Polaris 6 happened on Saturday 17th Centre in front of a near sold-out Indigo at the O2 in London.
It was a night of first class grappling action, showing why Polaris Pro is the leading professional jiu jitsu format in the world.
Broadcast live on UFC Fight Pass (with the prelims streaming for free on Facebook), the show saw the crowning of a new Middleweight World Champion in Craig Jones. At Polaris 6, the two finalists in our Ladies Under 55kg category were also set, meaning Ffion Davies will meet Gezary Matuda having both submitted their opponents.
And in a wild superfight, Benson Henderson staked his claim as one of the most dynamic grapplers on the planet in an exciting back and forth with AJ Agazarm.
On the undercard, rising UK and European stars made their names known, with Tommy Langaker, Oliver Lovell, Ross Nicholls and Sean McDonagh scoring impressive submissions.
Full results below, photos by Joshua Halvatzis
Emilia Tuukkanen def. Leoni Munslow via judges’ decision
Sean McDonagh def. Jay Butler via toe hold submission
Bradley Hill def. Santeri Lilius by judges’ decision
Tommy Langaker def. Charlie McDonald by collar choke
Olivel Lovell def. Thiago Valente by forearm choke (both late replacements)
Ross Nicholls def. Tommi Pulkkanen by heel hook
Ffion Davies def. Chelsea Leah by armbar – 55kg finalist
Marco Canha def. Ash Grimshaw by judges’ decision
Marcin Held def. Chris Fishgold by armbar
Gezary Matuda def. Serena Gabrielli by straight footlock – 55kg finalist
Benson Henderson def. AJ Agazarm by judges’ decision
Craig Jones def. Jake Shields by inside heel hook – Polaris Middleweight Champion