Gerald Harris Knocks Out Aaron Cobb with a Body Slam to End Legacy Fighting Championship's Final Event
GERALD HARRIS KNOCKS OUT AARON COBB WITH A BODY SLAM TO END LEGACY FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP’S FINAL EVENT ON ‘AXS TV FIGHTS: LEGACY 63’
LOS ANGELES – Dec. 2, 2016 – In his first fight in three years, headliner Gerald Harris (23-5) scored a thrilling knockout slamming opponent Aaron Cobb (7-3) to the mat to cap off Legacy Fighting Championship’s final show before it merges with Resurrection Fighting Alliance to form Legacy Fighting Alliance in 2017. Full highlights from tonight’sbroadcast of AXS TV FIGHTS: LEGACY FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP 63 are available here: http://bit.ly/Legacy63
Legacy 63 was broadcast live by AXS TV FIGHTS with commentary by UFC Hall of Famer Pat Miletich and “The Voice” Michael Schiavello, along with cageside reporting by Ron Kruck, from the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Official results for Legacy 63 are as follows:
Televised Main Card
Main Event – Catchweight Fight – Gerald Harris (23-5) defeated Aaron Cobb (7-4) by KO (slam) at 0:48 in round one.
Co-Main Event – Welterweight Fight – Bilal Williams (8-3) defeated Trey Houston (12-4) by KO at 1:56 in round one.
Bantamweight Fight – Levi Mowles (5-2) defeated Jimmy Flick (8-3) at 1:27 in round two.
Super Heavyweight Fight – Jesse Hernandez (8-2) defeated Josh Lanier (8-9) by TKO at 0:53 in round one.
Catchweight Fight – TeeJay Britton (3-0) defeated Diego Pichilingue (3-4) by TKO at 3:18 in round one.
Lightweight Fight – Kyle Driscoll (4-2) defeated William Walker (6-5) by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27).
Catchweight Fight – Kathina Lowe (7-6) defeated Ariel Beck (4-4) by unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-28).
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