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Bellator Season Six By The Numbers

by Michael Roberts   June 08, 2012 at 4:00PM  |  Views: 2,021
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School may be out for summer, but that's no excuse to not bust out some statistics. Don't worry, math gets a lot more entertaining when its focus is knockouts and submissions. Season Six of Bellator Fighting Championships provided us with plenty of jaw dropping highlights, thrilling fights and several breakout stars. Here's a by the numbers look at the tournament and title fights of the season.

33: Tournament fights in season six

84: Rounds started in the tournament

3: Tournament champions crowned – Daniel Straus, Maiquel Falcao and Rick Hawn

300,000: Dollars awarded to the three tournament champions

2: Tournament finals remaining – Bryan Baker/Karl Amoussou and Luis Nogueira/Marcos Galvao will fight this summer in the welterweight and bantamweight finals, respectively

6: Knockouts in the tournament

5: Submissions in the tournament

22: Seconds David Rickels needed to knockout Jordan Smith, the fastest knockout of the season

125: Seconds it took Karl Amoussou to secure the fastest submission of the tournament

23,623: Seconds of fighting in the tournament

4: Title fights in the season

1: Title fight that entered championship rounds

2: New champions crowned – Pat Curran and Eduardo Dantas

THE DAILY FOUR