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When Was Bellator 284?
Bellator 284 happened on Friday 12th August 2022.
Where did Bellator 284 happen?
Bellator 284 took place at Sanford Pentagon, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States.
Who won the main event at Bellator 284?
Goiti Yamauchi beat Neiman Gracie by knockout in the 2nd round during the main event of Bellator 284.
The fight was scheduled to take place over 5 rounds in the Welterweight division, which meant the weight limit was 170 pounds (12.1 stone or 77.1 KG).
What were the results at Bellator 284?
At Bellator 284 in the co-main event Valentin Moldavsky was victorious over Steve Mowry by decision in their Heavyweight contest, Ilima Lei Macfarlane beat Bruna Ellen on points in a Flyweight bout, Said Sowma was overcome by Gokhan Saricam by decision at Heavyweight, and Aaron Jeffery was victorious over Austin Vanderford by knockout in their Middleweight contest.
Also, on the prelim card DeAnna Bennett beat Justine Kish on points in a Women’s Flyweight bout, Mitchell McKee defeated Tony Ortega with a KO at Bantamweight, Bailey Schoenfelder was victorious over Mark Currier with a submission in their Heavyweight contest, Sullivan Cauley beat Tyson Jeffries with a KO in their Light Heavyweight fight, Josh Hill was overcome by Marcos Breno on points in a Bantamweight bout, and Patrick Downey was victorious over Keyes Nelson by submission at Middleweight.
Results Bellator 284.
These are the fight results from the main card of Bellator 284:
- Neiman Gracie KO 2 vs KO 2 Goiti Yamauchi (Welterweight)
- Valentin Moldavsky NC vs NC Steve Mowry (Heavyweight)
- Ilima Lei Macfarlane SD 3 vs SD 3 Bruna Ellen (Flyweight)
- Said Sowma SD 3 vs SD 3 Gokhan Saricam (Heavyweight)
- Aaron Jeffery KO 1 vs KO 1 Austin Vanderford (Middleweight)
- DeAnna Bennett UD 3 vs UD 3 Justine Kish (Women’s Flyweight)
- Mitchell McKee KO 2 vs KO 2 Tony Ortega (Bantamweight)
- Bailey Schoenfelder Sub 2 vs Sub 2 Mark Currier (Heavyweight)
- Sullivan Cauley KO 1 vs KO 1 Tyson Jeffries (Light Heavyweight)
- Josh Hill UD 3 vs UD 3 Marcos Breno (Bantamweight)
- Patrick Downey Sub 1 vs Sub 1 Keyes Nelson (Middleweight)