After a frustrating setback due to Tito Ortiz withdrawing from their planned pairing, “Rampage” made his debut in the Bellator cage earlier this month in a bout against fellow UFC alumnus Joey Beltran. Jackson looked as sharp as ever in the showdown, pummeling “The Mexicutioner” as most expected until putting him away with strikes with a second remaining in the opening round. The win was the first for Jackson in more than two years, his first TKO in four, and his first outside of the UFC for more than six!
Bellator’s ninth season is in the books thanks to last night’s lineup for Bellator 109. The show capped off a twelve-event run for the organization and featured some of the all-out action fans have become accustomed to when tuning in to watch the company’s competitors on Spike TV. The last few months of Bellator history were definitely some of the most memorable to date for numerous reasons, not all of them necessarily good. Here are ten of the things standing out above all others in that regard… (Photos by USA Today Sports Images)
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