Bellator 206 RESULTS AND HIGHLIGHTS
Gegard Mousasi def. Rory MacDonald in the second round at TKO (3:23)
The papier’s best match, which Bellator had ever played, fell, as some expected. Introducing what it looks like when you are against the elite middleweight and the former multiple champion in a semi-hard game, you put a “bunny” in the welter. The Mousassas, a Canadian fighter, literally poured himself like a knife with butter. In any case, it was worth the effort. Rory, however, remains the welterweight champion.
Gegard Mousasi made Rory MacDonald look like he was nothing tonight complete domination with a TKO win in Round 2 Mousasi successfully defended his Bellator Middleweight Championship # Bellator206 pic.twitter.com/2I8wQWxj8s
– Nino (@ Nino_416) September 30, 2018
Rampage Jackson def. Wanderlei Silva in 2nd round at TKO (4:32)
Rampage back with a KO over Wanderlei! # Bellator206 pic.twitter.com/p8G7xwYXpN
– MMA Now TV (@MMANowTV) September 30, 2018
Douglas Lima def. Andrey Koreshkov in the 5th round at submenu (RNC) (3:04, welcoming PYRAMIDA)
Aaron Pico def. Leandro Higo in first round at TKO (3:19)
Transforming one of the greatest talents of the present into a genial prototype of the modern warrior continues. Again, it was his hands that sent his fourth opponent to the ground. This time the first round. Pico himself said after the game, “There will be no one in this planet for three or four years when he will only touch me in the cage.” A courageous statement, but if his development continues like the one before, it’s not so unrealistic.
Aaron Pico went on to work on Leandro Higo on his fourth consecutive knockout in Round 1 Pico is the real deal the next BIG thing in MMA he has massive potential