Bellator 109 took place last night with no less than two tournament finals and a title fight gracing the main card.
In the main event Alexander Shlemenko defended his middleweight title with a first round TKO victory over Doug Marshall, hurting him badly with a body shot, and then targeting the same spot a couple more times until Marshall slumped to the mat.
In the lightweight tournament final, Will Brooks claimed a decisive decision victory against Alexander Sarnvskiy, earning himself the $100,000 prize in the process.
Meanwhile, the welterweight tourmanent also drew to a conclusion with Rick Hawn being declared the winner after he felled Ron Keslar early in the third round with a flush right hand.
In the main card opener, former UFC fighter Terry Etim claimed a dominant win in his Bellator debut, controlling Patrick Cenoble on the mat over the course of 15 minutes.
Alexander Shlemenko def. Doug Marshall via Technical Knockout at 4:28 of Round 1
Will Brooks def. Alexander Sarnavskiy via Unanimous Decision (30-27×2, 30-26)
Rick Hawn def. Ron Keslar via Knockout at :55 of Round 3
Terry Etim def. Patrick Cenoble via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-26)
Mike Bannon def. Ahsan Abdulla via Technical Submission at 1:51 of Round 1 (Head/Arm choke)
Blagoi Ivanov def. Keith Bell via Submission at 3:59 of Round 1 (Rear naked choke)
Goiti Yamauchi def. Saul Almeida via Knockout at 2:04 of Round 1
Bubba Jenkins def. Ian Rammel via Technical Knockout at 2:38 of Round 3
Brent Primus def. Brett Glass via Submission at 3:20 of round 1 (Rear naked choke)
Lester Caslow def. Jay Haas via Submission at 2:44 of Round 3 (Guillotine choke)