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Rampage Jackson comes home to Memphis to face King Mo in MMA's biggest grudge match, and the winner earns a shot at Bellator MMA's World Light Heavyweight Championship. The talk ends and the fighting begins May 17 on Pay Per View.
The first two fights were instant classics. Now, Michael Chandler and Eddie Alvarez will settle the greatest trilogy in MMA once and for all. Chandler vs. Alvarez III May 17, Live on Pay Per View.
A well-placed kick to the head was all it took to end the fight for Alexander Volkov, as he sent Mighty Mo packing and secured his own spot in the Heavyweight Tournament Final.
Alexander Volkov got past Mighty Mo with a flawless headkick, Adam McDonough's left hook was enough to stop Nathan Coy, and Brandon Halsey outlasted Joe Pacheco. In the Vladimir Matyushenko's retirement fight, he fell prey to a North South Choke by Joey Beltran, and Blagoi Ivanov's amazing comeback continued as he got the submission win over Lavar Johnson.
Vitaly Minakov outlasted Cheick Kongo to retain the Heavyweight World Championship. Plus Herman Terrado and Justin Baesman battled to a wild draw, Kelly Anundson submitted his former training partner Volkan Oezdemir, and Mikkel Parlo outpointed Johnny Cisneros in a catchweight bout.
Alexander Shlemenko retained the Middleweight World Championship with a second round submission of Brennan Ward. Des Green and Daniel Weichel advanced to the featherweight tournament finals with decision wins, and Brett Cooper came back from early trouble to TKO Kendall Grove and advance to the middleweight finals.
After early pressure from Brennan Ward, Alexander Shlemenko capitalized on a mistake and retained his World Middleweight Championship with a guillotine choke. It's the Bellator 114 Moment.
A beautifully timed knee punches Derek Anderson's ticket into the Bellator lightweight tournament semifinals. Catch the Bellator Moment.
Bellator MMA returned to the Wichita Kansas area to determine the Light Heavyweight World Champion and to get the Lightweight tournament underway. It started with Derek Campos used his speed to outpoint Tim Welch. Marcin Held showed the fans why he’s renowned for his leglocks, getting Rodrigo Cavalhiero with a toehold. Derek Anderson caught Brandon Girts with a knee for a KO finish, and Patricky Pitbull quieted the crowd with a TKO win over hometown boy David Rickels. In the main event, Emanuel Newton controlled the pace over five rounds and walked away with the Light Heavyweight World Championship.