LFA 158 event featured a bout for the vacant lightweight championship in the main event as it aired from Gila River Resorts & Casinos in Chandler, AZ, on May 19, 2023.
Jean-Paul Lebosnoyani and JaCobi Jones, two homegrown LFA fighers, compete to become the new LFA Lightweight Champion in the headliner. Lebosnoyani had 4 bouts and 4 wins under the LFA banner. He returned to action for the first time since LFA 137 in July last year.
JaCobi also returned to action for the first time this year. He was last seen beating Christian Turner via submission last year in October at LFA 144. He has an overall record of 5-1 with the lone loss so far coming against Austin Wourms at LFA 124.
The main card of LFA 158 aired on UFC Fight Pass from 10 PM ET. The prelims were not aired but had 7 bouts booked for the show. All the results from LFA 158 were available here though and with complete fight card and more details from the event.
- Leon Mackey Jr. def. Chris Putton via KO at 0:16 of round 2 – Heavyweight Bout
- Ezra Elliott def. DeShawn White via submission at 1:20 of round 1- Bantamweight Bout
- Grace DiFrancesco def. Maia Schmidt via TKO – Women’s Strawweight Bout
- Anthony Cruz def. Adrian Muñoz via TKO at 2:20 of round 2 – Bantamweight Bout
- Paul Marghitas def. Kyetin Lindquist via TKO at 0:14 of round 1- Featherweight Bout
- Tyler Jones def. Alex Martinez via KO 1:43 of round 1 – Lightweight Bout (Watch Video)
- Chance Ikei def. Joe Stafford via unanimous decision(30-27, 30-27, 30-27) – Flyweight Bout
- Eric McConico def. Kevem Felipe via unanimous decision (29-27, 30-27, 30-27) – Catchweight (190 lbs) Bout
- Ivan Tena def. Riley Wiseman via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) – Featherweight Bout
- Cedric Katambwa vs Austin Wourms No Contest (Accidental Groin Kick) at 0:53 of round 1 – Lightweight Bout
- Braden Pagaoa def. Humberto Duarte via KO at 0:47 of round 2 – Flyweight Bout
- Co-Main Event: An Tuan Ho def. Edwin De Los Santos via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) – Flyweight Bout
- Main Event: Jacobi Jones def. Jean-Paul Lebosnoyani via TKO at 2:18 of round 2 – Lightweight Championship Bout