On Friday, March. 21, Legacy Fighting Championship visited the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Tulsa, Okla., for its 29th event. The main card aired live on AXS TV.

The card was expected to be headlined by a featherweight title fight between former WEC and UFC veteran Leonard Garcia and Shane Howell. “Bad Boy” captured the Legacy belt in December with a first-round knockout of Kevin Aguilar. However, Howell fell ill on the day of the event and was not cleared to compete by doctors.

As such, the night’s scheduled co-main event moved into the top-billing, as former Strikeforce and UFC combatant Paul Buentello took on Myron Dennis for the promotion’s vacant light heavyweight strap. At 40 years of age, Buentello has reinvented himself at 205 pounds. The former heavyweight bested fellow big-show veteran James McSweeney in his last outing to stretch his winning streak to four. Dennis, an Oklahoma product, made his promotional debut riding the momentum of seven finishes in his nine wins.

The 10-fight event kicked off with five, un-aired preliminary card bouts. The night’s five-fight main card aired live on AXS TV beginning at 10 p.m. ET.

For the full results of the event, click here.

Above are video highlights of the event (courtesy of AXS TV)

Legacy FC 29 Fight Card
Myron Dennis vs. Paul Buentello – for vacant light heavyweight title
Jonathan Brookins vs. Cody Fuller
Chris Pecero vs. Thomas Longacre
Andrew Todhunter vs. Art Parker
Jerod Spoon vs. Daniel Hauenstein
Zach Church vs. Johnny Koepp
Jarrett Rouse vs. Larry Garcia
Daryl Wilson vs. Josh Anderson (a)
Blake Nichols vs. Josh Parrish (a)
C.J. Harris vs. Aaron McKenzie (a)

(a) – denotes amateur contest