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Bellator 108 Results: Rampage Knocks Beltran Out In First Round With One Second Left

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson is back.

With two men who are notorious for throwing leather with knockout power, not many of their power-punches landed in the first round. Rampage seemed to have listened to Joe Rogan’s criticism by adding leg kicks to his moveset, utilizing them to set up his big hooks. Beltran got the opportunity to press Rampage against the fence and did just that, using knees to the body and close uppercuts to get some points on his side.

The two eventually ended up in the middle of the cage again. This time Rampage made sure he wouldn’t get pressed against the fence again. Rampage seemed to realize that his leg kicks were actually connecting as he started using them as standalone strikes.

As we neared the end of the round, Rampage connected with a monstrous shot that dropped Beltran on all fours. Rampage followed up with another hook that forced the referee to call an end to the fight with only one second left.

Quinton Jackson defeated Joey Beltran by way of KO (Punches) 4:59 of Round 1

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15 Comments to Bellator 108 Results: Rampage Knocks Beltran Out In First Round With One Second Left

  1. UFC 84 Forever says:

    Easy win, called it a mile away. Not worth a lot, but congrats to Page.

  2. GRT 3000 says:

    a thrown together fight – former UFC champ and a dude that’s been cut twice.

  3. Bob'O says:

    Happy for Quinton though. I would like to see him retire back in the UFC honestly. I don’t blame the UFC either, they had his back through a lot, prior to how the relationship ceased. It would be nice to see everybody made happy. Page is a good dude. Hopefully the bridge is not burnt. ~Bob’O

    • UFC 84 Forever says:

      Agree with you Bob’O.

      That would be nice, especially if he actually plans on improving his game. Would be great to see him come back.

  4. Ddddddddd says:

    Rampage was looking pretty loose. He goes from the body to the head so well. Kickin and using knees. Beltran was a riskie match and in a weak moment could expose bad cardio.

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