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Jessica Aguilar vs Megumi Fujii (Bellator FC 69)

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Outcome Odds Total Bets Total Staked
Jessica Aguilar 227/100 (2.27) 3 81500 WIN!
Draw 50/1 (50.00) 0 0  
Megumi Fujii 5/12 F (0.42) 5 605589  

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Bellator FC 69: Jessica Aguilar vs Megumi Fujii

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Round 1: The two hesitantly touch gloves to start. They bounce around a bit and test range. Fujii lands a light left straight through the defense of Aguilar. Fujii snaps a front kick to the body, lightly though. A light leg kick from Fujii leads to a nice cracking right hook from Jag. Fujii gets her game face on and shoots a nice double. Jag tries to stand or fight it off, but she's down. Jag is on one knee and trying to stand. Fujii is controlling, but not successful in preventing the stand-up. They work from the clinch. Fujii fires light knees and Jag fires several back as she spins the clinch. Fujii tries a trip to no avail and the two separate. More range testing from both. Jag tries a right straight and Fujii a jab, but both miss. Head kick for Fujii misses, as does a front kick and another kick. A caught kick by Jag and Fujii uses it to drop her with a left straight. Jag recovers and Fujii shoots a double. Jag fends it off and the two return to range testing. Fujii getting tagged each time she tries a snapping front kick to the body. Jag catches a high left kick and tosses Fujii down. Fujii scrambles and Jag gets a front headlock. A knee to the body and Jag spins around back. Fujii works an armbar and it looks decent. Jag stacks her up and has her other hand preventing the extension of the arm. Fujii rolls jag and nearly gets it! Great defense from Jag! Now Mega Megu has a weird position and is thinking. Jag gets the heck out of there and they stand, only for the round to end. 10-9 Fujii for the more significant offense.

Round 2: A scratch is visible on Fujii's nose during the round interval. They circle briefly and Fujii paws out jabs. Slow, snapping front kicks by Fujii miss, but they weren't designed to land. Jag misses with a pawing jab. Fujii throwing out several front kicks and jabs. They trade straights and Fujii drops for a TD. Jag circles out and they go back to standing. Jag circling left and Fujii following while trading strikes now and then. Fujii being more aggressive, but taking harder rights than she's landing. A high kick is blocked by Jag. A right straight lands for Jag. Fujii tries another left high kick followed by a lunging left straight. The latter lands and Fujii is feeling good, for she fires more punches off and lands. Jag comes back and lands a couple punches of her own. Fujii tries a body punch, but misses. A left straight lands for Fujii. Jag landing jabs as Fujii tries to wade in, but takes a punch in return. Jag looking to counter now. Fujii getting nowhere with the kicks and taking punches in return. Fujii trying to work some punches, but doesn't land more than two or three out of seven or eight. Fujii trying more punches in bunches and a couple are landing, and Jag lands a couple herself too. Fujii generating more offense still. A flying knee attempt from Jag goes nowhere. Fujii sparked into action and starts landing better, although her kicks are blocked. Fujii gets the better of the late round flurry, despite most of the two fighters missing for the greater part of it. 10-9, Fujii for landing more. Could see this round going either way though.

Round 3: Coach da Matta talking urgently to Jag during the round break. The fighters circle and a head front kick attempt causes a slip for Fujii, but nothing happens on either end. Fujii trying to come in with rear hand straights, but misses. Jag misses with some jabs and looks to be trying to counter again and again. A series of jabs miss for Jag. Fujii lands a rear straight and tries a left head kick. They trade lefts. Jag firing out "keep-away" jaabs. Fujii tries more kicks, but takes a punch inr eturn. Fujii gets a body kick, but takes a body punch. Jag with an inside leg kick. Fujii shoots a nice single and Jag sprawls in defense. They are whizzered up and working to get an advantage. Fujii wins the whizzer battle and puts Jag down. Fujii in the top half guard and looking to pass. Jag trying to keep Fujii down and her arms controlled. Fujii postures up and punches down with verocity. Standing in full guard and trying to do damage with elbows and short punches as Jag gets closed guard. Jag breaks down Fujii's posture and controls the head. Fujii staying active, as Jag gets a high guard. A knee to the butt and another for Fujii. An armbar attempt by Jag looks likely and it fails. Fujii gets out and in the scramble gets top position again in the guard. Jag firing short elbows to the head while Fujii punches away. Jag with the high guard once more, tries an armbar, Fujii postures up and goes nuts with punches as Jag works short hammerfists. Fujii doing more damage, but looks tired. To the half guard for Fujii as Jag stays flat on her back. Fujii looking to work a pass, but gets pushed back to closed guard. Fujii stands and fires away lefts as Jag controls. 10-9 Fujii and 30-27 on this unofficial card, although 29-28 would also be OK with me.

Official Decision: Jessica Aguilar, Unanimous Decision

Notes: Aguilar has a somber-looking walkout with her coach, Marcos da Matta walking behind her, as well as a pair of women who look like a teammate and a family member. Mega Megu looks serious as heck too and gives fist bumps to her corners before getting the referee's check-up. Slick promo package for both fighters depicts Zoila Gurgel as the bad girl who stole wins from both. Hah. I do not agree with the official decision at all. That's a clear Fujii card for me, with at least two rounds going her way (R1 and R3) with R2 being debatable.

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