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Cody Law gets his hand raised after defeating Theodore Macuka at Bellator 264. Photo Courtesy Bellator MMA.

Cody Law breaks down his Bellator 262 win; wants two more fights in 2021

Cody Law as followed the same routine after all of his Bellator fights. After the event, he comes back to his hometown in western Pennsylvania and spends some quality time with his family and friends.

While Law is back home, he also continues to train and work with his longtime coaches. During his visit after his Bellator 256 victory over Nathan Ghareeb, Law was working with his taekwondo coach Philip Ameris Jr., who showed Law a technique to throw a kick with his lead leg. Law then drilled that technique constantly.

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<em><strong>Cody Law lands a kick on Orlando Ortega at Bellator 250<strong><em>

The hours Law spent practicing the kick turned into a perfect move during a live fight. Earlier this month at Bellator 262, Law landed that kick on Theodore Macuka and after he hurt Macuka with the kick, Law opened up his handed and finished Macuka in under two minutes of the opening round.

The win marked Law’s fourth victory as professional, all of which have come inside of the Bellator cage.

Following his win, Law spoke to MyMMANews about his performance and what’s next for him in the coming months as he looks to get two more fights in by the end of 2021. He also spoke about his teammate Dustin Poirier winning the trilogy fight over Conor McGregor at UFC 264.

You can watch Law’s full interview in the video above.

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