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Bellator 290 Results, Bader Defends his Belt in a Send Off Fight

Bellator 290 Fedor Emelianenko retires
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The Bellator 290 results are concluded and Fedor Emelianenko lays his gloves in the octagon. The event was held on February 4, 2023 from the Kia Forum in Las Angeles, CA.

The main event didn’t take long, about one minute, for Ryan Bader to catch Emelianenko with a couple of punches and had him on the canvas raining blows on ‘The Last Emperor’. Another a minute and a half of dominate ground and pound and Ryan Bader defeated Fedor Emelianenko, the first fighter to do it for the second time.

In the co-main event, Larkin defeated Tokov with some impressive takedowns. It was a great fight and the final slam, from Johnny Eblen, left no doubt in the judges minds as all three judges gave this one sided fight the proper outcome. Eblen by unanimous decision.

Bellator 290 Results

Main Card (airing on CBS and Paramount+ 9:00pm ET)

Ryan Bader #c (32-7-0) vs Fedor Emelianenko (40-7-0) – heavyweight title bout – Bader by 1st round KO/TKO

Johnny Eblen (13-0-0) vs Anatoly Tokov (31-3-0) – middleweight title bout – Eblen by unanimous decision

Sabah Homasi (17-11-0) vs Brennan Ward (17-6-0) – welterweight feature bout

Prelims (airing on CBS and Paramount+ 5:55PM ET)

Lorenz Larkin (25-7-0) vs Mukhamed Berkhamov (14-1-0) – welterweight bout – Larkin by 1st round KO

Henry Corrales (21-6-0), (+390) vs Akhmed Magomedov (9-1-0), (-490) – featherweight bout – Corrales by unanimous decision

Steve Mowry (10-0-1) vs Ali Isaev (9-0-1) – heavyweight bout – Unanimous decision drawl

Chris Gonzalez (8-2-0) vs Max Rohskopf (7-2-0) – lightweight bout – Gonzalez via 2nd round TKO

Grant Neal (7-1-0) vs Karl Albrektsson (13-5-0) – light heavyweight bout – Neal by split decision

Alejandra Lara (9-7-0) vs Diana Avsaragova (6-0-0) – women’s flyweight bout – Diana by split decision

Darrion Caldwell (15-6-0) vs Nikita Mikhailov (10-2-0) – bantamweight bout – Mikhailov by unanimous decision

Ethan Hughes (3-1-0) vs Yusuf Karakaya (2-0-0) – welterweight bout – Karakaya by unanimous decision

Isaiah Hokit (3-1-0) vs Peter Ishiguro (0-1-0) – featherweight bout – Hokit by unanious decision

Jaylon Bates (7-0-0) vs Jornel Lugo (8-2-0) – bantamweight bout – Bates by split decision

Neiman Gracie (12-4-0) vs Dante Schiro (8-5-0) – welterweight bout – Gracie by unanimous decision

That wraps it up for the Bellator 290 results, where Ryan Bader did what no man has and boasts two wins over Fedor Emelianenko. Be sure to check back with us when the next event for Bellator, Bellator 291, where Yaroslav Amosov defends his welterweight title against Logan Storley. It’s a highly anticipated rematch with two of the best welterweights to do it.

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