Bellator 258 Results: Archuleta vs. Pettis

Juan Archuleta and Sergio Pettis will clash in the Bellator 258 main event Friday night. | BellatorMMA Fighting has Bellator 258 results for the Archuleta vs. Pettis fight card Friday night from the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn. In the main event, Juan Archuleta will defend his Bellator bantamweight title for the first time against Sergio Pettis. Archuleta has won four of his past five fights, while Pettis has won three straight fights. Anthony Johnson makes his Bellator debut against Jose Augusto in a light heavyweight contest. Check out the Bellator 258 results below. Main card (Showtime at 9 p.m. ET) Juan Archuleta vs. Sergio Pettis Anthony Johnson vs. Jose Augusto Patricky Pitbull vs. Peter Queally Michael Page vs. Derek Anderson Prelims (MMA Fighting at 5:30 p.m. ET) Josh Hill vs. Raufeon Stots Lorenz Larkin vs. Rafael Carvalho Patchy Mix vs. Albert Morales Logan Storley vs. Omar Hussein Johnny Eblen vs. Daniel Madrid Henry Corrales vs. Johnny Campbell Weber Almeida vs. Johnny Soto Erik Perez vs. Blaine Shutt

Bellator 258 Results: Archuleta vs. Pettis
Juan Archuleta and Sergio Pettis will clash in the Bellator 258 main event Friday night. | Bellator

MMA Fighting has Bellator 258 results for the Archuleta vs. Pettis fight card Friday night from the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn.

In the main event, Juan Archuleta will defend his Bellator bantamweight title for the first time against Sergio Pettis. Archuleta has won four of his past five fights, while Pettis has won three straight fights.

Anthony Johnson makes his Bellator debut against Jose Augusto in a light heavyweight contest.

Check out the Bellator 258 results below.

Main card (Showtime at 9 p.m. ET)

Juan Archuleta vs. Sergio Pettis

Anthony Johnson vs. Jose Augusto

Patricky Pitbull vs. Peter Queally

Michael Page vs. Derek Anderson

Prelims (MMA Fighting at 5:30 p.m. ET)

Josh Hill vs. Raufeon Stots

Lorenz Larkin vs. Rafael Carvalho

Patchy Mix vs. Albert Morales

Logan Storley vs. Omar Hussein

Johnny Eblen vs. Daniel Madrid

Henry Corrales vs. Johnny Campbell

Weber Almeida vs. Johnny Soto

Erik Perez vs. Blaine Shutt

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PFL 3 results: Renan Ferreira taps, but knocks out Fabricio Werdum, Kayla Harrison rolls

Renan Ferreira upset former UFC heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum in the headliner of PFL 3 with a flurry of ground-and-pound. Ferreira also tapped twice to a triangle choke that Werdum slapped on seconds before.

Ultimately, Ferreira’s knockout win at 2:32 of the opening round was the official result, bringing him six regular season points in the Thursday night headliner at Ocean Casino Resort in Atlantic City, N.J.

Referee Keith Peterson was not in position to see Ferreira’s hand make a very clear tap on Werdum’s back and then a smaller one before a series of hammerfists removed Werdum from consciousness.

Afterward, the former UFC champ said he loosened his choke because he felt his opponent submit.

“I don’t want to say nothing to him,” Werdum said. “But he knows in his mind that he tapped. And it’s not fair.”

The fight started with a bang when both heavyweights launched flying side kicks. But it was Werdum that got on top, and he was about to advance before Ferreira, who at 6-8 had a four-inch height advantage, reversed him. Werdum immediately locked in the triangle.

But as it turned out, that wasn’t enough. Check out the controversial sequence and finish below:

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Harrison dominates Morais

Season 2 champion Kayla Harrison barely broke a sweat in her first Season 3 appearance, taking down and pounding out Mariana Morais in less than 90 seconds.

The official time of stoppage was 1:23 as referee Gary Copeland stepped in to stop a flurry of ground and pound that followed a takedown and mount from Harrison, who picked up six points in regular season competition.

Morais, a longtime bantamweight, had the chutzpah to try a hip toss on Olympic gold medalist judoka Harrison, who countered by reversing direction and putting her on the canvas. While Harrison didn’t get the finish fast enough to usurp her two-time victim Larissa Pachecho, who got a finish in just 51 seconds, she did established herself as the one to beat for the second 155-pound women’s tournament in the PFL.

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Sayles upsets Usman

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Sayles, an Army combatives instructor, dropped Usman twice in the second round before securing a rear-naked choke that forced referee intervention at the 3:42 mark of the second round.

The end was written in part by the beginning, when Sayles repeatedly landed a powerful left hook. Thankfully, Sayles also brought to the fight a good chin that showed when Usman ducked his head and fired heavy overhand rights. Unable to take the fight to the mat, Usman settled for throwing bombs. In response, Sayles attacked the legs to make him less explosive.

The fight could have been stopped when a clearly dazed Usman, who hit the canvas off a right hook, groped for Sayles’ legs. When that didn’t happen, Sayles locked up a guillotine and tried to get the tap. Usman escaped, but was sent to the canvas again by another short right hand. Sayles climbed to the back and got the finish for a second-round finish and a five-point take.

Pachecho pounds Pajic

Larissa Pacheco made a statement in her first Season 3 appearance, dropping Julija Pajic with a left hook before finishing her off just 51 seconds into the first round.

Pacheco advanced to mount and poured on the strikes before the referee intervened. With the win, she picked up six regular season points and the fastest finish in the women’s lightweight division, according to the promotion.

Full PFL 3 Results:

Renan Ferreira def. Fabricio Werdum via KO (strikes) - Round 1, 2:32

Kayla Harrison def. Mariana Morais via TKO (strikes) - Round 1, 1:23

Brandon Sayles def. Mohammed Usman via submission (rear-naked choke) - Round 2, 3:42

Larissa Pacheco def. Julija Pajic via TKO (strikes) - Round 1, 0:51

Bruno Cappelozza def. Ante Delija via KO (punches) - Round 1, 0:46

Kaitlin Young def. Cindy Dandois via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Genah Fabian def. Laura Sanchez via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Denis Goltsov def. Muhammed Dereese via TKO (strikes) - Round 1, 4:21

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