DWCS video: Javid Basharat slices up, submits Oron Kahlon in third round

Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLCThere were moments were it looked like Javid Basharat was very much enjoying taking his opponent Oron Kahlon into deep waters. But after two rounds of domination, he “took out the trash” and finished the man who missed weight and then called him a terrorist at weigh-ins for DWCS Season 5: Week 9. Basharat sliced open Kahlon in the first round with a series of brutal elbows and then cinched a guillotine choke at the 4:12 mark of the third round. Check out the finish below. Closing out the dominate performance with a 3️⃣rd round submission [ @JavidBasharat | #DWCS | Tune in LIVE on @ESPNPlus ] pic.twitter.com/TMixrdYZN5— UFC (@ufc) October 27, 2021 Basharat spoke to Kahlon throughout much of the fight, and while they weren’t on a hot mic, it was clear he was giving some verbal retribution to go along with the physical kind. After the first round, an easy 10-8, Kahlon offered very little resistance and looked out of step. A slip in the third round was a huge opportunity, but Basharat won the scramble and got to the back. When the fight-ending choke came in the final minute, it was a merciful end for Kahlon, who also missed weight along with insulting Basharat. “I give him respect as a sportsman, but as a human, what trash behavior,” said Basharat afterward. “When you’re that unapologetic, you deserve a fist in your mouth.” Basharat told UFC commentator Laura Sanko he told UFC President Dana White he “took out the trash” and demanded a UFC contract, and was hard to see that request turned down. Gorgeous ground and pound from @JavidBasharat [ #DWCS | Tune in LIVE on @ESPNPlus ] pic.twitter.com/46e3t0Gmq4— UFC (@ufc) October 27, 2021 Basharat's having fun in there tonight [ #DWCS | Tune in LIVE on @ESPNPlus ] pic.twitter.com/Ay7maLQvUY— UFC (@ufc) October 27, 2021

DWCS video: Javid Basharat slices up, submits Oron Kahlon in third round
Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC

There were moments were it looked like Javid Basharat was very much enjoying taking his opponent Oron Kahlon into deep waters. But after two rounds of domination, he “took out the trash” and finished the man who missed weight and then called him a terrorist at weigh-ins for DWCS Season 5: Week 9.

Basharat sliced open Kahlon in the first round with a series of brutal elbows and then cinched a guillotine choke at the 4:12 mark of the third round.

Check out the finish below.

Basharat spoke to Kahlon throughout much of the fight, and while they weren’t on a hot mic, it was clear he was giving some verbal retribution to go along with the physical kind.

After the first round, an easy 10-8, Kahlon offered very little resistance and looked out of step. A slip in the third round was a huge opportunity, but Basharat won the scramble and got to the back.

When the fight-ending choke came in the final minute, it was a merciful end for Kahlon, who also missed weight along with insulting Basharat.

“I give him respect as a sportsman, but as a human, what trash behavior,” said Basharat afterward. “When you’re that unapologetic, you deserve a fist in your mouth.”

Basharat told UFC commentator Laura Sanko he told UFC President Dana White he “took out the trash” and demanded a UFC contract, and was hard to see that request turned down.

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PFL World Championship 2021 Results: Harrison vs. Guardado

Kayla Harrison and Taylor Guardado will compete in the PFL world championship 2021 main event Wednesday. | PFLMMA Fighting has PFL world championship 2021 results for the Harrison vs. Guardado fight card Wednesday night from the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Fla. In the main event, two-time Olympic champion Kayla Harrison will square off against Taylor Guardado in the main event for the PFL lightweight championship and $1 million. There will be a total of six championships up for grabs at the event. Also, boxing champ Claressa Shields will look to improve to 2-0 in her MMA career when she battles Abigail Montes on the main card. Check out PFL world championship 2021 results below. Main card (ESPN2 at 6 p.m. ET) Kayla Harrison vs. Taylor Guardado Ray Cooper III vs. Magomed Magomedkerimov Claressa Shields vs. Abigail Montes Bruno Cappelozza vs. Ante Delija Movlid Khaybulaev vs. Chris Wade Prelims (ESPN+ at 4:30 p.m. ET) Antonio Carlos Jr. vs. Marthin Hamlet Loik Radzhabov vs. Raush Manfio Omari Akhmedov vs. Jordan Young Julia Budd vs. Kaitlyn Young Don Madge vs. Nathan Williams

PFL World Championship 2021 Results: Harrison vs. Guardado
Kayla Harrison and Taylor Guardado will compete in the PFL world championship 2021 main event Wednesday. | PFL

MMA Fighting has PFL world championship 2021 results for the Harrison vs. Guardado fight card Wednesday night from the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Fla.

In the main event, two-time Olympic champion Kayla Harrison will square off against Taylor Guardado in the main event for the PFL lightweight championship and $1 million.

There will be a total of six championships up for grabs at the event. Also, boxing champ Claressa Shields will look to improve to 2-0 in her MMA career when she battles Abigail Montes on the main card.

Check out PFL world championship 2021 results below.

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Main card (ESPN2 at 6 p.m. ET)

Kayla Harrison vs. Taylor Guardado

Ray Cooper III vs. Magomed Magomedkerimov

Claressa Shields vs. Abigail Montes

Bruno Cappelozza vs. Ante Delija

Movlid Khaybulaev vs. Chris Wade

Prelims (ESPN+ at 4:30 p.m. ET)

Antonio Carlos Jr. vs. Marthin Hamlet

Loik Radzhabov vs. Raush Manfio

Omari Akhmedov vs. Jordan Young

Julia Budd vs. Kaitlyn Young

Don Madge vs. Nathan Williams

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