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PFL 6 2022 Results
The PFL 6 2022 results have come to a close this Friday July 1, 2022. The fights were exciting and the main events were not disappointing in the slightest. On the card, women’s PFL pound for pound best, Kayla Harrison was slated to face of against Kaitlin young.
It was an early stoppage for Kayla Harrison who went to work on Young taking her out with a TKO and advancing in the tournament.
Ray Cooper III came out and finished the other Cooper in just 24 seconds of the 1st round. However, it was Magomedkerimov, with a first round KO that took out Dilano in the 1st round, which knocked Cooper III out of Playoff contention before he had a chance.
Here’s a video of the PFL 6 2022 results highlights, courtesy of the PFL.
PFL 6 2022 Results
Main Event (aired on ESPN and ESPN+ at 8:00 PM ET)
Kayla Harrison (14-0-0) vs Kaitlin Young (12-13-1) – women’s lightweight bout – Harrison via 1st round TKO
Rory Macdonald (23-9-1) vs Sadibou Sy (11-6-2, 1NC) – welterweight bout – Sy by decision
Ray Cooper III (25-8-1) vs Brett Cooper (28-17-0) – welterweight bout – Cooper III by 1st round TKO
Magomed Magomedkerimov (29-6-0) vs Dilano Taylor (9-2-0) – welterweight bout – R1 TKO win for Magomedkerimov
Larissa Pacheco (18-4-0) vs Genah Fabian (5-4-0) – women’s lightweight bout – 1st round TKO for Pacheco
Jarrah Al Silawi (18-4-0) vs Magomed Umalatov (13-0-0) – welterweight bout – 1st round KO for Umalatov
Prelims (aired at 5:00 PM ET on ESPN+)
Marina Mokhnatkina (7-3-0) vs Abigail Montes (3-2-0) – women’s lightweight bout – decision for Mokhnatkina
Martina Jindrova (6-2-0) vs Zamzagul Fayzallonva (7-4-0) – women’s lightweight bout – Round 1 TKO for Jindrova
Olena Kolesnyk (7-4-0, 1 NC) vs Vanessa Melo (11-10-0) – women’s lightweight bout – Kolesnyk by decision
That wraps up the PFL 6 2022 results. For more information on the tournament to a million dollars check out the PFL News section. The next on deck will be the first round of the PFL playoffs set to take place on August 5th, when lightweights and light-heavyweights make their case for a million dollar prize and championship bragging rights.
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