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.