WSOF 32 – Live Results


WSOF THUMBWorld Series of Fighting 32 goes down live tonight from the XFINITY Arena in Everett, Washington. In the main event Canada’s own Josh Hill challenges Marlon Moraes in a rematch for the Bantamweight Title and in the co-main event Lance Palmer looks to reclaim his Featherweight Title in a rematch against Alexandre Almeida. Closing out the preliminary card will be yet another rematch when Hakeem Dawodu looks stay undefeated when he faces Marat Magomedov whom he went to a draw with at WSOF 26.

Fans in Canada can catch the main card live on The Fight Network beginning at 1030pm et and prelims will stream on beginning at 7pm et. Top MMA News will have all your live results right here as usual.

Main Card:
Marlon Moraes defeats Josh Hill by KO (Head Kick and Punches) in Round 2, 0:38
***Moraes Defends Bantamweight Title

Lance Palmer defeats Alexandre Almeida by Decision (49-46, 48-48, 50-45)
***Palmer wins Featherweight Title

Caros Fodor defeats Ben Fodor by Unanimous Decision (30-26, 30-26, 30-26)
Louis Taylor submits Phil Hawes by Guillotine Choke in Round 2, 2:15

Preliminary Card:
Hakeem Dawodu defeats Marat Magomedov by TKO (Body Shot and Punches) in Round 2, 2:03
Rex Harris defeats Nick Salchow by Unanimous Decision
Andrews Nakahara defeats Travis Doerge by TKO (Knee and Punches) in Round 1, 0:55
Matt Kovacs defeats Bill Widler by TKO (Punches) in Round 4:22
Brett Malone submits Patrick Benson by Rear-Naked Choke in Round 1, 4:20
Matt Coble submits Colt Hausauer by Rear-Naked Choke in Round 2, 1:52
Tycen Lynn submits Justin Hugo by Triangle Choke in Round 1, 2:17
Joe Elzea submits Marcos Lopez by Armbar in Round 2, 4:34



7 Responses to “ WSOF 32 – Live Results ”

  1. Cody Rempel says:

    Lol…. This announcer was not prepared at all, interviewing Hakeem about which Bantamweight he wants to fight! Get it right man!

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  2. Dean Panas says:

    Great win for Hakeem!!

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  3. who cares says:

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  4. topmmafan says:

    Anybody wishing a Knockout of anyone let alone of someone whose nick name is the gentleman because of who he actually is in real life is disgusting. He went into the 7th round in 2 fights with a top 5 bantamweight on planet earth. He would still beat any 135 er outside the UFC in Canada and it’s not a fluke he is 14 and 2 with both losses to.the same guy. Give your head a shake pal.

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  5. Orangina says:

    Yeah kinda puzzling why someone would be happy that Hill got KO’ed. He comes across as a pretty nice guy and earned two title shots against a guy on a 12 fight win streak.

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  6. Joe Lewis says:

    What kind of piece is shit would make a comment like that , he got caught by one of the top fighters in the world…who cares ur a goof !!!!

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  7. dave hill says:

    I cannot believe that somebody even a competitor in the same weight class could write this. The thing that I enjoy the most is the respect and honour that is shown between fighters in this sport. Every fighter puts heart and soul into preparing to compete, win or lose the respect is always there. To write this would mean you are not honourable and probably not even a competitor. As a parent offering support and compassion every step of the way and feeling no less proud with the win or the loss and for the professionalism that was exhibited by my son, the WSOF and Marlon and of course the fans. In closing I will not be detered by such disrespectful remarks. One day when or if you make it to this level or encourage your children to strive in MMA I hope you think not about you but about the sport and all the people involved before typing your remarks.

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