Bellator Fighting Championships: Season Three

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Bellator Fighting Championships
Genre Sports
Created by Bjorn Rebney
Country of origin United States
Production
Running time 120 minutes
Release
Original channel FOX Sports Net
Original release August 12, 2010 – October 28, 2010
Chronology
Preceded by Bellator Fighting Championships: Season Two
Followed by Bellator Fighting Championships: Season Four

Bellator Fighting Championships: Season Three was the third installment of the Bellator Fighting Championships, which started on August 12, 2010. Mixed martial arts tournaments were held in multiple weight classes, including the bantamweight division,[1] heavyweight division and women's division at 115 pounds. Also some Bellator champions defended their titles against the Bellator season two tournament winners during the season.

Events[edit]

Bellator XXIV[edit]

Bellator XXIV
Information
Promotion Bellator Fighting Championships
Date August 12, 2010
Venue Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
City United States Hollywood, Florida, USA
Event chronology
Bellator XXIII Bellator XXIV Bellator XXV

Bellator XXIV was a mixed martial arts event held by Bellator Fighting Championships. The event took place on Thursday, August 12, 2010 at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida.[2] The card began Bellator Season Three and featured the first round of the Bellator 115-pound women's tournament and an opening round fight in the Heavyweight tournament.

Background

Two bouts, Nico Parella vs. Efrain Ruiz and Frank Carrillo vs. Moyses Gabin, were scratched from the untelevised portion of this card. Parella pulled his groin and Gabin suffered a broken foot, which forced both off the card.[3]

Results

Main Card

Lombard defeated Goodman via KO (punches) at 0:38 of round 1.
Grove def. Sanchez via TKO (doctor stoppage) at 1:32 of round 1.
Fujii defeated Esparza via submission (armbar) at 0:57 of round 2.
Aguilar defeated Alvarez via submission (arm triangle choke) at 4:01 of round 1.

Local Feature Fights

Edwards defeated Palomino via unanimous decision (29–28, 29–28, 29–28).
  • Featherweight bout: United States Eric Luke vs. United States Farkhad Sharipov
Sharipov defeated Luke via unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, 30–27).
  • Bantamweight bout: United States Tulio Quintanilla vs. United States Brian Eckstein
Quintanilla defeated Eckstein via KO (punches) at 2:48 of round 3.

Bellator XXV[edit]

Bellator XXV
Information
Promotion Bellator Fighting Championships
Date August 19, 2010
Venue Chicago Theatre
City United States Chicago, Illinois, USA
Event chronology
Bellator XXIV Bellator XXV Bellator XXVI

Bellator XXV was a mixed martial arts event held by Bellator Fighting Championships. This event took place on August 19, 2010 at the Chicago Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.[4] The card featured tournament fights in Bellator's third season. The event was distributed live in prime time by FOX Sports Net and its regional sports network affiliates. In Japan, the event was distributed with a short delay by Cavea.

Background

A lightweight bout featuring Mark Miller and Josh Shockley was set to happen at this event.[5] But the week before the event, the bout was scratched when Miller suffered a rib injury in training.[6]

Results

Main Card

Hornbuckle defeated Blackburn via unanimous decision (29–28, 29–28, 29–28) to earn a spot in Bellator's Season Four Welterweight Tournament.
  • Heavyweight Quarterfinal: United States Cole Konrad vs. Spain Rogent Lloret
Konrad defeated Lloret via unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, 30–27).
Grabowski defeated Barrett via unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, 30–27).
Frausto defeated Pene via unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, 30–27).

Local Feature Fights

Taylor defeated Carter via unanimous decision (30–26, 30–27, 30–27).
Gassaway defeated Knabjian via unanimous decision (29–28, 29–28, 29–28).
Robertson defeated Kolosci via submission (americana) at 2:41 of round 2.
  • Lightweight bout: United States Keoki Cypriano vs. United States Eric Kriegermeier
Kriegermeier defeated Cypriano via submission (triangle choke) at 3:16 of round 1.

Bellator XXVI[edit]

Bellator XXVI
Information
Promotion Bellator Fighting Championships
Date August 26, 2010
Venue Kansas City Power & Light District
City United States Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Attendance 4,000[7]
Event chronology
Bellator XXV Bellator XXVI Bellator XXVII

Bellator XXVI was a mixed martial arts event held by Bellator Fighting Championships. The event took place on Thursday, August 26, 2010 at Kansas City Power & Light District in Kansas City, Missouri.[8] The card featured tournament fights in Bellator's third season. The event was distributed live in prime time by FOX Sports Net and its regional sports network affiliates.

Background

Rory Markham was scheduled to fight Steve Carl, however Markham was not medically cleared. Tyler Stinson took his place.[9]

Results

Main Card

Carl defeated Stinson via technical submission (guillotine choke) at 2:30 of round 1 to earn a spot in Bellator's Season Four Welterweight Tournament.
Oleinik defeated Hayes via split decision (28–29, 29–28, 29–28).
Vega defeated Tims via unanimous decision (29–28, 30–27, 29–28).
Ward defeated Daly via unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, 30–27).

Local Feature Fights

Cummings defeated Bears via submission (D'arce choke) at 1:27 of round 1.
Croom defeated Davidson via submission (rear-naked choke) at 3:22 of round 2.
  • Middleweight bout: United States Brian Imes vs. United States John Ott
Ott defeated Imes via unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, 30–27).
  • Light Heavyweight bout: United States Demetrius Richards vs. United States Jeb Chiles
Chiles defeated Richards via technical submission (kimura) at 3:51 of round 2.

Bellator XXVII[edit]

Bellator XXVII
Information
Promotion Bellator Fighting Championships
Date September 2, 2010
Venue Majestic Theatre
City United States San Antonio, Texas, USA
Attendance 600 [10]
Event chronology
Bellator XXVI Bellator XXVII Bellator XXVIII

Bellator XXVII was a mixed martial arts event held by Bellator Fighting Championships. The event took place on Thursday, September 2, 2010 at Majestic Theatre in San Antonio, Texas.[11] The card featured tournament fights in Bellator's third season. The event was distributed live in prime time by FOX Sports Net and its regional sports network affiliates.

Results

Main Card

Warren defeated Soto via TKO (knee & punches) at 0:33 of round 2 to become the new Bellator Featherweight Champion.
Gomez defeated Reddinger via split decision (28–29, 29–28, 29–28).
Makovsky defeated Mamalis via unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, 30–27)
West defeated Goldsby via unanimous decision (30–27, 29–28, 29–28)

Local Feature Fights

Craig defeated Pinheiro via TKO (doctor stoppage) at 2:53 of round 3.
  • Lightweight bout: United States Aaron Barringer vs. Gilbert Jimenez
Jimenez defeated Barringer via unanimous decision.
  • Heavyweight bout: United States Dale Mitchell vs. United States Richard Odom]
Odoms defeated Mitchell via split decision.
  • Welterweight bout: United States Joe Christopher vs. United States Andrew Chappelle
Chappelle defeated Christopher via unanimous decision.
  • Light Heavyweight bout: United States Jon Kirk vs. United States Shane Faulkner
Kirk defeated Faulkner via TKO (punches) at 2:19 of round 3.
  • Featherweight bout: United States Steven Peterson vs. United States Ernest De La Cruz
Peterson defeated De La Cruz via unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, 29–28).

Bellator XXVIII[edit]

Bellator XXVIII
Information
Promotion Bellator Fighting Championships
Date September 9, 2010
Venue Mahalia Jackson Theater
City United States New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Event chronology
Bellator XXVII Bellator XXVIII Bellator XXIX

Bellator XXVIII was a mixed martial arts event held by Bellator Fighting Championships. The event took place on Thursday, September 9, 2010 at Mahalia Jackson Theater in New Orleans, Louisiana.[12] The event was distributed live in prime time by FOX Sports Net and its regional sports network affiliates. This was the first Bellator card with no Tournament Bouts.

Background

Chas Skelly was expected to fight Georgi Karakhanyan in a fourth season featherweight tournament qualifier bout. However, Skelly injured himself during training and was forced to pull out of the bout. Skelly's replacement was to be UFC veteran, Alvin Robinson.[13] However, Robinson was also forced to pull out of the bout due to injury. Robinson was replaced by WEC veteran Anthony Leone.[14]

Toney Canales and J.C. Pennington were set to fight, but for unknown reasons, the fight was pulled at the last minute.[12]

The card took place in the same city and during the same night and time as the 2010 NFL season opener, a rematch of the NFC Championship game between the New Orleans Saints and the Minnesota Vikings, a decision in MMA to counter-program a marquee NFL event which may have had adverse effect on local ticket sales.[15]

Results

Main Card

  • Lightweight bout: United States Eric Larkin vs. United States Marcus Andrusia
Larkin defeated Andrusia via submission (guillotine choke) at 2:46 of round 1.
Vanier defeated Clementi via split decision (29–28, 28–29, 29–28) to earn a spot in Bellator's Season Four Lightweight Tournament.
Schambari defeated Horwich via split decision (30–27, 28–29, 30–27).
Karakhanyan defeated Leone via unanimous decision (29–28, 30–27, 30–27) to earn a spot in Bellator's Season Four Featherweight Tournament.

Local Feature Fights

  • Heavyweight bout: United States Tony Roberts vs. United States Kelvin Doss
Roberts defeated Doss via submission (punches) in round 1.
  • Bantamweight bout: United States Jonathan Mackles vs. United States Brock Kerry
Mackles defeated Kerry via split decision (30–27, 28–29, 29–28).
  • Welterweight bout: United States Josh Rafferty vs. United States Charlie Rader
Rader defaetd Rafferty via TKO (punches) at 1:14 of round 1.
  • Lightweight bout: United States Scott O'Shaughnessy vs. United States Gabe Woods
O'Shaughnessy defeated Woods via submission (armbar) at 2:11 of round 3.

Bellator XXIX[edit]

Bellator XXIX
Information
Promotion Bellator Fighting Championships
Date September 16, 2010
Venue The Rave
City United States Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Event chronology
Bellator XXVIII Bellator XXIX Bellator XXX

Bellator XXIX was a mixed martial arts event held by Bellator Fighting Championships. The event took place on Thursday, September 16, 2010 at The Rave in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.[16] The card featured tournament fights in Bellator's third season. The event was distributed live in prime time by FOX Sports Net and its regional sports network affiliates.

Background

Bellator 29 was the first sanctioned MMA event in Wisconsin.

Chico Camus was set to compete against Jameel Massouh in a catchweight bout. However, Camus injured his sternum in a car accident and was forced to withdraw from the bout.[17] Kyle Dietz was set to be Camus' replacement; however, an illness forced Ulysses Gomez out of his bout in the bantamweight tournament and Bryan Goldsby, who was set to fight Nik Mamalis, stepped in for Gomez and returned to the tournament. Dietz was dropped from the card, and Mamalis stepped in to fight Massoush.

Justin Lemke was originally set to fight David Oliva, but Oliva was forced out of the bout due to weight issues.[18] Jason Guida stepped in for Oliva as his replacement.[19]

The Massouh/Mamalis bout was originally contracted as a 140 lbs. catchweight fight. Massouh initially weighed in two pounds over the limit, but successfully made weight two hours after the original weigh-in on a subsequent attempt. Jason Guida weighed in five pounds over the 210 lbs. catchweight limit in his bout against Justin Lemke.[20]

Results

Main Card

Massouh defeated Mamalis via submission (guillotine choke) at 4:27 in round 1.
Konrad defeated Grabowski via unanimous decision (30–26, 30–27, 30–27).
Grove defeated Oleinik via TKO (punches) at 0:45 of round 1.
Cooper defeated Major via TKO (punches) at 1:27 of round 2.

Local Feature Fights

  • Catchweight (215 lbs) bout: United States Justin Lemke vs. United States Jason Guida
Lemke defeated Guida via split decision (29–28, 28–29, 29–28).
  • Lightweight bout: United States Nick Dupees vs. United States Sasa Perkic
Perkic defeated Dupees via unanimous decision (30–27, 30 -27, 29–28).
  • Middleweight bout: United States Luis Ramirez vs. United States Kyle Weickhardt
Weickhardt defeated Ramirez via KO (head kick) at 0:30 of round 1.

Bellator XXX[edit]

Bellator XXX
Information
Promotion Bellator Fighting Championships
Date September 23, 2010
Venue Fourth Street Live!
City United States Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Event chronology
Bellator XXIX Bellator XXX Bellator XXXI

Bellator XXX was a mixed martial arts event held by Bellator Fighting Championships. The event took place on Thursday, September 23, 2010, at Fourth Street Live! in Louisville, Kentucky.[21] The card featured tournament fights in Bellator's third season. The event was distributed live in prime time by FOX Sports Net and its regional sports network affiliates.

Background Bryan Goldsby replaced Ulysses Gomez in the bantamweight tournament after Gomez was forced to withdraw due to staph infection.[22]

Results

Main Card

Weedman defeated McClintock via TKO (punches) at 3:05 of round 1 to earn a spot in Bellator's Season Four Welterweight Tournament.
Baker defeated Horn via unanimous decision (30–27, 29–28, 29–28).
Makovsky defeated Goldsby via unanimous decision (30–27, 29–28, 29–28).
West defeated Vega via split decision (29–28, 28–29, 29–28).

Local Feature Fights

  • Middleweight bout: United States John Troyer vs United States Josh Clark
Troyer defeated Clark via unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, 30–27).
Sparks defeated Maynard via KO (punch) at 0:50 of round 1.
  • Featherweight bout: United States T.J. Barber vs United States B.J. Ferguson
Ferguson defeated Barber via submission (armbar) of round 2.
Riggs defeated Fleniken via unanimous decision (29–28, 29–28, 29–28).
  • Welterweight bout: United States Stoney Hale vs United States Mike O'Donnell
O'Donnell defeated Hale via submission (kimura) at 0:50 of round 2.

Bellator XXXI[edit]

Bellator XXXI
Information
Promotion Bellator Fighting Championships
Date September 30, 2010
Venue L'Auberge du Lac Resort
City United States Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA
Event chronology
Bellator XXX Bellator XXXI Bellator XXXII

Bellator XXXI was a mixed martial arts event held by Bellator Fighting Championships. The event took place on Thursday, September 30, 2010 at L'Auberge du Lac Resort in Lake Charles, Louisiana.[23] The card featured tournament fights in Bellator's third season. The event was distributed live in prime time by FOX Sports Net and its regional sports network affiliates.

Background

A previously announced fight between Ricco Rodriguez and Dave Herman,[24] was scrapped from this card due to Rodriguez suffering a knee injury.[25] Michal Kita served as Rodriguez's replacement.[26]

Results

Main Card

Frausto defeated Aguilar via split decision (30–27, 27–30, 30–27).
Fujii defeated Ward via submission (armbar) at 1:39 of round 1
Lozano defeated Yoshida via TKO (Corner Stoppage) at 5:00 of Round 2 to earn a spot in Bellator's Season Four Welterweight Tournament.

Local Feature Fights

Holata defeated Jordan via KO (punch) at 1:13 of round 1.
  • Lightweight bout: United States ohn Harris vs United States Kyle Miers
Harris defeated Miers via submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 0:49 of round 2.
  • Middleweight bout: United States Tim Ruberg vs United States Aaron Davis
Ruberg defeated Davis via submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:44 of round 2.
Herman defeated Kita via submission (Omoplata) at 3:16 of round 1.
Chandler defeated Stapp via TKO (Punches) at 1:57 of round 1.

Bellator XXXII[edit]

Bellator XXXII
Information
Promotion Bellator Fighting Championships
Date October 14, 2010
Venue Kansas City Power & Light District
City United States Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Event chronology
Bellator XXXI Bellator XXXII Bellator XXXIII

Bellator XXXII was a mixed martial arts event held by Bellator Fighting Championships. The event took place on Thursday, October 14, 2010 at Kansas City Power & Light District in Kansas City, Missouri.[27] The card featured the tournament finals fights in Bellator's third season. The event was distributed live in prime time by FOX Sports Net and its regional sports network affiliates.

Background

This was the fourth Bellator event to be held at the Kansas City Power & Light District, all in 2010. Bellator XVI, Bellator XXII and Bellator XXVI have also been held at this venue.

The event hosted bouts to crown the first Bellator Heavyweight and Bantamweight Champions.

Results

Main Card

Konrad defeated Grove via submission (americana) at 4:45 of round 1 to become the first Bellator Heavyweight Champion.
Makovsky defeated West by unanimous decision (50–45, 50–45, 49–46) to become the first Bellator Bantamweight Champion.
Wallhead defeated Thomas by unanimous decision (29–28, 29–28, 29–28) to earn a spot in Bellator's Season Four Welterweight Tournament.
Chandler defeated Page via submission (guillotine choke) at 0:57 of round 1.

Local Feature Fights

Marriott defeated Roberts via unanimous decision (29–28, 29–28, 30–27).
Bears defeated Reiner via KO (Punches) at 1:29 of round 1.
Downing defeated Tims via split decision (30–27, 28–29, 30–27).
Davidson defeated Hutchison via KO (punches) at 0:54 of round 1.

Bellator XXXIII[edit]

Bellator XXXIII
Information
Promotion Bellator Fighting Championships
Date October 21, 2010
Venue Liacouras Center
City United States Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Event chronology
Bellator XXXII Bellator XXXIII Bellator XXXIV

Bellator XXXIII was a mixed martial arts event held by Bellator Fighting Championships. The event took place on Thursday, October 21, 2010 at Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.[28] The card featured a tournament final fight in Bellator's third season. The event was distributed live in prime time by FOX Sports Net and its regional sports network affiliates.

Background

The main event was supposed to feature Eddie Alvarez defending his lightweight title against season two's lightweight tournament winner, Pat Curran. Curran injured himself during training so Alvarez instead fought Roger Huerta in a non-title fight.

Wilson Reis vs. Deividas Taurosevičius was set to air as a part of the night's main card; however, the fight was not aired for unknown reasons.

Results

Main Card

Alvarez defeated Huerta via TKO (doctor stoppage) at 5:00 of round 2.
Askren defeated Good via unanimous decision (49–46, 48–47, 50–45) to become the new Bellator Welterweight Champion.
  • Welterweight bout: United States Rick Hawn vs. United States LeVon Maynard
Hawn defeated Maynard via KO (punches) at 4:53 of round 1 to earn a spot in Bellator's Season Four Welterweight Tournament.

Local Feature Fights

Reis defeated Taurosevičius via split decision (29–28, 28–29, 29–28).
Carpenter defeated Patterson via split decision (29–28, 28–29, 29–28).
Azeredo defeated Guedes via unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, 30–27).
Foster defeated Caslow via unanimous decision (29–28, 29–28, 29–28).
  • Catchweight (130 lbs) bout: United States Tuan Pham vs United States Nick Cottone
Cottone defeated Pham via unanimous decision (29–28, 29–28, 29–28).
  • Bantamweight bout: United States Lewis Cassner vs. United States Francis Evans
Evans defeated Cassner via Submission (Triangle) at 3:20 of round 1.

Bellator XXXIV[edit]

Bellator XXXIV
Information
Promotion Bellator Fighting Championships
Date October 28, 2010
Venue Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
City United States Hollywood, Florida, USA
Event chronology
Bellator XXXIII Bellator XXXIV Bellator XXXV

Bellator XXXIV was a mixed martial arts event held by Bellator Fighting Championships. The event took place on Thursday, October 28, 2010 at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida.[29] The card featured the final round of the Bellator 115-pound women's tournament in Bellator's third season,[30] as well as Hector Lombard defending his middleweight title. The event was distributed live in prime time by FOX Sports Net and its regional sports network affiliates.

Results

Main Card

Lombard defeats Shlemenko by unanimous decision (49–46, 49–46, 49–46).
Frausto defeated Fujii via split decision (48–47, 47–48, 49–46) to become the Bellator Women's Champion.
Bernhard defeated Tešanović via unanimous decision (30–27, 29–28, 29–28).
Davis defeated Lopez via unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, 30–27).

Local Feature Fights

  • Welterweight bout: United States William Kuhn vs. United States John Kelly
Kelly defeated Kuhn via unanimous decision (29–28, 29–28, 29–28).
  • Bantamweight bout: United States Ralph Acosta vs. United States Tulio Quintanila
Acosta defeated Quintanila via split decision (29–28, 28–29, 29–28).
  • Middleweight bout: United States Frank Carrillo vs. United States Moyses Gabin
Carrillo defeated Gabin via unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, 30–27).
Cramer defeated Almeida via TKO (cut) at 2:36 of round 1.
  • Catchweight (160 lbs) bout: United States Bounmy Somchay vs. United States J.P. Reese
Reese defeated Somchay via TKO (strikes) at 3:32 of round 1.

Tournaments[edit]

Women's Flyweight (115 lbs) Tournament Bracket[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                 
Japan Megumi Fujii SUB
United States Carla Esparza 2
Japan Megumi Fujii SUB
United States Lisa Ward 1
United States Lisa Ward DEC
Republic of Ireland Aisling Daly 3
Japan Megumi Fujii DEC
United States Zoila Frausto 5
United States Jessica Aguilar SUB
United States Lynn Alvarez 1
United States Jessica Aguilar DEC
United States Zoila Frausto 3
United States Jessica Penne DEC
United States Zoila Frausto 3

^ 1: Carla Esparza replaced Angela Magana after Magana was forced to withdraw due to a foot injury.[31]

Bantamweight Tournament Bracket[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                 
United States Jose Vega DEC
United States Danny Tims 3
United States Jose Vega DEC
United States Ed West 3
United States Bryan Goldsby DEC
United States Ed West 3
United States Ed West DEC
United States Zach Makovsky 5
United States Nick Mamalis DEC
United States Zach Makovsky 3
United States Zach Makovsky DEC
United States Bryan Goldsby1[›] 3
United States Ulysses Gomez DEC
United States Travis Reddinger 3

^ 1: Bryan Goldsby replaced Ulysses Gomez after Gomez was forced to withdraw due to staph infection.[32]

Heavyweight Tournament Bracket[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                 
England Neil Grove TKO
United States Eddie Sanchez 1
England Neil Grove TKO
Russia Alexey Oleinik 1
United States Mike Hayes DEC
Russia Alexey Oleinik 3
England Neil Grove SUB
United States Cole Konrad 1
United States Cole Konrad DEC
Spain Rogent Lloret 3
United States Cole Konrad DEC
Poland Damian Grabowski 3
Poland Damian Grabowski DEC
United States Scott Barrett 3

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