Martial Arts – Bellator 214: Fedor Emelianenko Stunned By Ryan Bader

Ryan Bader

A notable night it was for Bellator as Ryan Bader turned into the principal twofold victor in the advancement’s history by thumping out Fedor Emelianenko inside 35 seconds of the 1st round.

The Bellator 214 card was the first Bellator PPV of the year that was featured by the Heavyweight Grand Prix last between the unbelievable Russian warrior and the previous UFC Light Heavyweight contender.

The card likewise included the MMA presentation of previous WWE Superstar Jack Swagger, who indented up an amazing accommodation triumph by means of arm-triangle gag against 41-year-old J.W.Kiser.

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The co-headliner of the night saw Henry Corrales pull off a noteworthy surprise against best Featherweight contender Aaron Pico. Be that as it may, the greatest stun of the night was saved for the headliner.

The broad pre-battle routine just expanded the expectation for the conceivably dangerous headliner. Also, unstable it was! Fedor started the battle rather warily as he abstained from taking part in a full scale fight.

Bader checked his range with two snares and before anybody could see it coming, shocked Fedor with a flawlessly put lead left hook to the chin. The previous PRIDE Heavyweight Champion’s knees surrendered and he dropped to the tangle as Bader landed two completing shots previously ref Mike Beltran halted the battle.

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Bader commended a stupendous success as Fedor was taken care of by the pen side surgeons. The previous UFC contender turned into the principal man in Bellator history to win titles in two distinctive weight classes at the same time.

A Conor McGregor-esque minute for Bader who has situated himself as a standout amongst the best warriors on earth after his earnest win over the once-unconquerable Last Emperor.

At 42 years of age, we may have conceivably seen the remainder of Emelianenko and it positively ought to be as he has nothing left to demonstrate. The misfortune doesn’t change the way that he is one of the best heavyweights in MMA history.

It would be a bustling 2019 for Bader who might have two titles to defend in two completely stacked divisions.

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