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Nathan Coy 100/109 (0.92) 2 7200000 WIN!
Paul Bradley 100/119 F (0.84) 3 1400054  

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Old 03-13-2014, 12:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Bellator FC 112: Nathan Coy vs Paul Bradley

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Old 03-14-2014, 09:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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ROUND 1
Both welterweights come out swinging, though Coy looks ready to clinch up behind his punches. Bradley swings him away, resets and charges forward, straight into a straight punch. Bradley is knocked down but pops back up to eat a couple more punches. A kick from Coy grazes the cup of Bradley, who’s quick to recover. The welterweights get back to slugging; this time it’s Coy who hits the deck, though this one is off a slip. From southpaw, Coy bloodies Bradley with a pair of stiff left hands down the middle. Both men are bleeding now, Bradley from his nose and the outside corner of his left eye, and Coy with a smaller one on the outside of his left eye. Down the stretch in the opening round, Coy is still finding success with his left hand. When Bradley catches a kick, it’s Coy slugging away with punches while on one leg.

Round 2
Coy throws punches down the center while rushes Bradley against the fence, changing levels to try a takedown after catching a kick. Bradley defends and circles out, still looking to counter Coy’s punches with straight shots. The problem is that Coy has the length advantage and is able to touch Bradley with punches and then escape before the counters. Bradley ties up briefly in the middle of the cage, can’t find an advantage and releases. He zaps Coy with a wide right hook, eats a jab and a left in return. Coy sends another hard shot down the middle, lands a couple outside leg kicks and gets grazed by a Bradley right.

Bradley stings with a left, so Coy comes back with a right cross, a double jab and a right hook. Left hook scores for Coy as he steps inside and takes a short counter hook. With 30 seconds to go, Coy shoots a single against the fence, lifts Bradley and dumps him to the ground, though Bradley jumps right back up.
ROUND 3
Bradley works from the center of the cage early in the final round, moving with Coy and throwing right-hand counters. Coy hits the ground after one punch, though it seems to be a partial slip as he’s immediately back on his feet. Bradley is throwing big punches with bad intent, and a few right hands slam through, but Coy is still getting the better of the striking with his cleaner jabs and hooks. Coy goes back to the straight left-right hook pairing which has been working throughout the fight. He rocks Bradley’s head with a left uppercut. The welterweights clash heads as they duck inside with 90 seconds to go. Bradley eats a left, rips off a two-piece combo in the pocket. Coy lands another straight left and then goes to the body with a right hook. Thirty-five seconds remaining and Coy hits one final takedown at the base of the fence. Bradley goes for a last-second kimura just before the final bell.
THE OFFICIAL RESULT
Nathan Coy def. Paul Bradley via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) R3 5:00
http://www.bloodyelbow.com/2014/3/14...d-play-by-play
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