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Bellator FC Bellator MMA (Bellator) is the 2nd largest mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion in the USA and the largest tournament-based MMA organization in the world. Headquartered in Newport Beach, California, the company was formed in 2008 by Chairman and CEO Bjorn Rebney. Bellator’s events are primarily structured around tournaments. The tournament winner is declared the number one contender in their respective weight class, and is awarded a check for $100,000 and a shot at the reigning Bellator champion. Bellator uses the motto “The Toughest Tournament In Sports” Bellator FC now airs on Spike TV Thursday nights!

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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-21-2014, 08:01 PM Thread Starter
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Bellator 110 Pick the Card


Bellator FC 110 takes place in 7 days Friday February 28th at 7:00 PM Eastern. Features fights from the LHW and FW tourneys. If anyone wants to play in this contest and pick the winners for this card... just send me a pm (or just post here if that's your thing) with your choices for all the fights before the event starts (the only thing you have to pick are the winners). If they add anymore fights to the card try to send picks for the new ones. Whoever gets the most right will receive 5,000,000 credits, and if you get 11 out of 11 it will be doubled.

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Christian M’Pumbu (199.75) vs. Quinton Jackson (206)
Muhammed Lawal (205) vs. Mikhail Zayats (205)
Matt Bessette (145.25) vs. Diego Nunes (144.25)
Will Martinez (144.75) vs. Goiti Yamauchi (145.25)
Desmond Green (145.75) vs. Mike Richman (144.75)
Scott Cleve (145) vs. Daniel Weichel (145.25)
Saul Almeida (146.25) vs. Andrew Fisher (145)
Andrew Calandrelli (156) vs. Ryan Quinn (155.5)
Josh Diekmann (246) vs. Manny Lara (259.5)
Rico DiSciullo (135.5) vs. Marvin Maldonado (134.25)
Atanas Djambazov (204.25) vs. Egidijus Valavicius (204)


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I'm in to start the season.

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Bellator 110 pick results for...

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Quinton Jackson
Muhammed Lawal
Diego Nunes
Mike Richman
Daniel Weichel
Goiti Yamauchi
Atanas Djambazov
Andrew Fisher
Ryan Quinn
Josh Diekmann
Rico DiSciullo
Total right 4 of 11
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Quinton Jackson
Mikhail Zayats
Diego Nunes
Mike Richman
Scott Cleve
Will Martinez
Egidijus Valavicius
Saul Almeida
Andrew Calandrelli
Chris Birchler
Rico DiSciullo
Total right 4 of 11
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Quinton Jackson
Muhammed Lawal
Diego Nunes
Goiti Yamauchi
Mike Richman
Daniel Weichel
Saul Almeida
Ryan Quinn
Josh Diekmann
Rico DiSciullo
Atanas Djambazov
Total right 5 of 11
Here were the fight results...
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Quinton Jackson def. Christian M'Pumbu
light heavyweight tournament semifinal
knockout (punches) - Round 1, 4:34
Muhammed Lawal def. Mikhail Zayats
light heavyweight tournament semifinal
unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) - Round 3
Matt Bessette def. Diego Nunes
featherweight tournament opening round
split decision (28-29, 30-27, 29-28) - Round 3
Desmond Green def. Mike Richman
featherweight tournament opening round
unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) - Round 3
Will Martinez def. Goiti Yamauchi
featherweight tournament opening round
unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) - Round 3
Daniel Weichel def. Scott Cleve
featherweight tournament opening round
submission (rear-naked choke) - Round 1, 3:46
Saul Almeida def. Andrew Fisher
unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) - Round 3
Egidijus Valavicius def. Atanas Djambazov
knockout (knee, punch) - Round 1, 0:48
Ryan Quinn def. Andrew Calandrelli
unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) - Round 3
Josh Diekmann vs. Manny Lara
no-contest (accidental eye poke by Lara) - Round 1, 0:18
Rico DiSciullo vs. Marvin Maldonado
no-contest (unintentional illegal knees by DiSciullo) - Round 1, 1:53
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Quite a few more to go so there's a chance to pull a win.

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Jackson really needs to learn to stay off the fence and let loose a little bit. Both M'Pumbu and Beltran were able to hold him against the cage for longer than they should. I also thought Jackson looked a little physically soft. He didn't look as ripped as he has in the past.
I thought he was too tentative against M'Pumbu, and when he threw leather he had M'Pumbu in all kinds of trouble.

I'm enjoying seeing Jackson going back to knocking people out and I'm having fun watching him again. He was my favorite fighter when I first got into MMA and now I'm remembering why I liked him so much back in the day. Plus, he's actually a sweetheart outside of the cage, one of the nicest, funniest guys I've met.


As far as King Mo goes, I'm done being convinced of his potential to be a top ten guy. I love his wrestling, it's phenomenal to watch but Mo is so mentally weak it's criminal. he should have utilized his wrestling a lot more instead of throw those jabs from his waist. Zayats did a lot better than I thought he would and made those first two rounds extremely close. You could tell those leg kicks really bothered Mo.
I'm not sure who will win with regards to Jackson vs. Mo but I'm leaning towards Jackson. If Mo actually comes in with a gameplan and sticks to Jackson like glue and keeps his hands up, he can win. However, expecting Mo to stick to a gameplan is folly and it isn't like his chin is cast iron.
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It is kind of sad how things have changed in the past five years. Even on a website populated almost exclusively by hardcore mma fans, no one give a shit about Rampage's fights.
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Mainly because right now he's fighting cans. Beltran isn't anything special and neither is M-Pumb. King Mo Lawal though is a different story and so is the winner of the Newton vs. Vegh fight. I could see Rampage being ranked in the top 10 should he become champion though.

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Jackson beat up a MW...lets not kid ourselves. He weighed in at 199lbs, and probably didn't gain much going into fight night as you don't cut down an extra 6lbs when cutting weight, you most likely walk around at that weight. Jackson needed a second attempt to make 206 and most likely weighed in near 220lbs come fight night...probably more.

Jackson is protected by Bellator and I can't say you can blame them. They gave him a guy who'd bang in Beltran and Jackson finished him, then give him an overweight MW fighter...and all of a sudden you're tournament finalist???

Bellator have cheapened their LHW division by giving Rampage a spot on their roster! But it's good business sense.
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I really enjoyed the lithuanian knockout

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Holy crap that altercation between Rampage and Mo at the end was bad. It was so painfully obvious that it was scripted.


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