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Lineup For Friday’s Bellator 169 Card

Bellator MMA will conclude the 2016 year with Bellator 169 this Friday night from Ireland.

The event is also expected to feature BAMMA fights.

In the main event of Bellator 169, Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal takes on former Olympian Satoshi Ishii at heavyweight. Lawal is a former Strikeforce light heavyweight champion, while Ishii won gold at the 2008 Summer Olympics in judo.

Also, James Gallagher takes on Anthony Taylor and Daniel Weichel meets Brian Moore.

As part of the BAMMA portion of the event, Tom Duqeusnoy defends his bantamweight belt vs. Alan Philpott and Ronnie Mann meets Martin Stapleton for the vacant featherweight title.

MAIN CARD (Spike TV)

Heavyweight: Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal vs. Satoshi Ishii

Featherweight: James Gallagher vs. Anthony Taylor

Featherweight: Daniel Weichel vs. Brian Moore

Female Featherweight: Sinead Kavanagh vs. Elina Kallionidou

Bantamweight: Luiz Tosta vs. Shay Walsh

ufc 206

Max Holloway came to Toronto and UFC 206 with one goal: become champion.

And “Blessed” did just that, finishing Anthony Pettis Saturday night to become the interim featherweight titleholder. Holloway remained unbeaten since a loss to Conor McGregor via decision, adding Pettis – a former UFC lightweight champion – to his resume.

Pettis, who missed weight and was ineligible to win the title, stated afterwards that he suffered a broken hand early in the first round. “Showtime” came in three pounds heavy for the fight, forfeiting a portion of his fight purse to Holloway.

In the co-main event, Donald Cerrone landed a head-kick just 34 seconds into the third round that ended his fight with Matt Brown, keeping “Cowboy” unbeaten at welterweight. He is unbeaten since dropping a lightweight title fight to Rafael dos Anjos in 2015.

Kelvin Gastelum controlled Tim Kennedy, finishing him midway through the third round in their middleweight fight. Gastelum was forced to move up to 185 pounds after missing weight yet again last month.

Cub Swanson dealt Dooho Choi his second pro loss, scoring a decision, while Emil Weber Meek turned back the returning Jordan Mein to kickoff the main card via decision.

Misha Cirkunov, Olivier Aubin-Mercier, Viviane Pereira and Matthew Lopez earned wins on the FOX Sports 1 prelims, while Lando Vannata, Rustam Khabilov and Dustin Ortiz picked up victories on UFC Fight Pass.

Complete results are below:

Donald Cerrone def. Matt Brown via KO (head kick) at :34 of Round 3

Cub Swanson def. Dooho Choi via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

Kelvin Gastelum def. Tim Kennedy via TKO (strikes) at 2:45 of Round 3

Emil Weber Meek def. Jordan Mein via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Misha Cirkunov def. Nikita Krylov via submission (guillotine choke) at 4:38 of Round 1

Olivier Aubin-Mercier def. Drew Dober via submission (rear-naked choke) at 2:57 of Round 2

Viviane Pereira def. Valerie Letourneau via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Matthew Lopez def. Mitch Gagnon via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-27)

Lando Vannata def. John Makdessi via KO (spinning wheel kick) at 1:40 of Round 1

Rustam Khabilov def. Jason Saggo via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Dustin Ortiz def. Zach Makovsky via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

If you missed it on television Sunday, check out a complete episode replay of “Countdown to UFC 206.”

The show spotlights Saturday’s upcoming interim UFC featherweight title fight between Max Holloway and Anthony Pettis.

the ultimate fighter 24 finale

UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson once again made history, securing his ninth consecutive title defense with a hard-fought decision win over Tim Elliott Saturday night in the main event of The Ultimate Fighter 24 Finale.

“Mighty Mouse” had been making a career out of ending the night of his top challengers quickly, but Elliott was a game contender. The recent Ultimate Fighter 24 winner nearly locked up several submission attempts, but Johnson was able to fend them off.

With the win, Johnson is now second on the all-time list of successful title defenses in a row, trailing Anderson Silva by one.

TUF 24 coaches Joseph Benavidez and Henry Cejudo battled for 15 minutes in the co-main event, with Benavidez pulling out a split decision. The scorecards were interesting to say the least, as one judge ruled the fight for Cejudo, 29-27, while another had it 30-26 for Benavidez and a second 29-27. Cejudo was docked a point for an illegal low blow in the first round.

Jorge Masvidal had one of the more interesting wins of his career, as an injury suffered by Jake Ellenberger after his foot got stuck in the cage ended their welterweight bout in the first round. Jared Cannonier downed Ion Cutelaba in a back-and-forth light heavyweight affair.

In a meeting of former female bantamweight title contenders, it was Sara McMann submitting Alexis Davis with an arm-triangle choke in the second round. Brandon Moreno scored a split decision over Ryan Benoit to kickoff the main card on FOX Sports 1.

Rob Font had the lone finish on the FS1 prelims, stopping late-replacement Matt Schnell with a knee and strikes inside of four minutes of the first round. Ryan Hall picked up a decision over former title contender Gray Maynard in the featured bout, while “Maestro” Dong Hyun Kim downed Brendan O’Reilly and Jamie Moyle topped Kailin Curran.

On the early UFC Fight Pass prelims, Anthony Smith finished Elvis Mutapcic and Devin Clark scored a decision over Josh Stansbury.

Complete results can be found below:

Demetrious Johnson def. Tim Elliott via unanimous decision (49-46, 49-46, 49-45) to remain UFC flyweight champion

Joseph Benavidez def. Henry Cejudo via split decision (27-29, 30-26, 29-27)

Jorge Masvidal def. Jake Ellenberger via TKO (toe injury) at 4:05 of Round 1

Jared Cannonier def. Ion Cutelaba via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Sara McMann def. Alexis Davis via submission (arm-triangle choke) at 2:52 of Round 2

Brandon Moreno def. Ryan Benoit via split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)

Ryan Hall def. Gray Maynard via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

Rob Font def. Matt Schnell via KO (knee) at 3:47 of Round 1

Dong Hyun Kim def. Brendan O’Reilly via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Jamie Moyle def. Kailin Curran via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Anthony Smith def. Elvis Mutapcic via TKO (strikes) at 3:27 of Round 2

Devin Clark def. Josh Stansbury via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

bellator 166

Eduardo Dantas dominated Joe Warren, but was left with just a majority decision win in the main event of Bellator 166 Friday night.

Dantas, defending his bantamweight title, won the bout on two scorecards 49-44 and 48-46, but a third had it a draw at 47-47.

In the co-main event, A.J. McKee earned a decision over Ray Wood, while Marcos Galvao – a former bantamweight champion who dropped the belt to Dantas – bested L.C. Davis and Chris Honeycutt downed Ben Reiter.

Results can be found below:

Eduardo Dantas def. Joe Warren via majority decision (47-47, 49-44, 48-46) to remain Bellator bantamweight champion

A.J. McKee def. Ray Wood via unanimous decision (29-27, 30-25, 30-27)

Marcos Galvao def. L.C. Davis via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Chris Honeycutt def. Ben Reiter via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-25, 30-25)

Derrick Adkins def. Chris Jones via submission (D’arce choke) at 4:09 of Round 2

Gregory Babene def. Emiliano Sordi via submission (guillotine) at 3:11 of Round 1

Kinny Spotwood def. John King via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)

Treston Thomison def. Dawond Pickney via submission (armbar) at :51 of Round 1

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