Combat Night Orlando Results and LIVE Stream
Combat Night is back in Orlando at the Caribe Royale Resort tonight hosting its second pro event of the year and celebrating its 10-year anniversary. You can order and watch Combat Night Orlando via FITE below beginning at 5:15 pm ET for $24.99.
In the main event, Combat Night middleweight champion, Val Woodburn (5-0) defends his 0 as he takes on Brazil’s, Wesley de Almeida (16-8). Orlando’s Woodburn, is a heavy hitting knockout artist and a household name in the Combat Night community. The 28-year-old will make his 13th promotional appearance tonight in his 14th career bout, as a pro and amateur. In his five pro bouts, he’s scored finishes in every outing including three in the first round. The champ does his training at Fusion Xcel Performance Center with the likes of Lyoto Machida, Mike Perry, Alex Nicholson, Phil Rowe and Rodolfo Vieira. Although Woodburn is a knockout artist, don’t sleep on his wrestling; when he puts his opponents on their back, he’s not easy to get off top position. With a sixth straight finish tonight, it wouldn’t be surprising if he gets a shot on Dana White’s Contender Series or even a call up to a major organization.
Order and watch Combat Night Orlando below:
Wesley de Almeida looks to halt the hype train in his promotional debut. The 32-year-old is known for his finishing ability scoring all of his 16 wins by finish. The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt has a beyond crafty submission skill set earning 10 wins in that fashion, including a few Anaconda chokes. Despite fighting all over the world since his pro debut in 2013, de Almeida makes his debut on American soil tonight. A clash of era’s and style’s collide as a young knockout artist meets a tenured submission specialist in tonight’s main event.
Co-headlining the card, submission specialist, Chris Daniel (7-2-1), squares off with well-rounded Jiu-Jitsu black belt, Luke Putsay (3-1). Chris Daniel makes his 17th total walk to the Combatagon tonight. The 31-year-old has been rolling lately winning three straight, two by way of submission. Daniel has really sneaky submissions of his back including a nasty triangle choke that was displayed in his last bout. Don’t sleep on Daniel’s kickboxing game as he excels on the feet as well. It will be interesting how his experience advantage plays out against the hometown hero.
Orlando’s, Luke Pustay, is back in the cage for the first time in 2022. All of his pro appearances have been with Combat Night and he’s dominated three of the four. Despite his grappling prowess, Pustay is well-rounded and has solid knockout power. He, along with 11 other members of tonight’s card, is apart of the, under appreciated, Jungle MMA team and looks to cap off its night in dominant fashion. Without a doubt this will be a chess match for as long as it lasts.
Also on the card, grappling standout, Roman Fedorov (1-0), Jiu-Jitsu specialist, Juan Rodriguez (1-0) and Combat night amateur veterans making their pro debuts, Alec Bailey (0-0) and Kenny Agosto (0-0). The card will be live on PPV at 4:15pm ET/1:15pm PT.
Combat Night Orlando results below:
Pro Main card:
Val Woodburn (6-0) def. Wesley Martins Garcia de Almeida (16-9) via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-28).
Chris Daniel (8-2-1) def. Luke Pustay (3-2) via Submission (Armbar) :39 into Round 1.
Nick McCarty (2-1) def. Roman Fedorov (1-1) via Submission (Strikes) 1:26 into Round 1.
Juan Rodriguez (2-0) def. Ginseng Du Jour (3-9) via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28).
Alec Bailey (1-0) def. Damien Attie (1-2) via Submission (Kmura) 2:52 into Round 1.
Darrius Jackson (2-0) def. Andrew Houp (0-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).
Shawn Lunghi (1-0) vs Rodney Rampersad (0-2) via Submission (Rear-naked choke) 1:36 into Round 1.
Eddie Perez (1-1) def. Emre Orun (2-9) via Submission (Rear-naked choke) 1:54 into Round 2.
Kenny Agosto (1-0) def. Joseph Y’Shua (2-5) via Submission (Rear-naked choke) :55 into Round 2.
Naomi Young def. Elizabeth Lewis via Unanimous Decision
Walter Mitchell def. Garrett Nelson via Submission (Guillotine Choke) in Round 2. — to earn Combat Night Lightweight Championship
Jacob Toledo def. Tristan Mcgraw via Unanimous Decision — to earn the Combat Night Bantamweight Championship
Justin Camacho def. Bryan Aracho via Unanimous Decision
Justin Henselin def. Taylor Rowell via TKO in Round 3.
Noah Williams def. Tyler Stout via Unanimous Decision
Alex Rogers def. Pablo Hernandez via Unanimous Decision
David Angel vs. Jael Vallejo ends in a Draw
Kevin Hendrix def. Garrett Schneider via Knockout in Round 1.
Jurrel Miller def. Robert Mungillo via Unanimous Decision – Kickboxing bout
Krystian Wint def. Will Pierrette via Split Decision – Kickboxing bout
Carlos Brown def. Tyler Bies via TKO in Round 2.
Joe Etienne def. Noah Casillias via Unanimous Decision.
Michael Caicedo def. Jeff Lexis via Submission (Guillotine Choke) in Round 1.
John Morea def. Greg Pelote via Submission (Guillotine Choke) in Round 1.
Lucas Larue def. Shawn Forbes via Unanimous Decision.
Alec Brooks def. Diver Lugo via TKO 4:52 into Round 1.
Robert Boggs def. Cooper Duthie via Split Decision – Kickboxing bout
Andre Ernest def. Rafael Ortiz via Split Decision (30-27, 27-30, 29-28) – Kickboxing bout