Bellator 125 Post Fight Statistics: George Zuniga scored 4th fastest TKO/KO win in middleweight division history

Bellator 125 took place on Friday night at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, California and the main card on Spike TV was headlined by Melvin Manhoef securing a title shot with a first round victory against Doug Marshall. B125 WI

Also on the main card, Rafael Carvalho won his Bellator debut with a first round victory over Brian Rogers in his United States debut. has put together post fight statistics from the fight card and are available below.

  • Manhoef has now won back to back fights and both victories have come by knockout in the first round.
  • After winning four straight fights in Bellator, Marshall has dropped back to back fights.
  • Nine of Carvalho’s ten victories have come by TKO/KO.
  • The defeat for Rogers brings his Bellator record to 4-5 and three of those defeats have come by TKO/KO.
  • Javy Ayala has gone 3-0 in Bellator and all three victories have come by stoppage.
  • Goiti Yamauchi is now tied with multiple fighters for the 3rd most submission victories in Bellator featherweight competition.
  • Martin Stapleton has dropped all three of his fights in Bellator and two of the defeats have come by submission in the first round.
  • The four main card fights lasted a total of 10 minutes and 31 seconds.
  • Julio Cesar Neves improved to 30-0 with a first round victory over Poppies Martinez by TKO and he now has 19 wins by TKO/KO.
  • George Zuniga stopped Granson Clark in 34 seconds with a TKO win and this is now the 4th fastest TKO/KO win in Bellator middleweight division history.