Move over Conor McGregor, Polaris has their own champ-champ and his name is Craig Jones.
Australian submission savant, Craig Jones was pitted against his former foe, Keenan Cornelius in the main event of Polaris 8 on Sunday night and the result was surprising. Cornelius had previously defeated Jones on multiple occasions and was widely considered the favourite, but Jones was able to do just enough to earn the victory.
Polaris 8’s victory is just another success to add to the list for Jones who has been a force to be reckoned with since his surprise run at ADCC 2017.
Check out the full Polaris 8 results below:
Main card (UFC Fight Pass, 2 pm ET)
Craig Jones def. Keenan Cornelius via split decision
Vagner Rocha def. Ben Henderson via submission (rear-naked choke)
Mansher Khera def. Lachlan Giles via unanimous decision
Daniel Strauss def. Satoshi Ishii via split decision
Nicky Ryan def. Masakazu Imanari via submission (rear-naked choke)
Santeri Lilius def. Pedro Bessa via unanimous decision
Preliminary card (SportsJoe Facebook, UFC Fight Pass 12 pm ET)
Tom Halpin def. Brett Johns via submission (heel hook)
Bryn Jenkins def. Harry McKnight via submission (rear-naked choke)
Ed Ingamells def. Jamie Hughes via submission (heel hook)
Paul Redmond def. Craig Ewers via unanimous decision
Frederic Vosgrone def. Lew Long via unanimous decision
Matty Holmes def. Kieran Davern via split decision
Jay Butler def. Ben Robson via decision
Ash Amos def. Shane Price via submission (arm triangle)
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