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Bellator’s 2012 Summer Series continues , tonight we conclude last season’s welterweight tournament with Bryan Baker battling Karl Amoussou, Paul Daley makes his much anticipated debut against Rudy Bears, Marius Zaromskis and Waachim Spiritwolf put a bow on their trilogy.
Oh, and did I mention the light-heavyweight tournament continues? Emmanuel Newton meets Atilla Vegh and Travis Wiuff scraps with Tim Carpenter.
Welterweight tournament finals bout: Bryan Baker vs. Karl Amoussou
Welterweight bout: Paul Daley vs. Rudy Bears
Light-heavyweight tournament semi-final bout: Emanuel Newton vs. Attila Vegh
Light-heavyweight tournament semi-final bout: Tim Carpenter vs. Travis Wiuff
Welteweight bout: Waachiim Spiritwolf def. Marius Zaromskis by Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 30-27)
178-lbs catchweight bout: Ben Saunders def. Brian Warren by KO (punch) at 0:22 of round one
Welterweight bout: Raul Amaya def. Kenny Moss by TKO (punches) in round two
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Paul Daley (Pictured) made quite the splash in his Bellator Fighting Championships debut. The welterweight slugger quickly disposed of Rudy Bears on Friday night at “Bellator 72” to put his 170-pound peers on alert.
After catching Bears with a couple of punches, Daley unleashed several hard knees while in the clinch. “Semtex” then caught him with a vicious left hook that...
Among Paul Daley's pro circuit roots, Cage Warriors was one of the promotions where the elite welterweight got his start...
Bellator 72 will be in Tampa, Florida at the USF Sun Dome on Jul 20, 2012. There will be an eight-man light-heavyweight tournament in what will be the second of three “Summer Series”, which will be televised on MTV2.
When Paul Daley enterrs the Bellator cage for the first time on Friday, July 20 from the USF Arena in Florida, his friends, family and fans in the United Kingdom can have a front row seat to the action as it was announced today that Bellator 72 will be available on Spike.com to the entire UK viewing audience. As always, the action packed night of fights will air live on MTV2 and...
The Bellator Fighting Championships travels to the USF Sun Dome in Tampa, Florida on July 20th for a stacked Bellator 72.
In the main event of he fight card, Karl “Psycho” Amoussou will battle Bryan “The Beast” Baker in the season six welterweight tournament final. The summer series light heavyweight tournament also continues with both semifinal bouts. In addition, former...
All the fighters slated to participate in tomorrow night’s “Bellator 72” event tipped the scale Thursday inside USF Sun Dome in Tampa, Florida.
Friday’s event features the finals of Bellator’s Welterweight Tournament between Bryan Baker (Pictured) and Karl Amoussou.
Former UFC and Strikeforce fighter Paul Daley will also be making his promotional debut in the show.
The Bellator 72 weigh-ins have been completed from Tampa, Florida in preparation for Bellator’s Friday night event at The USF Sun Dome, which features the Welterweight Tournament Finals between Bryan Baker and Karl Amoussou. Also, the Bellator Summer Series Light Heavyweight Tournament semifinals will take place as Attila Vegh meets Emanuel Newton and Travis Wiuff takes on Tim...
On Friday night Bellator returned to action with Bellator 72 and featured the debut of British striker Paul Daley.
The main event featured the final for the season six welterweight tournament. Karl Amoussou def. Bryan Baker to win a a future shot at champion Ben Askren and $100,000.
Check out all the highlights below.
After enjoying a month-long hiatus, Bellator Fighting Championships comes storming back tonight with “Bellator 72.″ The event takes place inside USF Sun Dome in Tampa, Florida.
Friday’s show features the Season 6 Welterweight Tournament Finals between Karl Amoussou and Bryan Baker.
Speaking of 170-pounders, slugger Paul Daley makes his promotional debut in the event. The Brit...
Bellator Fighting Championships has once again partnered with 5thRound.com to offer a live stream of their event. “Bellator 72” begins live at 6:30PM ET/3:30PM PT.
Sure you can also watch the prelims on Spike.com and the main card on MTV2, but why would you since you’re already here?
Furthermore, only fans with access to an east coast feed can catch the featured fights live...