Super Middleweight Title

Regian “The Immortal” Eersel (44-4) def. D.C. “The Bahamian Bad Boy” Pratt (20-3) via TKO at 2:29 of R1 to retain the Lion Fight Super Middleweight Title.

Eersel does it again as he drops Pratt with a knee-right hand combination.  Pratt managed to get to his feet, but seemed uneasy leading referee Steve Mazzagatti to call a stop to the fight.

Super Bantamweight Title

Iman “Pretty Killer” Barlow (87-5-3) def. Meryem “Mergen” Uslu (62-12-1) by UD (50-45, 50-45, 50-45) to retain the Lion Fight Women’s Super Bantamweight Title.

Barlow put on a clinic as she dominated Uslu with body kicks and an aggressive clinch game and put a punctuation on her performance with an elbow that split Uslu’s skull in the final seconds of the 5th round.  Barlow shows why she is the best in the world!

Super Lightweight

River “The Filipino Flash” Daz (13-0-1) def. Diego “The Terror” Llamas (8-3) by UD.

An action packed fight to start Lion Fight 34.  Daz and Llamas went back-and-forth for 5 rounds with Daz taking the early rounds with volume and a relentless leg attack and Llamas turning it around in the 3rd and 4th.  It ultimately came down to the 5th round, where Daz seemed to be the fresher fighter as he pushed Llamas back to take the win.


Kronphet “Diamond Hands” Phetrachapat (75-18-5) and Kevin “The European Assassin” Burmester (70-8-1)  fight to a majority draw (48-46, 47-47, 47-47).

Kronphet dropped Burmester early with a spinning elbow, but Burmester recovered and seemed the fresher fighter at the end of the fight.  The judges saw it too close to call as Kronphet and Burmester have to make due with a majority draw.

Super Welterweight

Nick “The Golden Boy” Chasteen (6-3) v. Gabriel “El Nino” Mazzetti (13-2) (49-46, 48-47).

An action packed fight!  These two guys went at it, and there was bad blood from the opening as Chasteen kicked Mazzetti low causing Mazzetti to lose his cup.  Both fighters brought it, but ultimately the judges went with Mazzetti, who seemed to connect the hard shots over Chasteen’s volume.


Anthony “The Assassin” Njokuani (23-0) def. Chris “The Butcher” Harrington (21-3) via TKO at 2:44 of R3.

Njokuani gets the big TKO in his return to Muay Thai.  Njokuani easily took the first round, but Harrington pushed back in the 2nd cutting Njokuani with an elbow.  Harrington seemed to be out muscling Njokuani early in the 3rd until Njokuani started letting his hands go, and dropped Harrington 3 times to earn the TKO.


Derrick Wheeler def. Dean Parker via decision.

Zhenya Chuprina def. Ardavan Moeini via SD  (29-28, 28-29, 30-27).

Gilbert Pimental def. Chris Rios via TKO at 1:48 of R3.

Steve Walker (13-2) def. Sedrick Sweet (4-2-1)  via TKO in R2.