We’ve got you covered for LFA 91 results. Legacy Fighting Alliance returns to the city of Sioux Falls, South Dakota for its latest card. LFA 91 will be held tonight, on September 11, 2020. The featured bout is a middleweight clash between the American Bellator alumni Chidi Njokuani and the Paraguayan veteran Cristhian Torres. “Chidi Bang Bang” went the distance in a losing effort against former Bellator middleweight champ Rafael Carvalho in his last fight. “La Masacre” comes off of a knockout victory over Askar Mozharov at Titan FC 58.
Also featured are several pro debuts for fighters with significant amateur careers. Keilen Fantroy (13-8 as an amateur) will lock horns with Edwin Chavez at catchweight, while Pete Keepers (9-2 as an amateur) will be pitched against Josh Quinian at welterweight. Light heavyweight Johnny James Jr., meanwhile, will seek to upset the momentum of the prospect Nick Maximov. Maximov, a dangerous grappler, has competed not just in MMA but also in SUG and Combat Jiu-Jutsu.
Jamal “The Stormtrooper” Pogues, who has fought on Bellator and on the Contender Series, will rumble with Tim Hiley, who seeks to turn his career around after his seven-fight win streak was broken by back to back losses. In a featherweight matchup, Nate “The Natural” Richardson brings his kickboxing experience to bear against LFA newcomer Darius Estell, and at women’s bantamweight Hailey Cowan risks her five-fight win streak against Kelly Clayton. Finally, the co-main event will pit the ex-UFC fighter Kyle “Gunz Up” Stewart against the ex-Bellator fighter Tim “The Bear” Caron. Here’s an interview we did with LFA 90 fighter, Mando Gutierrez.
LFA 91 Results
Chidi Njokuani (18-7) def. Cristhian Torres (15-10) by TKO (knees and punches) at 4 minutes and 10 seconds into the second round
Kyle Stewart (12-3) def. Tim Caron (10-2) by TKO (punches) at 4 minutes into the second round
Jamal Pogues (7-3) def. Tim Hiley (7-2) by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Kelly Clayton (1-2) def. Hailey Cowan (5-1) by submission (guillotine) at 46 seconds into the second round
Nick Maximov (4-0) def. Johnny James Jr. (1-1) by submission (rear naked choke) at 4 minutes and 1 second into the second round
Nate Richardson (7-2) def. Darius Estell (6-2) by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Josh Quinian (2-0) def. Pete Keepers (0-0) by TKO (punches) at 1 minute and 29 seconds into the second round
Edwin Chavez (2-0) def. Keilen Fantroy (0-0) by submission (rear naked choke) at 4 minutes into the first round