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MFN 6 Results: Anshul Jubli remains undefeated, Jacky Gahlot wins co-main event

LockerRoom Team
Calendar Icon24 September 2021

Matrix Fight Night rolled out Matrix Fight Night 6 (MFN 6) from Dubai today and the card had some exciting fights on offer.

In the main event, Anshul Jubli remained undefeated with a first-round submission win over Mohammed Mahmoudiyan of Iran. Anshul came into the fight with a record of 4-0 to his name and extended it to 5-0 with his impressive victory over his Iranian counterpart. 

Jacky Gahlot delivered an excellent performance against Sanjeet Budhwar in the co-main event. Jacky was successful in neutralizing all the weapons that Sanjeet had and secured the victory via decision although there was a late resurgence from Sanjeet.

The catchweight bout between Amit Raj and Sandeep Dahiya did not go the distance as expected. The fight ended in the first round itself after Amit Raj managed to lock in a guillotine in the opening exchange itself which forced Sandeep to tap.

Srikant Sekhar had a dominant performance against Satyajit Changmai and secured a second-round submission win via a rear-naked choke. After the win, Srikant called out Vikas Ruhil once again and expressed that he is building towards the rematch with Anshul Jubli.

Seth Rosario secured a second-round submission win against Mohit Arya. Seth and Mohit had an interesting showdown while it lasted but the superior BJJ game of Seth proved to be the difference in the match as he was able to lock in the submission and pick up the win.

Punyajit Likharu secured a quick submission win over Anthony Syiem. Likharu locked in an armbar in the first round itself and went home with his second win in Matrix Fight Night.

Puja Tomar and Jojo Rajkumari went the complete distance of three rounds. Jojo produced a memorable performance against the experienced Puja and managed to win on the cards of one judge. The other two judges, however, scored in favor of Puja which gave her the win via split decision.

The Opening bout saw Musa Raish going up against Abhimanyu Rai in a Bantamweight bout. The fight went the distance and had its fair share of moments for both the fighters. Abhimanyu had the better outing on the ground but unfortunately for him, it was not enough for the judges. In the end, the fight was ruled in favor of Musa via a unanimous decision as a result.

Matrix Fight Night 6 Results:

  • Anshul Jubli def. Mohd. Mahmoudiyan via first-round submission
  • Jacky Gahlot def. Sanjeet Budhwar via Unanimous Decision 
  • Amit Raj def. Sandeep Dahiya via first-round submission
  • Srikant Sekhar def. Satyajit Changmai via Second-Round Submission
  • Seth Rosario def. Mohit Arya via Second-Round Submission
  • Punyajit Likharu def. Anthony Syiem via First-Round Submission
  • Puja Tomar def. Jojo Rajkumari via Split Decision
  • Musa Raish def. Abhimanyu Rai via Unanimous Decision

Matrix Fight Night 6 was scheduled to be headlined by the Welterweight bout between Jason Ramesh Solomon and Bhabajeet Choudhury but the matchup was cancelled as we reported earlier. Anshul Jubli, meanwhile, was scheduled to fight Farhad Hazratzada of Afghanistan as well. The fight between Sumeet Khade and Dhruv Chaudhary also fell off from the card at the last minute due to weight-cutting complications that Sumeet faced.

MFN 6 is the sixth event from Matrix Fight Night after its inception in 2019. The promotion held its first event in Mumbai and the event was headlined by Sandeep Dahiya and Abhishek Rana. This was followed up MFN 2 in June 2019 and this time around, Srikant Sekhar and Jason Ramesh Solomon had headlined the card.

Matrix Fight Night 3 was hosted in Mumbai when Matrix Fight Night 4 and Matrix Fight Night 5 was hosted in Dubai.

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