The Professional Fighters League (PFL) concludes the 2021 semi-final slate with the final four featherweight and light heavyweight candidates competing for the spots in the world championships.
In the main event of the night, Movlid Khaybulaev defeated Brendan Loughnane with a split decision to win a spot at the PFL World Championships.
In the joint main event, Chris Suede won by a unanimous decision and performed impressively against the three-seeded Baba Jenkins in the first featherweight semi-final match. After a series of lightweight PFL semifinals in 2018 and 2019, Wade won his first trip to the PFL World Championship, making the transition to featherweight in the 2021 season fruitful.
In the light heavyweight semi-final match, top-seeded Antonio Carlos Jr. and 2019 PFL champion Emiliano Soldi distanced themselves in a close battle. In the end, Carlos Jr won by winning a unanimous decision and secured his position in the World Championships in his first PFL season.
Martin Hamlet defeated Cezar Ferreira by TKO in a light heavyweight match and clinched the first PFL World Championship berth at night. The Norwegian Tensberg native species totals 8-2, six of which are brought about by suspension.
Peter Murray, CEO of PFL, said: “The last four featherweight and light heavyweight candidates line up and can’t wait for the biggest night of the sport on October 27. Twelve fighters in six divisions will be in the world. Strive to change their heritage forever. Became a champion and won a million dollar prize. “
“I would like to congratulate the four fighters who booked their place at the PFL World Championships on October 27,” said Ray Sefo, president of PFL’s fighter operations. “Our league is true pay for performance and we can’t wait to get everything and win a new champion.”
In the final match of ESPN +’s undercard, Shamon Moraes defeated Lazarst Hadinovic in the second round of TKO (4:45), extending his PFL record to 2-1 with two consecutive victories.
In the final light heavyweight action of the undercard, Chris Camozzi won a unanimous decision victory over Cory Hendricks, scoring two consecutive victories in the PFL Smart Cage, setting his overall record to 27-15. I pushed it up. In a featherweight showdown, Anthony Dizzy won with a unanimous decision to move his career MMA record to 14-4, away from Jesse Stern.
Leading ESPN + Card, Brandon Jenkins defeated Jacob Kilburn in the first round KO via Flying Knee (2:56) in a showcase match. In a fierce battle, Alejandro Flores defeated Karl Deaton in a split decision. As a result, Flores’ mixed martial arts record was 19-3, winning three times in a row. With continued action, Bobby Moffett unanimously defeated Jason Knight, suffering three consecutive losses and dropping the PFL record to 1-1.
PFL will return to Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Wednesday, October 27, with the last two fighters in all six divisions competing to become world champions and receive a $ 1 million wallet.
Results of PFL Playoffs 3
Movlid Khaybulaevdef. Brendan Rocknane by split decision (29-28, 28-29, 30-27)
Chris Suede def. Baba Jenkins (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) by unanimous decision
Antonio Carlos Junior def. Emiliano Soldi (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) by unanimous decision
Martin Hamlet def. Cezar Ferreira by TKO (0:13)
Shamon Moraes def. Lazarst Yadinovich by Round 2 TKO (4:45)
Chris Camozzi def. Corey Hendrix (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) by unanimous decision
Anthony Dizzy def. Jesse Stern (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) unanimously decided
Bobby Moffett def. Jason Night (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) unanimously decided
Alejandro Flores def. Carl Deaton (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) due to split decision
Brandon Jenkins def. Jacob Kilburn (2:56) by first round KO via Flying Knee
– MMA Sports
Movlid Khaybulaev secures spot in final
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