Bellator 105 Quick Results

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Main Card:

  • Will Brooks def. Saad Awad via Unanimous Decision
  • Alexander Sarnavskiy def. Ricardo Tirloni via Triangle Choke – Round 1, 1:08 
  • Siala-Mou Siliga def. Ron Sparks via Key Lock – Round 1, 2:52
  • Eugene Fadiora def. Andreas Spang via TKO (Strikes) – Round 2, 4:19

Preliminary Card:

  • Jesse Brock def. Adrian Cruz via Unanimous Decision 
  • Desmond Green def. Angelo Sanchez via TKO (Doctor Stoppage) – Round 2, 1:04
  • Raphael Butler def. Joseph Bryant via TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 1:04
  • Volkan Oezdemir def. Josh Lanier via TKO (Strikes) – Round 1, 3:13
  • Luis Nogueira def. Frank Baca via Arm-Triangle Choke – Round 1, 4:41
  • Eddie Larrea def. Rocky Ramirez via Heel Hook – Round 2, 1:45
  • Steve Garcia def. Shawn Bunch via TKO (Punches) – Round 3, 3:29
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Andreas Spang vs Justin Torrey, Perry Filkins vs Jeremy Kimball Become New 185-Pound Tourney Fights

Andreas Spang

Andreas Spang

  • 8-3 MMA / 1-2 Bellator Record
  • 2 Fight Losing Streak
  • Notable Wins: Cody Krahn, Willie Parks, Brian Rogers

Justin Torrey

 

Justin Torrey

  • 7-0 MMA / 2-0 Bellator Record
  • 7 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Alexandre Moreno, Matt Makowski

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Perry Filkins

Perry Filkins

  • 7-1 MMA / 1-0 Bellator Record
  • 5 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Louis Taylor, Jonas Billstein

Jeremy Kimball

 

Jeremy Kimball

  • 10-3 MMA / 1-0 Bellator Record
  • 6 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Drew McFedries, Chidi Njokuani, Keith Berry

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Bellator 98

September 7th, 2013

Uncasville, Connecticut

Mohegan Sun Arena

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Andreas Spang was eliminated in the quarterfinals of season eight’s middleweights tournament by Doug Marshall via first round TKO. Spang has now lost two straight fights since upsetting Brian Rogers in April of last year with a second round knockout.

Justin Torrey gets a spot in season nine’s middleweight tournament, despite being out of action since May of 2010. Torrey’s last two fights were under the Bellator banner, earning victories over Matt Makowski and Lance Everson. Six out his seven career victories have come by way of knockout.

Perry Filkins gets entry into a Bellator tournament for the first time, after earning an upset unanimous decision win over Jonas Billstein in November of last year. He’s now won five straight fights in his career, including a first round TKO victory over Louis Taylor at a CZ 40.

Jeremy Kimball rides a six-fight win streak in to this this year’s 185-pound tournament. Notable victories during the streak include a decision win over UFC veteran Drew McFedries, a submission win over highly-touted prospect Chidi Njokuani, and a knockout win over Keith Berry in his Bellator debut.

Brett Cooper vs Andreas Spang, Dan Cramer vs Perry Filkins Middleweight Tourney Bouts Added to Bellator 98

Brett Cooper

 

Brett Cooper

  • 19-8 MMA / 6-3 Bellator Record
  • Won 6 of Last 7 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Dan Cramer, Jared Hess, Norman Paraisy

Andreas Spang

 

Andreas Spang

  • 8-3 MMA / 1-2 Bellator Record
  • 2 Fight Losing Streak
  • Notable Wins: Cody Krahn, Willie Parks, Brian Rogers

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Dan Cramer

 

Dan Cramer

  • 10-4 MMA / 7-2 Bellator Record
  • Won 3 of Last 4 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Dennis Olson, Brian Rogers, Josh Samman

Perry Filkins

 

Perry Filkins

  • 7-1 MMA / 1-0 Bellator Record
  • 5 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Louis Taylor, Jonas Billstein

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Bellator 98

September 7th, 2013

Uncasville, Connecticut

Mohegan Sun Arena

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Brett Cooper lost his chance at a word title following a first round knockout loss to Doug Marshall at 95. He had previously been on a five fight win streak, including tournament wins over Norman Paraisy and Dan Cramer.

Andreas Spang was eliminated in the quarterfinals of season eight’s middleweights tournament by Doug Marshall via first round TKO. Spang has now lost two straight fights since upsetting Brian Rogers in April of last year with a second round knockout.

Dan Cramer was eliminated in last season’s tournament in the semifinals by Brett Cooper, suffering a third round knockout loss in an epic back-and-forth battle between the two. He’s now 7-2 during his time in Bellator, including a tournament victory over Brian Rogers at Bellator 89.

Perry Filkins gets entry into a Bellator tournament for the first time, after earning an upset unanimous decision win over Jonas Billstein in November of last year. He’s now won five straight fights in his career, including a first round TKO victory over Louis Taylor at a CZ 40.

Bellator 89 Quick Results

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Main Card:

  • Eduardo Dantas def. Marcos Galvao via KO (Punches) – Round 2, 3:01
  • Dan Cramer def. Brian Rogers via Unanimous Decision
  • Brett Cooper def. Norman Paraisy via Unanimous Decision
  • Doug Marshall def. Andreas Spang via TKO (Punch) – Round 1, 3:03

Preliminary Card:

  • David Mejia def. Mont McCullens via TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 4:15
  • Aaron Johnson def. Brennan Ward via Armbar – Round 1, 0:15
  • Sultan Aliev def. Mikkel Parlo via Unanimous Decision
  • Joe Pacheco def. Kyle Bolt via TKO (Elbows) – Round 2, 4:02
  • Johnny Buck def. Chris Mierzwiak via Unanimous Decision
  • Mike Maldonado def. Tim Goodwin via Unanimous Decision

Brett Cooper vs Norman Paraisy, Andreas Spang vs Doug Marshall Middleweight Tourney Bouts Set for Bellator 89

Brett Cooper

 

Brett Cooper

  • 17-7 MMA / 4-2 Bellator Record
  • 4 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Valdir Araujo, Jared Hess, Joe Doerksen

Norman Paraisy

 

Norman Paraisy

  • 10-2-1 MMA / 0-2 Bellator Record
  • Won 2 of Last 3 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Paulo Filho, Jack Mason

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Andreas Spang

 

Andreas Spang

  • 8-2 MMA / 1-1 Bellator Record
  • Won 3 of Last 4 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Cody Krahn, Willie Parks, Brian Rogers

Doug Marshall

 

Doug Marshall

  • 15-6 MMA / 1-0 Bellator Record
  • Won 2 of Last 3 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Jamie Jara, Keith Berry, Kala Hose

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Bellator 89

February 14th, 2013

Charlotte, North Carolina

Bojangles Coliseum

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Brett Cooper heads into this year’s middleweight tournament on a hot streak, winning his last four contests inside the cage. He’s won his last three for Bellator, including key wins over Valdir Araujo and Jared Hess.

This will be Norman Paraisy’s third attempt in a Bellator tournament, after being eliminated in the opening round in both season one and season six. In Bellator’s inaugural middleweight tournament, Paraisy was submitted in the third round by former UFC champion, Dave Menne. More recently, Maiquel Falcao ended his shot at a world title with a unanimous decision in the quarterfinals of season six.

Andreas Spang was a season six semifinalist, with an opening round victory over Brian Rogers via second round knockout. Unfortunately, his run ended there, losing by unanimous decision to Maiquel Falcao in the following round.

Doug Marshall earned a spot in this year’s tournament with a 22-second knockout of Kale Hose in his Bellator debut last November. The win was his second in three fights, also including a 21-second knockout of Richard Blake at a Twilight Fight Night in September of 2011.