Welcome to the latest Bellator results, as Bellator 301 took place from the Wintrust Arena in Chicago, Illinois Friday night. The main card aired live on Showtime with two title fights. In the headline bout, Yaroslav Amosov met Jason Jackson for the welterweight title while the co-main event saw Sergio Pettis and Patchy Mix meet to unify the bantamweight belts. Now, let us get to the latest Bellator results!
Jason Jackson pulled a stunner, finishing Yaroslav Amosov and becoming the new welterweight champion in the process.
The bout headlined Bellator 301 live on Showtime from the Wintrust Arena in Chicago, Illinois.
Jackson handed Amosov his first loss in 27 career fights, improving to 17-4 himself. He has now won seven in a row, with his marking the eighth finish of his career.
Along with the Bellator title, Jackson has also captured gold in Titan FC and Legacy Fighting Alliance at welterweight.
Bellator Results: Jason Jackson Finishes Yaroslav Amosov
Patchy Mix unified the bantamweight titles with a submission win over Sergio Pettis. Mix secured the hold of the night, a rear-naked choke, to gain the victory as Pettis was going out in the second round.
The 30-year-old Mix claimed the interim title earlier this year with a knockout of Raufeon Stots. This marked his 19th career win and sixth consecutive. A total of 13 of those wins have come by submission now.
Bellator Results: Former Champs Land Victories
The first three bouts of the main card went to the scorecards, as Alexandr Shabily knocked Patricky Pitbull from the ongoing lightweight world grand prix.
Shabily controlled the former champion, sweeping not only the scores at cageside, but all five rounds of the bout.
A pair of former champions earned decision wins, as A.J. McKee and Raufeon Stots were victorious.
McKee downed Sidney Outlaw at lightweight with Stots topping Danny Sabatello at bantamweight.
For McKee, this was his third straight win since a loss to Patricio Pitbull for the featherweight title and made him 3-0 since moving to lightweight. Stots, a former interim champion, is now 2-0 vs. Sabatello.
Bellator Results: Four Finishes Among Prelim Bouts
Four of the prelim fights were stopped early, including three by submission.
Tim Wilde landed a nice head-kick to finish Mike Hamel in their lightweight contest late in the third round. Picking up submission wins were Keri Taylor-Melendez, Matheus Mattos and Ramazan Kuramagomedov.
Decision winners included Archie Colgan, Denise Kielholtz, Timur Khizriev, Islam Mamedov, Cody Law and Yves Landu.
As of now, nothing is in the books for Bellator moving forward. Rumors continue to circulate of a pending sale to the owners of the PFL, which would likely merge the company into one.
Bellator 301 Results (Wintrust Arena/Chicago, Illinois)
Jason Jackson def. Yaroslav Amosov via TKO (strikes) at 2:08 of Round 3 to become welterweight champion
Patchy Mix def. Sergio Pettis via submission (rear-naked choke) at 1:51 of Round 2 to unify the bantamweight championship
Raufeon Stots def. Danny Sabatello via unanimous decision
A.J. McKee def. Sidney Outlaw via unanimous decision
Alexandr Shabily def. Patricky Pitbull via unanimous decision
Archie Colgan def. Pieter Buist via unanimous decision
Denise Kielholtz def. Sumiko Inaba via unanimous decision
Timur Khizriev def. Justin Gonzales via unanimous decision
Keri Taylor-Melendez def. Sabriye Sengul via submission (guillotine choke) at 2:06 of Round 2
Matheus Mattos def. Richard Palencia via submission (rear-naked choke) at 3:20 of Round 2
Ramazan Kuramagomedov def. Randall Wallace via submission (rear-naked choke) at 3:49 of Round 2
Islam Mamedov def. Killys Mota via split decision
Cody Law def. Jefferson Pontes via unanimous decision
Tim Wilde def. Mike Hamel via KO (strike) at 2:47 of Round 3
Yves Landu def. Isao Kobayashi via split decision