Bellator 108 Quick Results

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Main Card:

  • Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson def. Joey Beltran via KO (Punches) – Round 1, 4:59
  • Vitaly Minakov def. Alexander Volkov via TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 2:57 – Heavyweight Title Fights
  • Marcos Galvao def. Tom McKeena via TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 4:29
  • Patricio Freire def. Justin Wilcox via TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 2:23 – Featherweight Tourney Final

Preliminary Card:

  • Sam Oropeza def. Chip Moraza-Pollard via TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 0:37
  • Tom DeBlass def. Jason Lambert KO (Punch) – Round 1, 1:45
  • Nah-Shon Burrell def. Jesus Martinez via Unanimous Decision
  • Anthony Morrison def. Kenny Foster via Majority Decision
  • Liam McGeary def. Mojtaba Najim Wali via Armbar – Round 1, 1:31
  • Will Martinez def. Kevin Roddy via Rear Naked Choke – Round 1, 3:50
  • Dan Matala def. Ryan Cafaro via TKO (Punches) – Round 2, 3:52
  • Robert Sullivan def. Sergio da Silva via Unanimous Decision
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Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson vs Joey Beltran Headlines Bellator 108

Quinton Rampage Jackson

Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson

  • 32-11 MMA / Bellator Debut
  • 3 Fight Losing Streak
  • Notable Wins: Chuck Liddell (x2), Dan Henderson, Wanderlei Silva

Joey Beltran

Joey Beltran

  • 14-9 MMA / 1-0 Bellator Record
  • 2 Fight Losing Streak
  • Notable Wins: Rolles Gracie, Tim Hague, Aaron Rosa

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Bellator 108

November 15th, 2013

Atlantic City, New Jersey

Ovation Hall at Revel Atlantic City

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Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson was clearly not been happy during his last few years with the UFC, and it showed in his performances in the cage, losing his last three fights with the promotion. In September of 2011, Jackson earned a chance to regain his world title against Jon Jones at UFC 135, but was submitted by the champ in the fourth round. He then had back-to-back uninspiring performances against Ryan Bader and Glover Teixeira, losing decisions to both to end his contract with the UFC.

It didn’t take long for Joey Beltran to find a new fighting home following his release from the UFC after his split decision loss to Fabio Maldonado at UFC Fight Night 29. He put together a 3-6 record during his four year run with the UFC, including victories over Rolles Gracie, Tim Hague, and Aaron Rosa. Beltran competed under the Bellator banner in May of 2009, earning a TKO win over Sherman Pendergast in the promotions fifth show.

UFC Fight Night 29 Quick Results

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Main Card:

  • Jake Shields def. Demian Maia via Split Decision
  • Dong Hyun Kim def. Erick Silva via KO (Punch) – Round 2, 3:01
  • Thiago Silva def. Matt Hamill via Unanimous Decision
  • Fabio Maldonado def. Joey Beltran via Split Decision
  • Rousimar Palhares def. Mike Pierce via Ankle Lock – Round 1, 0:33
  • Raphael Assuncao def. TJ Dillashaw via Split Decision

Preliminary Card:

  • Igor Araujo def. Ildemar Alcantara via Unanimous Decision
  • Yan Cabral def. David Mitchell via Unanimous Decision
  • Chris Cariaso def. Iliarde Santos via TKO (Punches) – Round 2, 4:31
  • Alan Patrick def. Garett Whiteley via TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 3:54

TJ Dillashaw vs Raphael Assuncao, Joey Beltran vs Fabio Maldonado Targeted for UFC Fight Night 29

TJ Dillashaw

TJ Dillashaw

  • 8-1 MMA / 4-1 UFC Record
  • 4 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Hugo Viana, Vaughn Lee, Issei Tamura

Raphael Assuncao

Raphael Assuncao

  • 20-4-0 MMA / 4-1 UFC Record
  • 4 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Yves Jabouin, Mike Easton, Johnny Eduardo

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Joey Beltran

 

Joey Beltran

  • 14-8 MMA / 3-5 UFC Record
  • Lost 3 of Last 4 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Rolles Gracie, Tim Hague, Aaron Rosa

Fabio Maldonado

 

Fabio Maldonado

  • 19-6 MMA / 2-3 UFC Record
  • Lost 3 of Last 4 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Maiquel Falcao (x2), James McSweeney, Roger Hollett

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UFC FIght Night 29

October 9th, 2013

Barueri, Brazil

Ginasio Poliesportivo Jose Correa

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TJ Dillashaw took another step forward towards adding his name among the elite fighters atop the UFC bantamweight division with an impressive first round knockout victory over Hugo Viana at UFC on FOX 7. He’s now won four straight fights since losing to John Dodson in the Ultimate Fighter 14 bantamweight finale.

Raphael Assuncao has quietly won four consecutive fights in the UFC, dating back to August of 2011. After suffering a first round knockout loss to Erik Koch at UFC 128, Assuncao dropped to the 135-pound division where he’s gone 4-0, including wins over Johnny Eduardo, Mike Easton, and Vaughan Lee.

Joey Beltran looks to compete for the first time in 2013, since testing positive for a banned substance after his decision victory over Igor Pokrajac at UFC on FX 6. He was suspended nine months and the result of the fight was overturned to a no contest. So officially, Beltran has lost three out his last four fights, with his only victory since June of 2011, coming outside the UFC, a unanimous decision win over Anton Talamantes at a C3 Fights event.

Brazilian slugger, Fabio Maldonado likely saved himself from the UFC’s chopping block, earning a unanimous decision over Roger Hollett at UFC on FX 8. The win snapped a three-fight losing streak, including decision losses to Kyle Kingsbury and Igor Pokrajac and a TKO loss to Glover Teixeira.

UFC on FX 6 Quick Results

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Main Card

  • Ross Pearson def. George Sotiropolous via TKO (Punches) – Round 3, 0:41
  • Robert Whittaker def. Brad Scott via Unanimous Decision
  • Norman Parke def. Colin Fletcher via Unanimous Decision
  • Hector Lombard def. Rousimar Palhares via KO (Punches) – Round 1, 3:38

Preliminary Card

  • Chad Mendes def. Yaotzin Meza via KO (Punch) – Round 1, 1:55
  • Joey Beltran def. Igor Pokrajac via Unanimous Decision
  • Mike Pierce def. Seth Baczynski via Unanimous Decision
  • Ben Alloway def. Manny Rodriguez via KO (Kick and Punches) – Round 1, 4:57
  • Mike Wilkinson def. Brendan Loughnane via Unanimous Decision
  • Cody Donovan def. Nick Penner via TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 4:35

Anthony Perosh Out; Joey Beltran vs Igor Pokrajac Set for UFC of FX 6

Joey Beltran

  • 14-8 MMA / 3-5 UFC Record
  • Lost 3 of Last 4 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Rolles Gracie, Tim Hague, Aaron Rosa

 

Igor Pokrajac

  • 25-9 MMA / 4-4 UFC Record
  • Won 3 of Last 4 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Todd Brown, Krzysztof Soszynski, Fabio Maldonado

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UFC on FX 6

December 14th, 2012

Broadbeach, Gold Coast, Australia

Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre

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Joey Beltran has seen better days in his career, losing three out his last four fights. He was released from the UFC following back-to-back losses to Stipe Miocic and Lavar Johnson, but after a unanimous decision victory over Anton Talamantes outside the promotion, he was brought back as a late replacement. Beltran than lost his comeback fight to James Te Huna by unanimous decision at UFC on Fuel TV 4.

Igor Pokrajac had a three-fight win streak snapped at UFC 152 when Vinny Magalhaes submitted him in the second round via armbar. During the streak, Pokrajac earned a controversial unanimous decision win against Fabio Maldonado and knockout wins against Todd Brown and Krzysztof Soszynski.

Anthony Perosh vs Joey Beltran Added to UFC on FX 6

 

Anthony Perosh

  • 13-7 MMA / 3-4 UFC Record
  • Won 3 of Last 4 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Tom Blackledge, Cyrille Diabate, Nick Penner

 

Joey Beltran

  • 14-8 MMA / 3-5 UFC Record
  • Lost 3 of Last 4 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Rolles Gracie, Tim Hague, Aaron Rosa

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UFC on FX 6

December 14th, 2012

Broadbeach, Gold Coast, Australia

Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre

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Anthony Perosh had a career resurgence in 2011, winning three consecutive fights by stoppages in the UFC, including submission wins over Tom Blackledge and Cyrille Diabate. Unfortunately, last time out his winning streak was snapped by Ryan Jimmo who earned an incredible 7-second knockout in the first round.

Joey Beltran has seen better days in his career, losing three out his last four fights. He was released from the UFC following back-to-back losses to Stipe Miocic and Lavar Johnson, but after a unanimous decision victory over Anton Talamantes outside the promotion, he was brought back as a late replacement. Beltran than lost his comeback fight to James Te Huna by unanimous decision at UFC on Fuel TV 4.