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Polaris 17 Results

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Polaris Professional Jiu-Jitsu returns for the second time in 2021 today with Polaris 17. The UK-based promotion will feature two title fights for this event, including the christening of a brand new title.

In the main event, the Polaris Middleweight Championship is up for grabs when Australian champion Craig Jones defends his title against current UFC lightweight Davi Ramos. The former Submission Underground openweight champion Jones is one of the most talented and exciting grapplers around right now, but Ramos also has a wealth of experience on the mats, having won multiple ADCC titles.

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In the co-main event, the first Polaris Women’s Openweight champion will be crowned as recent Who’s Number One Championship finalist Kendall Reusing takes on Finland’s first Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu world champion Venla Luukkonen. This fight will be a rematch from the IBJJF European finals of 2020, where the Reusing submitted Luukkonen via bread cutter choke.

Meanwhile, the feature fight pits Polaris staple Jed Hue against 2019 Combat Jiu-Jitsu Worlds welterweight champion Kody Steele. Several other notable European grapplers will be featured also, including Tarik Hopstock, and Ben Hills, as well as MMA veterans Dominic Dillon, Scott Pooley, and Mateusz Szczecinski.

MMA Sucka has fans covered with up-to-date Polaris 17 results, with the card starting at 1:30pm ET/10:30am PT on UFC Fight Pass.

Polaris 17 Results

Main Card

Craig Jones def. Davi Ramos via Unanimous Decision, defends Polaris Middleweight Championship

Kendall Reusing def. Venla Luukkonen via Submission (Armbar), 4:28 of Regulation, wins inaugural Polaris Women’s Openweight Championship

Jed Hue def. Kody Steele via Split Decision

Mateusz Szczecinski def. Ellis Younger via Submission (Heel Hook), 3:23 of Regulation

Tarik Hopstock def. Fred Greenall via Unanimous Decision

Kamil Wilk def. Robert Degle via Unanimous Decision

Preliminary Card

Jack Sear def. Ollie Bates via Split Decision

Dominic Dillon def. Scott Pooley via Submission (Kimura), 1:20 of Regulation

Shane Curtis def. Ben Hills via Unanimous Decision

Yousuf Nabi def. Dan Pacan via Unanimous Decision

Max Corteggiano def. Nathan Kay via Unanimous Decision

Abbie O’Toole def. Maia Holmes via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke), 5:32 of Regulation

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Nate Freeman is from Birmingham, AL, and has been an MMA fan since 2013 after buying UFC Undisputed 2009 for $2 from a second-hand electronics store.

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