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Bellator 109: Shlemenko Vs. Marshall Live Results And Play By Play

Bellator 109: Shlemenko Vs. Marshall Live Results And Play By Play

Bellator 109: Shlemenko Vs. Marshall takes place tonight at the Sands Casino Event Center in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and the event will mark the final show of Bellator’s year. The main card will feature a middleweight title fight between Alexander Shlemenko and Doug Marshall, the lightweight tournament final between Will Brooks and Alexander Sarnavskiy, and the welterweight tourney final between Rick Hawn and Ron Keslar.

We will be streaming to card below, and as always we will be bringing you play by play and real time results of the entire card. The action kicks off at 7:00 PM EST.

Bellator 109: Shlemenko Vs. Marshall
Date: November 22, 2013
Location: Sands Casino Event Center – Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Main Card

  • Alexander Shlemenko def. Doug Marshall via Technical Knockout at 4:28 of Round 1*
  • Will Brooks def. Alexander Sarnavskiy via Unanimous Decision (30-27×2, 30-26)**
  • Rick Hawn def. Ron Keslar via Knockout at :55 of Round 3***
  • Terry Etim def. Patrick Cenoble via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-26)

Preliminary Card

  • Mike Bannon def. Ahsan Abdulla via Technical Submission at 1:51 of Round 1 (Head/Arm choke)
  • Blagoi Ivanov def. Keith Bell via Submission at 3:59 of Round 1 (Rear naked choke)
  • Goiti Yamauchi def. Saul Almeida via Knockout at 2:04 of Round 1
  • Bubba Jenkins def. Ian Rammel via Technical Knockout at 2:38 of Round 3
  • Brent Primus def. Brett Glass via Submission at 3:20 of round 1 (Rear naked choke)
  • Lester Caslow def. Jay Haas via Submission at 2:44 of Round 3 (Guillotine choke)

*for middleweight title
**lightweight tourney final
***welterweight tournament final

PLAY BY PLAY

Lester Caslow vs. Jay Haas
Round 1(ref: )
Haas takes the center and the feeling out begins. Both miss with kicks early and Caslow is the one coming forward. Leg kicks seem to be in the plans for Caslow as he lands a pair, and then a solid knee. Haas lands a body kick of his own. Caslow lands a right to the body that backs up Haas and he returns fire with a push kick. Caslow lands a nice spinning back kick and clinches. Caslow almost gets a takedown off of a wizzer, but Haas uses a slick combination that lands on the exit. Caslow coming forward again and Haas lands a stiff leg kick. Haas lands a solid leg kick and a right hand. Both land glancing body kicks as the slow first round winds down. Haas comes in with a combination, but Caslow lands a counter right hand as the round ends.

RM Score: 10-9 Caslow

Round 2
Caslow takes the center and they are much more active already. Haas comes forward and misses with a spinning back fist and Caslow comes forward and lands a right hand. Caslow goes low with a low kick that makes Haas limp for a second. Caslow continues to work the leg. Haas seems to be having a problem pulling the trigger. Haas lands a right hand but Caslow counters with a 1-2. Caslow lands another leg kick, but Haas lands a combination of his own. Caslow comes forward with a combination and Haas comes forward swinging. The two clinch and Caslow gets the takedown and moves into side control. Haas retains guard and is doing a good job of tying up Caslow. Caslow lands a nice elbow after he postures up. Caslow moves to half guard and Haas scrambles to his knees. Caslow drops back with a Peruvian neck tie, but Haas defends it.

RM Score: 10-9 Caslow

Round 3
Caslow coming forward and he lands a nice right hand. Haas is backing up and fainting, but still isnt throwing much. Haas lands a nice right hand. Caslow lands a mean low kick and Haas is backing up again. Haas lands a nice front kick but then misses with some strikes. Caslow seems like the fresher fighter and Haas lands a stiff leg kick. Caslow lands a big right hand and Haas goes down. Caslow swarms and laces up a guillotine choke. Initially Haas defends well, but Caslow eventually adjusts and gets the tap.

Lester Caslow def. Jay Haas via Submission at 2:44 of Round 3 (Guillotine choke)

Brett Glass vs. Brent Primus
Round 1(ref: Keith Peterson)

Glass takes the center and opens with a low kick and Primus misses with a hook. Primus lands a nice hook and Glass comes forward with a right hand and a clinch that pushes Primus on the fence. Primus turns it around and they are exchanging knees on the inside. Primus almost gets the takedown and lands a left hand. Glass is defending well, but Primus eventually gets the takedown. Primus lands some ground and pound and moves to mount. Primus moves to full mount and lands some solid punches and Glass gives up his back. Primus is working the rear naked choke and Glass is forced to tap out.

Brent Primus def. Brett Glass via Submission at 3:20 of round 1 (rear naked choke)

Ian Rammel vs. Bubba Jenkins
Round 1(ref: Dan Miragliotta)
Jenkins takes the center and lands a big right hand. Rammel shoots on Jenkins and Jenkins reverses and gets on top. Jenkins goes to work with ground and pound. Jenkins is landing some solid elbows from full guard. Rammel is trying to control the posture but Jenkins is staying heavy. Rammel lands a stiff elbow from the bottom, but he has a nice cut opened on his forehead now. Rammel fishing for a kimura, but Jenkins is landing big elbows to the body. Jenkins turns his way out, and he has a small cut too. Ref stands them up and Rammel lands a heavy kick. Rammel shoots for the takedown again, and again Jenkins ends up on top. Jenkins is back to landing more ground and pound with 20 seconds left.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Jenkins

Round 2

Jenkins takes the center and lands a leg kick.  Rammel fires back with one of his own, and Jenkins shoots and gets the takedown.  Jenkins walks Rammel to the cage and is stacking him up and landing punches.  Jenkins moves to half guard and lands some strikes from the top. Rammel tries to cage walk but Jenkins smells the armbar and defends it well. Rammel is landing some elbows from the bottom, but Jenkins is the  one running the  show here. Jenkins moves to half guard again and lands a pair of elbows.  Jenkins traps the arm of Rammel and lands a handful of right hands. Rammel fishing for the kimura again, but the round ends and Jenkins finishes strong.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Jenkins

Round 3
Rammel comes forward and lands a nice kick. Jenkins shoots from no mans land, and Rammel still can’t defend. Jenkins already landing grinding elbows. Rammel doing a better job of tying up Jenkins but he postures up and steps back. Jenkins jumps in the air to land a strike to the grounded Rammel, but Rammel defends and Jenkins almost gets upkicked for his troubles. Jenkins landing right hands and Rammel is just covering up. Jenkins swarms and starts pounding on Rammel. Rammel gives up his back but Jenkins keeps swinging and lands a big right hand. Jenkins lands a ½ dozen more and puts away Rammel.

Bubba Jenkins def. Ian Rammel via Technical Knockout at 2:38 of Round 3

Saul Almeida vs. Goiti Yamauchi
Round 1(ref:)
Yamauchi takes the center and Almeida is landing jabs. Yamauchi is landing counters and lands a glancing headkick. Almeida is clearly the bigger fighter. Yamauchi lands a nice one two and clinches Almeida on the fence. Almeida turns it around and puts Yamauchi on the fence. Yamauchi lands a solid elbow from the clinch. Yamauchi gets the thai plum and breaks off and starts landing combinations. Almeida backs up and throws a solid right hook, but Yamauchi fires back with a quick combination. Yamauchi lands a big right hand that sends Almeida to his wallet. Yamauchi swarms and pounds out Almeida.

Goiti Yamauchi def. Saul Almeida via Knockout at 2:04 of Round 1

Keith Bell vs. Blagoi Ivanov
Round 1(ref:)
Bell takes the center and is plotting forward. Both fighters are fainting and Ivanov is now coming forward. Bell lands a slapping body kick. Ivanov lands a right hand and Bell answers back. Bell lands a right hand and Ivanov goes down but pops up. Ivanov’s nose is leaking and he is eating knees to the body. Bell gets reversed and Ivanov shoots. Bell defends and they exchange knees on the way up. Bell is coming forward and Ivanov is still shaking out the cobwebs. Ivanov eats another big right hand but this one he walks through. Bell misses with a head kick but lands a right hand behind it. Ivanov lands a big left hand and a right hand behind it that backs up Bell to the fence. Ivanov lands another left hand and shoots and goes for the takedown. Ivanov takes the back of Bell, and laces up the rear naked choke.

Blagoi Ivanov def. Keith Bell via Submission at 3:59 of Round 1 (Rear naked choke)

Ahsan Abdulla vs. Mike Bannon
Round 1(ref:)
Lightweights getting set to scrap here. Abdulla tales the center and Bannon is coming forward throwing his right hand. They exchange and Bannon laces up the thai clinch and is landing knees. Bannon gets the inside trip and ends up in half guard, and moves right into side control. Bannon moves into mount and he is lacing up a head and arm choke and moves back to side control. Abdulla goes out cold, tech submission win.

Mike Bannon def. Ahsan Abdulla via Technical Submission at 1:51 of Round 1 (Head/Arm choke)

Patrick Cenoble vs. Terry Etim
Round 1(ref: Keith Peterson)
Both come out and jab and Etim shoots on the takedown. Cenoble ties up Etim, but he postures and moves to side mount and onto the back of Cenoble. Cenoble gives up his back and lets Etim have mount. Etim gets it back to guard and Etim is standing and landing ground and pound. Cenoble ties up Etim again, but this is all one way traffic so far. Cenoble pushed Etim off, but Etim comes forward and ends up on the back of Cenoble working in the choke. Cenoble is defending well, but Etim laces up the body triangle as Cenoble is trying to stand up. Etim is landing some punches but we are at a stalemate.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Etim

Round 2

Cenoble takes the center and Etim lands a nice body kick. Etim shoots from a mile away and Cenoble escapes. Cenoble lands a pair of nice jabs.  Cenoble lands a right uppercut and Etim gets the takedown.  Etim posturing up and softening Cenoble up with ground and pound. Etim lands some slick elbows from inside the guard. Cenoble is fighting like he has never been on his back before in a fight.  Ref stands them up. Cenoble comes forward and lands a jab and a leg kick. Etim goes up stairs with a head kick, and once again gets the takedown.  It’s almost like he isn’t bothering to defend them. Etim moves to side control. Cenoble scrambles to his feet and lands a solid leg kick.  Cenoble lands a nice right hand as the bell rings.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Etim

Round 3
Cenoble takes the center and they exchange jabs. Cenoble lands a pair of jabs, and Etim returns fire with a hook and a takedown. Etim goes to work and moves to side control. Etim is trying to frame up the crucifix but Cenoble is defending it. Cenoble tries to explode up but gives up his back again. Etim really working for the RNC. Cenoble is throwing strikes over his shoulder, but Etim is still working on the choke. Cenoble flips over and ends up on top, but not enough time to do anything.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Etim
RM Sports Result: 30-27 Etim

Terry Etim def. Patrick Cenoble via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-26)

Will Brooks vs. Alexander Sarnavskiy
Round 1(ref: Keith Peterson)

Brooks takes the center and Sarnavskiy opens up with a jab and leg kick. Sarnavskiy misses with a spinning back kick but lands a hook. Brooks lands a nice leg and clinches with Sarnavskiy and puts him on the fence. Sarnavskiy spins it around and is landing knees on Brooks along the fence. Brooks lands a nice one-two and Sarnavskiy answers with a pair of hooks. Brooks comes forward with a four piece but Sarnavskiy answers with a stiff uppercut. Sarnavskiy puts Brooks on the fence but Brooks turns it around and is fishing for the takedown. Brooks gets the takedown but Sarnavskiy is tieing him up well. Sarnavskiy gets to his feet and lands a nice body shot. Brooks swings on Sarnavskiy but they clinch and Brooks gets the inside trip. Brooks lands some ground and stands up to land more. Brooks moves to half guard and is working the elbows to the side of Sarnavskiy’s face.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Brooks

Round 2
Brooks takes the center and lands a front kick. Sarnavskiy lands a nice leg kick of his own. Sarnavskiy lands a pair of body shots and a stiff jab. Brooks shoots in on Sarnavskiy but Sarnavskiy is defending well so far. They split and Brooks lands a jab, and shoots again on Sarnavskiy. Brooks gets the takedown and goes to work from guard. Brooks landing some nice inside shots and elbows. Sarnavskiy using rubber guard to wrap up Brooks, but some shots are still coming in. Brooks stands and lands some solid shots and gets right back into the guard. Sarnavskiy tries to scramble up but he gives up his back and Brooks has a hook in and is landing punches. Full back mount from Brooks and he is landing shots. Sarnavskiy flips over and he is just trying to survive.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Brooks

Round 3
Brooks takes the center and lands a front kick and misses with a high kick. Brooks lands a high kick and a right hand, and Brooks gets the takedown. Brooks stacks Sarnavskiy on the fence and is landing shots to the body. Brooks is landing some ground and pound as Sarnavskiy is using rubber guard to tie up Brooks. Brooks is still on top working over Sarnavskiy with ground and pound and short elbows. Brooks is staying really busy with ground and pound. Brooks is landing heavy right hands, and he stands up and passes to half guard as he lands some more. Sarnavskiy’s face is bleeding and he moves into full mount. Sarnavskiy gives up his back but Brooks only has 20 seconds to finish.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Brooks
RM Sports Result: 30-27 Brooks

Will Brooks def. Alexander Sarnavskiy via Unanimous Decision (30-27×2, 30-26)

Rick Hawn vs. Ron Keslar
Round 1(ref: Dan Miragliotta)
Hawn takes the center and Keslar opens with a head kick that Hawn handles. Hawn lands a nice overhand right. As Hawn comes in Keslar lands a knee that buckles Hawn and he swarms and starts landing ground and pound. Keslar in half guard is landing ground and pound and Hawn tries to scramble up. Hawn creates space and scrambles up, but Keslar isn’t letting him off the cage. The fighters reset. Hawn lands a nice two piece, but Keslar lands again with a jab. Hawn coming forward is landing his jab and Keslar eats a big right hand. Hawn with a 1-2 that backs up Keslar but Keslar comes forward and backs Hawn up on the cage. Hawn ducks under a hook and eats a knee from Keslar and gets pressed on the fence. Hawn lands a knee at the bell.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Keslar

Round 2
Hawn lands a nice 1-2 after Keslar missed with a high kick. Hawn lands a nice jab as Keslar comes in, but Keslar puts him on the fence and is landing knees. Hawn creates space and starts landing a few combinations on Keslar. Hawn’s jab is really paying dividends in this fight. Hawn with a big right hand and Keslar answers back with a tough body shot. Keslar comes forward trying to get the clinch, but Hawn’s jab is giving Keslar fits. Keslar has the reach, but Hawn is now picking him apart. Keslar finally gets the clinch, and he puts Hawn on the fence. Keslar landing some slick knees, but the ref breaks them up. Keslar lands a nice jab and an uppercut, but Hawn is firing back with hooks. Hawn lands a nice two piece and a right hand that snaps back the head of Keslar.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Hawn

Round 3
Hawn opens up with a jab and Keslar misses with some kicks. Hawn lands a nice upper cut and a mean right hand. Hawn lands hook and Keslar is on queer street. Hawn lands some dirty boxing clinch shots and Keslar looks ok. Hawn comes in with another right hand that wobbles Keslar again and Keslar barely standing. Hawn gives him some space, and lands a hook that tips over Keslar like a tree.

Rick Hawn def. Ron Keslar via Knockout at :55 of Round 3

Alexander Shlemenko vs. Doug Marshall
Round 1(ref: Dan Miragliotta)
Marshall circles and Shlemenko comes forward. Marshall opens with a low kick, and Shlemenko shoots and takes him down. Marshall scrambles right up and Shlemenko lands inside knees. Marshall lands an inside leg kick and Shlemenko fires back with a left hand. Marshall circles and Shlemenko on a takedown. Marshall lands a nice right hand but Shlemenko answers with a spinning back fist. Shlemenko ducks under a punch and takes down Marshall. Marshall scrambles up and Shlemenko eats a kick to the pills the ref didn’t see. Marshall stuffs a takedown by grabbing the fence and Shlemenko lands a body kick. Shlemenko goes to the body with a pair of shots, and Marshall answers with a clean right hand. Shlemenko lands a left hand that rattles Marshall and Shlemenko is just picking him apart now. Shlemenko lands a shot to the ribs that folds Marshall up like a lawn chair.

Alexander Shlemenko def. Doug Marshall via Technical Knockout at 4:28 of Round 1

2 COMMENTS
  • SBERG says:

    Good for Doug Marshall if he can pull this off….Not the best by any means but always a entertaining guy to watch…

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  • SBERG says:

    Welp ….so much for that….
    I thought the uppercut Marshall hit right when he caught the body shot was great but the camera angle really didn’t show the body shot at all…..Good stuff from Shlemenko…

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