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First, Douglas Lima's injury forced a delay of the season's welterweight tournament final between Lima and Ben Saunders, originally scheduled for Bellator 93.
Then, Eric Prindle pulled a classic Eric Prindle, backing out of his fight with Brett Rogers with an undisclosed injury. And barely one whole day before fight night at that.
Then, during the event, British phenom Michael Page landed a punch on the immortal Ryan Sanders that resulted in a very fast, but controversial, knockout.
Watch the knockout GIF for yourself here and make your own decision. I make no judgement, but merely state that it was controversial. Even MMA alpha reporter Ariel Helwani raised an eyebrow. And that doesn't happen very often.
Then, a promising bout between Marcus Davis and Waachiim Spiritwolf became a "no contest" after Spiritwolf was unable to recover from a low blow.
Then, in the main event, Dave Jansen and Marcin Held fought in the long-delayed final of last season's lightweight tournament. Jansen took an impressive, though completely not electrifying, decision victory.
Then, after the card, a doctor apparently told Davis that, no, Spiritwolf had not been kneed in the groin, but rather suffered some kind of anxiety attack.
You know what I'm looking forward to? Bellator 94. Or just any kind of chaser, really. I'll wait for the Bellator folks to recommend something.