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Sunday, September 30, 2018

Bellator 206: Mousasi vs. MacDonald Main Card Results:

Gegard Mousasi (44-6-2) defeated Rory MacDonald (20-5) via TKO (punches) at 3:23 of round two

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (38-13) defeated Wanderlei Silva (35-14) via TKO (punches) at 4:32 of round two

Douglas Lima (30-7) defeated Andrey Koreshkov (21-3) via technical submission (rear-naked choke) at 3:04 of round five

 Aaron Pico (4-1) defeated Leandro Higo (18-5) via KO (punches) at 3:19 of round one
Keri Taylor-Melendez (3-0) defeated Dakota Zimmerman (0-1) via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Gaston Bolanos (4-1) defeated Ysidro Gutierrez (4-3) via knockout (punches) at 1:37 of round two

Preliminary Card Results:

Adam Piccolotti (11-2) defeated James Terry (20-10) via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)

Jeremiah Labiano (12-6) defeated Justin Smitley (10-8-1) via TKO (punches) at 3:28 of round one

Arlene Blencowe (11-7) defeated Amber Leibrock (3-2) via TKO (slam, punches) at 1:23 of round three

Josh San Diego (8-4) defeated Joe Neal (6-4) via split decision (29-28, 27-30, 29-28)

Chuck Campbell (1-0) defeated Joseph Ramirez (1-2) via unanimous decision (30-27 x3)

Anthony Figueroa Jr. (1-0) defeated Samuel Romero (0-2) via unanimous decision (29-27, 28-26, 29-26)

Cass Bell (2-0) defeated Ty Costa (3-4) via verbal submission (armbar) 3:06 of round two

Monday, September 24, 2018

Abu Dhabi King of Mats: Erberth Santos reigns in Los Angeles to secure a chance to challenge Alex Trans for the heavyweight beltErberth Santos Photo Ana Nunes.

Erberth Santos Photo:Ane Nunes/Gentle Art Media

The Abu Dhabi King of Mats Heavyweight champion has now an official contender. Erberth Santos fought his way trough the toughest of competitions this Sunday, September 23, in Los Angeles. The Brazilian competitor fought 5 times to earn the right to challenge the champion at the 2019 ADWPJJC. Here's how the bracket ran in a day of insane action at the LA Convention Center.

Erberth Santos debuted on group A against Poland's Gerard Labinski, in a very tough match. One sweep early into the match was responsible for the narrow 2-0 lead that secured Erberth the victory. Santos' second challenge was against young talent Rudson Mateus. Erberth saw the right opportunity to squeeze a toe hold and get the finish. Erberth's third match put him against Jackson Sousa, in a very close match that was only decided by one advantage. Erberth finished his campaign against veteran Alex Ceconi and once again Santos was able to reach the mount and finish the fight with a wrist lock. Jackson Sousa won three out his four matches and also qualified to the semifinals. He beat Alex Ceconi 4-0, Gerard Labinski 2-0 and finally Rudson Mateus 2-0.

On Group B, GF Team's Ricardo Evangelista started out in great style with a toe hold finish on Tanner Rice. His second match was much tougher, as Evangelista was not able to put the breaks on a very active Guttemberg Pereira, who managed two sweeps to beat Ricardo 4-0. Evangelista followed to face Gracie Barra's Gabriel Arges. Again, one sweep early into the match was enough for a 2-0 lead and Ricardo's second victory The final match in Evangelista's campaign was against Poland's Adam Wardzinski. A 2-0 lead on advantages put Evangelista in the semifinals. The other qualified to the semifinals was Guttemberg Pereira, who won three out of four matches. He beat Ricardo Evangelista 4-0, and finally Tanner Rice 2-0.

The matchups in the semifinals would have been Erberth Santos vs. Guttemberg Pereira and Ricardo Evangelista vs. Jackson Sousa. Unfortunately a back injury prevented Guttemberg from continuing in the competition. With that, Erberth Santos advanced straight to the final. In the other semifinal, Jackson Sousa secure his spot in the final with a sweep and a 2-0 lead.
The final was a very close match with both Erberth and Jackson fighting hard for the best grip and the takedown that would put them ahead in the scoreboard. As the time passed, Erberth eventually pulled guard and tried to sweep as Jackson worked his guard pass. At the five minute mark, the score was still 0-0 and the referees decided unanimously in favor of Erberth. He now goes on to challenge Trans in 2019.

Sunday, September 23, 2018

Abu Dhabi Grand Slam: Black belt divisions rock the ground in Los Angeles

Photo: Ane Nunes/Gentle Art Media

The 2018/2019 season of the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Jiu-Jitsu World Tour landed in Los Angeles this Saturday, September 22. Since 10:00AM, the seven mats set up in the West Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center were the stage for hundreds of athletes to test their skills in search of the ultimate glory of becoming an Abu Dhabi Grand Slam champion.
As usual, the black belt division was the highlight of the program, featuring some of the biggest names in the sport today. Here's how each weight class played out this Saturday at the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Jiu-Jitsu World Tour Los Angeles.

56kg – Jorge Nakamura fought twice to conquer the gold medal. He first beat Carlos Alberto da Silva 4-2 in the semifinals to meet José Carlos Lima in the gold medal match. A choke from the back was the weapon of choice for Nakamura to finish Lima and take the title.

62kg – João Gabriel de Sousa stepped on the mats three times on his way to the gold medal. He first beat Alexis Alduncin 4-2, then beat Pedro Clementino by referee decision to meet up with Hiago George in the final. The gold medal match was a close one. With one sweep, Gabriel was able to score the 2-0 lead that gave him the gold medal.

69kg – Gianni Grippo is back. The 2X ADWPJJC returned to compete at the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam and had no easy path to the title. He first beat Rafael Mansur by penalties and then outscored Thiago Macedo 2-0 on advantages. The final was a reedition of an well-known rivalry with Grippo facing Paulo Miyao. One sweep was enough for Gianni to build the 2-0 lead on points that secured him the title.

77kg – The most crowded division forced the champion to fight no less than four times to secure the gold medal. Caio Soares had no rest during his matches. He debuted with a 4-2 win over Michael Trasso, then beat Leonardo Lara 2-1 on advantages and met up with Alef Brito in the semifinal. A leg lock was responsible for taking Caio to the final. The gold medal match was against Victor Silvério and a tough one. After a 2-2 tie on advantages, the referees decided in favor of Caio in a split decision.

85kg – Manuel Ribamar made his way to the top of the podium in a three-match campaign. He first caught Mateo Tenzera with and armbar, then beat Diego Ramalho 2-1 on advantages. The final was against Rudson Mateus and after a 2-2 tie the referees decided in favor of Ribamar.

94kg – Gustavo Batista fought three times on his way to the gold medal. He first beat Anton Minenko 7-0 to face Adam Wardzinski in the semifinal. A 2-1 lead on advantages put Batista in the gold medal match, where he faced his teammate Kaynan Duarte. A sweep and a 2-0 lead granted Gustavo the title.

110kg – Erberth Santos had three matches to secure the gold medal. He first beat Matheus Felipe by one penalty and then beat Helton Jr 1-0 on advantages. The gold medal match was against Max Gimenes. Erberth found a toehold lock to finish his opponent and take the title.


49kg – Mayssa Bastos is still unbeatable in her division. In los Angeles, she finished Luna Barea twice with chokes from the back to win another gold medal.

55kg – Nathalie Ribeiro fought once on her way to the gold medal. In the final, she managed a last-second near sweep to score a 1-0 lead on advantages and secure the title.

62kg – Gabrielle McComb fought twice to claim her title in Los Angeles. She first beat Bianca Basílio 3-1 on advantages in a very tough match. The final was against Nicole Sullivan, also a very tough opponent. A 4-2 lead built with a sweep and a takedown put Gabi on the highest step on the podium.

70kg – Thamara Silva powered through the most crowded bracket in the female division. She first beat Alejandra Gonzales 1-0 on advantages. Then Raquel Paahuli was disqualified in the semifinals. The gold medal match was a tough affair against Samatha Cook. After a 0-0 tie, the referees decided in favor of Thamara, the new champion.

90kg – Gabrieli Pessanha retained he title in the division with an outstanding performance. She debuted with a 13-0 win over Shantelle Thompson. The semifinal was against ADWPJJC champion Nathiely de Jesus. In a very close and thrilling match, Gabrieli managed two sweep to build a 4-2 lead. The final obstacle for Gabi was the very talented Kendal Reusing. In a battle, Pessanha swept in the end to beat Reusing 2-0.

Teams – The final results after all the matches of today was: 1st – Atos 6440pts; 2nd – Checkmat International 6240pts; 3rd – GF Team 4220pts. Click here for the full results.

Abu Dhabi King of Mats
The action returns this Sunday, at 1:30PM, for the Abu Dhabi King of Mats. The heavyweight division will put ten of the best athletes in the world face to face in an all against all bracket where only the toughest one will come out victorious. The winner of this Sunday's bracket will take home $10,000 and the chance to unseat reigning champion Alexander Trans.
The Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Tour returns on November 16-18, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Click here to register now. 

Saturday, September 22, 2018

UFC Fight Night 137: Santos v Anders Results

UFC Fight Night 137: Santos v Anders takes place today, Saturday September 22, 2108 at the Ginasio Ibirapuera in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The main event features a light heavyweight bout between Thiago Santos and Eryk Anders

Main Card (On FOX Sports 1, 7:30 PM PT)

-Thiago Santos vs. Eryk Anders - Santos by TKO -referee stoppage 5:00 R3
-Alex Oliveira vs. Carlo Pedersoli - Oliveira by KO -punch- 0:39 R1
-Sam Alvey vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira - Nogueira by KO -punches- 1:00 R2
-Renan Barao vs. Andre Ewell -Ewell by split decision R3
-Randa Markos vs. Marina Rodriguez - Majority draw R3

Preliminary Card (On FOX Sports 2, 5:30 PM PT)

-Christos Giagos vs. Charles Oliveira - Oliveira by RNC -3:22 R2 (Oliveira breaks Royce Gracie record of 9 submission wins in UFC)
-Evan Dunham vs. Francisco Trinaldo - Trinaldo by KO -knee- 4:10 R2
-Luis Henrique vs. Ryan Spann - Spann by unanimous decision R3
-Augusto Sakai vs. Chase Sherman - sakai by TKO -punches- 4:03 R3

Prelims (On UFC Fight Pass, 3:30 PM PT)

-Sergio Moraes beat Ben Saunders via Submission (arm-triangle choke) at 4:42 of Round 2
-Marya Bueno Silva beat Gillian Robertson via Submission (Armbar) at 4:55 of Round 1
-Thales Leites v Hector Lombard - Leites by unanimous decision R3
-Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos v Luigi Vendramini - Dos Santos by KO -flying knee and punches-  1:20 R2
-Livia Renata Souza v Alex Chambers- Souza by submission -guillotine choke-  via Box Cutter choke at 1:21 R1

Bellator 205 Results

Bellator 205 Main Card Results:

 A.J. McKee (12-0) def. John Macapa (21-4-2) via KO (punch) at 1:09 of round one

Rafael Lovato Jr. (9-0) def. John Salter (15-4) via submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:27 of round three

Veta Arteaga (5-2) def. Denise Kielholtz (2-2) via submission (guillotine choke) at 4:24 of round two

Patricky Pitbull (20-8) def. Roger Huerta (24-11-1, 1 NC) via KO (punches) at 0:43 of round two

Preliminary Card Results:
Adam Borics (8-0) def. Josenaldo Silva (25-7) via submission (rear-naked choke) at 1:46 of round three
Steve Mowry (5-0) def. Ben Moa (4-1) via submission (Americana) at 2:40 of round one
Jarod Trice (4-0) def. Sean Powers (9-7) via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
Emilio Trevino (3-0) def. Sua Tuani (2-1) via TKO (punches) at 1:55 of round two
Vince Morales (8-2) def. Justin Hugo (3-5) via unanimous decision (30-25, 30-26, 29-27)
Johnny Nunez (7-1) def. Josh Wick (9-4) via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-26)
Andrew Cruz (4-3) def. Nathan Stolen (8-4) via submission (arm bar) at 3:41 of round one
Kyle Frost (3-0) def. David Rangel (0-2) via technical submission (rear-naked choke) at 3:29 of round one
Bryce Edminister (2-1) def. Leon Taylor (0-1) via submission (rear-naked choke) at 1:34 of round two
Stephen Stirewalt (2-0) def. Joe Aguirre (2-1) via submission at 2:13 round one

Wednesday, September 19, 2018


Tickets on sale Friday

LOS ANGELES – Bellator heads back to WinStar World Casino and Resort on Friday, November 30 with a battle of heavy-handed middleweights, as combat sports-veteran Melvin Manhoef (30-14-1, 2 NC) takes on the dynamic Chidi Njokuani (18-5, 1 NC) in the main event of Bellator 210.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, September 21 and can be purchased at the WinStar World Casino and Resort box office, as well as through and

Bellator 210: Manhoef vs. Njokuani will be broadcast on Paramount Network at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT and will stream LIVE on DAZN, while preliminary bouts will stream on and globally on the Bellator Mobile App. Additional bouts will be announced in coming weeks.

A former world title challenger, Manhoef returns to the Bellator cage looking to stake his claim in a suddenly crowded middleweight division. The famed Dutch kickboxer and mixed martial artist is known for his highlight-reel KO’s throughout his impressive combat sports career that spans two and a half decades, including successful runs in DREAM, Cage Rage and Bellator. With career wins over Mark Hunt, Kazushi Sakuraba, “Cyborg” Santos, and most recently for Bellator, Hisaki Kato, “No Mercy” has plans for adding another name to his lengthy resume.

Njokuani made his Bellator debut in the welterweight division with a decisive victory over Ricky Rainey in 2015. Since then, “Chidi Bang Bang” has notched impressive wins over Melvin Guillard and Andre Fialho. The Las Vegas fighter later announced himself to the 185-pound weight class in emphatic fashion with a victory over Hisaki Kato at Bellator 189. With 10 knockouts to his credit, the always-dangerous Njokuani looks to add another “W” to his record in November.

Updated Bellator 210: Manhoef vs. Njokuani Fight Card:
Middleweight Main Event Bout: Melvin Manhoef (30-14-1, 2 NC) vs. Chidi Njokuani (18-5, 1 NC)

*Card subject to change

Monday, September 17, 2018



Tickets on sale Friday

LOS ANGELES – The Neal S. Blaisdell Arena in Honolulu, Hawaii will host the homecoming of Ilima-Lei Macfarlane (8-0), as she puts her undefeated record and Bellator women’s flyweight title on the line against No. 1 contender Valérie Létourneau (10-6) in the main event on Saturday, Dec. 15 LIVE on DAZN. The monumental event marks Bellator’s first trip to Hawaii and the first major MMA show to be held there since 2008.

In addition, Bellator Hawaii will also feature the promotional debut of Lyoto Machida (24-8), where he is welcomed to the Bellator cage by former middleweight champion Rafael Carvalho (15-2). Also, the first-round of Bellator’s Welterweight World Grand Prix rolls on when two undefeated 170-pounders, Neiman Gracie (8-0) and Ed Ruth (6-0), square-off for a shot at the world title against the winner of Rory MacDonald vs. Jon Fitch in the semi-finals.

The card will air exclusively on DAZN, the world’s first truly dedicated live sports streaming service, at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT. Tickets go on sale this Friday, Sept. 21 at 12 p.m. HT and can be purchased through, as well as A special presale will take place the morning of Friday, Sept. 21 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. HT.

Fans can sign up for DAZN for only $9.99 per month – following a one-month free trial – by registering at or by downloading the DAZN app on a wide range of connected devices, including smart TVs, PCs, smartphones, tablets and game consoles. For more information, fans can follow DAZN’s U.S. social channels: @DAZNUSA on Facebook, @DAZN_USA for Twitter and DAZN_USA for Instagram.

A native of Honolulu, current Bellator women’s flyweight champ Macfarlane made her pro debut in 2015 with a KO victory that went viral and has not looked back since, remaining undefeated in her career. With impressive victories over Emily Ducote and Jessica Middleton, “The Ilimanator” earned a shot a Bellator gold at Bellator 186 in a rematch with Ducote, winning via submission. Most recently, she defeated Alejandra Lara and now looks for the biggest win of her career in front of her hometown fans. A proud graduate of Honolulu’s Punahou High School in 2009, Macfarlane later attended San Diego State University, where she would go on to earn her Master’s degree in liberal arts and science with a focus on indigenous issues – a subject she remains passionate about, launching “The Ilimanator Scholarship” for indigenous girls earlier this year.

The Canadian-born Létourneau, a former UFC strawweight title challenger, carries an impressive track record of thrilling fights, highlighted by a world title contest against former champion Joanna Jędrzejczyk. Since signing with Bellator, “Trouble” is undefeated after moving up to her more natural weight class, convincingly defeating Kristina Williams and Kate Jackson. At Bellator Hawaii, the American Top Team-product will look to improve upon her 10 victories as a professional, a tally that includes five finishes, with four coming by way of knockout, en route to becoming the next Bellator women’s flyweight titleholder.

After signing with Bellator in June of 2018, Machida will make his highly anticipated debut on one of the biggest cards of the year. The former UFC light heavyweight champ, known as “The Dragon,” will step inside the cage for the first time in a co-main event contested at middleweight. The two-division threat, who spends time training in both his native Brazil and Los Angeles, joins the organization on the heels of a highlight-reel KO over Vitor Belfort. The karate specialist owns notable career wins over Tito Ortiz, “Shogun” Rua, Dan Henderson, Rashad Evans and Randy Couture, and is looking to make an immediate impact on the roster.

The always-dangerous Carvalho has his sights set on reclaiming his middleweight world title and it begins on December 15 against Machida. Previously, the Brazilian was riding a 15-fight win streak that included three successful title defenses and victories over Melvin Manhoef (x2), Alessio Sakara and Joe Schilling. Fighting out of Curitiba, Brazil, “The Blessed” has plans to prove that he is once again one of the best middleweights in the world.

Fighting out of New York City, Gracie has established himself as the next dominant force of the famed family. Following a successful grappling career, the Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt made his pro MMA debut in 2013 with an impressive performance. With seven of his eight wins coming via submission, the Renzo Gracie-trained fighter is a threat to anyone in the welterweight division.

A former three-time NCAA Division 1 National Champion wrestler from Penn State University, Ruth will face the toughest test of his young career when he returns to action on Dec. 15. While boasting an extraordinary wrestling background, “EZ” has finished five of his opponents with strikes. The Fresno, Calif.-based fighter put the 170-pound division on notice following a second round-TKO of his most recent opponent in his welterweight debut.

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.

Bellator Hawaii: Macfarlane vs. Létourneau Main Card:

Women’s Flyweight World Title Bout: Ilima-Lei Macfarlane (8-0) vs. Valérie Létourneau (10-6)

Middleweight Co-Main Event: Lyoto Machida (24-8) vs. Rafael Carvalho (15-2) 

Welterweight World Grand Prix First-Round Bout: Neiman Gracie (8-0) vs. Ed Ruth (6-0) 

*Card subject to change.

Sunday, September 16, 2018


SEPTEMBER 23rd, 2018

Los Angeles, USA, 16th September, 2018: Abu Dhabi King of Mats® Second Edition line up is confirmed with ten of the best Heavy weight jiu-jitsu players in the sport. One of the most prestigious invitational-only tournaments in the sport of jiu-jitsu, will have a combined total cash prize of $42,000 and the winner will be in line for a super match against the reigning Abu Dhabi King of Mats® champion, Alexander Trans, at the Abu Dhabi World Professional Jiu-Jitsu Championships® in April 2019 in Abu Dhabi.

Abu Dhabi King of Mats®Line-up

The exclusive invitations were extended according to the players past achievements in Abu Dhabi World Professional Jiu-Jitsu Championship® and Abu Dhabi Grand Slam®

1. Erberth Santos
2x Abu Dhabi World Pro Champion (2016/2018)
Abu Dhabi Grand Slam - Tokyo Champion (2015)
Abu Dhabi Grand Slam - Los Angeles Champion (2015)
Abu Dhabi Grand Slam - Rio de Janeiro Champion (2015)
Abu Dhabi Grand Slam - London Champion (2016)

2. Ricardo Evangelista
Abu Dhabi World Pro Champion (2016)
Abu Dhabi Grand Slam - Los Angeles Champion (2015)
Abu Dhabi Grand Slam - Rio de Janeiro Champion (2015)
Abu Dhabi Grand Slam - London Champion (2016)

3. Gutemberg Pereira
Abu Dhabi Grand Slam – Tokyo Champion (2018)

4. Gerard Labinski
Abu Dhabi Grand Slam - Rio de Janeiro Champion (2017)

5. Rudson Teles
Abu Dhabi Grand Slam – Tokyo Champion (2018)

6. Tanner Rice
Abu Dhabi Grand Slam - Los Angeles Champion (2015)

7. Adam Wardzinski
UAEJJF Top Europe Rank

8. Alexandro Cecconi
Abu Dhabi World Pro Champion (2009)

9. Gabriel Arges
2x Abu Dhabi World Pro Champion (2016/2017)
Abu Dhabi Grand Slam - Los Angeles Champion (2016)
Abu Dhabi Grand Slam - Tokyo Champion (2016)
Abu Dhabi Grand Slam - Abu Dhabi Champion (2017)

10. Jackson Sousa
Abu Dhabi Grand Slam – London Champion (2017)

The matches will be held on one mat in the heavyweight division [96kg – 110kg] and each match will be of 1 round, no more than 6 minutes duration. 

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Broadcast Details
The event will be streamed live on @adwjjt social media (Instagram, Twitter and Facebook), FloGrappling worldwide live stream, Combate in Brazil and Airtel TV, Idea Movies & TV, Jio TV and Triple Play IPTV in India. 

The event will also be aired on delayed basis on FOX Sports in Asia, Fight Sports in North America, Caribbean, Europe, Japan, Fight Network in Canada, Europe and MENA, Astro in Malaysia, Starhub in Singapore, ABS-CBN Sports in Philippines, Orange TV, IndiHome and MyRepublik in Indonesia, Singtel in Singapore and Australia, Azam Sports in Africa, EB-TV in Asia, J Sports and TV Asahi in Japan, SFR Sports in Europe, Dubai Sports and Sharjah Sports in MENA.

Please follow the new social media accounts for more exclusive updates and news – Facebook: @adwjjt, Twitter: @adwjjt, Instagram: @adwjjt

Abu Dhabi King of Mats®Event Details
Date: 23rdSeptember 2018
Venue: LA Convention Center
Weight Division: Heavyweight [96kg to 110kg]
Event Time: 13:30:00pm to 17:00pm [LA Standard Time]

Thursday, September 13, 2018


UAE Jiu-Jitsu Federation® announces a broadcast partnership with Multi TV Solutions for India Territory.
The Abu Dhabi Grand Slam® will be broadcasted across 100 countries on Live and delayed telecast on Twenty-Four TV Networks.

Los Angeles, USA, 13th September, 2018: Some of the best Jiu-Jitsu players from across the globe are preparing to battle it out at the second leg of the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam®, which is set to take place in Los Angeles on 22nd September at the LA Convention Center with new TV audiences in India.

Commenting on the new broadcast partnership, Mr. Tareq Al Bahri, Director of Abu Dhabi Grand Slam® said, “We are excited to announce a broadcast partnership with Multi TV Solutions which will see the UAEJJF air the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam®. Season 4 live on premium channels: Airtel TV, Idea Movies & TV, Jio TV and Triple Play IPTV. The combat sport is on the rise in India and we are honored to have them on board.”

Airtel TV, Idea Movies & TV, Jio TV and Triple Play IPTV will air previous Abu Dhabi Grand Slam® events at accessible India times, and all the season 4 events will be broadcasted live. 

Abu Dhabi Grand Slam® Los Angeles will be broadcasted live on Abu Dhabi Sports in the MENA region, FloGrappling worldwide live stream, Combate in Brazil and Airtel TV, Idea Movies & TV, Jio TV and Triple Play IPTV in India. The event will also be aired on delayed basis on FOX Sports in Asia, Fight Sports in North America, Caribbean, Europe, Japan, Fight Network in Canada, Europe and MENA, Astro in Malaysia, Starhub in Singapore, ABS-CBN Sports in Philippines, Orange TV, IndiHome and MyRepublik in Indonesia, Singtel in Singapore and Australia, Azam Sports in Africa, EB-TV in Asia, J Sports and TV Asahi in Japan, SFR Sports in Europe, Dubai Sports and Sharjah Sports in MENA.

About Abu Dhabi Grand Slam® Los Angeles

The Abu Dhabi Grand Slam® in Los Angeles will begin at 10:30am until 18:00pm (LA standard time) on 22ndSeptember. The pre-date weigh-in will take place on Friday, September 21stfrom 17:00pm to 19:00pm at Los Angeles Convention Center; the on-date early weigh-in will take place on the day of the event from 8:30am to 9:30am.

The tournament is open to all nationalities, the medalists will be listed in the UAEJJF world rankings and cash prizes of more than $120,000 will be awarded to the top athletes of each division. The top three academies will also receive cash prizes and top ranked competitors will receive prizes at the end of the season according to the UAEJJF World Ranking.

The first-place winner in the respective weight categories of the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam will receive 200 points. The second-place winner will receive 160 points and the third-place winner will receive 120 points.

The Jiu-Jitsu clubs from the UAE, namely: Al-Ain, Bani Yas Al Wahda, Al Jazira and Al Nasr will be competing at the tournament in LA.


Pre Date Weigh-Ins 1: Friday 21st September [17:00pm to 19:00pm]
VenueLA Convention Center

On Date Early Weigh-Ins: Saturday 22nd September [8:30am to 9:30am]
VenueLA Convention Center

Main Event Saturday 22nd September [10:30am to 18:00pm]
VenueLA Convention Center

Tuesday, September 11, 2018



LOS ANGELES – Bellator announced today the organization will reward the winner of World Fighting League’s upcoming “Final 8” Grand Prix, as well as the MMA Lightweight Tournament Finale, with a Bellator contract. The events take place over two days on Saturday, Sept. 22 through Sunday, Sept. 23 from Topsportcentrum in Almere, Netherlands and are set to air on Spike Netherlands.

Owned by famed Dutch kickboxer Melvin Manhoef, the Netherlands-based promotion is currently home to many of the best Dutch kickboxers and mixed martial artists. Following an impressive combat sports career that spans two and a half decades, including successful runs in DREAM, Cage Rage and Bellator, Manhoef began promoting fights under his WFL banner in 2015. Most recently, Manhoef defeated Remy Bonjasky in the final bout of his kickboxing career at WFL 16.

Similar to renowned K-1 events, the kickboxing tournament on Sept. 22 commences with eight competitors who will need to claim victory three times in one evening to become champion. The “Final 8” Grand Prix kicks off with several explosive first-round heavyweight matchups, including Murat Aygun vs. Fabio Kwasi, Sam Tevette vs. Clyde Brunswijk, Andrei Stoica vs. “Boy Boy” Martin and Fred Sikking vs. Nordine Mahieddine. Sikking vs. Nordine replaces the previously announced contest between Ibrahim El Bouni and Levi Rigters.

In the MMA Lightweight Tournament Finale on Sept. 23, Pieter Buist (13-4) meets Soli Abdeselam Mohamed (4-3), better known to fans as “Sully Bull,” in a battle to determine the victor at 155 pounds. Buist, nicknamed “The Archangel,” is currently riding a four-fight win streak, including two WFL victories, while Bull has also won his previous two bouts inside the WFL cage.

In addition to the “Super 8” Grand Prix on Sept. 22, the card will also feature Bellator Kickboxing’s Jorina Baars (44-0-3) in a highly anticipated superfight with two-time WFL World Champion Anissa Haddaoui (42-3-1). Fighting out of Den Helder, Netherlands, the 29-year-old Baars remains one of the most dangerous kickboxers and Muay Thai fighters on the planet, famously defeating Cris Cyborg in 2014. Having earned gold in both professional kickboxing and Muay Thai, the Dutch-born Haddaoui looks to make a name for herself against a fellow veteran in Baars. Fans can expect fireworks between these two exciting and elite fighters.

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Saturday, September 8, 2018

UFC 228: Woodley v Till Results

UFC 228 takes place today, Saturday, September 8th, 2018 from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. The main event features a welterweight title fight between Tyron Woodley and Darren Till.

Main Card (Live on PPV, 7:00 PM PST)

-Tyron Woodley vs. Darren Till - Woodley by submission -D'arce choke- 4:19 R2
-Jessica Andrade vs. Karolina Kowalkiewicz - Andrade by KO -punch- 1:48 R1
-Brandon Davis vs. Zabit Magomedsharipov - Magomedshapirov by submission -knee bar 3:46 R2
-John Dodson vs. Jimmie Rivera - Rivera by unanimous decision R3
-Abdul Razak Alhassan defeated Niko Price by KO -punches- 0:43 R1

Preliminary Card (On FX, 5:00 PM PST)

-Tatiana Suarez defeated Carla Esparza by TKO -elbows- 4:33 R3
-Aljamain Sterling defeated Cody Stamann by submission -knee bar- 3:42 R2
-Geoff Neal defeated Frank Camacho by KO -kick- 1:23 R2
-Darren Stewart defeated Charles Byrd by TKO -strikes- 2:17 R2

Preliminary Bouts (On UFC Fight Pass (3:15 PM PST)

-Diego Sanchez defeated Craig White by unanimous decision R3
-Jim Miller defeated Alex White by submission -RNC- 1:29 R1
-Irene Aldana defeated Lucie Pudilova by split decision R3
-Jarred Brooks defeated Roberto Sanchez by split decision R3