When you buy with links on our site, we may earn a commission.

Power Slap Schedule: Dates, Times, Fight Card, and How To Watch Next Power Slap Event

power slap schedule
Credit: Chris Unger/Schiaffo LLC

The next event on the upcoming Power Slap schedule has not yet been announced, but keep this page bookmarked for all the details on Power Slap 8.

Related: What is Power Slap? Everything You Need to Know About the Dana White-Owned League

Next Power Slap Event: Power Slap 8

On the heels of Power Slap 7, which went down on the same weekend as UFC 300, the next event on the promotion’s schedule is likely to go down at some point this summer. We will update the Power Slap schedule when details of the next card are announced.

Until then scroll down to find results from Power Slap 6 and 7.

How to watch Power Slap 8

  • The next Power Slap card will take place inside the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada
  • The event will kick off at 9 PM ET/6 PM PT
  • Power Slap 8 will be broadcast exclusively on Rumble

Power Slap 8 card

  • TBD

Related: What is Slap Fighting? Everything You Need to Know About this Fast Growing Sport

Power Slap 7 results

Below you can find all the results from the most recent events on the Power Slap schedule, Power Slap 6 and 7.

power slap schedule
Chris Unger/Schiaffo LLC

Power Slap 7 card results

  • Ronald Staton defeats Will Woods by unanimous decision (29-25, 29-25, 29-25)
  • Cooper Housley defeats Stevie Ray Payne by KO in Round 2
  • Joe “Slappy Joe” Landman defeats Keali’i “The Chief” Kanekoa by DQ in Round 1 (Illegal Strike)
  • Russel Rivero defeats Cody Belisle by TKO in Round 1
  • Isiah Quinones defeats Ryan Wallace by TKO in Round 3
  • Alan Klingbeil defeats Coltin Cole by DQ (Fouls)
  • Anthony Blackburn defeats Christapher Thomas by KO in Round 2
  • Ayjay Hintz defeats Azael Rodriguez by DQ (Illegal Strike)
  • Eviahn Scott defeats “Da Hawaiian Hitman” by DQ (Fouls)
  • Austin Turpin defeats “Wolverine” by TKO in Round 5
  • Damien Dibbell defeats Ryan Phillips by KO, Round 4

Power Slap 6 results

Power Slap 6 card results

  • Robert Trujillo defeats Dallas Marron by TKO in Round 2
  • Branden Bordeaux and Eddie Brahimir compete to a majority draw (28-28, 28-28, 28-27)
  • Cole Young (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) defeats Zach Zane by Unanimous Decision
  • Duane Crespo (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) defeats Logan Greenhalgh by Unanimous Decision
  • Vern Cathey defeated Delvin Hamlett by KO in Round 2
  • TJ Thomas defeats Garrett Blakesslee due to Doctor’s Stoppage in Round 1
  • Wesley Drain (28-27, 28-27, 28-27) defeats Garrett Grimes by Unanimous Decision
  • Makini Manu defeats Danie van Heerden due to Illegal Strikes in Round 2
  • Ryan Phillips defeats Nate Burnard by TKO in Round 2
  • Brian Ellis defeats Dorian Perez by Disqualification due to Offensive Fouls
  • Sheena Bathory defeats Jackie Cataline by Disqualification due to Clubbing in Round 1
  • Manny Muniz defeats Christapher Thomas by KO in Round 5

How much do power slap tickets cost?

Since Power Slap events take place at the 500-seat UFC Apex, tickets are not cheap. Prices for the most recent event ranged from $500 to $3,000. However, the most expensive ones included a gift signed by CEO Dana White, a post-event stage photo with a belt, access to pre-show catering, front-row seats, and a meet-and-greet.

Can you bet on Power Slap?

Since Power Slap 3 in July 2023, betting has been available on bouts via the OpenBet wagering app.

After earning his journalism degree in 2017, Jason Burgos served as a contributor to several sites, including MMA Sucka... More about Jason Burgos

Mentioned In This Article::

More About: