The card took place this past Friday night from Council Bluffs and the Mid-America Arena.
In the main event, Douglas Lima defeated Rick Hawn via second round corner stoppage to become the new welterweight champion.
Hawn has been suspended 60 days due to a leg injury, while Matthew Uhde was also given 60 days for a TKO stoppage.
Cliff Wright, Jr. was handed a 45-day suspension at the recommendation of the physician, while Josh Arocho and Derek Campos earned 30 days.
Both Tim Bazer and Derek Anderson are suspended indefinitely and will need clearance to return to action. Ben Crowder was not listed, but the fighter suffered a gruesome leg injury on the prelims vs. Joe Vedepo.
Lima earned $80,000, including $40,000 for the win. Hawn picked up $20,000. The below fighter salaries include the show money and win bonus, if given, to each fighter. The numbers do not include any bonus or sponsorship money the fighter earned.
Bellator 117 Medical Suspensions
Tim Bazer: medical clearance Required indefinite suspension (Minimum 60 Days)
Josh Arocho: 30 days due to TKO referee stoppage
Cliff Wright Jr.: 45 days physician recommendation
Derek Campos: 30 days referee stoppage strikes
Derek Anderson: indefinite clearance required ankle injury
Rick Hawn: 60 days leg injury
Matthew Uhde: 60 days blows to head TKO referee stoppage
Bellator 117 Fighter Salaries
Douglas Lima: $40,000/$40,000
Rick Hawn: $20,000
Marcin Held: $15,000/$15,000
Derek Anderson: $15,000
Karl Amoussou: $10,000/$10,000
David Gomez: $5,000
Patricky Pitbull: $15,000/$15,000
Derek Campos: $15,000
Martin Brown: $1,500/$1,500
Jared Downing: $5,000
Larue Burley: $2,500/$2,500
Cliff Wright, Jr.: $4,000
Joe Vedepo: $5,000/$5,000
Ben Crowder: $2,700
Anthony Smith: $3,000/$3,000
Victor Moreno: $3,000
Julio Cesar Neves: $2,000/$2,000
Josh Arocho: $2,000
Jordan Parsons: $4,000/$4,000
Tim Bazer: $2,500
Ryan Jensen: $5,000/$5,000
Mark Stoddard: $3,000
Houston Alexander: $6,000/$6,000
Matt Uhde: $3,500