Zubaira “Warrior” Tukhugov vs Kevin “The Angel of Death” Aguilar

Round 1:
Cautious punches were exchanged in an uneventful opening minute and both men landed right hands 90 seconds in. Tukhugov used combinations to set up a body kick and Aguilar responded with a series of kicks in return. Tukhugov dropped him with a left hook and he scored a second knockdown shortly thereafter. Aguilar covered up on the ground and Tukhugov unloaded with punches until the fight was stopped.

Winner: Zubaira Tukhugov by TKO (Punches) at 3:21 of round one. He improves to 19-4-1.

 

Jalin “The Tarantula” Turner vs Joshua “Kuya” Culibao

Round 1:
After an exchange of body kicks, Turner landed a combination and he followed with another kick in close. Culibao tried for a takedown, but Turner reversed it and struck from the top. He stood up and Culibao followed. Turner landed a combination of punches and a knee. He hurt Culibao with a knee to the body and countered a takedown attempt with a top-side guillotine choke. Culibao defended and he eventually escaped. The fighters stood and traded uppercuts and right hands. Turner landed a spinning back kick to the body before the end of the round. 10-9 Turner.

Round 2:
The fighters circled and traded knees in round two and Turner followed with a flurry of punches. Culibao circled to the side and appeared to injure his ankle. He tried to clinch and Turner countered with another top-side guillotine choke. Culibao worked his way free, but Turner punished him with elbows and hammerfists. Turner mounted Culibao and then took his back again. He flattened Culibao out and landed unanswered punches until the fight was stopped.

Winner: Jalin Turner by TKO (Punches) at 3:01 of round two. He improves to 9-5-0.

 

Jake “The Celtic Kid” Matthews vs Emil “Valhalla” Meek

Round 1:
Meek scored with a hard leg kick right away and he pressed forward with punches, but Matthews countered with a quick takedown. Meek held on from the bottom and prevented Matthews from mounting any offence. Meek scrambled up to his feet against the cage and he pressed forward with punches again, only to be floored by a counter uppercut from Matthews. Working from the top in half-guard, Matthews tried to set up a keylock before switching to right hands to Meek’s face. Meek got back to full guard and both men landed elbows on the ground. Matthews pinned Meek against the base of the cage and landed short punches until the bell. 10-9 Matthews.

Round 2:
Matthews landed a left uppercut and a right hook to begin round two and he followed with a jumping knee. Matthews took Meek down and he transitioned to back control. He worked for a rear-naked choke and Meek punched backwards to Matthews’s face in defence. Meek quickly scrambled up and he landed two hard knees. Matthews responded with a spinning back elbow and a takedown into Meek’s guard. The fighters stood late in the round and Meek landed two knees to the body, which prompted a fatigued Matthews to fall to his back. 10-9 Matthews.

Round 3:
The final round began with a chopping leg kick from Meek and he followed with another one soon after. Matthews circled against the cage and he fired off counter left hooks as Meek walked him down. Matthews blocked a head kick and shot in for a takedown, but Meek stuffed it and the fight remained on the feet. Meek continued to score with leg kicks and he chased after Matthews with quick punches. Matthews dropped levels for a takedown again, but Meek countered with elbows to the temple. He followed with hammerfists and Matthews gave up on the takedown. Meek kept the pressure on with knees and Matthews fired back with a combination. More knees scored for Meek late in the round and he jumped in with a flying knee before the bell. 10-9 Meek.

Winner: Jake Matthews by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) after three rounds. He improves to 16-4-0.

 

Kenan “The Assassin” Song vs Callan “The Rockstar” Potter

Round 1:
Both men landed overhand rights and knees to the body in the opening minute. Potter slammed Song down into side control, but Song exploded out and the fight returned to the feet. Song used shoulder strikes to break free from a clinch and he followed with a combination. Seconds later, Song rocked Potter with a hard flurry and he floored him with a final right hand for the finish.

Winner: Kenan Song by KO (Punches) at 2:20 of round one. He improves to 16-5-0.

 

Kai “Don’t Blink” Kara-France vs Tyson Nam

Round 1:
The fighters battled back and forth with jabs and right hands throughout the opening two minutes. Kara-France scored with a body kick and Nam responded with an overhand right. Kara-France landed quick punches as the round progressed, but the action continued to alternate back-and-forth. Nam scored with a hard left hook and he kept the pressure on with a right hand to the body as Kara-France circled on the outside. Nam briefly tripped Kara-France in the final seconds, but Kara-France returned to his feet and landed a hard right hand before the bell. Close and competitive round. 10-9 Kara-France.

Round 2:
Kara-France opened round two with a body kick and Nam responded with a right hand. The fighters traded punches and Kara-France remained effective with his quick combinations. He mixed in leg kicks as well and circled on the outside. Nam tried to press forward with jabs to set up power punches, but Kara-France remained light on his feet and he landed a counter right hook in close. Late in the round, Nam used a leg kick to set up a clinch, but Kara-France circled out before the bell. 10-9 Kara-France.

Round 3:
Nam was aggressive in round three and he landed a hard three-punch combo as Kara-France backed up to the cage. Nam countered a Kara-France leg kick with a right hook, but Kara-France stunned him with a counter right hand. Nam backed up and Kara-France closed in with a combination. Nam responded with a leg kick and a lead left hook. Nam briefly looked to clinch in response to a Kara-France body kick, but Kara-France avoided it and he fired off a head kick that was partially blocked. Kara-France repeatedly scored with jabs and he avoided another clinch attempt. Seconds later, Kara-France briefly dumped Nam to the mat and this led to a clinch against the cage. Nam dragged Kara-France down and took back control, only for Kara-France to scramble up. Nam got one more takedown late in the fight. 10-9 Kara-France.

Winner: Kai Kara-France by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) after three rounds. He improves to 21-8-0, 1 NC.

 

Angela “Overkill” Hill vs Konklak “Loma Lookboonmee” Suphisara

Round 1:
Hill was the aggressor early on and she pressed forward with lead left hands as Suphisara countered with leg kicks and right hooks. More leg kicks landed for Suphisara and Hill responded with a three-punch flurry. A hard right hand scored for Hill and she countered another Suphisara leg kick with quick punches. The fighters traded right hands and Hill caught a leg kick, which allowed her to land overhand rights in close. Suphisara broke free, but Hill pinned her against the cage in the final minute and she took Suphisara down into side control. She landed hammerfists from the top until the bell. 10-9 Hill.

Round 2:
Suphisara opened round two with a series of body kicks and Hill responded with a combination and a clinch. She was unable to take Suphisara down and Suphisara landed a one-two on the break. Hill snapped Suphisara’s head back with a stiff jab and a lead left hook before clinching once more. Suphisara quickly broke free and she landed a leg kick as Hill countered with another hard jab. Suphisara tripped Hill and Hill immediately countered with an armbar attempt from her back. She switched to a modified triangle choke and landed elbows until Suphisara escaped. Hill stood and both women landed knees to the body in a clinch. Suphisara knocked Hill off-balance with a front kick to the body and the round ended in a clinch. 10-9 Hill.

Round 3:
Hill connected with an overhand right early in round three and Suphisara responded with a leg kick and stiff jabs. Both women landed quick one-twos and Hill backed Suphisara up against the cage. Suphisara avoided a takedown attempt and broke free from Hill’s grasp. The fighters exchanged knees to the body and Hill punched her way into a clinch. She was unable to get Suphisara down and both women landed hard elbow strikes to the other’s face. Late in the round, the fighters traded right hands and knees as Hill tried unsuccessfully for a takedown. Close final round. 10-9 Suphisara by a slim margin.

Winner: Angela Hill by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) after three rounds. She improves to 12-7-0.

 

Priscila “Pedrita” Cachoeira vs Shana “Danger” Dobson

Round 1:
Cachoeira pushed forward early on and threw overhand rights as Dobson circled away. Seconds later, Cachoeira rushed forward again and she landed a crushing uppercut that dropped Dobson to the mat and forced the referee to wave off the fight.

Winner: Priscila Cachoeira by KO (Punch) at 0:40 of round one. She improves to 9-3-0.