FURY Pro Grappling 6 results: Gillian Robertson taps ex-UFC champ Rose Namajunas in 65 seconds

The star-studded FURY Pro Grappling 6 event takes place Friday at 2300 Arena in Philadelphia with a number of UFC notables set to compete on the submission-only card.

The main event features former UFC women’s strawweight champion Rose Namajunas, who takes on fellow UFC standout Gillian Robertson in a 10-minute one-round grappling bout.

In addition, Clay Guida meets Chase Hooper; Joseph Pyfer takes on Eryk Anders; Andre Petroski grapples Ovince Saint-Preux; and much more.

Below, check out results and highlights from the event, which will update throughout.

FURY Pro Grappling 6 live results

  • Gillian Robertson def. Rose Namajunas via submission (rear-naked choke) – 1:05

  • Chase Hooper def. Clay Guida via submission (calf slicer) – 3:55

  • Joseph Pyfer def. Eryk Anders via decision

  • Andre Petroski def. Ovince Saint-Preux via decision

  • Pat Sabatini def. Alex Caceres via submission (rear-naked choke) – 5:44

  • Mike Malott def. Trevin Giles via decision

  • Nick Galanti def. Philip Rowe via decision

  • Richie Lewis def. Andrew Kochel via decision

  • Christos Giagos def. Zulkarnaiyn Kamchybekov via decision

  • Jon Pellot def. Pat Barry via decision

  • Elijah Ezucar def. Denis Gunic via submission (heel hook) – 0:30

  • Molli Zborowski def. Jonna Wood via decision

  • Charlie Livingston def. Kevin Stilo via decision

Jon Pellot def. Pat Barry

Jon Pellot vs. Pat Barry

[autotag]Pat Barry[/autotag] has been out of action for years and years, but made a return Friday in a heavyweight matchup against Jon Pellott. Cornered by his wife, former UFC women’s strawweight champion Rose Namajunas, who fights in the main event, Barry couldn’t get anything going against the top-heavy Pellot, who had things on cruise control for the final half of the six-minute matchup. Neither man got too close to a submission, but Pellot got the decision win in the end.

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Christos Giagos def. Zulkarnaiyn Kamchybekov

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Richie Lewis def. Andrew Kochel

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Richie Lewis' callout of Eddy Torres

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Richie Lewis interview in broadcast booth

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Pat Sabatini def. Alex Caceres

Pat Sabatini vs. Alex Caceres

UFC featherweight [autotag]Pat Sabatini[/autotag], a former CFFC champion, controlled a top-15 UFC featherweight in Alex Caceres, then quickly got his arm under the chin for a rear-naked choke win at the 5:44 mark of their 8-minute fight.

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Andre Petroski def. Ovince Saint-Preux

UFC middleweight Andre Petroski did consistent work against fellow UFC standout Ovince Saint-Preux. He seemed to be on cruise control until a late Saint-Preux attack that might have been more dangerous if there was more time left.

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Joseph Pyfer def. Eryk Anders

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Chase Hooper def. Clay Guida

Chase Hooper vs. Clay Guida

UFC lightweight [autotag]Chase Hooper[/autotag], roughly half the age of UFC Hall of Famer Clay Guida, had a competitive opening. But when he went to the canvas, even though twisting leg locks were not allowed in the event, Hooper found a way to get Guida’s leg and used a rare calf slicer to finish things off.

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Gillian Robertson def. Rose Namajunas

Rose Namajunas vs. Gillian Robertson

UFC women’s strawweight [autotag]Gillian Robertson[/autotag] took former UFC champion Rose Namajunas to the canvas less than 30 seconds into the match. Robertson took her back and quickly got in position for the rear-naked choke. Robertson’s left arm was over the chin, but when she switched her grip, she was able to squeeze harder and forced Namajunas to tap in just 65 seconds.

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Gillian Robertson post-fight interview

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Story originally appeared on MMA Junkie