The main card was televised on MTV 2 and it featured four lightweight-tourney bouts. First up was Thiago Michel vs. Rene Nazare. The fight was a back and forth affair and the judges ultimately awarded Thiago Michel the victory via split decision. Next up was a bout between Brent Weedman vs. J.J. Ambrose. Brent Weedman came out the victor via Von Flue choke; something that is also fun to see. It was a dynamic submission and it was set up beautifully.
Next up was a quick affair for Rick Hawn, which showcased the power in his hands against Ricardo Tirloni. Hawn ended the fight in devastating fashion via TKO in the first round. This drop to lightweight certainly seem to be paying dividends in regards to his punching power. It will be interesting to see how far he can advance and possibly fight Michael Chandler for the Bellator lightweight championship of the world.
The main event featured a dynamic lightweight fight between Patricky Pitbull vs. Lloyd Woodard. The fight was the best on the night and even has the potential to be fight of the year. It was non-stop action that displayed viscous hay makers being thrown by both fighters. The fight seemed like it could go either way. Pitbull was landing some beautiful combinations on the feet that seen Woodard back on numerous occasions. The tide certainly turned, however, when Woodard landed a viscous knee that seemed to stun Pitbull. Woodard would later seal up a kimura that forced Pitbull to tap. There was obviously some damage done to Pitbull's arm that compelled him to tap.
Overall it was an exciting night for mixed martial arts, and Bellator certainly puts their name in the hat for mma's best promotion outside the UFC. They constantly bring entertainment to the fans, and the best part about it is that it is absolutely free.