Bellator 138 took place on Friday night at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri and the main card on Spike TV was headlined by Kimbo Slice defeating Ken Shamrock by TKO in the first round.
Also on the main card, Patricio “Pitbull” Freire retained the Bellator featherweight title with a knockout victory in the second round against Daniel Weichel.
TheMMAReport.com has put together post fight statistics from the fight card and are available below.
- Slice returned to MMA for the first time in over five years and this is his first win in MMA since defeating Houston Alexander in 2009.
- Shamrock is now 2-8 in his last ten fights and all of those defeats have come by TKO.
- With the victory over Weichel, Pitbull is now tied with former middleweight champion Alexander Shlemenko for the most wins in Bellator history.
- Bellator 138 marks the 6th TKO/KO win for Pitbull in the Bellator cage and this is tied with Shlemenko and Mike Richman for the 3rd most in Bellator history.
- Pitbull joins Pat Curran as the only featherweight champions in Bellator history to make at least two successful title defenses.
- This is the seventh win in a row for Pitbull and he is tied with Liam McGeary, Will Brooks, and Brandon Halsey for the longest active winning streak in Bellator.
- The defeat for Weichel snaps a seven fight winning streak and his last lost came in 2012 against Musa Khamanaev.
- Bobby Lashley has now won six in a row and is 3-0 in Bellator following his TKO win over Dan Charles.
- Daniel Straus is now tied with Curran, Alexandre Bezzera, and Marlon Sandro for the most submission wins in Bellator featherweight division history following his second round victory against Henry Corrales.
- Straus now has the 2nd most wins in Bellator featherweight division history and tied for 3rd most in Bellator history.
- Michael Chandler snapped a three fight losing streak with a submission victory over Derek Campos and he is now tied with Eddie Alvarez, Alexander Sarnavskiy, and Dave Jansen for 3rd most submission wins in Bellator lightweight division history.
- Chandler is now tied with Marcin Held for the most wins in Bellator lightweight division history.