 Fight Poll

Here’s the UFC Vegas 57 Fight Poll. The upcoming main event at UFC Vegas 57 is set to take place Saturday, June 25th live from the UFC APEX center in Las Vegas. Here’s a promotional video of the event, courtesy of the UFC.

Headlined by #11 Arman Tsarukyan against # 12 Mateusz Gamrot in the lightweight division. Each fighter looks to stop the domination of the other as Tsarukyan has won five straight while his opponent has won his last three. Who will stop the winning streak and look to break into the top 10 of the division?

The co-main event is welterweights Neil Magny #10 and Shavkat Rakhmonov #15 in the division. Magny looks to increase his win streak to three against the undefeated “Nomad” who has stopped every opponent he’s faced.

For the entire UFC Vegas 57 Fight Card click the link. There are some excellent matchups booked for the night. Be sure to come back to The MMA Beatdown for weigh-in results and any updates for this upcoming, action-packed weekend! That’s it for the Who Will Win UFC Vegas 57, Fight Poll. Tune in for the prelims on ESPN2 and ESPN+ at 6:00 PM CDT and the main event will be aired on ESPN and ESPN+ at 9:00 PM CDT. Thank you for allowing The MMA Beatdown to be your choice for Mixed Martial Arts news.