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Bellator 255 results: Patricio Pitbull consolidates his status as the best Bellator
Patricio “Pitbull” Freire continued to rule two divisions when the Bellator 255 results came in on Friday night. It was the debut event of combat promotion on the Showtime network. Bellator 255 Results: Patricio Pitbull Chokes Emmanuel Sanchez In a featherweight title rematch, Bellator featherweight and lightweight champion Patricio “Pitbull” Freire did a quick job of No. Emmanuel Sanchez, a two-tier featherweight competitor. He finished the bout with a guillotine in the first round of the Bellator 255 Main Event and the Featherweight Grand Prix semi-finals. Pitbull dropped Sanchez with a picture-perfect left hook followed by a right nudge on Sanchez’s shoulder that sped his journey onto the canvas. Freire then sank into a guillotine to put Sanchez to sleep at 4:32 on the first round. With the victory of Freire’s main event, the Bellator double champion advances to the final of the Bellator Grand Prix in featherweight. Pitbull will face the unbeaten number 1. 1 featherweight contender A.J. McKee for the Bellator Featherweight Championship and a $ 1 million prize. Patricio Pitbull and AJ McKee meet at Bellator 255 Bellator 255 Results: Jason Jackson Decisions Neiman Gracie No. 6 Welterweight Jason Jackson won the Bellator 255 Co-Main Event over No. 3 ranked Neiman Gracie. Jackson’s win gives the Sanford MMA product a winning streak in four fights. The fight was pretty bizarre overall. Jackson had ultimate control over Gracie when his eye pulled against the cage. However, Jackson overcame the odds and ended the fight. The decision was also seen as a scratch for many, particularly the Bellator color commentator and renowned former MMA referee Big John McCarthy, who believed Gracie won the fight. The match statistics provide logic for McCarthy’s reasoning when Gracie Jackson’s strikes doubled (73-36) and maintained ground control at 4:35 for an additional 26 seconds. Bellator 255 results: Tyrell Fortune rolls Jack May of TKO Tyrell Fortune on in the first round. The heavyweight scrap was actually a rematch between Fortune and May after a no contest following a low blow in their first fight that happened last September. Fortune needed relatively little time to bring May to the ground. The no. 6 heavyweights used the ground and pounds, along with noticeable strength in his hands, to get the TKO into the first lap at 3:16 a.m. Bellator 255 results: Usman Nurmagomedov beats Mike Hamel to make unanimous decision Usman Nurmagomedov added another win to his unbeaten record, with a unanimous decision victory over Mike Hamel in an easy contest. Unlike his cousin Khabib, Nurmagomedov stayed on his feet throughout the fight and decisively outperformed Hamel despite the MMA Lab product’s valiant efforts. With his first win under the Bellator banner, Nurmagomedov extended his unbeaten streak to an impressive 12-0. Watch the full replay of the Bellator 255 event. Bellator 255 results main card Patricio Pitbull (c) def. Emmanuel Sanchez on template in the first round (guillotine choke) Jason Jackson def. Neiman Gracie by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) Tyrell Fortune def. Jack May def. On the first round TKO (strikes) Usman Nurmagomedov. Mike Hamel on unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27) Kana Watanabe def. Alejandra Lara on separate decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28) Provisional card Magomed Magomedov def. Cee Jay Hamilton on filing in the second round (back bare choke) Almond Nallo def. Ricardo Seixas defeated Khalid Murtazaliev via knockout in the first round (blow). Fabio Aguiar on unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27) Chris Gonzalez def. Roger Huerta on filing in the third round (tap strikes) Jose Augusto def. Jonathan Wilson on presentation in the first round (head and arm throttle) Roman Faraldo def. Trevor Gudde on TKO in the first round (punches) Jordan Newman def. Branko Busick on second-round TKO (elbow)
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