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Season 5 of Dana White’s “Contender Series” maintains its international flavor tonight (Tues., Sept. 14, 2021) as a dozen mixed martial arts (MMA) standouts from seven different countries duke it out on( ) for a shot at Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) glory.
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Thunder Fight Light Heavyweight Champion Jailton Almeida (13-2) rides an eight-fight, eight-finish streak into this week’s main event, which pits him against unbeaten ACA veteran Nasrudin Nasrudinov (11-2). Down at Bantamweight, Mo Miller (5-0) looks for his fourth consecutive finish against fellow LFA standout Brandon Lewis (5-0), while former ACB Middleweight Champion Albert Duraev (13-3) returns to the cage after three years away to face another long-absent finisher in Caio Bettencourt (14-6).
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The night’s sole Heavyweight feature sees Poland’s Lukasz Brzeski (8-1-1) fight Dylan Potter (10-5) in a bout originally scheduled for two weeks ago. In addition, Jack Della Maddalena (9-2) meets Ange Loosa (7-1) in a clash of Welterweight finishers and top Flyweight prospect Jasmine Jasudavicius (4-1) opens the show against Shooto Brasil Champion Julia Polastri (8-2)
‘Contender Series’ Quick Results:
Jailton Almeida vs. Nasrudin Nasrudinov
Mo Miller vs. Brandon Lewis
Albert Duraev vs. Caio Bittencourt
Lukasz Brzeski vs. Dylan Potter
Jack Della Maddalena vs. Ange Loosa — Della Maddalena def. Loosa by unanimous decision (30-27 x3)
Jasmine Jasudavicius vs. Julia Polastri — Jasudavicius def. Polastri by unanimous decision (29-27 x3)
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‘Contender Series’ Play-By-Play Results:
205 lbs.: Jailton Almeida vs. Nasrudin Nasrudinov
135 lbs.: Mo Miller vs. Brandon Lewis
185 lbs.: Albert Duraev vs. Caio Bittencourt
265 lbs.: Lukasz Brzeski vs. Dylan Potter
170 lbs.: Jack Della Maddalena vs. Ange Loosa
Round one: Loosa looking to jab. Calf kicks connect. Simultaneous kicks. Another good calf kick by Loosa, who blocks a slapping right. One minute in. Double rights from Loosa. Loosa grabs a rear waist lock and a great scramble ensues, culminating in Della Maddalena nearly taking the back before they separate. Right hand stings Loosa two minutes in. Head kick, body shot, 3-2 by Della Maddalena. Loosa right cross. Nice four-piece from Della Maddalena. Two minutes to go.
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Loosa with a right cross. Della Maddalena to the body. Landing jabs. Loosa body kick, just avoids a knee. Hard exchange. Both land rights. 3-2 by Della Maddalena, then a lead uppercut. Calf kick exchange with a minute to go. Loosa body kick. Della Maddalena tries a knee up the middle, eats a right hand and 1-2. Decent late work from Loosa. 10-9 Della Maddalena.
Round two: Both land good rights, then Della Maddalena stings him with a left hook and tries to follow up. Loosa hurling right hands, walks into a check hook. Good uppercut by Loosa in combination. Della Maddalena lands his own. One minute in. Cuffing right by Della Maddalena, who reverses a takedown. They separate. Loosa eats a body shot and a heavy combination behind it. Lovely boxing from Della Maddalena, who changes levels against the fence. Two minutes in. Loosa takes a knee to the jewels that looks like it really hurt. They resume after a couple minutes. Low kick from Della Maddalena. Counter right by Loosa, walks into some heavy fire soon after. Della Maddalena slips throwing a knee and ends up on the bottom in guard with two minutes to go.
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Loosa suddenly wraps up an arm triangle and quickly passes to side control. Della Maddalena manages to bridge and stand with a minute to go. Back to trading punches. Calf kicks from Loosa. Nasty elbow from Della Maddalena cuts Loosa open. 10-9 Della Maddalena.
Round three: Loosa takes a nice shot after some early exchanges, Della Maddalena reverses into his own attempt. They separate. One minute in. 1-2s landing for Loosa, who eats some heavy hooks. Well-timed double by Della Maddalena that Loosa defends. Right crosses landing for Loosa. Clean uppercut, avoids an elbow. Two minutes in. Continuing to exchange. Loosa consistently finding the mark with his right hand. Della Maddalena with some swatting rights, eats a body kick and lands a 1-2. Just trading volleys. 1-2-1-2 by Della Maddalena. Two minutes to go.
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Della Maddalena starting to retake momentum with clean two-piece combos. Loosa with a really nice takedown that puts him on top in half guard. Della Maddalena regains guard. One minute to go. Triangle attempt, nothing doing, gives up side control. Loosa looking for the back. Nice granby roll by Della Maddalena to get back to his feet. Della Maddalena with some brutal combinations to end the round. Great, great fight. 10-9 Della Maddalena in the closest round so far.
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Final result: Della Maddalena def. Loosa by unanimous decision
125 lbs.: Jasmine Jasudavicius vs. Julia Polastri
Round one: Jasudavicius looking to jab. Body kick from Polastri. Jasudavicius lands a leg kick, then ties up when Polastri tries her own. Jasudavicius trips her to the mat a minute in. Looking to pass straight to mount. Elbows and punches. Polastri regains guard, eats some good right hands. Back to half guard. Two minutes in. Good pressure, not super active. Two minutes to go.
Now some punches from Jasudavicius. She postures up for some heavier shots, goes back down into half guard. One minute to go. Jasudavicius really going for some heavy ground-and-pound. Hard elbows from knee on belly. Polastri seemingly saved by the bell. 10-8 Jasudavicius.
Round two: Good exchanges in the center, including a head kick from Polastri. Jasudavicius drives her back to the mat, landing on top in guard. One minute in. Kicking at Polastri’s legs. This gives Polastri enough space to stand. Good low-high left hooks after waving Jasudavicius on. Jasudavicius changes levels and scores another takedown despite Polastri’s guillotine attempt. Trading right hands from guard. Polastri with a nice standup and they trade in the clinch. Polastri with a nice body kick and elbow. Jasudavicius piling up knees to the body. Out of the clinch, back in. Two minutes to go.
Some good inside work by Jasudavicius. They separate. Teep from Polastri. Polastri with a slick left high kick. Jasudavicius counter right. One minute to go. Polastri with a 1-2-head kick that seems to rattle Jasudavicius, who unsuccessfully shoots. Another right hand. Jasudavicius 1-2, another clean right from Polastri in return. They trade right hands. Good exchange. 10-9 Jasudavicius? It’s close.
Round three: Early cross from Jasudavicius. Polastri with a tight right hand to answer a knee, tries a jumping front kick and follows with a heavy combo. Jasudavicius shoots, denied, eats an elbow. One minute in. Jasudavicius 1-2, Polastri right cross. Low-high rights from the Brazilian. Stalking forward and landing the more impressive shots so far. Left hook to head kick. Jasudavicius 1-2-2. 1-1-2 from Polastri two minutes in. Hard 1-2. Jasudavicius body kick, Polastri low kick. Polastri continuing to get the best of these exchanges. Trading hands. Jasudavicius shoots, stuffed, lands a body kick. Two minutes to go.
Both firing jabs, crosses, and low kicks. Jasudavicius sets up a double-leg with some punches and this one puts her back on top in half guard. Looking for mount with a minute to go, can’t get it. Short elbows. She tries some wild GnP before the bell. 10-9 Polastri.
Final result: Jasudavicius def. Polastri by unanimous decision
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