Bellator 199 Live Results: Bader TKO’s King Mo in Seconds, Fitch Dominates Daley
Tonight on Paramount Network, Bellator 199 takes place at the SAP Center in San Jose, California. Bellator 199 is headlined by a heavyweight tournament matchup, Ryan Bader versus Muhammad “King Mo” Lawal. Bader is the current light heavyweight Bellator Champion at 24-5-0, While former champion, King Mo enters Saturday night’s contest at 21-6-0. Winner will meet “Meat Head” Matt Mitrione in the semi-finals of the heavyweight tournament. On the other side of the bracket, Fedor Emelianenko and Chael Sonnen have already advanced in the tournament.
In the co-main event, Paul Daley (40-15-2) hopes to show off his striking against a tough grappler in Jon Fitch (30-7).
The main card is round out with some great matchups, including talented young prospect, Aaron Pico (2-1), and his opponent, Lee Morrison (19-8). The prelims start at 7 PM and can be seen above.
The main card is scheduled to start on Paramount Network live and for Free at 9 PM.
COMPLETE BELLATOR 199 RESULTS BELOW:
Main card (Paramount at 9 p.m. ET)
Ryan Bader def. Muhammed Lawal via TKO in round 1, at 0:15. – heavyweight Grand Prix
Jon Fitch def. Paul Daley via Unanimous Decision, 29-27, 29-26, 29-26.
Aaron Pico def. Lee Morrison via TKO (Liver shot) in round 1, at 1:10.
Cheick Kongo def. Javy Ayala via Knockout in round 1, at 2:29.
CW-160- Adam Piccolotti def. Carrington Banks via Rear-naked choke in round 3, at 4:41.
Preliminary Bouts (MyMMANews.com and Bellator app at 7 p.m. ET)
Jordan Williams def. Brandon Hester via TKO in Round 2, 1:11.
Amber Leibrock def. Janay Harding via Unanimous Decision, 30-27, 30-26, 30-26.
James Terry def. Danasabe Mohammed via Unanimous Decision, 30-26, 30-26, 30-26.
Gaston Bolanos def. Malcolm Hill via TKO (Referee stoppage due to not being able to walk, Referee is Frank Trigg) in Round 1, at 2:54.
Justin Tenedora def. David Rivera-Cruz via Submission (Triangle Choke) in Round 1, at 4:27.
Deron Winn def. Ahmed White via Knockout at 2:32, in Round 1.
Mark Climaco vs. Daniel Oseguera
Elias Anderson vs. Hyder Amil
Josh San Diego vs. Nohelin Hernandez
Dominic Sumner vs. Tom Oswald
Khai Wu vs. Cass Bell
Josh Paiva vs. Adam Antolin
Ignacio Ortiz vs. Matt Aragon
J.J. Okanovich vs. Hugo Lujan
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