Legacy Fighting Alliance returned to the Sanford Pentagon successful Sioux Falls, South Dakota connected Friday nighttime for LFA 128 — featuring a legendary sanction successful the main event.
Atop the card, Lucas Clay was acceptable against Aaron McKenzie for the promotion’s vacant lightweight title. The sanction Clay is iconic successful combat sports for bully reason, arsenic boxing large Muhammad Ali was calved Cassius Clay Jr. successful 1942.
Lucas Clay, a distant relation, really utilizes “Cassius” arsenic his nickname, but successful his ain combat sports career, he’s champion known for the “Claymore” choke — a instrumentality connected the seldom seen buggy choke, which Clay has successfully utilized twice.
Aaron McKenzie, meanwhile, had 3 consecutive wins wrong the LFA cage heading into the lawsuit — and was nary uncertainty keen to instrumentality retired a rising imaginable similar Clay. Not to notation winning a title.
Full results from LFA 128, which takes spot Friday, April 8, 2022 tin beryllium recovered below. The paper airs unrecorded on UFC Fight Pass.LFA 128: McKenzie vs. Clay
Aaron McKenzie def. Lucas Clay by divided determination (47-48, 48-47, 48-47) – for the vacant LFA lightweight championship
Jimmy Lawson def. Marino Eatman by TKO, Round 1, 0:34
Richie Miranda def. Devon Dixon by submission (guillotine choke), Round 3, 2:07
Bryce Meredith def. Jay Viola by TKO, Round 3, 1:04
Mitchell McKee def. Jalen Jackson by TKO, Round 1, 2:02
Thad Jean def.. Sarek Shields by TKO, Round 2, 3:40
Adumu Isah def. Andrew Triolo by submission (strikes), Round 1, 2:44
Cheyanne Bowers def. Kaeley Fenhaus by submission (arm-bar), Round 2, 2:50