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Bellator 104 winners Rick Hawn and Ron Keslar faces each other in the welterweight tournament finals
This Friday’s Bellator 104, which took place in Cedar Rapids Iowa, was headlined with a pair of match for Season 9’s welterweight tournament semifinals.
The main event was a rematch between the former US team judoka Rick Hawn and Brent Weedman. The two fighters met each other a year ago in Season 6’s lightweight finals and the rematch ended up with the same results. Hawn utilized his superior boxing to completely outclass his opponent. He hit Weedman with several combinations though he never had him in any serious trouble in the entire match. Hawn easily bagged the win with a lopsided score of 30-27 in all the judges’ scorecards.Read the rest of the article »
Rick Hawn bows out from his match against Ben Saunders at Bellator 54 after acquiring a knee injury.
MMA welterweight fighter – Rick Hawn – acquired a knee injury, forcing him to withdraw from Bellator’s fifth season of welterweight tournament. The fighter tweeted the news last Tuesday, saying that his recovery will keep him in the sideline for a couple of months.
Rick Hawn was supposed to meet Ben Saunders at Bellator 54, which is set to kick off on September 10. Prior to the upcoming event, he fought his way to the finals of Bellator’s fourth season welterweight tournament earlier this year. However, he was defeated by Jay Hieron via split decision. Nevertheless, Rick Hawn hold seven of his 11 victories by way of knock out.
As of the moment, it is still unknown whether Bellator has secured a replacement for Rick Hawn.View Article Source »
Jay Hieron improved his MMA record to 22-4 after beating Rick Hawn at last Saturday's Bellator Season 4 Welterweight Tournament.
Last Saturday night, Jay Hieron won via split decision against Rick Hawn and took home the Bellator Season 4 Welterweight title. Two judges scored 29-28 in favor of the former, and credited his training for getting in to the kind of shape he needed to win in the promotion’s eight-man welterweight tournament.
His MMA record improved to 22-4 and is now carrying a ten-fight winning streak. In addition to this, Jay Hieron is now tagged as the number one contender versus Ben Askren at the Bellator Welterweight Championship.Read the rest of the article »
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