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Bellator 133 results: Manhoef vs Shlemenko

Bellator 133 results:  Manhoef vs Shlemenko

A very special Friday the 13th edition of Bellator put two killers against one another.  This time however it was not Freddy vs. Jason, but rather a Storm vs. No Mercy.  Former Bellator middleweight champion Alexander ‘Storm’ Shlemenko battled Melvin ‘No Mercy’ Manhoef in the main event of Bellator 133.

These two beasts went toe-to-toe and it was Shlemenko who pulled out a spinning backfist knockout, reminiscent of the light heavyweight champ, Emanuel Newton.

In the co-main event, former champ Pat Curran dropped a split decision to Daniel Weichel in a hard fought three-round war.

The females would go the distance as Julia Budd and Gabrielle Holloway saw 15 minutes of action but the scorecards ultimately swayed in the favor of Budd, with one judge even giving Holloway a score of 24, meaning she dropped two points each round.

Main Card (Live on Spike TV)
-Alexander Shlemenko defeated Melvin Manhoef via KO at 1:25 of Round 2
-Daniel Weichel defeated Pat Curran via Split Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
-Julia Budd defeated Gabrielle Holloway via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-25, 30-24)
-Chris Honeycutt defeated Clayton MacFarlane via TKO at 4:16 of Round 3

Preliminary Card (Live on
-Nick Bustamante vs. Luis Jauregui
-John Paul Elias vs. Cody Sons
-Jonathan Contrestano defeated Ryan Tobar via doctor stoppage at 2:40 of Round 2
-Adam Piccolloti defeated Andrew Ramm via unanimous decision
-Mason Fowler defeated Marko Damiano via TKO at 1:02 of Round 1
-Emilio Chavez defeated Art Arciniega via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)
-Blake Watkin defeated George Zuniga via TKO (punches) at 0:55 of Round 1
-Paul Ruiz defeated Nick Sperling via submission (guillotine) at 0:43 of Round 1

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