Combate Americas hosted its history-making “Cricket Wireless Presents Combate Americas: Reinas,” the first all-women’s Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) lineup broadcast live on network television, Friday night at the Galen Center in Los Angeles, CA.

In the night’s main event, Melissa “Super Mely” Martinez out-fought Caroline “Taz” Gallardo to come out on top via KO (knee and punches) in the strawweight showdown. The match ended in the 0:50 of the second round.

In another strawweight showdown, Kyra “Mogwai” Batara dominated Francis “Hit Girl” Hernandez in a non-stop brawl that ended when Kyra submitted with an armbar at the 2:55 of the second round.

All the fights aired live on television in the U.S. in Spanish on Univision and UDN and in the U.S. and Canada in English on DAZN.





Caption: Melissa Martinez defeated Caroline Gallardo via KO (knee and punches) 0:50 of R2



Strawweight: Kyra Batara defeated Francis Hernandez via Submission (armbar) 2:55 of R2.

Atomweight (105 lbs): Gloria Bravo won via unanimous decision (30-27,30-27,29-28) against Paulina Granados.

Flyweight (115 lbs): Yasmine Jauregui overpowered Daniela Espinosa via KO (punches) 0:13 of R1.

Lightweight (155 lbs): Erick Gonzalez dominated Won Sik Park via TKO (punches) at 2:25 of R2.

Catch-weight (150 lbs): José Estrada defeated Adrian Guzmán via submision (rear naked choke) at 1:30 of R2

Flyweight (125 lbs): Mikey Reyes outfought Oscar Suarez to win by TKO (punches) at 4:41 of R2

Featherweight: Jesse Strader won via TKO (punches) against Michael Jackson at 4:41 of R2.

Catchweight: (120 lbs.): Sidney Trillo defeated Destiny Vásquez after amazing KO (High-Kick) at 0:28 R2

Bantamweight (135 lbs.) Lucero Acosta overpowered Nancy Nava by way of TKO (punches), 0:51 of R2