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Dana White’s Contender Series – Season 7, Week 4 | Results



The fourth week of the seventh edition of Dana White’s Contender Series is in the books, with three new contracts handed out.

For the full results, look no further!


Main card (1am GMT+1 – UFC Fight Pass)

Carlos Prates (17-7) defeats Mitch Ramirez (7-1) via knockout (punches – 1:14 – R2) and earns a contract – welteweight bout

Marco Tuilo (10-1) defeats Yousri Belgaroui (5-3) via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) – middleweight bout

Timothy Cuamba (7-1) defeats Mateo Vogel (8-3) via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) – featherweight bout

Thomas Petersen (8-1) defeats Chandler Cole (10-4) via submission (keylock – 1:08 – R2) and earns a contract – heavyweight bout

Bolaji Oki (8-1) defeats Dylan Salvador (5-2) via TKO (punches and knees – 2:46 – R2) and earns a contract – lightweight bout


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UFC Vegas 83 – Results | Yadong vs Gutierrez



The UFC made a return to the Apex on Saturday, with bantamweight finishers Song Yadong and Chris Gutierrez vying for a spot in the top ten in the main event.

For the full results, look no further!

Note: any point deductions will be denoted with an asterisk and explained at the bottom of the page.


Main card (3am GMT – TNT Sports)

(#7) Song Yadong vs (#14) Chris Gutierrez – bantamweight bout

(#8) Anthony Smith vs (#14) Khalil Rountree – light-heavyweight bout

(#12) Sumudaerji vs Allan Nascimento – flyweight bout

Nasrat Haqparast vs Jamie Mullarkey – lightweight bout

Jun Yong Park vs Andre Muniz – middleweight bout

Prelims (12am GMT – TNT Sports/UFC Fight Pass)

Song Kenan vs Kevin Jousset – welterweight bout

Hyun Sung Park vs Shannon Ross – flyweight bout

Luana Santos vs Stephanie Egger – bantamweight bout

Tatsuro Taira vs Carlos Hernandez – flyweight bout

Rayanne Amanda vs Talita Alencar – strawweight bout


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“I’m Coming For The 50 Bags” – Jacob Smith Out To Make Up For Lost Time At ONE Fight Night 17



At the beginning of 2023, flyweight Muay Thai star Jacob Smith was excited to put in a good year of action in ONE Championship. But that, unfortunately, didn’t pan out for him.

Smith has been on the sidelines due to a litany of injuries over the past year, meaning he hasn’t been able to make a second appearance in ONE following his promotional debut against ONE Flyweight Muay Thai Rodtang Jitmuangnon in May 2022.

But with his return against #2-ranked flyweight Muay Thai contender Walter Goncalves at ONE Fight Night 17: Kryklia vs. Roberts this Saturday, 9th December, the Scouser striker believes there’s still time to salvage his campaign.

“I’ve just been injured, one thing after another, and I haven’t been able to fight. Obviously, Thai boxing’s my life, so even though I haven’t been able to fight, I’ve got my own gym, so I’ve been putting more hours into my own gym,” Smith said. 

“The way I am, no matter what, I’ve got to stay active, I’ve got to train. Whether or not I’m able to compete in Thai boxing and train solely Thai boxing, I was still kicking every single day when I couldn’t punch, so I’ve been training still.”

Goncalves has become a stalwart member of the flyweight Muay Thai division. The Brazilian has already battled divisional king Rodtang and ONE flyweight kickboxing king Superlek Kiatmoo9, so Smith is approaching the contest as if it’s the biggest fight of his life. 

A victory over Goncalves could propel the British star up the ladder to stardom. And given how he rates his chances, Smith is settling for nothing less than a bonus-winning barnburner inside Bangkok, Thailand’s Lumpinee Boxing Stadium.

“I’m training like I’m training for anybody else. Like I was training for Rodtang like I would be training if I was to fight Superlek. Like I’d be training to fight anybody. And I’m going to carry on training like that because, at the end of the day, it’s a career-turning fight for me,” Jacob Smith said.

“I think I’m physically stronger. I’m probably the bigger man. Obviously, I’m a little bit taller, but I’m probably the bigger man in general. I probably walk around heavier than him. I punch and kick harder than him. It’s about not getting drawn into his game, fighting on my terms.  

“I respect him 100%, but I’m coming for that 50 bags, mate.”

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PFL Dublin – Live Results | Kelly vs Solimeis



It’s fight day! The PFL Europe season will come to a close with the highly anticipated championship event, set to go down in the iconic 3Arena, Dublin. In the main event, hometown hero Nathan Kelly makes his PFL debut against knockout artist Dimitriy Solimeis. Alongside this, four titles and grand prizes of $100,000 will be on the line on the main card.

For the full results as they happen, look no further!

Note: any point deductions will be denoted with an asterisk and explained at the bottom of the page.


Main card (9pm GMT – Virgin Media 2)

Nathan Kelly vs Dimitriy Solimeis – featherweight bout

Khrushed Kakhorov defeats Frans Mlambo via knockout (punches – 2:32 – R2) – wins PFL Europe bantamweight championship

John Mitchell vs Jakub Kaszuba defeats John Mitchell via TKO (punches – 3:07 – R2) – wins PFL Europe lightweight championship

Dylan Tuke defeats Yazid Chouchane via submission (rear-naked-choke – 2:36 – R2) – PFL Europe 2024 lightweight qualifier bout

Dakota Ditcheva defeats Valentina Scatizzi via TKO (doctor stoppage – 5:00 – R1) – wins PFL Europe flyweight championship

Jakob Nedoh defeats Simeon Powell via knockout (punches – 1:16 – R2) – wins PFL Europe light-heavyweight championship

Prelims (5.30pm GMT – Virgin Media 2)

Weslley Maia defeats Lewis McGrillen via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) – PFL Europe 2024 bantamweight qualifier bout

Brett Johns defeats David Tonatiuh Crol via TKO (punches – 3:09 – R3) – featherweight bout

Tom Breese defeats Creiton Silva via submission (rear-naked-choke – 3:30 – R1) – PFL 2024 light-heavyweight qualifier bout

Kikadze Bondo defeats Dominique Wooding via unanimous decision (29-26, 29-27, 29-27)* – PFL Europe 2024 bantamweight qualifier bout

Connor Hughes defeats Sebas Santana Guedes via TKO (referee stoppage – 5:00 – R2) – PFL Europe 2024 lightweight qualifier bout

Nate Kelly defeats Calum Seaton via submission (anaconda choke – 0:51 – R2) – amateur flyweight bout

*Bondo was deducted one point in round two for a groin strike


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