LFA 98 went down on Friday, and it saw Luke Fremd advance to the middleweight tourney finals with a jaw-dropping knockout.
Boston Salmon is likely happy he didn't take a loss at LFA 84. But the UFC veteran is probably pretty, pretty upset about how he scored his 7th pro win.
LFA 82 went down on Friday and it saw Jake Childers knockout Nate Richardson in jaw-dropping fashion.
Prospect Zviad "Ziko" Lazishvili spoke with MMA Frenzy regarding his upcoming, LFA debut and his UFC aspirations.
The main event of Friday night's LFA 74 card live on AXS TV will feature heavyweights Jared Vanderaa and Renan Ferreira squaring off.
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LFA 73 went down on Friday night, and both Austin Lingo and Elijah Johns scored emphatic wins for Fortis MMA.
The LFA's 72nd card went down on Friday, and it featured Daniel Madrid and Anthony Birchak scoring quick, submisison wins in the headlining fights.
LFA 70 went down on Friday night, and Jake Childers was one of the fighters to score a highlight reel finish.
Check out two of the highlight reel finishes that went down at LFA 68 on Friday.
Solo Hatley Jr. gave up 10 inches in height to Teeejay Britton, but he scored an emphatic, stoppage win at LFA 67.
LFA 66 featured a rare sighting on Friday: a win via gogoplata.
Josh Burkman's near 50 fight career has come to an end.
Check out Brandon Royval and Joanderson Brito's highlight reel wins.
Watch Harvey Park win the LFA lightweight crown by scoring a first round, stoppage win.
LFA 63 took place on Friday, and the main event saw Derrick Krantz viciously KO Justin Patterson.
Casey Kenney is having a week he's never going to forget, as following his championship win at LFA 62, he's been tapped to fight Ray Borg at UFC Philadelphia this Saturday.
Casey Kenney became the first fighter ever in LFA history to hold two titles on Friday night, and he did so in devastating fashion.
LFA 59 went down last night in Phoenix, Arizona, and the card saw Kyler Phillips put away Emeka Ifekandu with a booming head kick.
LFA 58 went down last night Albuquerque, New Mexico, and it featured one of the most vicious, flying knee knockouts you've likely seen in a while.