Bellator 275 went down at the 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland today with a fight for the middleweight title between the Greg Foundation and Belter MMA No. 1, ranked Austin today. There are levels to fighting.
During Friday's headliner at 3Arena in Dublin, Mousasi (49-7-2 MMA, 7-1 BMMA) defeated Vanderford (11-1 MMA, 5-1 BMMA) via TKO at 1:25 of Round 1 to successfully defend his Bellator middleweight championship.
As he fought 60 battles in his professional career, Gegard Mosasi proved once again that he still has a lot to show for it. Moussais made it clear on Friday afternoon that Bellator retained the middleweight championship Bellator 275 in the main event, which stopped Austin Vanderford with a strike in less than 90 seconds.
Although VanderFord is a good fighter, he tried to come up with an aggressive game plan in this fight. As soon as the fight started. He ran over Mousasi and flogged her with looping power shots. Mousasi, who has faced many of the world's greatest fighters during his incredible career, has never been bothered by vendorfford's attack
Vanderford as if it had a thrilling start, but instead, Mousasi stood in his place and fired more technical shots that made a clean round on Vanderford's chin, slipping to the right from Vanderford's very wide shots. gone.
Twice during the fight, Mousasi's shots were seen shaking Vanderford. A second skirmish from Mousasi caused Vanderford to stumble backwards, and Challenger's legs bent as he tried to move forward.
Anxious to avoid a series of turbulent exchanges, Vanderford licked his lungs for a take-down, which Moussasi left Vanderford to hide until he landed in a series of easy-hitting strikes. That the fight doesn't end at the 1:25 mark of Round 1.
Mousasi has been 12-1 since 2016, with a record of 8-1 in the Bellator Cage since he joined the promotion, winning five fights at the UFC. Now in his second race as champion Bellator middleweight champion, Mousasi showed a new sense of confidence after his second successful defense of the belt.
"I'm the best middleweight," Moses said. "I never said that because I never believed it." But from now on, you will believe it. "
Bellator 275 Results
Gegard Mousasi def. Austin Vanderford via TKO (punches): R1, 1:25
Sinead Kavanagh def. Leah McCourt via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28×2)
Ciaran Clarke def. Abou Tounkara via TKO (shoulder injury): R1, 5:00
Khasan Magomedsharipov def. Jose Sanchez via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27×2)
Jornel Lugo def. Brian Moore via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28×2)
Brett Johns def. Khurshed Kakhorov via TKO (strikes): R3, 3:00
Davy Gallon def. Charlie Leary via TKO (punches): R2, 3:01
Stephanie Page def. Danni McCormack via TKO: R1, 1:46
Darragh Kelly def. Junior Morgan via submission (guillotine choke): R1, 1:47
Vladimir Tokov def. Daniele Scatizzi via unanimous decision (29-28×3)
Gokhan Saricam def. Kirill Sidelnikov via unanimous decision (30-27×3)
Nathan Kelly def. Scott Pedersen via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28×2)
Lee Hammond def. Jamie Hay via TKO: R1, 3:32