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Polaris 18 Results

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Polaris Pro Grappling returns today for the second time in as many months with Polaris 18, coming live from the International Convention Centre in Newport, South Wales, UK.

The main event is at featherweight, as three-division Polaris champion Ashley Williams puts on the gi to take on multiple-time IBJJF World and Pan-Am champion Paulo Miyao.

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The co-main event was set to have Edwin Najmi defend his welterweight title against the outspoken organization staple Jed Hue. However, Najmi was forced to pull out of the contest on Thursday due to injury. Stepping in is another outspoken competitor as former Bellator fighter AJ Agazarm looks to earn his first win back on the competitive grappling scene after being released by the organization.

On the back of a submission win in his MMA debut, Quintet veteran “Fatninja” Igor TanabeĀ makes his Polaris debut against Norwegian organizational mainstay Tommy Langaker in a gi match. On the other end of the MMA spectrum, UFC veteran Stevie Ray competes for the first time since 2019 in his second Polaris outing against Craig Ewers.

MMA Sucka has fans covered with up-to-date Polaris 18 results, with the main card starting at 2pm ET/11am PT on UFC Fight Pass, preceded by the preliminary card starting at 11am ET/8am PT on the Polaris YouTube page

Polaris 18 Results

Main Card

Ashley Williams def. Paulo Miyao via Split Decision

Jed Hue def. AJ Agazarm via Unanimous Decision

Igor Tanabe def. Tommy Langaker via Submission (Bow and Arrow Choke) at 9:05 of Regulation

Stevie Ray def. Craig Ewers via Submission (Modified Twister) at 8:20 of Regulation

Leon Larman def. Bryn Jenkins via Unanimous Decision

Lloyd Cooper def. Tom Barry via Split Decision

Preliminary Card

Josh Williams def. Adam Adshead via Submission (Armbar) at 9:15 of Regulation

Aled Rees def. Ash Amos via Submission (Lapel Choke) at 3:55 of Regulation

Tom Cellamare def. Oli Cole via Submission (Triangle Armbar) at 7:33 of Regulation

Owen Livesey def. Max Bickerton via Unanimous Decision

Ashley Bendle def. Kate Bacik via Unanimous Decision

Jamie Dicks def. Finn Carey via Unanimous Decision

William Southern def. Rhys Davis via Submission (Triangle Choke) at 5:17 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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