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Friday, August 17, 2018

Bellator 204: Caldwell v Lahat Results


Complete Bellator 204 Main Card:
Featherweight Main Event: Darrion Caldwell (13-1) def. Noad Lahat (12-4) via TKO (punches) at 2:46 of round two
*Caldwell’s bantamweight title was not on the line
Welterweight Co-Main Event: Logan Storley (9-0) def. A.J. Matthews (9-8) via TKO (punches) at 3:56 of round two
Bantamweight Main Card Bout: Ricky Bandejas (11-1) def. James Gallagher (7-1) via KO (strikes) at 2:49 of round one
 Featherweight Main Card Bout: Tywan Claxton (3-0) def. Cris Lencioni (3-2) via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Preliminary Card:
Lightweight Preliminary Bout: Omar Morales (7-0) def. Troy Nawrocki (3-1) via KO (strikes) at 0:58 of round one
Lightweight Preliminary Bout: Demarques Jackson (9-2) def. Bryce Logan (9-3) via split decision (28-29, 29-28, 30-27)
Welterweight Preliminary Bout: Jason Jackson (8-3) def. Jordon Larson (9-5) via TKO (punches) at 3:52 of round one
Welterweight Preliminary Bout: David Michaud (13-4) def. Corey Davis (3-1) via KO (punches) at 1:42 of round one
Middleweight Preliminary Bout: Romero Cotton (3-0) def. Willie Whitehead (2-3) via TKO (strikes) at 4:12 of round one
Welterweight Preliminary Bout: Tyler Ray (3-1) def. Seth Bass (4-3) via KO (strikes) at 3:30 of round 1
Lightweight Preliminary Bout: Keith Phathaem (1-1) vs. Micah Peatrowsky (2-1) via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)
Flyweight Preliminary Bout: Lloyd McKinney (8-5) def. Robiel Tesfaldet (2-2) via submission (arm triangle choke) at 4:17 of round three
Middleweight Preliminary Bout: Jeff Nielsen (2-0) def. Wyatt Meyer (1-1) via TKO (punches) at 2:53 of round one
 

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

2018 IBJJF Master


The 2018 IBJJF Master takes place August 22 through 25, 2018 at the Las Vegas Convention Center Hall C4 located at 3150 Paradise Rd in Las Vegas, Nevada. This event has exploded in popularity the last few years and is super competitive bringing some of the top World champions of recent past competing against top challengers.

Schedule:

Wednesday
Black belt master 1
Brown belt master 1 to 7

Thursday
 
Black belt master 2 and 3
Blue belt master 1

Friday
 
Black belt master 4 to 7
Blue belt master 2 to 7

Saturday
 
Purple belt master 1 to 7

Monday, August 6, 2018

Bellator 206: Welterweight Grand Prix


DOUGLAS LIMA VS. ANDREY KORESHKOV TRILOGY KICKS OFF TOURNAMENT AT BELLATOR 206 IN SAN JOSE ON SEPT. 29

LOS ANGELES – The bracket for the Bellator Welterweight World Grand Prix on DAZN has been set.

Streaming exclusively on DAZN, the world’s first truly dedicated LIVE sports streaming service, the first round includes a highly anticipated grudge match, a trilogy matchup between former champs looking to reclaim the title, a battle of undefeated elite prospects and a championship on the line. Click here to view the full Bellator Welterweight World Grand Prix on DAZN bracket unveiling on YouTube.

It all begins with Bellator 206 on September 29 at SAP Center in San Jose, Calif., as former champions Douglas “The Phenom” Lima (29-7) and Andrey “Spartan” Koreshkov (21-2) square off in an exciting trilogy bout. With the series tied at one win apiece, fans can expect fireworks in this long-awaited rubber match between two of the absolute best welterweights in the world. Coinciding with DAZN’s September U.S. launch, this event will stream live and exclusively on DAZN beginning at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT.

The remaining first-round matchups feature six more of the world’s best 170-pounders, including an explosive all-British grudge match between MMA veteran Paul “Semtex” Daley (40-16-2) and the flashy undefeated Michael “Venom” Page (13-0), more commonly known to fans as “MVP.” Additionally, former three-time NCAA Division 1 National Champion wrestler from Penn State EZ” Ed Ruth (6-0) will test his skills against undefeated Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt Neiman Gracie (8-0), while the fourth and final first round bout of the Grand Prix will feature current Bellator welterweight champion Rory “Red King” MacDonald (20-4) defending his title against former Purdue wrestler and perennial contender Jon Fitch (31-7-1, 1 NC).

In addition, a bout pitting Lorenz “The Monsoon” Larkin (19-7, 1 NC) against unbeaten Yaroslav “Dynamo” Amosov (20-0) will serve as a tournament alternate contest, with the victor available to fill in due to any unforeseen circumstances where a prior winner is unable to compete. Dates and locations for the remaining first round bouts, semi-finals and final will be determined at a later date.

All Bellator Welterweight World Grand Prix on DAZN contests will consist of five rounds. Beginning with MacDonald versus Fitch, each time an athlete enters a tournament bout as champion, the Bellator welterweight title will be on the line, culminating in the Welterweight World Grand Prix on DAZN winner becoming the undisputed Bellator welterweight champion.

Earlier this year, Bellator and DAZN announced a multi-year landmark distribution agreement. DAZN, the world’s largest dedicated live sports streaming service and part of Perform Group, will feature seven exclusive stacked fight cards per year on DAZN and another 15 that are simulcast across Paramount Network and DAZN. DAZN, which now streams 15,000 live events and 100 million hours of sports content globally each year, will be available in the U.S. this September for $9.99 a month, with the first month free for new subscribers.

Bellator Welterweight World Grand Prix on DAZN First-Round Matchups:
Bellator 206 at SAP Center – Sept. 29: Douglas Lima (29-7) vs. Andrey Koreshkov (21-2)
TBA: Paul Daley (40-16-2) vs. Michael Page (13-0) 
TBA: Neiman Gracie (8-0) vs. Ed Ruth (6-0) 
TBA: Rory MacDonald (20-4) vs. Jon Fitch (31-7-1, 1 NC)

Alternate Bout - TBA: Lorenz Larkin (19-7, 1 NC) vs. Yaroslav Amosov (20-0)

Saturday, August 4, 2018

UFC 227: Dillashaw v Garbrandt 2 Results






UFC 227 Dillashaw v Garbrandat takes place today, Saturday August 4, 2018 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. The main events feature fights between Bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw and Cody Garbrandt and a Flyweight title fight between current champion Demetrius Johnson and Henry Cejudo

Main Card (On PPV)

T.J. Dillashaw  v Cody Garbrandt- Dillashaw by TKO -strikes- 4:17 R1

Demetrious Johnson v Henry Cejudo - Cejudo by split decision R5
    
Cub Swanson v Renato Moicano- Moicano by submission -RNC- 4:15 R1
              
Polyana Viana v JJ Aldrich- Aldrich by unanimous decision R3
              
Thiago Santos v Kevin Holland- Santos by unanimous decision R3

              
Preliminary Card (On FX)

Pedro Munhoz v Brett Johns- Munhoz by unanimous decision R3

             
Ricky Simon v Montel Jackson - Simon by unanimous decision R3

Ricardo Ramos v Kyung Ho Kang  - Ramos by split decision R3
           
Sheymon Moraes v Matt Sayles - Moraes by unanimous decision R3

Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)

Alex Perez v Jose Torres - Perez by KO -punches- 3:36 R1

Zhang Weili v Danielle Taylor - Weili by unanimous decision R3

Marlon Vera v Wuliji Buren - Vera by TKO -punches- 4:53  R2

Sunday, July 29, 2018

Grand Opening: Tokyo kicks off the 2018/2019 season of the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Jiu-Jitsu World Tour with full day of thrilling matches

Photo Amanda Nunes/Gentle Art Media



A brand new venue to open a brand new year. The 2018/2019 season of the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Jiu-Jitsu World Tour was up to a good start this Sunday, July 29, in Tokyo, Japan. The crowd that packed the stands at the Ota Center General Gymnasium was treated to unparalleled thrills in the largest Abu Dhabi Grand Slam event in Japan so far. More than 700 athletes of all belts and age groups gave their best to achieve their goals and walk out with the much desired gold medals and also a good share of over US$ 120,000 in prizes. The black belt division, both for adult athletes and masters, was the main center of attention for all of those who came to watch in loco as well as those who watched live on TV or over the internet. After a full day of matches, here are the final results of each weight class in the adult black belt division.

Male Black Belt

56kg – In a single match between two countrymen, Japan's Nobuhiro Sawada beat Massaki Todokoro 1-0 on advantages after a very close and tough match.

62kg – Tomoyuki Hashimoto caught Brazil's João Gabriel Batista early in a triangle in the final, but the Brazilian was able to escape after a long struggle. Nevertheless, the advantage for the triangle was the edge Hashimoto needed to win the gold medal. Before the final, Hashimoto finished Yuto Hirao in his first match of the day.

69kg – In a single match, Australia's Lee Ting beat Brazil's Marcio Medeiros with a 8-0 lead that secured him the gold medal.

77kg – Diego Ramalho had a long way to the title. In four matches, he first beat South Korea's Inseong Jang 2-0, then repeated the score against Canadian Jacob Mackenzie to meet and finish Japan's Yuji Okamoto in the semifinal. The gold medal match was a close affair, with Ramalho and Kleber Koike fighting to the very end. A narrow 1-0 lead on advantages allowed Ramalho to take the title home.

85kg – The USA also had one champion crowned in DJ Jackson. The black belt fought three times this Sunday, first finishing Japan's Takagi Shota with and armbar and then also getting the tap against Alan Fidelis. In the final, Jackson worked his top game to outscore Great Britain's Bradley Hill with a takedown and a guard pass to build a 5-0 lead.

94kg – Rudson Mateus was another champion to enter the mat three times. He debuted against Germany's Nicolas Penzer, beat by a 9-2 final score. Then he finished Anton Minenko with a armbar from the 50/50 guard and met up with Arya Esfandmaz in the final. The Brazilian black belt imposed his game on Arya to build a 9-0 lead and take the gold medal home.

110kg – In two matches, Guttemberg Pereira was able to dominate the mat and finish Wanderson Amakawa twice to claim the title. The armlock was the weapon of choice both times for Pereira.

Female Brown/Black Belt

49kg – Mayssa Caldas came, fought, finished both her opponents and took the gold medal home. The Brazilian caught Japan's Iori Echigo and Aya Matsumoto with her trademark bow and arrow choke.

55kg – Another reigning ADWPJJC champion, now a black belt, Amal Anjahid kept no prisoners in Tokyo. In two matches, she first finished South Korea's Eummi Lee with a lapel choke from side control and then caught Livia Gluchowska with a foot lock to continue to reign supreme in the division.

62kg – In one match, Larissa Paes beat Natalia Zumba 5-2 to take the gold medal home.

70kg – Samantha Cook and Claudia were the favorites to be in the final and both made it there. Do Val beat Meagan Evans 2-0 and Priscilla Cerqueira by decision to reach the gold medal match. Cook caught Caroline Marciano with a choke from the back. In the final, after a very close match, the referees decided in favor of Cook following a 0-0 tie on points.

90kg – Gabrieli Pessanha is another upcoming talent that deserves attention. In two matches, she paved her way to the gold medal with imposing performances. She first beat Jessica Andrade 17-2 and then outscored Shantelle Thompson 14-0.

Legends

Shaolin secures a narrow win against a very game Daisuke Shiraki

The match was way closer than most of the crowd expected. Two times Legends champion Vitor Shaolin had to work really hard to beat a very tough opponent in Japan's Daisuke Shiraki. The Japanese black belt started out in full speed to quickly reach Shaolin's half guard and score an advantage. With all the experience acquired in decades of training and competing, Shaolin put the breaks on Shiraki's enthusiasm and found the strength to attack a cross choke from the closed guard to score an advantage and secure the win by one penalty. The crowd was pleased with the show put by both fighters.

Teams

After all was said and done, the teams received the trophies for the collective results of its athletes. The podium was formed as follows:
1st – Axis Jiu-Jitsu Academy (Japan) – 6390pts
2nd – Infight Japan (Japan) – 2920pts
3rd – Al Jazira Jiu-Jitsu Club (UAE) – 1820pts
The complete results for the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Tokyo are here.
The Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Jiu-Jitsu World Tour will be back in less than two months. The second leg of the 2018/2019 season is already schedule September 22, in Los Angeles, USA. The registration is already open for athletes of all nationalities. Secure your spot now. Click here to register.

About the UAEJJF
With the support and guidance of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, the UAE Jiu-Jitsu Federation was established in November 2012 as the official authority for Jiu-Jitsu in the UAE.

The Federation plays a leading role in supporting Jiu-Jitsu and contributing to building a strong generation of UAE athletes to excel at the local and international levels. The Federation’s role is to implement policies that develop the sport in collaboration with various government entities, educational institutions and other partners in order to advance the sport locally, regionally and globally.

Saturday, July 28, 2018

Official Weigh Ins at Ab Dhabi Grand Slam Tokyo


OFFICIAL WEIGH-INS CONDUCTED AHEAD OF ABU DHABI GRAND SLAM®TOKYO AT THE OTA GYMNASIUM

Black belt superstars Daisuke Sugie, Vitor Shaolin and Amal Amjahid made weight ahead of their highly anticipated matches.

Tokyo, Japan, 28thJuly, 2018: The UAE Jiu-Jitsu Federation®, the official authority for the sport of Jiu-Jitsu in the United Arab Emirates, conducted the official Weigh-ins today at the OTA Gymnasium, ahead of Abu Dhabi Grand Slam® | Tokyo.
                             
Black belt world champions; Amal Amjahid, Claudia Do Val, Mayssa Caldas, DJ Jackson, Kaynan Duarte, Rudson Matheus, Guttemberg Pereira, João Gabriel Rocha, Gerard Labinski, among many others made weight ahead of their highly anticipated fights. 

“The training camp and weight cut couldn't have been better for me. I am competing in all the Grand Slams and World Pro events, I am already feeling the buzz here, can’t wait for tomorrow. Jiu-Jitsu is about finesse and technique, not strength, so that is what all the fans will get from me tomorrow.” said Amal Amjahid, Female Adult Brown/Black belt, 55kg

“I make the 70kg weight easily, so I am rarely dehydrated or anything. I am very happy once again to compete in the new season of the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam, it’s a joy and thrill to challenge top players in the game and that is what is on offer at the UAEJJF tournaments. I want to thank all my fans, especially here in Tokyo, see you all tomorrow” said Claudia Do Val, Female Adult Brown/Black belt, 70kg


EVENT AND BROADCAST
The Abu Dhabi Grand Slam® in Tokyo will begin at 9:30am until 18:00pm (Tokyo standard time) at the OTA Gymnasium. Catch the action live on Abu Dhabi Sports in the UAE & MENA region, Combate in Brazil, FloGrappling worldwide stream and Airtel TV, Jio TV, Idea Movies & TV, Triple Play IPTV in India.

The show will also be broadcasted on delayed basis on FOX Sports in Asia, Fight Network in Canada, Europe and MENA, ABS-CBN Sports in Philippines, Astro in Malaysia, Starhub in Singapore, Orange TV, IndiHome, My Republic in Indonesia, SCTV in Vietnam, EB-TV steam in Asia, Singtel in Singapore and Australia, SFR Sports in Europe, Super Sport and Azam Sports in Africa, Fight Sports in Caribbean, North America and Europe, Eleven Sports in Europe, Sharjah Sports and Dubai Sports in MENA.

UFC on Fox 30 : Alvarez v Poirier 2 Results


UFC on FOX 30: Alvarez v Poirier 2 takes place today Saturday, July 28, 2018 at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The main event features a rematch between Dustin Poirier and Eddie Alvarez.

Main Card (Live on FOX, 5:00 PM PST)

-Dustin Poirier over Eddie Alvarez - by TKO -punches- 4:05 R2
-Jose Aldo over Jeremy Stephens - by TKO -punches- 4:19 R1
-Joanna Jedrzejczyk over Tecia Torres by unanimous decision R3
-Alexander Hernandez over Olivier Aubin-Mercier by unanimous decision R3

Preliminary Card (Live on FOX, 3:00 PM EST)

-Jordan Mein over Alex Morono by unanimous decision R3
-Hakeem Dawodu over Austin Arnett by unanimous decision R3
-Islam Makhachev over Kajan Johnson by submission -armbar- 4:43 R1
-Ion Cutelaba over Gadzhimurad Antigulov by TKO -strikes- 4:25 R1

Preliminary Bouts (Live on UFC Fight Pass, 1:00 PM EST)

-John Makdessi over Ross Pearson by unanimous decision R3
-Katlyn Chookagian over Alexis Davis by unanimous decision R3
-Dustin Ortiz over Matheus Nicolau by KO -strikes- 3:49 R1
-Nina Ansaroff over Randa Markos by unanimous decision R3
-Devin Powell over Alvaro Herrera by KO -kicks- 1:52 R1

Monday, July 23, 2018

Fedor v Sonnen at Bellator 208


FEDOR EMELIANENKO MEETS CHAEL SONNEN IN SEMIFINALS OF BELLATOR HEAVYWEIGHT WORLD GRAND PRIX AT NYCB LIVE, HOME OF THE NASSAU VETERANS MEMORIAL COLISEUM ON LONG ISLAND SATURDAY, OCT. 13


 
TICKETS FOR BELLATOR 208: FEDOR VS. SONNEN ON SALE THIS FRIDAY, JULY 27

LOS ANGELES – The greatest heavyweight of all time Fedor Emelianenko (37-5, 1 NC) will battle the trash-talking Chael Sonnen (31-15-1) in the second semifinal of Bellator’s Heavyweight World Grand Prix. The highly anticipated matchup will emanate from NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, N.Y., a mere 24 hours after Matt Mitrione takes on Ryan Bader on the opposite side of the bracket.

Tickets for Bellator 208: Fedor vs. Sonnen are available 24-hours early through a special Bellator Nation pre-sale running exclusively on Thursday, July 26. Tickets will go on sale to the general public Friday, July 27 at 10 a.m. ET and can be purchased at the NYCB LIVE box office, as well as Ticketmaster and Bellator.com. Please note that tickets are not available at the box office on the first day of public on sale.

The event will be broadcast LIVE on Paramount Network at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT on Saturday, October 13 and will stream LIVE on DAZN, while preliminary action will stream on Bellator.com and globally on the Bellator Mobile App. Additional bouts will be announced in coming weeks.

Fighting out of Stary Oskol, Belgorod Oblast, Russia, Fedor will enter the Bellator MMA cage for the second time this year, and third time overall, when he takes on Sonnen in the Bellator Heavyweight World Grand Prix semifinals on Saturday, Oct. 13. The sambo fighter looks to build off of his impressive knockout victory over Frank Mir (18-12) at Bellator 198, which came just 48 seconds into the bout. A former PRIDE FC Heavyweight Champion and PRIDE 2004 Heavyweight World Grand Prix Champion, “The Last Emperor” now has his eyes set on the Bellator MMA Heavyweight belt; a title that he is merely two wins away from. With 28 of his 37 career victories ending in a finish, Emelianenko will undoubtedly pursue yet another highlight-reel knockout when he squares off with “The American Gangster” for a place in the World Grand Prix final.

Hailing from West Linn, Ore., Sonnen is fresh off his first-round victory over “Rampage” Jackson at Bellator 192 in the opening round of the Bellator Heavyweight World Grand Prix earlier this year. With other notable wins over the likes of Wanderlei Silva, Michael Bisping and “Shogun” Rua already under his belt, Sonnen now hopes to add the legendary Fedor to his brilliant resume of renowned victories. After jumping up in weight class to compete in the biggest tournament in the promotion’s history, the former University of Oregon wrestler doesn’t seem to have lost a step. Sonnen will look to join the select few who have ever been able to dethrone Emelianenko when he enters the cage on Oct. 13 at NYCB LIVE.

Updated Bellator 208: Fedor vs. Sonnen Fight Card:
Heavyweight World Grand Prix Semifinal Bout: Fedor Emelianenko (37-5, 1 NC) vs. Chael Sonnen (31-15-1)

*Card subject to change.

Sunday, July 22, 2018

UFC Fight Night 134: Shogun v Smith Results



UFC Fight Night 134 took place today, Sunday, July 22, 2018 at the Barclaycard Arena in Hamburg, Germany. The main event featured a light heavyeight fight between former champion Mauricio "Shogan" Rua and Anthony Smith.

Main Card

-Anthony Smith defeated Mauricio Rua by KO -strikes- 1:29 R1
-Corey Anderson defeated Glover Teixeira by unanimous decision R3
-Abu Azaitar defeated Vitor Miranda by unanimous decision R3
-Marcin Tybura defeated Stefan Struve by unanimous decision R3
-Danny Roberts defeated David Zawada by split decision R3
-Nasrat Haqparast defeated Marc Diakiese by unanimous decision R3

Preliminary Card

-Damir Hadzovic defeated Nick Hein by split decision R3
-Bartosz Fabinski defeated Emil Meek by unanimous decision R3
-Nad Narimani defeated Khalid Taha by unanimous decision R3
-Aleksandar Rakic defeated Justin Ledet by unanimous decision R3

Preliminary Bouts

-Manny Bermudez defeated Davey Grant by technical submission -triangle choke- 0:59 R1
-Darko Stosic defeated Jeremy Kimball by TKO -strikes- 3:13 R1
-Pingyuan Liu defeated Damian Stasiak by unanimous decision R3