Bellator 283 results: Jason Jackson crushes Douglas Lima, Usman Nurmagomedov rolls


Written by admin



Jason Jackson used a clever game plan to choke out Douglas Lima in five rounds at the Bellator 283 headliner.

Jackson scored his sixth straight win by reinsuring himself, taking the stand-up weapon from Lima with a wrestling attack that resulted in a 50-45 unanimous decision across the board. Most of the audience didn’t hear the scorecards because by the time they were read they had already left the arena.

Bellator 283 took place Friday at the Emerald Queen Casino and Hotel in Tacoma, Washington. The main card of the tournament was broadcast live on the Showtime channel.

Jackson then pleaded with the booing crowd, “Lima is a legend. I don’t take anything from him. I came here and did what I had to do to go to the next level.” He called for a title shot and said that a fight with interim title challenger Michael “Venom” Page sounded appropriate.

Jackson, a product of the Kill Cliff Fight Club (formerly Sanford MMA), found his way to victory in the first fight, receiving several sharp kicks to the leg for his efforts. By the second moment, he had managed to parry Lima’s shot and put his opponent down on the mat, who was only slightly harder to beat. The kick briefly stunned Jackson, but he managed to stay on top and maintain control. In the third, Lima’s whistle only kept him upright for a moment while Jackson straightened up and regained control.

In the championship rounds, it took Jackson less than 30 seconds to put Lima on the mat and keep him there. It was a reasonable plan for the ex-champ, who had lost 1.8 pounds the day before and didn’t have to watch it on TV. But it was effective, and, as Jackson said, it propelled him up the corporate ladder. Meanwhile, Lima has suffered his fourth consecutive defeat and his future is uncertain.

Musaev defeated Outlaw

If you want to know how seize the momenttake the example of Tofig Musaev.

The former RIZIN champion may have stamped his ticket to a lightweight title fight with Sidney Outlaw on short notice in Friday’s co-main event.

Musaev unbalanced Outlow with a pair of hooks and then finished with a right hand that forced referee Keith Peterson to quickly save the fallen fighter from further punishment. It all ended at the 25th second of the first round.

With his first win in Bellator, Musaev, whose promotional debut was delayed by a couple of cancellations, is taking the lead to challenge Usman Nurmagomedov for his next opportunity to fight champion Patrika Freire.

Nurmagomedov quickly attacked Gonzalez

Usman Nurmagomedov is now 15-0 after showing another wrinkle in his game. Khabib Nurmagomedov’s cousin forced opponent Chris Gonzalez to overexert himself in the chase, then quickly knocked him to the mat. When the American wrestler tried to get up, Nurmagomedov sneaked in with a choke hold, locking the punch at the 2:54 mark of the opening frame.

After that, the active undefeated Nurmagomedov – translated by the retired UFC champion – called for a title fight against champion Patricka Pitbull.

Lorenz Larkin the elbow brings no rivalry against Mukhamed Berkhamov

Lorenz Larkin hoped that the side elbow would prevent Mukhamed Berkhamov from strangling him on the canvas, where he ended up early. But this elbow, unfortunately, hit right in the golden mean for a foul, and the point hit the Russian right in the back of the head. When Berkhamov reeled from the blow, unable to get up after the referee stopped the fight, Larkin seemed to admit his mistake. A few seconds later, with Berkhamov unable to stand or walk, Larkin’s expression changed to one of disgust and disappointment when the withdrawal was announced at the 2:52 mark of the first frame.

Golm survives the blows to Franklin

As Davion Franklin found out, lifting heavy weights is hard work. Lifting Marcelo Golm twice into the air and throwing him to the carpet, Franklin looked at his watch wearily. Golm may have had a massive gash on his right eyebrow, courtesy of Franklin’s shot. But he kept pushing, and when the cage dock allowed him to move to second, he retaliated by chasing Franklin around the cage and landing body shots. It took him a few minutes to recover, but Franklin’s determination – and a few sloppyly effective fights – allowed him to come out on top and close out the second frame. Cheered on by the crowd, he raced furiously in the third, swinging to land something, anything, against his more technical opponent.

In the end, the technique won and Golm slammed his man to the ground and took the back, which caused Franklin to hit hard with 24 seconds left.

Full Bellator 283 results:

Jason Jackson victorious Douglas Lima by unanimous decision (50-45, 50-45, 50-45)

Tofik Musaev defeated. Sydney Outlaw KO (punches), round 1, 0:27

Usman Nurmagomedov vs. Chris Gonzalez submission (guillotine choke) – round 1, 2:54

Mukhamed Berkhamov vs. Lorenz Larkin declared a no contest (unintentional wrong elbow) – 1st round at 2:52

Marcelo Golm def. Davion Franklin submission (rear naked choke) – round 3, 4:36

Dalton Rosta def. Romero Cotton TKO (left hook) – round 3, 0:38

Veta Arteaga def. Vanessa Porto submission (guillotine choke) – round 2, 3:47

Gadzhi Rabadanov beat. Bobby King by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Akhmed Magomedov vs. Kevin Boehm submission (rear naked choke) – 1 round, 1:16

Roman Faraldo beat. Luis Iniguez KO (punch), round 1, 3:42

Jaylon Bates vs. Mark Coates by split decision (30-27, 28-29, 29-28)

Archie Colgan def. Brian Nuro TKO (Punches), Round 3, 1:15

#Bellator #results #Jason #Jackson #crushes #Douglas #Lima #Usman #Nurmagomedov #rolls



About the author


Leave a Comment