On Saturday, Oct. 26, World Series of Fighting hosted its sixth event from the BankUnited Center in Coral Gables, Fla.

In the night’s main event, the promotion crowned its inaugural welterweight champion as hard-charging UFC veteran Josh Burkman took on former Bellator combatant Steve Carl. Burkman stepped into the cage on the heels of a 41-second submission win over former UFC title challenger Jon Fitch. The win marked the fifth straight win for the Pit Elevated fighter. Carl, meanwhile, also entered the fight riding a wave of success. The Army Combatives-trained fighter carried a six-fight winning streak of his own into the title contest, with two straight inside the WSOF cage.

Also on the NBC Sports-broadcast main card, bantamweights Carson Beebe and Marlon Moraes faced off, the aforementioned Fitch looked to get back in the win column against Marcelo Alfaya, and undefeated lightweight Justin Gaethje battled UFC veteran Dan Lauzon.

The night’s preliminary card kicked off at 6 p.m. ET, live on the promotion’s website. The four-fight main card aired live at 9 p.m. ET on the NBC Sports Network.

For a full recap and results of the entire card, click here.

Below is video of the main card bout between Fitch and Alfaya (courtesy of NBC Sports).

World Series of Fighting 6 Fight Card
Josh Burkman vs. Steve Carl – for inaugural welterweight title
Carson Beebe vs. Marlon Moraes
Marcelo Alfaya vs. Jon Fitch
Justin Gaethje vs. Dan Lauzon
Pablo Alfonso vs. Miguel Torres
Luiz Firmino vs. Jacob Volkmann
Francisco France vs. Hans Stringer
Josh Rettinghouse vs. Alexis Vila
Nick LoBosco vs. Fabio Mello
Chad Robichaux vs. Andrew Yates
Alexandre Pimentel vs. Jade Porter

Photo: Jon Fitch (R) throws a right hand (World Series of Fighting)