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Prepare as the two big hitters Alistair Overeem and Walt Harris square up for the UFC Fight Night main event Saturday May 16th. This highly anticipated match up comes just months after the main event was unfortunately cancelled due to the tragic disappearance of Walt Harris's stepdaughter.

The originally scheduled bout was set for November 2019 just before reports surfaced that Walt Harris's stepdaughter had unexpectedly disappeared. These unforeseen events have not taken away from the excitement of the bought which will be help in Jacksonville this Saturday night.



ESPN MMA on Instagram: “Early flurry by Walt Harris nearly ended Overeem's night 😳 #UFCFL”

18k Likes, 441 Comments - ESPN MMA (@espnmma) on Instagram: “Early flurry by Walt Harris nearly ended Overeem's night 😳 #UFCFL”

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86.7k Likes, 796 Comments - @ufc on Instagram: “It's fight day... AGAIN! 👏 ➡️ #UFCFL gets started at 6pmET on @ESPN!”

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UFC Fight Night

Main Event

Alistar Overeem vs. Jarzinho Rozenstruik

Overeem Winner by TKO


Claudinha Gadelha on Instagram: “Modern gladiators fighting through this crazy times! Thank you everybody. Love you all!! Gladiadores modernos lutando nesse período louco.…”

Co-Main Event

Gadelha vs. Hill

Gadelha Winner by Split Decision

ESPN MMA’s Instagram post: “Dan Ige borrowed a line from Dana White after calling out the top featherweights 🎤 #UFCFL”

Ige vs. Barboza

Ige Winner by Split Decision

ESPN MMA on Instagram: “Krzysztof Jotko still had A LOT of energy after his #UFCFL win 😆”

15.8k Likes, 488 Comments - ESPN MMA (@espnmma) on Instagram: “Close quarters violence 👏 #UFCFL"


Anders vs. Jotko

Jotko Winner by Unanimous Decision

ESPN MMA on Instagram: “Close quarters violence 👏 #UFCFL”

Yadong vs. Vera

Yadong Winner by Unanimous Decision

ESPN MMA on Instagram: “After a lightning-fast first round, Miguel Baeza lowered the boom in Round 2 ⚡️ #UFCFL”

13.1k Likes, 200 Comments - ESPN MMA (@espnmma) on Instagram: “After a lightning-fast first round, Miguel Baeza lowered the boom in Round 2 ⚡️ #UFCFL"

Brown vs. Baeza

Baeza Winner by KO

ESPN MMA on Instagram: “Blazing fast finish by Kevin Holland 🔥 👀 #UFCFL”

Hernadez vs. Holland

Holland Winner by KO

ESPN MMA on Instagram: “These two are madmen 😳 #UFCFL”

Elkins vs. Landwehr

Landwehr Winner by Unanimous Decision

Irwin "Beast" Rivera on Instagram: “Real fighters fight......period. no regrets last night. My opponent @knockoutcancer was just sharper. I could argue with myself saying i…”

Chikadze vs. Rivera

Chikadze Winner by Unanimous Decision

Cortney Casey on Instagram: “𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐡𝐚𝐫𝐝 𝐩𝐚𝐫𝐭𝐬 𝐝𝐨𝐧𝐞, 𝐧𝐨𝐰 𝐰𝐞 𝐞𝐚𝐭!! #AZ #FloatLikeAButterfly #StingLikeABee #FeedTheFamily”

Casey vs. Romero Borella

Casey Winner by Submission

ESPN MMA on Instagram: “Nascimento bumped elbows with Buffer 💪 #UFCFL”

Nascimento vs. Mayes

Nascimento Winner by Submission

UFC Florida: Overeem vs Harris - Preview

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