Bellator 214 results: Ryan Bader, Jack Swagger win as Fedor and Aaron Pico are brutally KO’ed

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It was a great night for MMA fans as Bellator 214 managed to deliver terrific action-packed fights live to fans around the world. The undercard attraction of the fight was former WWE superstar and NCAA wrestler Jake Hager or popularly known as Jack Swagger who won his Bellator debut via submission.

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Hager was fighting 42-year old JW Kiser and the 6’7″ tall Hager quickly went for the submission to a head-and-arm choke at the Forum in 2:09 of round 1. Hager was simply too big and strong for Kiser.

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On the Co-main event was Aaron Pico vs Herny Corrales. Bellator featherweight prospect Pico is considered as one of the best talents in MMA and both the fighters were going into this fight with four straight victories.

The fight started with quick back and forth action and Pico landed a clean uppercut which had Corrales hurt, but out of nowhere Corrales landed a huge right hook over the top and knocked Pico clean out at 1:07 second of round 1.

The main event at the Forum was between MMA heavyweight legend Fedor Emelianenko and Bellator light heavyweight champion Ryan Bader. The fight started with both fighters quick on their feet and studying each others movement.

However, it didn’t last long and Bader brutally knocked out Fedor in about 35-seconds of the first round to become Bellator’s first two-division champion.

Bellator 214 fight card/results

Fedor Emelianenko vs. Ryan Bader — Heavyweight title
Henry Corrales def. Aaron Pico via first-round TKO (punches)
Jake Hager def. J.W. Kiser via first-round submission (arm triangle)
Juan Archuleta def. Ricky Bandejas via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Adel Altamimi def. Brandon McMahon via first-round submission (armbar)


Vince McMahon’s message to Jack Swagger ahead of his MMA debut: Don’t lose!




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