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Bellator 172: Thomson vs. Pitbull (2/18/2017) - San Jose, CA (SAP Center)


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Bellator 172: Thomson vs. Pitbull
February 18, 2017
San Jose, CA (SAP Center)

Josh Thomson (155.2) vs. Patricky Freire (155.9) - Freire, KO (punches), R2 (0:40)
Cheick Kongo (241.6) vs. Oli Thompson (230.7) - Kongo, DEC (unanimous)
Anatoly Tokov (184.9) vs. Francisco France (187.3)* - Tokov, TKO (punches), R2 (2:24)
Veta Arteaga (126) vs. Brooke Mayo (126) - Arteaga, TKO (doctor stoppage), R3 (4:04)
Josh Koscheck (169.9) vs. Mauricio Alonso (169.5) - Alonso, TKO (strikes), R1 (4:42)

Spike.com Preliminary Card:
Juan Cardenas (145.4) vs. Luis Vargas (146.8) - Cardenas, SUB (rear naked choke), R1
Dominic Sumner (170.9) vs. Abraham Vaesau (171) - Vaesau, KO, R1
Matt Ramirez (131) vs. Jeremy Murphy (131.2) - Murphy, KO, R3
Anthony Do (124.3) vs. Bobby Escalante (125.4) - Escalante, SUB (d'arce choke), R1
Nikko Jackson (156) vs. Cesar Gonzalez (156) - Jackson, DEC (unanimous)
Zach Andrews (166) vs. J.J. Okanovich (160.2) - Okanovich, SUB (rear naked choke), R2 (2:26)
James  Terry (170.7) vs. JC Llamas (170.5) - Terry, DEC (unanimous)
Abner Perez (143.5) vs. Gaston Bolanos (145.6) - Bolanos, TKO (punches), R1 (4:53)
Martin Sano (185) vs. Diego Herzog (185.8) - DRAW (majority)
Justin Tenedora (134.8) vs. Roque Reyes (135.3) - Tenedora, SUB (neck crank), R2 (4:59)

*Forfeits 20% of purse for missing weight 


Rating: 807,000 viewers

Cancelled Fights:
Adam Piccolotti vs. Brent Primus - Injury to Piccolotti
James Terry vs. David Douglas - Injury to Douglas
Danasabe Mohammed vs. Carlos Eduardo Rocha - Bout Nixed
J.J. Okanovich vs. Paradise Vaovasa - Bout Nixed
Rick Reger vs. Carlos Eduardo Rocha - Bout Nixed
Fedor Emelianenko vs. Matt Mitrione - Mitrione Withdrew Due to Illness

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Sad, five years ago I'd be inviting friends over to watch or heading to the local that always has the fights on. Now I'm more like, okay, guess I'll watch NJPW on the encore showing, ho-hum. 30-something Fedor was awesome to behold, 40+ Fedor is likely still a very good heavyweight, but the blinding speed that made him so much better than everyone else has eroded and he's merely human now. If he's not very, very careful Mitrione can beat him.

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11 hours ago, OSJ said:

Sad, five years ago I'd be inviting friends over to watch or heading to the local that always has the fights on. Now I'm more like, okay, guess I'll watch NJPW on the encore showing, ho-hum. 30-something Fedor was awesome to behold, 40+ Fedor is likely still a very good heavyweight, but the blinding speed that made him so much better than everyone else has eroded and he's merely human now. If he's not very, very careful Mitrione can beat him.

With the way he looked against Maldonado and only training for 4-5 weeks, I'm not shocked that Mitrione is the slight betting favorite. 

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You owe me $12.99 for a new keyboard. I was drinking coffee when I clicked on that. That's some funny shit. If Bellator can come up with something this funny and original, why must they give us so many shitty fights?

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I feel there should be a Euro HW Fight Pass battle royale with like Jarjis Danho, Kongo, both British Thompsons, Viktor Pesta, Marcin Tybura, Alexey Oleniek, Alexander Volkov, Shamil Abdurakhimov, Dmitry Smolyakov, Stefan Struve, and Daniel Omielanczuk. Of course, Ngannou would come in and eliminate everyone to win.

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