Feb 24 2024

Kingdom Arena, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Main Event
5 rounds @ Heavyweight
KO 1
KO 1
Co-Main Event
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SD 3
5 rounds @ Middleweight
Main Card
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3 rounds @ 175 Catchweight
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Bruno Henrique Cappelozza
Sub 2
3 rounds @ Heavyweight
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3 rounds @ Light Heavyweight
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3 rounds @ Lightweight

PFL vs. Bellator: CHAMPS Report

When Was PFL vs. Bellator: CHAMPS?

PFL vs. Bellator: CHAMPS took place on Saturday, February 24th, 2024, at Kingdom Arena, Riyadh in Saudi Arabia.

Who won the main event at PFL vs. Bellator: CHAMPS?

Renan Ferreira beat Ryan Bader by knockout in the 1st round during the main event of PFL vs. Bellator.

The fight was scheduled to take place over 5 rounds in the Heavyweight division, which meant the weight limit was 265 pounds (18.9 stone or 120.2 KG).

What were the results at PFL vs. Bellator: CHAMPS?

At PFL vs. Bellator: CHAMPS in the co-main event, Impa Kasanganay was defeated by Johnny Eblen by decision in their Middleweight contest.

On the main card, Ray Cooper lost to Jason Jackson by knockout in a 175 Catchweight bout, Bruno Henrique Cappelozza was overcome by Vadim Nemkov by submission at Heavyweight, Thiago Santos was defeated by Yoel Romero on points in their Light Heavyweight contest, and Clay Collard lost to AJ McKee Jr by submission in a Lightweight fight.

On the prelim card, Aaron Pico beat Henry Corrales by knockout in a Featherweight bout, Biaggio Ali Walsh defeated Emmanuel Palacio by decision at Lightweight, Claressa Shields was victorious over Kelsey DeSantis on points in their Lightweight contest, and Abdullah Al-Qahtani beat Edukondala Rao with a KO in a Featherweight fight.

PFL vs. Bellator: CHAMPS Results.

These are the fight results from the main card of PFL vs. Bellator: CHAMPS:

Main Event
  • Renan Ferreira def. Ryan Bader, KO, Round 1 (Heavyweight - 5 Rounds)

Co Main Event
  • Johnny Eblen def. Impa Kasanganay, Split Decision (Middleweight - 5 Rounds)

Main Card
  • Jason Jackson def. Ray Cooper, KO, Round 2 (175 Catchweight - 3 Rounds)
  • Vadim Nemkov def. Bruno Henrique Cappelozza, Sub, Round 2 (Heavyweight - 3 Rounds)
  • Yoel Romero def. Thiago Santos, Unanimous Decision (Light Heavyweight - 3 Rounds)
  • AJ McKee Jr def. Clay Collard, Sub, Round 1 (Lightweight - 3 Rounds)

  • Aaron Pico def. Henry Corrales, KO, Round 1 (Featherweight - 3 Rounds)
  • Biaggio Ali Walsh def. Emmanuel Palacio, Unanimous Decision (Lightweight - 3 Rounds)
  • Claressa Shields def. Kelsey DeSantis, Split Decision (Lightweight - 3 Rounds)
  • Abdullah Al-Qahtani def. Edukondala Rao, KO, Round 3 (Featherweight - 3 Rounds)

Who broadcasted PFL vs. Bellator: CHAMPS?

In the US, the ESPN+ Pay Per View show was expected to begin at 3:00 PM EST / 12:00 PM PST. In the UK, the DAZN Global broadcast of the card was expected to start at 8:00 PM (GMT).

PFL vs. Bellator: CHAMPS news


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