In a highly-anticipated matchup, YouTuber Jake Paul took out Ben Askren in the first round to remain undefeated.
Take a look below at the full highlights!
Main Card (FITE.TV, 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT)
Jake Paul def. Ben Askren via KO (1:59, R1)
Paul started off strong with jabs to the body. Askren decided to fight in the clinch by the ropes. Paul landed an overhand shot and knocked Askren down. The referee started the count and called it off.
Regis Prograis def. Ivan Redkach via technical decision (60-54, 60-54, 59-54)
Prograis would land the jab repeatedly in the first round. He would then land clean shots to the body in the second. Redkach would storm back, however, and would reach with overhand shots. In the third, Prograis would land crisp jabs and a few overhand shots. Prograis would continue to land hard shots as the early rounds continued. Following multiple blows, Prograis would force Redkach to fall to the floor with a shot that was legal, but the latter had people believe that it was below the belt. Redkach left on a stretcher as the fight ended.
Steve Cunningham def. Frank Mir via unanimous decision (60-54, 60-54, 58-56)
Cunningham went high and low while Mir was trying to go for the knockout blow. Both were trying to land clean blows in the second. Cunningham landed a big right towards the end of the round. He would then land jabs while Mir would try and fight within the clinch, as his defense was not all there. Both were able to hammer away at one another as the fight came to a close.
Joe Fournier def. Reykon via TKO (3:00, R2)
Fournier, the experienced fighter, would hit devastating shots to Reykon towards the end of round one. By round two, he has Reykon down to the floor. He hit a few more body shots while Reykon did not land any blows. The corner of Reykon stopped the fight as the round ended before round three started.
Undercard (5 p.m. ET, 2 p.m. PT)
Junior Younan def Jeyson Minda via unanimous decision (78-71, 78-71, 78-71)
Quinton Randall def. William Jackson via unanimous decision (80-70, 80-70, 80-70)
Ben Askren v. Jake Paul takes place inside the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia on April 17. The pay-per-view card is headlined by a former MMA fighter in Askren and YouTube celebrity in Paul. Keep up with Fightful for all your fight night coverage.