On Saturday, Nov. 18, Lion Fight hosted its 39th event from London, England. The event was co-promoted with Muay Thai Grand Prix.

In the evening’s main event, Chip Moraza-Pollard topped Jordan Smith to retain his Lion Fight world cruiserweight title and add the vacant Muay Thai Grand Prix world cruiserweight belt.

The event streamed on FloCombat.

Chip Moraza-Pollard def. Jordan Smith by unanimous decision – for Lion Fight cruiserweight title and vacant Muay Thai Grand Prix cruiserweight title
Jose Varela def. Amine Ballafrikh by unanimous decision – for Muay Thai Grand Prix super featherweight title
James Benal def. Ryan Li by unanimous decision – for vacant Muay Thai Grand Prix light heavyweight title
Eddie Abasolo def. Jersey Pinto by split decision
Miguel Martinez Molina def. Daniel Terry by knockout (punch). Round 1, 1:10
Evan Jays def. Aaron McGahey by unanimous decision
John Scott vs. Michael Pham ruled a draw
Nicolas Mendes def. Steve Primrose by TKO. Round 1, 1:06
Rob Hayward def. Lewis Childs by unanimous decision

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