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Nov 19, 2017

Legion Combat Sports (LCS) 26 streams live on FloCombat Saturday, Nov. 18, at 8 PM ET.


Clay Wimer and Joey Munoz brought the fire atop an electric Legion Combat Sports 26 fight card in Mitchell, Nebraska. Here's what went down. 

Legion Combat Sports (LCS) 26 came live to FloCombat Saturday, Nov. 18 at Scotts Bluff County Fairgrounds in Mitchell, Nebraska.

Kicking off with four straight first-round finishes, LCS 26 set the tone early, and it didn’t disappoint throughout, climaxing with a main event between Clay Wimer and Joey Munoz.

At 6-1 with his only defeat coming against UFC vet Alvin Robinson, Munoz strolled into the fight on a hot streak, finishing his last four contests (three submissions, one knockout) with none going past the second round.

This one would be different. 

The lanky and creative Wimer gave Munoz fits, controlling the pace and frustrating his opponent with a savvy, aggressive ground game. 

While Munoz swung until the final bell and refused to even consider tapping out despite some close calls, Wimer's offense was too much to ignore, and the judges gave him the nod, 49-46, across the board. 

For his performance, Wimer took home the LCS pro lightweight title. 

Full Legion Combat Sports 26 Results

Clay Wimer def. Joey Munoz via unanimous decision (wins LCS lightweight title) 

Andy Carter def. Eduardo Peralta via TKO (injury), Round 2 (wins LCS interim amateur lightweight title) 

Matt Schartz def. Caleb Spence via submission (triangle choke), Round 2 (wins LCS amateur welterweight title) 

Jose Hernandez def. Francisco Beltran via submission (rear-naked choke), Round 3

Anthony Brooks Alvarez def. Louis Zorn via TKO (strikes), Round 2

Helio Villegas def. Jason Fritzler via TKO (punches), Round 1

Harold Jackson def. Josh Norris via submission (guillotine choke), Round 1

Aubbri Olsen def. Marissa Elliot via submission (guillotine choke), Round 1

Josh Koros def. Benjamin Roberts via submission (triangle choke), Round 1