The action was hot and heavy Friday night at Victory FC 48: Jackson vs. Moreno, as a new welterweight champion was crowned.

Jason Jackson ended the headline bout and night in a hurry, storming after Victor Moreno and winning the belt inside of two minutes of the first round.

Jackson connected and planted Moreno, finishing him with strikes in 1:55.

Jordan Young was able to do just enough on the scorecards to claim a decision over Cameron Olson. All three judges saw it 29-28 in favor of Young.

Anthony Baccam and Kamuela Kirk were the first fighters to reach the scorecards, with Baccam earning the majority decision. One judge called it a draw, while the other two gave it to Baccam 29-28.

Chris Dunn, Jeremiah Deever, Nate Endres and Rakim Cleveland got the crowd on their feet from the start, as all four fighters picked up finishes.

Dunn opened the night with a second round TKO vs. Justin Morrison, while Deever and Endres followed up with submissions of Mike Estus and Bryce McKeever.

Cleveland proceeded to end his fight with Jaquis Williams with strikes in the second round.

The event took place inside the Buccaneer Arena in Urbandale, Iowa. The entire card streamed live on UFC Fight Pass.

Complete results can be found below:


Jason Jackson def. Victor Moreno via TKO (strikes) at 1:55 of Round 1 to become the Victory FC welterweight champion

Jordan Young def. Cameron Olson via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Anthony Baccam def. Kamuela Kirk via majority decision (28-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Rakim Cleveland def. Jaquis Williams via TKO (strikes) at 4:32 of Round 2

Nate Endres def. Bryce McKeever via submission (guillotine choke) at 3:03 of Round 3

Jeremiah Deever def. Mike Estus via submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:45 of Round 1

Chris Dunn def. Justin Morrison via TKO (strikes) at 1:51 of Round 2

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