Bellator 129’s main-event lacked the action that those in attendance were seeking. Josh Neer and Paul Bradley battled for the full fifteen minutes, but it was a one sided affair with little offense from Neer.
Bradley was able to secure takedowns at the beginning of each round and the fight never went back standing. Bradley stayed busy just enough to not get stood up and even though Bradley did not really try to improve his positioning, Neer never tried to get out of harms way. He simply tried to wait for a standup.
Neer was cut open in the opening minute of the fight with an elbow and was never able to return the favor from the bottom.
Bradley picked up his first victory since October 2013.
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