Bellator 107 took place last night and we’ve got all the results for you below.

In the main event Cheick Kongo won Bellator’s heavyweight tournament by beating up Peter Graham over the course of three rounds.

Kongo always had the upperhand here, but really came into his own in the later rounds as Graham began to tire.

Earlier, Joe Warren won the season nine bantamweight tournament by TKO’ing Travis Marx mid-way through the second round.

Warren was dominating the fight before landing a perfect knee to the face from the clinch that instantly collapsed Marx to the canvas, with a few ground and pound strikes finishing off the job.

Brennan Ward was also crowned the middleweight tournament champion on the night after he briefly dropped Mikkel Parlo with a punch in the second round and then when he rose back up managed to unleash a vicious barrage of uppercuts to his body.

He then started to throw bombs, and with his opponent backed up against the cage eatings shots and barely defending himself the ref called an end to the contest, giving Ward the TKO win.

In the other main card fight, Derek Campos comfortably claimed a unanimous decision victory over Martin Stapleton in a 157lb catchweight bout.

Main Card:

Cheick Kongo defeated Peter Graham by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Joe Warren defeated Travis Marx by TKO (Strikes, 2nd Round, 1:56)

Brennan Ward defeated Mikkel Parlo by TKO (Strikes, 2nd Round, 1:39)

Derek Campos defeated Martin Stapleton by Unanimous Decision

Prelims:

Patricky Pitbull defeated Edson Berto by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

Jonas Billstein defeated Cortez Coleman by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Mike Mucitelli defeated Ryan McCurdy by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28

Raphael Butler defeated Josh Burns by Verbal Submission (Strikes, 1st Round, 2:14)

Linton Vassell defeated Matt Jones by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-26, 30-26)

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