Bellator 175 took place last night from the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois and was headlined by Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal defeating Quinton “Rampage” Jackson by unanimous decision in a heavyweight bout.
In the co-main event of the fight card, Emmanuel Sanchez won his second straight fight as he scored a decision victory over former bantamweight champion Marcos Galvao in a catchweight bout of 149 pounds.
TheMMAReport.com has put together post fight statistics from Friday’s fight card.
- King Mo now has ten wins in Bellator and he is tied with Rick Hawn, Douglas Lima, Andrey Koreshkov and Patricky Pitbull for the 4th most wins in Bellator history.
- Bellator 175 was the 14th fight for Lawal in Bellator and this ties him with Rick Hawn, Daniel Straus and Brennan Ward for the 4th most fights in Bellator history.
- King Mo has the 9th most cage time in Bellator history (2:42:45).
- The defeat for Rampage Jackson snaps a five fight winning streak.
- Since winning his Bellator debut by submission, Emmanuel Sanchez has gone to the decision in his last 8 fights and now has the 17th most cage time in Bellator history (2:02:18).
- Marcos Galvao has now dropped two of his last three fights and both of those defeats have come by unanimous decision.
- Sergei Kharitonov scored his 14th career win by TKO/KO with a first round victory over Chase Gormley and he is 6-1 in his last seven fights.
- Chase Gormley falls to 2-2 in Bellator and both of his defeats in Bellator have come by TKO/KO.
- Noad Lahat improved to 2-0 in Bellator as he submitted Lloyd Carter in the second round.
- Lloyd Carter has lost back to back fights and six of his nine career defeats have come by submission.
- Steve Kozola now owns the 2nd fastest victory in Bellator lightweight division history with his 25-second TKO win over Jake Roberts.
- After starting 7-0, Jake Roberts has now dropped back to back fights.