INGLEWOOD, Calif. — Chael Sonnen was giving up 31 pounds to Quinton Jackson on Saturday night. The fight served as a lesson in mixed martial arts, though. It wasn’t the size of “Rampage” or the power in his hands that made all the difference. It was the wily Sonnen’s technique and superior wrestling and grappling skills that won the day.
INGLEWOOD, Calif. — Four fighters at Bellator 192 cleared a guaranteed six figures Saturday night, led by the two Bellator Heavyweight World Grand Prix tournament participants. Both Chael Sonnen and Quinton Jackson made a guaranteed $300,000 for their main event bout at The Forum, per a document obtained by MMA Fighting from the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC). Sonnen defeated “Rampage” by unanimous decision to advance into the semifinals of the eight-man, yearlong tourney.
LOS ANGELES — Joey Davis might be a bit biased. He and his family have known Quinton Jackson for decades at this point. So Davis, one of Bellator’s top prospects, feels like he has to pick “Rampage” to beat Chael Sonnen at Bellator 192 on Saturday night at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif.“I’m a wrestler, but I know ‘Rampage,’” said Davis, who fights Ian Butler on the card. “He been knowing me since I was a baby, so ‘Rampage’ is gonna win. … I’m gonna say ‘Rampage.’ Maybe knockout. Hopefully.
@thechin_ I’m not nearly as confident. I’m not sure they’ve built any of the above. Dana White undercuts everyone. Cyborg, Woodley, DJ, Nunes, Stipe, just did it to Usman. It’s hard to build stars when the promoter craps on them.
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