Make no mistake, Bellator 149 was a freak show. There was very little to nothing in the last two, even three bouts of the night that would contribute to the company's title picture. Even so, it had the interest of fans.
Royce Gracie hit an egregious knee between Shamrock's legs that bucked the former Intercontinental champion, setting up another knee to the head. Referee Jacob Montalvo didn't see the low blow, but stopped the fight after strikes from Gracie. Shamrock was livid after the fight. After Bellator showed several replays that omitted the low blow, they showed the one that revealed Shamrock had a legit gripe.
Kimbo Slice and Dada 5000 did a great job building up the night's co-main event, even arguing about who had the bigger testicles. However, the fight that took place was among the worst in mixed martial arts history. A bout that looked like it was in slow motion was dominated by Kimbo Slice, who took Dada down several times.
Dada 5000 could have been one of the least skilled fighters in mixed martial arts history, as he had no clue what to do on the ground, winged his punches and was exhausted a minute in. Slice, also exhausted, managed to get the win after a few punches in round three that didn't knock out Dada necessarily, but Dada was so tired he fell on his face and passed out. That happened.
Elsewhere on the card, Melvin Guillard started strong, but was knocked out after a disturbing series of punches from Derek Campos. Also, Linton Vassell avenged his loss to former Bellator Light Heavyweight Champion Emanuel Newton with a unanimous decision victory.
You can see the full results of the card below:
Royce Gracie def. Ken Shamrock via first-round TKO (2:22)
Kimbo Slice def. Dada 5000 via third-round TKO (1:32)
Derek Campos def. Melvin Guillard via second-round TKO (0:32)
Linton Vassell def. Emanuel Newton via unanimous decision (30-26, 29-27, 29-27)
Emanuel Sanchez def. Daniel Pineda via split decision (28-29, 29-27, 29-28)
Justin Wren def. Juan Torres via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Jeremy Mahon def. Davis Sylvester via TKO (R3, 4:22)
C.J. Hancock def. Ruben Esparsa via submission (rear-naked choke) (R3, 1:26)
Adrian Yanez vs. Ryan Hollis via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Isaac Villanueva def. Richard Knepp via knockout (R1, 0:42)
Mike Trinh def. Angel Zamora via submission (armbar) (R1, 3:49)
Jason Langellier def. Anthony Ivy via submission (anaconda choke) (R1, 2:09)
Manny Lozoya def. Jacob Norsworthy via submission (guillotine) (R1, 2:33)