Matrix Fight Night 6: Anshul Jubli defeats Mohammad Mahmoudian via Submission in Round 1

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Matrix Fight Night (MFN), the country’s first-ever MMA promotion is returning with their upcoming event Matrix Fight Night 6, set to take place on 24th September at the Palazzo Versace in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

The fight card starts at 8:30 PM IST

Matrix Fight Night 6 brings you a mouth-watering fight card.

Exciting main event bout between Anshul Jubli and Mohammad Mahmoudian

MFN 6 was originally supposed to take place earlier in 2021 but was slapped with a postponement due to the prevalence of the pandemic situation and was pushed back to September.

The main event of MFN 6 will feature a lightweight bout between Anshul Jubli (4-0-0 MMA) and Mohammad Mahmoudian (2-1-0 MMA) from Iran, who is the first foreign mixed martial artist to be featured on MFN.

The co-main event features a featherweight fight with Jacky Gahlot (3-1-0 MMA) pitted against Sanjeet Budhwar (6-1-0 MMA).

Puja Tomar, Multiple-time Indian National Wushu Champion will make her MFN debut against Jojo Rajakumari, the first MMA fighter from Manipur and a 12-time national medallist in kickboxing.


Sumeet Khade’s fight has been cancelled following a brutal weight cut which lead to dehydration and muscle weakness. He was also hospitalised for safety reasons.


  • Musa Raish defeats Abhimanyu Rai via unanimous decision
  • Puja Tomar defeats Jojo Rajkumari via split decision
  • Punyajit Likharu defeats Anthony Syiem via submission in Round 1
  • Seth Rosario defeats Mohit Arya via submission in Round 1
  • Srikant Sekhar defeats Satyajit Changmai via RNC in Round 2
  • Amit Raj defeats Sanjeet Dahiya via submission (Guillotine) in Round 1
  • Jacky Gehlot defeats Sanjeet Budhwar via unanimous decision
  • Anshul Jubli defeats Mohammad Mahmoudian via Submission in Round 1

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