Join us for a live discussion, play-by-play and results from World Series of Fighting (WSOF) 6 featuring a Welterweight title fight between Josh Burkman and Steve Carl. The event airs on NBC Sports at 9 p.m. ET.
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Dan Lauzon vs. Justin Gaethje - Round 1 - They're trading punches early and Lauzon lands a nice left hand. They're trading some really big punches. Gaethje witha nice flurry and they tie up. Elbow by Gaethje. Lauzon is in a bit of trouble. Lauzon with a nice flurry and Gaethje tries to answer. Gaethje with a good combo now. Hard leg kick hurts Lauzon's leg. Gaethje pouring them on and Lauzon is hurting. Another leg kick drops Lauzon briefly. Another low kick and Lauzon can't stand on his right leg. The corner decides to not worry about their fighter not being able to stand and the round ends. 10-8 Gaethje.
Round 2 - Lauzon is back out and Gaethje is still working over the leg. Lauzon is just getting busted up though. Oh man, now Gaethje with a few hard punches and Lauzon drops to the canvas. Justin Gaethje wins by TKO (punches), round 2.
Jon Fitch vs. Marcelo Alfaya - Round 1 - Fitch with a leg kick. Alfaya takes down Fitch. Alfaya takes his back now and has the body triangle. Fitch eventually manages to escape back to trying right before the round ends. 10-9 Alfaya.
Round 2 -Alfaya took Fitch down again but Fitch was able to get up as he almost got his back taken. Alfaya still looking for another takedown as he holds Fitch against the cage. Big uppercut by Fitch as they separate. Fitch with a few more good punches and a knee. 10-9 Fitch. Still not a good round for him.
Round 3 - Fitch throwing punches, a tired Alfaya kind of pushing some punches and kicks. Fitch with a nice combo and a good right uppercut and an overhand right. Alfaya pushing him into the cage. Fitch with a very nice flurry of strikes and he pushes Alfaya into the cage. Another hard right by Fitch. Fitch with a takedown and he's pouring on some big punches that have Alfaya hurt. Fitch ends the round with a few more punches. 10-9 Fitch gives him the win on my card.
Official scorecards: 29-28 Fitch, 29-28 Alfaya, 29-28 Fitch. Jon Fitch wins by split decision.
Marlon Moraes vs. Carson Beebe - Round 1 - Moraes comes out and throws some huge flurries. Beebe tries to fire back, Moraes crushes him and he goes down. That'll do 'er. Marlon Moraes wins by TKO (punches), round 1.
Josh Burkman vs. Steve Carl - Round 1 - Carl pushes Burkman into the cage. They're off the cage shortly after. Carl is pushing and Burkman hasn't looked comfortable yet. Head kick by Carl is blocked but he's looking for the takedown again. Burkman on top as they go to the ground and he lands a nice right hand from top. Burkman looking for a toe hold but doesn't have it locked correctly so he gives up on that. 10-9 Burkman I guess
Round 2 - Carl gets his own takedown this round and he's on top in Burkman's half guard. Carl opening up with some good strikes now. Good round for Carl. 10-9 Carl.
Round 3 - Carl looking for another takedown. Burkman looking fr a front choke, can't get it, they're standing, Carl looking for the takedown again. Burkman looking for a guillotine later in the round and he rolls him into mount, trying for the finish. He has mount and is still working the choke. Carl defends, Burkman is on top in full mount and isn't really doing anything. So Carl is able to explode to his feet. then he almost dives into the choke again. This is a weird fight. 10-9 Burkman.
Round 4 - Burkman on top early, Carl looking for a triangle choke. He gets it. it's over. That fight was bad. Steve Carl wins by submission (triangle choke), round 4.
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