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Bellator 291 Results: Amosov Cements his Legacy

Yaroslav Amosov after winning at Bellator 291
courtesy of Bellator/YouTube

The Bellator 291 Results are in for Amosov vs Storley 2. The event went down live from the 3 Arena in Dublin, Ireland on Saturday, February 25, 2023, airing on Showtime.

In the main event, Yaroslav Amosov made his debut, since vacating the title to serve his homeland in Ukraine for the past year. An endearing and difficult background set the stage for the unification of the welterweight world championship. The championship currently being held by the interim champion Logan Storley, when he defeated MVP in May of 2022.

Amosov vs Storley 2 may have gone to a decision, but it was not as competitive as their first fight. The first round resulted in Storley wearing damage with a cut over his right eye. The night didn’t get better for Storley after that.

Some serious Yaroslav Amosov leg kicks got Storley’s attention who then shifted to southpaw. Amosov stuffed shots, secured a couple of takedowns, and continued to batter Storley on the feet.


Nobody was surprised when the winner was announced to be Yaroslav Amosov who seemed to have 10-9 rounds in each round of the fight. In the octagon interview he appeared to be nothing but class, thanking the Ukrainian Army and those who help. Below are the remaining nights results.

Bellator 291 Results: Amosov Cements his Legacy

Main Card (airing on Showtime 9:00pm ET)

Yaroslav Amosov (26-0-0), (-165) vs Logan Storley (14-1-0), (+140) – welterweight world championship bout

Pedro Carvalho (12-6-0), (+175) vs Jeremy Kennedy (18-3-0), (-205) – featherweight co-main event

Peter Queally (13-7-1), (-150) vs Bryce Logan (12-7-0), (+130) – lightweight bout

Sinead Kavanagh (8-5-0), (-245) vs Janay Harding (6-7-0), (+205) – women’s featherweight bout

Ciaran Clarke (6-0-0), (-390) vs Loenadro Sinis (11-5-1), (+320) – 147.5 lbs contract weight fight

Prelims (airing on Showtime 5:55PM ET)

Richie Smullen (9-2-1), (+225) vs Piotr Niedzielski (17-4-0), (-265) – feathereight bout

Gokhan Saricam (8-1-0), (+160) vs Oleg Popov (14-1-0), (-190) – heavyweight bout

Khasan Magomedsharipov (7-0-0), (-1050) vs Rafael Hudson (5-4-0), (+700) – featherweight bout

Norbert Novenyi Jr (5-0-0), (-390) vs Andy Manzolo (22-8-0), (+320) – middleweight bout

Darragh Kelly (2-0-0), (-900) vs Dorval Jordan (2-2-0), (+625) – featherweight bout

Asael Adjoudj (4-1-0), (-135) vs Liam McCracken (3-0-0), (+115) – featherweight bout

Elina Kallionidou (9-4-0), (+115) vs Jena Bishop (4-0-0), (-135) – women’s flyweight bout

Kenny Mokhonoana (4-0-0), (-900) vs Craig McIntosh (4-3-0), (+625) – featherweight bout

Daniele Scatizzi (12-6-0), (-215) vs Dmytrii Hrytsenko (6-0-0), (+185) – welterweight bout

Karl Moore (10-2-0), (-140) vs Maciej Rozanski (14-3-0), (+120) – light heavyweight bout

Charlie Ward (10-5-0), (+180) vs Michael Shipman (14-4-0), (-210) – middleweight bout

Brian Moore (15-9-0), (-390) vs Luca Iovine (15-8-0), (+320) – bantamweight bout

Oliver Enkamp (11-3-0), () vs Luca Poclit (7-1-0), () – welterweight bout

That wraps it up for the Bellator 291 results. It was a heartfelt struggle that fans of MMA shared. Yaroslav Amosov proved to be the dominant king of Bellator’s welterweight division.

Bellator continues to bring the heat when Bellator 292 hits Friday, March 10th. In the next event Usman Nurmagomedov defends his lightweight title against Benson Henderson.

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