LFA 95 Results

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We’ve got your LFA 95 results covered tonight as the event unfolds. If you’re not able to watch the event on FightPass join us here as we’ll be giving your results fight by fight. LFA is an outstanding organization and tonight’s card should be fantastic.

In the main event, Thomas Powell will square off with fellow middleweight Alex Pereira. Both fighters are young and need a win here to avoid being shuffled back in the LFA. Alex Pereira is a professional kickboxer and has won seven straight fights in that capacity. He will clearly be looking to keep this fight standing and deliver kicks, knees, and punches to Powell.

Powell has had an up and down career, alternating between wins and losses in his last six fights. He is however coming off of a win at Ring of Combat 70 over Chase Gamble.

In the co-main event, Myron Dennis will be taking on Dylan Potter in a clash of light heavyweights. Both fighters have plenty of experience with an impressive 37 professional bouts between them. Davis has a record of 17-7 while Potter holds a win/loss record of 9-4.

If you missed the last LFA event, you can catch LFA 94 results right here.

LFA 95 Results

Alex Pereira def. Thomas Powell via KO (Left Hook) at 4:04 of Round 1
Myron Dennis def. Dylan Potter via Split Decision (29-28, 28-29 & 29-28)
Victor Altamirano def. Lloyd McKinney via Sub (Triangle Choke) at 1:57 of Round 2
Bruno Souza def. Guilherme Santos via TKO (Strikes) at 2:16 of Round 2
Jordan Heiderman def. Mauricio Blanco via Sub (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:43 of Round 2


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