(Video courtesy of AXS Television Fights | Seeing may be limited due to broadcast rights limitations )

Friday’s LFA 5-9: Michaud vs. Aguilera marked back-to-back weeks chockfull of excitement for Legacy Fighting Alliance.

At the primary event, veteran David Michaud dropped Christian Aguilera multiple days from the initial round until the referee finally stopped devoting Michaud the victory, the action from TKO.

Earlier in the evening, Kyler Phillips (61 ) landed a head kick KO to defeate Emeka Ifekandu (6-3) from the very first circular.

LFA 5-9 happened on Friday, Feb. 1, at Comerica Theatre in Phoenix, Az..

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LFA 60 provides a lightheavyweight name struggle to the Des Moines metro area when Lithuanian stand-out Julius Anglickas squares away with former football player Clayton York. LFA 60 — Anglickas vs. York takes place Friday, February 15th at the 7 Flags Event Center in Clive, Iowa. The card nationally on AXS TV and is going to probably be televised live.

  • Main-event — Welterweight Fight — David Michaud (15-4) conquered Christian Aguilera (11-6) via TKO at 4:14 in the very initial circular.
  • Middleweight Fight — Daniel Madrid (16-6) submitted Seth Baczynski (22-15) with a guillotine choke at 2:54 in around one.
  • Bantamweight Fight — Kevin Natividad (8-1) defeated  Andy Perez (9-8) via split decision (28-29, 29-27, 29-28)
  • Bantamweight Fight — Kyler Phillips (61 ) knocked out  Emeka Ifekandu (6-3) (head kick) at 2:30 in around one.

(Photo courtesy of Legacy Fighting Alliance along with Amy Kaplan)

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