Relive our live Hexagone MMA evening at the Reims Arena

In co-main, a most electric duel. The Franco-Mexican David Tonatiuh Crol, with an aggressive and committed style, fired up, assured that he would make short work of‘Anthony Dizy, known as La Masse, MMA reference and local star. Former high-level wrestler, medalist at the European Championships, Anthony Dizy has one of the finest French records of his generation in MMA. Having passed through the best organizations in the world (Bellator, Cage Warriors, Bamma, M-1), he even participated in the $1 million PFL tournament. Anthony Dizy was declared the winner by unanimous decision at the end of the 3 rounds.

> Find Anthony Dizy’s post-fight reaction here

> Find the video portrait of Anthony Dizy here.

  • 10:10 p.m. Victory for Ulrich over Shaka Zulu

A figure on the amateur circuit, it was for Frenchman Théo Ulrich his second pro fight with Hexagone MMA. Facing him, the Frenchman Shaka Zulu, specialist in foot fisting. The Frenchman beat Shaka Zulu by unanimous decision.

  • 9:40 p.m. 6th fight. Giordanengo wins over Rémois Fontes
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In the cage, a former member of the French judo team, The Rémois Alexis Fontes known as The Storm was facing Clément Giordanengo this Friday evening. Deprived of an interim belt (won by Matthieu Letho Duclos) during the Hexagon MMA in Dijon, Alexis Fontes had only one idea in mind: to show everyone what he is worth! He faced the solid Clement Giordanengo, a complete fighter but whose last fight will take place in 2022. But Alexis Fontes lost by submission in the 2nd round.

> Find the video portrait of Alexis Fontes here.

  • 5th fight. 9:30 p.m. McNulty wins VS Goi
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The Frenchman Leopold Goi, specialized in ground combat (Brazilian jiu-jitsu and luta livre) faced this evening the Irishman Martin Mc Nulty, a fan of kickboxing since childhood and who defines himself as a Swiss army knife. Victory for Leopold by unanimous decision of the judges. A fight that took place a lot on the ground.

  • 4th fight. 8:35 p.m. Hema beaten by Sow
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Elsa Hemat, multiple champion in boxing and kick boxing, made a strong push for her arrival in MMA. Author of a nice knockout during the Hexagon MMA Dijon, she faced Awa Sow this Friday evening.

Victory for Awa Sow following a stop by the referee in the 2nd round on strikes on the ground.

In the first part of the show, discover young fighters, most of whom train in Reims.

  • 8:05 p.m. – 3rd fight: Rémois Sadoyan loses vs Garcia
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The Spaniard Borja Garcia, who has extensive experience on the amateur circuit, is European MMA champion. He confronted the Armenian and Reims fighter Tital Sadoyan. The Rémois lost by stoppage by the referee at the end of the 2nd round against an opponent who was much more comfortable facing standing strikes.

> Find Tital’s reaction here

> Find the video portrait of Tital Sadoyan here.

  • 7:30 p.m. – Pablo Radjabou wins victory against Amine Bedoui
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Amine Bedoui and Pablo Radjabou are both from Rémois. They each represent their club. Respectively: ETT Reims and Strong Fight Gym. They were both eager to show the extent of their talent tonight. Pablo won after three rounds by unanimous decision.

> Watch Pablo’s reaction here in video after his victory

> Find here the video portrait of Pablo

> Find here the portrait of Amine Bedoui

  • 1st fight. Rémois Lukoki loses VS Gbeassor
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Stephanie Jayet
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As a reminder, on March 2, Amine Bedoui and Djeni Lukoki, from Europe Top Teamwere selected by the president of Hexagone MMA Jérôme Pourrut to appear on the card of the Reims Arena show, this Friday, May 24.

Djeni Lukoki, in -70 kg, entered the cage to face Norman Dany Gbeassor, who has no known reference in MMA and who was chosen less than 48 hours ago. The Norman defeated the Rémois by guillotine in 45 seconds.

> Find here Lukoki’s reaction after his defeat

> Find the video portrait of Djeni Lukoki here.

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