Karate Combat is back in action tonight, with fans attending Karate Combat Season 4 Episode 4 for the first time in a long time, live from the Universal Studios backlot in Orlando, Florida.
The main event pits the middleweight champion against the Shotokan specialist Shahin Atamov against kickboxing veteran Glory Ross Levin. “Turbo” Levine clinched the title after winning the season opener via TKO to take his promotional record to 2-0, while the Azerbaijani champion holds a 4-1 record.
In the co-main event, the bantamweight title is on the line in a decisive rematch as Irish champion Eoghan Chelmiah looking to remain unbeaten against the French challenger Ilias Mardhi. Chelmiah won by stoppage in the student death round against Mardhi in last season’s finale to win the belt.
Also on the card are former Bellator kickboxing champ Gabriel Vargawhich makes its promotional debut against Bruno Assis (not to be confused with the MMA fighter of the same name). Assis took the shot after his win on the latest episode of Karate Combat. Five-time world champion and 2020 Olympic silver medalist from Azerbaijan, Raphael Aghayevlooks to keep his undefeated record intact against the 1-3 “Hurricane” Davy Dona. Last Season’s Female Fighter of the Year and KO Punch of the Year Winner Omaira Molina is back in action on the preliminary card, battling Brazilian practitioner Shotokan 1-2 Ana Luiza Ferreira.
MMA Sucka has fight fans covered with Karate Combat Season 4 Episode 4 results, with the event available live on YouTube beginning at 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT.
Karate Fight Season 4 Episode 4 Results
Shahin Atamov vs. Ross Levine – for Karate Fighting Middleweight Championship
Eoghan Chelmiah vs. Ilias Mardhi – for Bantamweight Karate Fighting Championship
Rafael Aghayev vs. Davy Dona
Gabriel Varga beats. Bruno Assis via Decision
Matthew Stevens beats. Alberto Ramirez by unanimous decision
Omaira Molina defeats. Ana Luiza Ferreira via Decision (after Sudden Death Round)
Rob Buxton beats. Adrian Galvan via TKO (Corner Stoppage) at 3:00 of Round 2
Robbie Lavoie beats. Mouley Oudoud via Decision