Mousasi defends title against John Salter – highlights

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Fighting in the main event of Bellator 264, 36-year-old Mousasi, invalidated the wrestling threat of number one contestant John Salter.

A ground attack at 2:07 of the third round complete Mousasi’s opponent to register the 48th victory of his decorate MMA career.

The first round saw Salter score an early lead in Connecticut.

In a match at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Salter was looking to crush the championship. But Mousasi defend smartly to avoid trouble. Before scoring by kneeling on his body in the closing stages of the round.

Mousasi made a strong comeback in Round 2, using his ufabet boxing to defeat the challengers with their feet.

Then, after Salter tried to drag the action to the mat again, The champion defend well and flip the grid before hammering Salter with a ground attack. With only the bell ringing to save the lives of Americans at the end of the round.

With Mousasi firmly in place, Salter fired desperately to topple early in the third round. But the Dutch champions tried to cram in the effort and ended up at the top.

Mousasi then launch a relentless ground attack that force referee Dan Miragliotta to step in and stop the fight midway through the lap.

That victory earned Musasi his 26th KO/TKO of his career. And his 39th overall strike victory as he successfully defend his title for the first time since he regain the belt in October last year. It was also the Dutchman’s 11th victory from his last 12 bouts.

Koreshkov bet his claim

In tonight’s secondary tournament Former welterweight champion Andrey Koreshkov return to the Bellator cage for the first time in nearly two years. And claim victory by an outstanding decision to bring himself back to the 170-pound championship title.

Russia’s Koreshkov, 30, show his hit against Sabah Homasi as he score throughout the fight with a power attack and drew a gasp from the Connecticut crowd with his impressive flying knee that found their mark

Homasi showed remarkable strength as he indulged in the former champion’s onslaught to stay in the fight, but “The Spartans” dominate the match for the duration of the three-five-minute lap to claim a decisive win. On the referee’s scorecard