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Patchy Mix Retains Bantamweight Title in Bellator Champions Series: Paris

Discover the thrilling showdown as Patchy Mix defends his bantamweight title against Magomedov Magomedov in the Bellator Champions Series: Paris main event. Get all the fight details and post-match highlights here!

Patchy Mix retained his bantamweight title in a hard-fought battle against Magomedov Magomedov at the Bellator Champions Series: Paris. Despite early setbacks, Mix’s resilience and strategic moves secured him the victory. Post-fight, Mix called out Leandro Higo for his next challenge, adding more excitement to his impressive week that also included a proposal to his girlfriend, UFC’s Tatiana Suarez.

In a thrilling main event at the Accor Arena, Patchy Mix (20-1) secured a split decision victory over Magomedov Magomedov (20-4) to defend his bantamweight title. The fight was a rollercoaster of emotions as Mix faced adversity in the early rounds but showcased his resilience and skill to sway the judges in his favor.

Key Fight Moments

  • Mix faced early trouble with a flurry of punches from Magomedov in Round 1.
  • Despite the damage, Mix’s relentless pressure and submission attempts kept him in the fight.
  • The judges ultimately favored Mix’s volume and control, awarding him the victory.

Post-Fight Callout

Following his hard-earned win, Mix wasted no time and called out Leandro Higo for his next challenge. Higo, who served as a backup fighter during the weigh-ins, could be Mix’s next opponent.

Personal Milestones

Apart from his victory, Mix had a memorable week by proposing to his girlfriend, UFC women’s flyweight contender Tatiana Suarez, at the iconic Eiffel Tower.

Event Highlights

Other notable results from the Bellator Champions Series: Paris included Cedric Doumbe’s TKO victory over Jaleel Willis and Costello van Steenis’ submission win against Gregory Babeno.

For more detailed coverage of the event, visit MMA Junkie’s event hub for Bellator Champions Series: Paris.