Bellator 240 Full Coverage

A day after Bellator 239 took place at the WinStar World Casino in Thackerville, Oklahoma, USA, the promotion went overseas for Bellator 240. The huge fight card took place from the 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland.

Quick Results – click a fight to skip to it’s part:

Prelims (Youtube / DAZN)

Bout 1: Constantin Blanita def. Asael Adjoudj via Decision, Split

Bout 2: Ciaran Clarke def. Jamie Faulding via Decision, Unanimous

Bout 3: Blaine O’Driscoll def. Ezzoubair Bouarsa via TKO, Punches (RD 1, 4:12)

Bout 4: Calum Murrie def. Dylan Logan via Submission, Rear Naked Choke (RD 1, 4:02)

Bout 5: Chris Duncan def. Mateusz Piskorz via TKO, Punches (RD 2, 2:43)

Bout 6: Will Fleury def. Justin Moore via Submission, Arm Triangle Choke (RD 1, 4:14)

Bout 7: Alberth Dias def. Richie Smullen via Decision, Split

Bout 8: Danni Neilan def. Chiara Penco via Decision, Unanimous

Bout 9: Georgi Karakhanyan def. Paul Redmond via Submission, Guillotine Choke (RD 2, 0:42)

Bout 10: George Hardwick def. Richard Kiely via Submission, Mounted Guillotine Choke (RD 2, 3:40)

Bellator 240 (DAZN)

Bout 11: Oliver Enkamp def. Lewis Long via KO, Spinning Back Fist (RD 1, 4:10)

Bout 12: Ricky Bandejas def. Frans Mlambo via KO, Left Hook (RD 2, 1:25)

Bout 13: Bec Rawlings def. Elina Kallionidou via Decision, Unanimous

Bout 14: Kiefer Crosbie def. Iamik Furtado via Decision, Split

Bout 15: Brent Primus def. Chris Bungard via Submission, Neck Crank (RD 1, 1:55)

Bellator European Series 8 (Youtube)

Bout 16: Austin Clem def. Aaron Chalmers via Decision, Unanimous

Bout 17: Charlie Ward def. Kyle Kurtz via TKO, Punches (RD 3, 4:24)

Bout 18: Leah McCourt def. Judith Ruis via Decision, Unanimous

Postlims (Youtube)

Bout 19: Ilias Bulaid def. Diego Freitas via Decision, Unanimous

Full Coverage:

Prelims (Youtube / DAZN)

Bout 1: Asael Adjoudj (0-0) vs. Constantin Blanita (0-0) (Featherweight)

The first fight of the 19-fight card was a double debut between Asael Adjoudj and Constantin Blanita. Blanita tried for a takedown in the second minute, failing to do so. Adjoudj was landing lots of punches. Adjoud was backing up in the fourth minute after being hit by an uppercut. Blanita got a takedown with just over a minute left in the round. Adjoudj got up quickly, although Blanita was still on his back. Blanita caught a leg for a clinch, failing another takedown attempt.

The first minute of the second round saw both fighters throw jabs that didn’t connect. Adjoudj connected with a two-punch combo in the second minute. Moments later, Blanita got a takedown, however Adjoudj was quick to get back up and return to striking. They got landed a good punch each before Blanita failed to shoot a takedown. A right hook connected from Blanita that connected harder than shots before. Blanita went back to hunting for a takedown, dumping Adjoudj down with 90 seconds left in the round. Just like the takedowns before, Adjoudj got up almost immediately. Blanita failed for another takedown in the final 30 seconds of the round. He did, however, get one with 10 seconds left in the round.

Blanita got the fight to the ground in the third round by catching a kick. He scored punches before using the leg to get a takedown. Adjoudj started to bleed from his face. Adjoudj got to his feet, but was kept against the cage by Blanita. With a minute and a half left in the fight, Blanita tripped Adjoudj to get him back to the ground. They got back to their feet for the final few seconds of the round. After a dominant performance, Constantin Blanita was rewarded with the first win of his professional career (29-28 Blanita, 29-28 Adjoudj & 29-29 Blanita).

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Adjoudj 9 9 9 27
Blanita 10 10 10 30

Bout 2: Ciaran Clarke (1-0) vs. Jamie Faulding (1-0) (Featherweight)

In the next fight, two fighters who have achieved a win before return looking to do it again. England’s Jamie Faulding made the trip to Dublin to face Ireland’s own Ciaran Clarke. Clarke got a takedown early. Faulding threatened a guillotine choke from the bottom Faulding was able to flip into top position. He tried for an armbar, although Clarke was able to avoid the threat and take top position again. They stayed on the ground until the round ended.

Clarke got a takedown to start the second round. Faulding tried for a guillotine choke from the bottom, keeping ahold of the choke whole switching to the top. He got back to his back when trying for the choke again. Clarke picked up the ground and pound pace from top position. Faulding got cracked by an elbow, bleeding quite a bit from the nose before the round ended. Clarke was throwing lots of elbows in the closing seconds.

Just like the round before, Clarke started the round with a takedown. He threw strikes periodically, keeping the position for quite some time. With a minute and a half to go, Faulding started to bleed hard. He was pouring blood out of his nose, causing a huge mess on the canvas. After a brutal last round beating, Ciaran Clarke got his second win as a pro (30-26, 30-26 & 29-27)

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Clarke 9 10 10 29
Faulding 10 9 8 27

Bout 3: Blaine O’Driscoll (7-3) vs. Ezzoubair Bouarsa (7-1) (Flyweight)

After two fights with less experienced fighters, the more experienced fighters Blaine O’Driscoll and Ezzoubair Bouarsa competed. The fighters were both swinging heavy right off the bat. Bouarsa tried for a guillotine choke while standing, however O’Driscoll got out quickly. Bouarsa caught a knee, getting a takedown from it. They got back up and returned to striking quite quickly. O’Driscoll dropped Bouarsa with a combination of punches in the fourth minute. Bouarsa recovered, getting back to the feet. Bouarsa shot for a takedown but had it denied. Backed against the cage, O’Driscoll dropped Bouarsa with punches again, landing a few more punches before the referee stepped in. Getting the first stoppage of the evening, Blaine O’Driscoll stopped Ezzoubair Bouarsa within five.

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
O’Driscoll
Bouarsa

Bout 4: Dylan Logan (4-3) vs. Calum Murrie (4-2) (Featherweight)

The next fight saw featherweights Dylan Logan and Calum Murrie battle. The fight was the Bellator debut for Murrie. Murrie got a takedown after Logan charged forward with a few strikes. Logan tried for a triangle choke from the bottom, really squeezing on it for a while. Murrie eventually escaped, taking the back of Logan for a moment. Murrie took top position again, getting into side control for an arm triangle for a moment. He got on Logan’s back again, putting in a rear naked choke. Logan broke free, although he tapped out when Murrie put the choke back in. After a hectic ground-game round, Calum Murrie got a debut win in Bellator. 

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Logan
Murrie

Bout 5: Mateusz Piskorz (14-5) vs. Chris Duncan (5-0) (Catchweight 161 lbs)

Undefeated Chris Duncan put his skills to the test against Mateusz Piskorz in the next fight. Piskorz went into a clinch very early on, not getting a takedown. He got a takedown moments later upon second attempt. Duncan got to his feet shortly, bringing the fight back to striking. In the second minute, Duncan landed a cleen right cross. Piskorz was throwing lots of elbows to the head. Duncan was the fighter constantly taking the steps forward. Piskorz taking lots of punches to the face, and the damage was starting to show as the round was winding down. Piskorz was taking many punches near the end of the round. Duncan scored a double leg takedown in the last few seconds.

Duncan shot for a takedown as the second round started. Duncan was moving like the fresher fighter in this round. Piskorz tried for a takedown two minutes into the fight, failing to do so as well. Backed up against the cage again, Piskorz was hit with numerous hooks until the referee stepped in. Showing his powerful striking, Chris Duncan remained undefeated.

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Piskorz 8
Duncan 10

Bout 6: Will Fleury (6-2) vs. Justin Moore (9-4) (Middleweight)

SBG Ireland’s Will Fleury fought Justin Moore in the next matchup. Fleury dropped Moore with a combination of strikes in the first minute. Moore got up, but was caught in a guillotine choke. Fleury let go of the hold, landing a takedown. Moore held a guillotine choke on the bottom, but Fleury escaped while in side control. Fleury got on Moore’s back for a moment, but Moore slipped out of the position and went into a clinch on the feet. Fleury got another takedown with just under two minutes to go. Moore got top position in half guard. Moore tried for a guillotine choke, going on his back again. Fleury escaped quite easily, then putting in an arm triangle choke which made Moore tap out quickly. Getting back in the win column after a decision loss, Will Fleury got a submission victory.

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Fleury
Moore

Bout 7: Richie Smullen (5-1-1) vs. Alberth Dias (4-2) (Featherweight)

The next preliminary fight was between Richie Smullen and Alberth Dias. Smullen tried for a takedown in the first minute of the fight. Being up against the cage, Dias was able to resist it. Smullen got his opponent to their knees for a moment before they got back up in the clinch still. Dias landed some strikes to the head while Smullen kept a hold of one of his legs. They went to the ground halfway through the round, with Dias getting top position in half guard. They got back up, with Smullen trying for a takedown again. Smullen kept pressing on Dias until the round ended.

Dias swept Smullen to the ground during a striking exchange to start the second round. Dias got on Smullen’s back for a moment before they got back up in the clinch. Smullen tried for a takedown, although it was Dias that got control on the ground. Smullen got top position after getting Dias off of his back. Dias stood up with over a minute left in the round. Smullen got Dias to his knees before hopping on his back. He tried for a rear naked choke as the round was running out of time.

The final round of the fight started with Smullen shooting for a takedown. Dias caught him on the way in, throwing him to the ground to get a takedown. Smullen was able to get top position on the ground quickly. Dias tried for a guillotine from the bottom. They stood up and went back down to the ground, with Smullen popping out of the choke when they went down. Dias took top position with over a minute to go. Smullen was hit with strikes, with one of them cutting him open. Smullen tried for a heel hook which never threatened Dias. The round ended with Dias landing strikes on Smullen. Going to the scorecards, Alberth Dias got two of the three judges to side with him, earning him the win (29-28 Smullen, 29-28 Dias & 29-28 Dias).

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Smullen 9 10 9 28
Dias 10 9 10 29

Bout 8: Danni Neilan (1-0) vs. Chiara Penco (4-1) (Strawweight)

Undefeated Danni Neiland fought Chiara Penco in the next fight. Penco was landing hard right hand punches in the first minute of the fight. She also landed some knees in a clinch. Neilan put Penco in a clinch against the cage after two minutes of stand-up. She got a takedown with two minutes left in the round. Penco was cut open from a strike beside her left eye. Neilan kept top position until the round ended.

Neilan landed some shots in the first minute of the second round before getting a takedown. Penco tried for an armbar from the bottom position, but Neilan was able to escape it quickly. Neilan kept top position for the entire round.

The third round started with stand-up from both fighters. Neilan got another takedown with three minutes to go. Just like the rounds before, Neilan kept control in top position, throwing strikes periodically until the round ran out of time. All judges were in agreement that Danni Neilan won the fight (30-27, 30-27 & 29-28).

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Neilan 10 10 10 30
Penco 9 9 9 27

Bout 9: Paul Redmond (15-8) vs. Georgi Karakhanyan (28-10-1) (Lightweight)

Two very experienced lightweights in Paul Redmond and Georgi Karakhanyan fought in the next bout. Redmond was dumped to the ground in the first minute, however Karakhanyan let him get up. In a clinch, Redmond threw Karakhanyan for a takedown. They got up a few moments later. A break came with three minutes to go due to an eye poke. In a clinch with two minutes left, Karakhanyan got a takedown. Redmond landed some elbows to the head from bottom position.

Karakhanyan landed punches early in the seconde round that had Remond hurt. Karakhanyan put in a guillotine choke from a clinch. Going to the ground, Karakhanyan eventually put Redmond out cold with the choke. In a fight he dedicated to his newborn son, Georgi Karakhanyan got a win with a perfectly timed choke.

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Redmond 9
Karakhanyan 10

Bout 10: Richard Kiely (3-2) vs. George Hardwick (4-1) (175 lbs)

The final preliminary fight saw Richard Kiely and George Hardwick fight in a catchweight 175-pound fight. Kiely had his hands down in stand-up. Hardwick put Kiely against the cage in the second minute. He tried for a takedown for many minutes, getting it in the final 20 seconds of the round.

Hardwick got another takedown early in the second round. Hardwick eventually got on Kiely’s back, throwing some strikes. He got another takedown when they got up. Getting into full mount, Hardwick put in a guillotine which made Kiely tap out. With a strong performance on the ground, George Hardwick got pro win number five.

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Kiely 9
Hardwick 10

Bellator 240 (DAZN)

Bout 11: Oliver Enkamp (8-2) vs. Lewis Long (17-5) (Welterweight)

The Bellator 240 main card started with Oliver Enkamp facing Lewis Long. Enkamp clinched up immediately, putting Long against the cage. Long tried for a guillotine while standing. Enkamp escaped, landing strikes on Long as he pressed him against the cage. They went back to striking with three minutes to go. Long got a takedown after Enkamp threw a kick. They got up quickly, going back to a clinch. Long tried again for the guillotine. When going back to striking, Enkamp landed a spinning backfist which dropped Long. A few moments later, the referee stepped in. With the flashy win, Oliver Enkamp his second victory in Bellator.

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Enkamp
Long

Bout 12: Ricky Bandejas (12-3) vs. Frans Mlambo (8-4) (Bantamweight)

The next fight saw Bellator bantamweights Ricky Bandejas and Frans Mlambo compete. Both of them were coming into this fight on a previous Bellator win. Mlambo was the more aggressive striker at the start. Mlambo dropped Bandejas with punches with two minutes to go. On the ground, Mlambo took the back of Bandejas, trying for a rear naked choke. They got up in clinch with a minute to go.

Mlambo caught Bandejas with strikes again early in the second round. A minute into the fight, Bandejas threw a leg kick which Mlambo caught. While Mlambo had a hold of a leg, Bandejas landed many punches which dropped Mlambo cold. Turning the tides in only moments, Ricky Bandejas got the win.

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Bandejas 9
Mlambo 10

Bout 13: Bec Rawlings (7-9) vs. Elina Kallionidou (7-3) (Flyweight)

Former UFC fighter Bec Rawlings fought Elina Kallionidou in the next fight. Rawlings was aggressive right off the bat, throwing hooks at Kallionidou. Kallionidou clinched up, although Rawlings got the takedown. Rawlings got on Kallionidou’s back after a minute and some on the ground. In a crucifix position, Rawlings landed punches and elbows to the head. On their feet, they went back down as Rawlings attempted a kimura. She let go of the hold, getting on the back of Kallionidou. The position was flipped by Kallionidou eventually. Rawlings tried for the kimura again, retaking top position. They went back to their feet for the final few seconds of the round.

Kallionidou opened the second round by landing a combination of strikes. They clinched up for a moment before Kallionidou went back to swinging. She landed a few more before they clinched up again. Kallionidou scored with even more punches before Rawlings got a takedown in the second minute. Kallionidou tried for a triangle choke from the bottom position. Rawlings was able to roll out and land some strikes to the head while on top. Rawlings stepped into half guard, then went into full mount. Rawlings took the back of Kallionidou and tried for a rear naked choke as the round ran out of time.

Kallionidou started the final round with a few more clean punches. Rawlings avoided more damage by getting a takedown. In the third minute, Rawlings tried for an armbar. They got back up with two minutes left in the fight. Rawlings was backed against the cage, getting his with punches to the head and kicks to the body. They were both tired, but Rawlings seemed more fatigued. Rawlings tried for another takedown, getting on the back of Kallionidou while on the feet. They went back down with a minute to go. Rawlings put in a rear naked choke in the final few moments of the round. She tried for it until the fight ran out of time. Going to the scorecards, Bec Rawlings got her first MMA win in years (30-27, 30-27 & 29-28).

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Rawlings 10 9 10 29
Kallionidou 9 10 9 28

Bout 14: Kiefer Crosbie (7-1) vs. Iamik Furtado (6-1) (Catchweight 160 lbs)

In the next fight, Ireland’s own Kiefer Crosbie fought Iamik Furtado in a catchweight 160-pound fight. James Gallagher was shown at cageside for this fight, supporting Crosbie. This was the first fight of the evening where the crowd seemed alive and cheering for a fighter. They clinched up early. They separated after a minute and a half. Furtado pushed forward with some strikes that made Crosbie shell up. Furtado slipped after throwing a teep kick, making the fight go to the ground. Crosbie was able to get on Furtado’s back with two minutes to go in the round. Furtado flipped over and got to his feet with 30 seconds left. He forced Crosbie to get up as the round ended.

The second round was on the feet for a few minutes. It was slow paced, with Furtado not having the hectic flurries of offence he had in the first round. Furtado was landing lots of kicks to the leg. Throughout the slow paced striking round, Furtado was the much more active fighter.

Furtado started the final round with sharp striking again. Crosbie started to pick up the pace about halfway through the round. With a minute to go, Furtado caught a kick, dumping Crosbie to the ground. Crosbie stayed on the ground until the referee forced him to get up. Crosbie let punches go in the final minute. He caught a leg kick for a takedown. Crosbie hammered away with some punches to the body. They got back up before the fight ran out of time. After a close fight, Kiefer Crosbie won over two of the three judges to get the win (29-28 Crosbie, 29-28 Furtado & 29-28 Crosbie).

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Crosbie 10 9 10 29
Furtado 9 10 9 28

Bout 15: Brent Primus (9-1) vs. Chris Bungard (15-5) (Lightweight)

The main event of Bellator 240 was Brent Primus fighting Chris Bungard. Worth noting that Bungard missed weight for this bout. Primus shot for a takedown in the first minute. While Primus tried for the takedown he took some elbows to the head. Putting Bungard on his back, Primus was in half guard. He went into full mount. Bungard flipped over, letting Primus take the back. Primus landed some hammerfist strikes before trying for a neck crank that made Bungard tap out. Former Bellator Lightweight Champion Brent Primus continued his second campaign, getting his second first round stoppage win in a row.

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Primus
Bungard

Bellator European Series 8 (Youtube)

Bout 16: Aaron Chalmers (5-1) vs. Austin Clem (3-1) (Welterweight)

After Bellator 240, the three-fight Bellator European Series card began. The first fight was between welterweights Aaron Chalmers and Austin Clem. Chalmers landed some knees in the first minute. Clem got a takedown, keeping Chalmers on his back for the rest of the round.

Clem clinched up early in the second round. Chalmers scored with a knee and some punches. Clem kept trying for the takedown. The fight went to the ground again a minute into the round. In full mount, Clem let some punches go in this round. Just like the round before, they didn’t get back on the feet after Clem brought it down.

Chalmers started the final round with leg kicks. It didn’t take long for Clem to get another takedown. Chalmers tried for a guillotine from the bottom, with Clem escaping after a few moments. Using the strategy that worked for him for the two rounds before, Clem held top position with strikes until the round ended. He tried for an arm triangle choke for a minute, not getting it. Going to the scorecard, it was no surprise that Austin Clem would get the win (30-27, 30-27 & 30-26).

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Chalmers 9 9 9 27
Clem 10 10 10 30

Bout 17: Charlie Ward (7-4) vs. Kyle Kurtz (10-7) (Middleweight)

Experienced middleweights Charlie Ward and Kyle Kurtz battled in the next fight. In the first minute, Ward clinched up after throwing a three-hook combination. He got a takedown a minute later, however Kurtz was quick to get back up in the clinch. Halfway through the round, Ward brought the fight back down. Throwing strikes frequently, Ward kept the top position until the round expired.

A minute into the second round, Ward got the fight to the ground again. They got to their feet in a clinch with two minutes to go. Ward got his third takedown seconds later. Strikes from Ward started to cause bruising on Kurtz’s forehead.

To start the final round, Ward dodged a flying knee in the first minute, scoring with a punch before clinching up again. Kurtz got cut open from a strike in the clinch. Ward got a takedown in the second minute of the round. They got back to their feet in a clinch halfway through the round. Ward got another takedown with two minutes to go. Kurtz was bleeding quite a bit now. Ward picked up the pace of punches, throwing many while Kurtz stood back up in a clinch. A pause came to allow a doctor to check out the cut of Kurtz. Kurtz was struggling to stand upright and was breathing heavily when the pause happened. They resumed in a clinch against the cage. Ward kept with the punches until the referee eventually saw enough. Charlie Ward got the win after a dominant wrestling performance.

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Ward 10 10
Kurtz 9 9

Bout 18: Leah McCourt (3-1) vs. Judith Ruis (6-4) (Featherweight)

Main eventing the European Series card, up and coming fighter Leah McCourt fought Judith Ruis. They had a slow stand-up battle in the first minute. McCourt got a takedown in the second minute, however Ruis was able to fight her way back to the feet moments later. Ruis put McCourt in a clinch against the fencing. In the clinch, McCourt got a trip takedown. 10 seconds later, McCourt stood up and threw leg kicks to Ruis. Ruis got back up, clinching with McCourt again. In the fourth minute of the round, McCourt landed a judo throw to get Ruis back down. Ruis was able to take top position on the ground. She tried for an armbar, getting it in for a few seconds. McCourt escaped, landing some punches in full mount as the round ran out of time.

Ruis put McCourt against the cage in the second minute of the second round. McCourt threw Ruis for another takedown. She got on the back of Ruis, looking for a rear naked choke. Ruis was able to flip over and take top position. The round ended with Ruis in half guard.

McCourt got a single leg takedown to start the final five minutes. McCourt had to retake the position after Ruis almost got ahold of an ankle. Ruis stood up again in the second minute, going back down into half guard. McCourt threw elbows from the top. They stood up with under a minute to go. McCourt landed a punch and then went in for another takedown from a clinch. She held top position until the round ended. Going to the judges, all were in agreement that Leah McCourt did enough to win (29-28, 29-28 & 30-27). She celebrated with her daughter after the fight.

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
McCourt 10 10 10 30
Ruis 9 9 9 27

Postlims (Youtube)

Bout 19: Ilias Bulaid (1-0) vs. Diego Freitas (0-0) (Featherweight)

 

Before the long evening of fights concluded, there was one postlim. In front of a nearly cleared out crowd. Ilias Bulaid fought Diego Freitas, who was making his professional debut. Bulaid showed his fast and sharp striking at the start, making Freitas shell up against the cage. Bulaid pushed the pace of the fight throughout. Freitas heated up a little more as the round closed out.

Bulaid kept trying but never really connected with an elbow to the head. Bulaid strung together a four-punch combination in the first minute of the second round. Another multi-punch combo came a minute later. They kept the fast striking going throughout the round. It was clear that Bulaid was the better fighter, however Feitas didn’t fall much farther behind him.

In the final minute of the third round, Bulaid really amped up his offence. He threw more fast combinations. He threw Freitas to the ground, landing more as Freitas was getting back up. After over 10 minutes of striking, Freitas got a takedown. They got back up with over a minute to go. Bulaid threw Freitas down, making him stand back up to continue the striking. Bulaid caught a teep kick in the final minute, countering with a spinning back kick. After a 15-minute long striking battle that raised the stock of both fighters, Ilias Bulaid came out on top (30-27, 30-27 & 30-27).

My Scorecard:

Fighter Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Bulaid 10 10
Freitas 9 9

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