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Exciting Results and Highlights from Dana White Contender Series Week 2

Catch all the exciting results and highlights from the second week of the Dana White Contender Series. This action-packed event featured explosive finishes and a thrilling main event.

The highly anticipated Dana White Contender Series returned for its second week on Tuesday, Aug. 15. This action-packed event showcased some incredible fights and left fans on the edge of their seats.

The night kicked off with two explosive first-round finishes. Charalampos Grigoriou wasted no time and secured a TKO victory in just one minute. Eduarda Moura, the first woman of the season, impressed everyone with a submission win.

The third fight of the night went the distance, providing a thrilling three-round battle. Although it took some steam away from the event, the fourth fight quickly reignited the excitement. Ibo Aslan dominated his opponent, securing a first-round finish and getting the finish train back on track.

However, the main event stole the show. It featured a highly anticipated matchup between Cage Warriors champion George Hardwick and Fury FC champion Abdul-Kareem Al-Selwady. The two fighters traded hard shots in the first round, with Al-Selwady surprising everyone by landing some powerful exchanges and even stunning Hardwick.

As the fight progressed into the second round, it remained incredibly close, making it a difficult one to judge. The third round was equally intense, and although there was no finish, the fight delivered an absolute barnburner.

Overall, the second week of the Dana White Contender Series was filled with excitement, showcasing the incredible talent and determination of the fighters. Fans can’t wait to see what the next week has in store.

Fighter 1 Fighter 2 Result
Charalampos Grigoriou Opponent TKO (Round 1)
Eduarda Moura Opponent Submission (Round 1)
Fighter 3 Fighter 4 Decision
Ibo Aslan Opponent TKO (Round 1)
George Hardwick Abdul-Kareem Al-Selwady Decision