Bellator 281 Results: Logan Storley wins Michael ‘Venom’ page, Paul Daley comes out with boom

Some may object, but Logan Storley is the new Bellator welterweight champion.

On Friday night at the SSE Arena in London, Storley met country champion Michael Page in a big Bellator 281 event. The most frustrating part for the English team, was Storley who left the field with gold, winning a fight that could be described as rare.

“Venom” started the ball well, using his karate signature to establish a long shot and a Storley punch for the first time. But the NCAA All-American managed to grab Page and knock him down. However, Page was hard to catch, and Storley was forced to spend a lot of time catching an interested professional, rather than destructive.

The process continued in the second and third stages, Storley only reached the pages but failed to disappoint. The blade, meanwhile, was unsightly, but with a slight shift in the foot, the blade blurred, causing the bumps to appear on Storley’s right eye.

In the fourth round, Page managed to avoid long-term volatility and as a result, he had a very good competition, but still stopped relegation at the end of the fourth. When the fifth started, Storley quickly returned to work with wrestling, and this time, he was able to lower Page and hold the defensive half for a while.

In the end, Storley oversaw most of the fights, but it was Page who caused the most damage. The judges did not decide to reward him for this, however, Storley won a split in the 48-47, 47-48, and 49-46, to win his first world title.

The win puts Storley 14-1 in his game and could see him return to the top of the table against Amosov if the undisputed winner can return to the game soon.

At the convention this evening, Fabian Edwards secured the victory of his career, opening the doors of Lyoto Machida in just three minutes.

Machida came out looking to use his signature and walked to establish several colors, but Edwards did not allow the “Dragon” to go away, and after the first hospital, Edwards shook Machida with a bad elbow during a break. From there, Edwards poured the penalty, with his left hand knocking down the former UFC leader and the others following down-and-pounds to turn off his lights completely.

The victory saw Edwards win two fights, and Friday’s fight is now the fourth in a row following Machida’s loss.

In the women’s flyweight bout, Kana Watanabe also said he was ready to beat Liz Carmouche again, sending Denise Kielholtz to the second round.

Kielholtz came out forcefully to start, injuring Watanabe early and then giving a shock when he was brought down. But the Bellator Kickboxing flyweight champion suffered second, leaving the early takedown and proving he could not escape the fights to fight the murder of Watanabe was forced. In the end, Watanabe was locked in a three-yard touchdown pass about halfway through the second half to secure a victory.

Paul Daley the writers are back in his final thrilling battle

In a welterweight bout on the big card, Paul Daley met Wendell Giacomo in what Daley says will be his final MMA fighter – and he has faced some setbacks in the past.

Giacomo sat in the first round as well as the second big part and lowered Daley and led him down. Towards the end of the second round, Daley managed to change position on the ground and both men got up, Daley gave a terrific punch along the fence, and the right hook finished the job and planted Giacomo.

It was a fitting end to Daley’s career, who leaves the game with a history of 44-18-2.

In the card game, Luke Trainer and Simon Biyong went into battle for 15 minutes.

The trainer got off to a good start, straightening out the first line with his fight and almost finished the fight with a naked kick in the back. Momentum completely changed in the second episode when Biyong brought down the Trainer and spent the rest of the season breaking the Coach and looking for the last one. It was the same in Wednesday, with Biyong again leaving Master and going to work on the ground with pounds.

In the end Biyong eventually won a clear decision, in a very good record.

See the full Bellator 281 results below.

great card

  • Logan Storley argues. Michael Page through a split election (48-47, 47-48, 49-46)
  • Fabian Edwards protests. Lyoto Machida via KO (punch) – Round 1, 3:18
  • Kana Watanabe def. Denise Kielholtz via submission (triangle choke) – Round 2, 3:03
  • Paul Daley protests. Wendell Giacomo via KO (punch) – Round 2, 4:09
  • Simon Biyong argues. Luke the Teacher through the final election (29-27, 28-27, 29-28)

first card

  • Daniel Weichel argues. Robert Whiteford via KO (beat) – Round 1, 1:12
  • Elina Kallionidou vs. Kate Jackson via TKO (beat) – Round 2, 4:53
  • Oliver Enkamp argues. Mark Lemminger via submission (buggy choke) – Round 3, 0:25
  • Alfie Davis vs. Tim Wilde was declared the majority (29-27, 28-28, 28-28)
  • Andrew Fisher protests. Attila Korkmaz through a definite election8 (29-2, 29-8, 29-28)
  • Charlie Ward protests. Alan Carlos through the election (30-27, 30-27, 30-25)

  • Maciej Rozanski protests. Lee Chadwick via decision 8 (29-2, 30-27, 30-27)
  • Chiara Penco protests. Lanchana Green via decision 8 (29-2, 30-27, 30-27)

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