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Bellator 288 Results: Live Streaming Updates By Play | Nimkov v. Anderson 2

Bellator 288 Results: Live Streaming Updates By Play |  Nimkov v. Anderson 2

The Bellator 288 is primed and ready to go down LATER TONIGHT (Friday, November 18, 2022) inside the Wintrust Arena in Chicago, Illinois, featuring a championship doubleheader. In the main event of the evening, Light Heavyweight captain Vadim Nemkov will rematch Cory Anderson in the Grand Prix Final. The co-headlining of the event will be an intriguing lightweight fight as Patricky Pitbull puts his 155-pound belt on the line against Usman Nurmagomedov.

Many of our readers check in before, during and after the fights to share their thoughts on all the action going into 6 p.m. ET With “Prelims” on YouTube and then moving on to Showtime at 9 p.m. ET to make the master card. Feel free to leave a comment (or 288) about the spells and chat with all the other lunatics during the show – it’s always so much fun!

Bellator 288 fast results:

205lbs: Champion Vadim Nemkov vs. Corey Anderson
155lbs: Champion Patricky Pitbull vs. Usman Nurmagomedov
145 lbs: Daniel and Eshel vs. Timur Khizrev
265 lbs: Terrell Fortune against. Daniel James – James via second-round TKO
170 lbs: Roman Faraldo against. Levan Chokheli – Chokheli by unanimous decision
185 lbs: Imam Shafi Aliyev against. Shawn Fallon – Aliyev via first-round TKO (doctor stop)
155 lbs: Archie Colgan against. Jesse Hannam – Colgan via first-round TKO
185 lbs: Jordan Newman against. Jaden Tolker-Newman via second round submission (Guillotine Choke)
155 lbs: Kelis Mota against. Jairo Pacheco – Mota by unanimous decision
205 lbs: Sullivan Cooley against. Jay Radek-Cowley via first-round knockout
145 lbs: Laird Anderson against. Rob Finkel-Anderson via second-round TKO
145 lbs: Isaiah Hockett against. Matthias Nader – Hockett via second-round TKO
265 lbs.: Vlad Gouveia vs. Corey Mujenberg-Juvia via second-round TKO

Bellator 288 play-by-play:

a hero Vadim Nemkov against. Corey Anderson

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a hero Patricky Pitbull against. Usman Nurmagomedov

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Daniel Eichel against Timur Khizriev

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Terrell Fortune against. Daniel James

First round: they touch the glove. Fortune’s tricky low kick to get things started. another but James catches it and sends him crashing to the canvas. Fortune gets up and James grabs him and pushes him towards the cage, and Fortune reverses his position. There he stopped working after Fortune kneed his opponent in the groin area. Fortune shoots for takedown as soon as work resumes, and he gets it. There is not much work on the ground. Fortune offers a few shots at James’ side, but nothing seems to hurt him. James the Duck is sitting with Fortune above him. James Trace gets up and Fortune takes his back and plunges into a naked choke from behind. It’s tight and James fights hands, reverses position and begins dropping bombs on Fortune to close out the round. Wild! Very close tour. 10-9 is fortune

Round 2: James built a huge lead in the opening seconds of Round 2 knocking down Fortune! He pounces and starts letting his elbows fly. one after one. The referee gives Fortune time to recover but he has seen enough. Fabulous! What a start from James!

End result: James def. Fortune via second-round TKO


Roman Faraldo against. Levan Khokhili

Round 1: Both men come out swinging and Chokheli goes early for the takedown, gets it. Chokheli nearly chokes but Faralod escapes. Back on their feet, Chokheli let his fists fly as he momentarily shook Faraldo. Chokheli goes for the takedown, stuffing and a nice judo throw from Farlaldo, who ends up in the Mount position. That was smooth. Farldo started letting the elbows fly and Chokheli somehow reversed his position and is now on guard. Chokheli doesn’t make much of this stand. Get some space and start with ground and pound. Faraldo tries to get back up but Chokheli holds his position. Faraldo scrambles, but he can’t break away from his opponents’ tight grip. This was a close run but Chokheli took it. 10-9 Chokheli

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Round two: Faraldo lands a right hand and Chokeley goes again for takedown, but it’s stuffed. They swing for the fences, but Chokheli doesn’t like it one bit and grabs Faraldo and pushes him towards the cage. Chokheli is on Faraldo’s open guard. Chokheli gets Faraldo’s back and is now looking for the naked choke from behind. Faraldo runs away but gets kicked in the face by Chokheli. Chokheli grabs Faraldo’s fist and pulls it to the fence, but he eats some elbow to the side of the head for his troubles. Chokheli with a nice right but Faraldo drops it with a nice right hand and pounces. Chokheli tries to stay alive while Faraldo unleashes hell with his fists. He is out of trouble for now. Faraldo now lands several blows to the side of the head and a point is deducted for grabbing the fence. He finishes the round with a non-stop elbow. He would have won the Tour had he not grabbed the fence. 9-9

Round 3: Faraldo needs to finish because if he wins this round, the fight will be a draw. Faraldo swings hard but nothing connects cleanly. Chokheli shoots the takedown but is stuffed again. Both men slowed slightly in the third and final round after putting up some heat in the first two rounds. Left hook from Chokheli and Faraldo returns the fire with a clean right hand. Chokheli changes level and finally gets the takedown. It’s a critical takedown that will net him points in the round. Faraldo needs to work his way up to try to get a putt or try to secure a serve from the floor. Chokheli has a great location and he’s not about to leave it. Chokheli receives a warning from the reference to work a little more. Faraldo works hard to get up, but Chokheli doesn’t budge with a minute left in the fight. The fight ends in the same stance with Chokheli on top and Faraldo trying to get to his feet. 10-9 Chokheli

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The final result: Chukeli defeated. Faraldo via unanimous decision


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