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Probellum Results: Gallon upsets Pearson with Rolling Thunder kick

Probellum Results: Gallon upsets Pearson with Rolling Thunder kick

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Davy Gallon spoiled Ross Pearson’s return to Mixed Martial Arts competition in the main event at Probellum on Saturday night at the Brentwood Centre in Essex.

The Frenchman landed a highlight reel Rolling Thunder kick that sent Pearson crashing to the canvas late in the third round.

TUF 9 winner Ross Pearson came out of retirement after losing to Desmond Green via TKO at UFC on ESPN in March. Ross suffered his third loss in a row and fell to 20-17 (1 NC) in professional MMA competition. Pearson announced his return to the cage after signing a management deal with MTK MMA.

Gallon improved his pro record to 18-7-2 and went viral with his stunning finish.


A bloodied Stelios Theo and Aaron Gray battle in the co-main event – Photo by Benjamin Bowles

Probellum Main Card Highlights 

  • Aaron “50 Shades” Gray made his successful professional debut against Stelios “The Warlord” Theo in the co-main event. The bitter rivals went to war in a bloody three-round fight that ended with Aaron Gray being declared the winner via split decision. Gray opened a nasty cut above Theo’s eye as the lightweights traded blows in the final moments of the final round.
  • GB Top Team’s Weslley “Magic” Maia submitted Bryan Creighton with an arm-triangle choke in the third round of an exciting bout. Maia is now on a two-fight winning streak since losing to Jack Shore at Cage Warriors 97 last year.¬†Hopefully, Maia gets another shot in the Cage Warriors bantamweight division.
  • Matty Byfield improved to 2-0 with another first-round TKO against Matthew Findlay. The Team Renegade representative is looking like a legit prospect in the light heavyweight division.


Weslley Maia lands a flying knee on Bryan Creighton – Photo by Benjamin Bowles

Probellum Main Card Highlights

  • Dyan Evans continues his inspiring comeback journey in amateur MMA competition after surviving his battle with cancer. Evans made quick work of Jake Watkins, who tapped to strikes from a body triangle in the first round.
  • London Shootfighters product Vsai Villmur stopped Kashan Khan in the first round with a brutal onslaught that forced the referee to step in and stop the punishment.


Matt Byfield front kicks Matthew Findlay – Photo by Benjamin Bowles

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