Mixed Martial Arts legends Fedor Emelianenko and Quinton ?Rampage? Jackson squared off in a heavyweight contest in tonight?s Bellator Japan headliner.
?The Last Emperor? entered tonight?s contest looking to rebound, this after suffering a first round knockout?loss?to Ryan Bader in his most previous effort at Bellator 214.
Prior to the setback, Fedor was coming off back-to-back TKO victories over former UFC standouts Frank Mir and Chael Sonnen respectively.
Meanwhile, Quinton Jackson was returning for the first time since September of 2018, where he scored a TKO victory over bitter rival Wanderlei Silva.
?Rampage? entered tonight?s contest having gone 3-2 over his past five fights overall.
Tonight?s Bellator Japan headliner proved to be a one sided affair. ?Rampage? looked to be very out of shape, where Fedor seemingly appeared to be in great form. ?The Last Emperor? was on the attack early and often in tonight?s fight unloading right hands and uppercuts in the direction of ?Rampage?. After getting out of the way of an initial flurry, Jackson was put down by a right hand from Fedor.
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