2023 PFL 7: Jenkins vs. Pinedo Full Results

Bubba Jenkins and Jesus Pinedo, 2023 PFL 7 Ceremonial Weigh-Ins at the Boeing Center at Tech Port in San Antonio, Texas, Thursday, Aug. 3, 2023. (Cooper Neill / PFL)

The Professional Fighters League kicked off its 2023 post-season on Friday night with PFL 7 in San Antonio, Texas.

The card featured featherweights and light heavyweights in action in the semifinal round, along with a number of showcase bouts.

Topping the event, Bubba Jenkins, a PFL mainstay, was paired up with Jesus Pinedo — who had come in heavy at Thursday’s official weigh-in, throwing a wrench in his playoff plans. On the other side of the bracket, meanwhile, Chris Wade, a longtime rival of Jenkins, was paired up with Brazil’s Gabriel Braga.

In light heavyweight action, Josh Silveira of American Top Team took on Ty Flores in one semifinal, while former UFC middleweight Impa Kasanganay looked to continue his winning ways against Marthin Hamlet. It would certainly be quite the comeback story if Kasanganay made it all the way to the PFL finale.

Full results from PFL 7 can be found below!

PFL 7: Jenkins vs. Pinedo Results

Main card

Featherweight: Jesus Pinedo def. Bubba Jenkins by TKO, Round 2, 2:40 — semifinal bout
Light Heavyweight: Josh Silveira def. Ty Flores by TKO (knees), Round 1, 4:46 — semifinal bout
Featherweight: Gabriel Alves Braga def. Chris Wade by split decision (27-30, 30-27, 29-28) — semifinal bout
Light Heavyweight: Impa Kasanganay def. Marthin Hamlet by KO (strikes), Round 1, 2:24 — semifinal bout
Lightweight: Elvin Espinoza def. Keoni Diggs by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Preliminary card

Welterweight: Thad Jean def. Ali Omar by TKO (punches), Round 1, 1:54
Women’s Flyweight: Lisa Mauldin def. Desiree Yanez by submission (rear-naked choke), Round 1, 3:08
Welterweight: Anthony Ivy def. Carson Hardman by submission (rear-naked choke), Round 1, 2:34
Women’s Flyweight: Chelsea Hackett def. Ky Bennett by submission (rear-naked choke), Round 2, 4:42
Light Heavyweight: Billy Elekana def. Chuck Campbell by split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)