Karate Combat is back in action tonight, with fans in attendance for the first time in a long time at Karate Combat Season 4 Episode 4, live from the backlot of Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida.
The main event pits middleweight champion and Shotokan specialist Shahin Atamov against Glory kickboxing veteran Ross Levine. “Turbo” Levine earned the title shot after winning on the opening show of the season via TKO to bring his promotional record to 2-0, while the Azerbaijani champion holds a 4-1 record.
In the co-main event, the bantamweight title is on the line in a pivotal rematch as Irish champion Eoghan Chelmiah looks to stay undefeated against French challenger Ilias Mardhi. Chelmiah won by stoppage in the student death round over Mardhi in last season’s finale to earn the belt.
Also on the card are former Bellator kickboxing champion Gabriel Varga, who makes his promotional debut against Bruno Assis (not to be confused with the MMA fighter of the same name). Assis earned the shot after his win on the last Karate Combat episode. Five-time world champion and 2020 Olympic silver medalist from Azerbaijan, Rafael Aghayev, looks to keep his undefeated record intact against the 1-3 “Hurricane” Davy Dona. Last season’s Female Fighter of the Year and KO Punch of the Year winner Omaira Molina is back in action on the preliminary card, battling the 1-2 Brazilian Shotokan practitioner Ana Luiza Ferreira.
MMA Sucka has fight fans covered with Karate Combat Season 4 Episode 4 results, with the event available live on YouTube starting at 7pm ET/4pm PT.
Karate Combat Season 4 Episode 4 Results
Shahin Atamov vs. Ross Levine — for the Karate Combat Middleweight Championship
Eoghan Chelmiah def. Ilias Mardhi via TKO (Shoulder Injury) at 0:37 of Round 4, defends Karate Combat Bantamweight Championship
Rafael Aghayev def. Davy Dona via Unanimous Decision
Gabriel Varga def. Bruno Assis via Decision
Matthew Stevens def. Alberto Ramirez via Unanimous Decision
Omaira Molina def. Ana Luiza Ferreira via Decision (after Sudden Death Round)
Rob Buxton def. Adrian Galvan via TKO (Corner Stoppage) at 3:00 of Round 2
Robbie Lavoie def. Mouley Oudoud via Decision