The biggest event in the history of Oktagon took place on Saturday night with the promotion packing out the Eden Arena for their first open-air football stadium show.

You can always expect to see great production, huge crowds and the European fan favourites in action and Oktagon 58 certainly delivered on all three fronts.

In the main event, Karlos Vemola finally got the revenge he has been calling for over the past five years where he was stopped by Attila Vegh.

Vemola welcomed his former foe back to the cage and defended his light heavyweight title via submission in the second round with an arm triangle choke.

Ion Surdu made a statement in the second round to stop David Kozma in the first round to tee up the final stage of the welterweight title pyramid.

He will now face Amiran Gogoladze for the vacant title following his split decision win over Leandro Silva earlier in the night.

In the Tipsport Gamechanger tournament, Acoidan Duque and Mateusz Legierski advanced with wins over Mochamed Machaev and Akonne Wanliss.

The main card opener saw the long-running feud between Shem Rock and Jaroslav Pokorny finally come to an end with the scouse fighter earning the submission win in enemy territory to improve his winning streak to three. 

Another stand-out performance came from Marek Mazuch who stopped David Zawada in just over a minute in the opening round.

With a four fight main card where only one bout made it out of the first round, it was a night that was defined by first round finishes in front of an awe inspiring crowd.

UK fans can watch all the action back from Oktagon 58 via DAZN.