Phil Baroni and Karo Parisyan recently clashed in a welterweight bout, at Bellator 122, that instantly brought me back to the infancy of my MMA mega fandom. In 2003, Baroni took the UFC by storm with his “New York Bad Ass” persona and brutal knockout power, and Parisyan made his UFC debut with an impressive display of Judo that shook the welterweight division. I was surprised...
Rodney Wilson def Carlos Eduardo 205lbs via decision rd 3 5:00 29-28,30-27,30-27 Philipe Lins def Travis Cark 205lbs via rear naked choke submission 40 seconds into rd #1 Ron Kesler vs Karo Parisyan 170lbs Joe Taimanglo vs Rob Emerson 135lbs Joe Pacheco vs Brandon Halsey 185lbs Ricky Rainey def Andy Murad 170lbs via tko 1:11 […]
BoneSnapper.com will report from Revel in Atlantic City, N.J., at approximately 7:30 p.m. ET/4:30 p.m. PT with play-by-play and live results of Bellator 95. The event is headlined by a featherweight title fight as champion Pat Curran defends his title against Shabulat Shamhalaev. Anton Talamantes vs. Liam McGeary Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Kevin [...]
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