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Bellator 244 results: Live streaming play-by-play updates | ‘Bader vs Nemkov’

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Bellator 244 results: Live streaming play-by-play updates | ‘Bader vs Nemkov’

Bellator 244: “Bader vs. Nemkov” is set to air tonight (Fri., Aug. 21, 2020) from Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut. “Champ-champ” Ryan Bader (27-5, 1 NC) puts his Light Heavyweight title on the line against top ranked Russian contender Vadim Nemkov (11-2).

Bellator 244’s main card will start at 10 p.m. ET on Paramount and DAZN (watch it here) with “Prelims” undercard bouts via YouTube at 7:15 p.m. ET. MMAmania.com will deliver results for the full card and comprehensive play-by-play for the televised portion of Bellator 244’s card below.

Many readers check in before, during and after the fights to share their thoughts on all of the action. Feel free to leave a comment (or 244) about the bouts and chat with all the other Maniacs during the show — it’s always a lot of fun!

BELLATOR 244 QUICK RESULTS:

Ryan Bader vs. Vadim Nemkov —
Julia Budd vs. Jessy Miele —
Roy Nelson vs. Valentin Moldavsky — in progress.
John Salter vs. Andrew KapelSalter sub (arm triangle) 3:11 R3.
Yaroslav Amosov vs. Mark LemmingerAmosov TKO (doctor) 5:00 R1.
Adam Piccolotti vs. Sidney OutlawOutlaw SD 29-28, 28-29, 29-28.
Erik Perez vs. Joshua HillHill UD 29-28, 30-27 X2.
Lucas Brennan vs. Will SmithBrennan TKO 4:14 R2.
Vladimir Tokov vs. Chris GonzalezGonzalez SD 29-28, 28-29, 30-27.
Weber Almeida vs. Salim MukhidinovAlmeida KO 3:57 R1.
Vladyslav Parubchenko vs. John de Jesusde Jesus UD 29-28 X2, 30-27.

BELLATOR 244 PLAY-BY-PLAY:

Ryan Bader vs. Vadim Nemkov

Round 1:

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Round 2:

Round 3:

Round 4:

Round 5:

Final result:


Julia Budd vs. Jessy Miele

Round 1:

Round 2:

Round 3:

Final result:


Roy Nelson vs. Valentin Moldavsky

Black trunks with red trim and blue gloves for the 9-1 Moldavsky. Black trunks with numerous logos and red gloves for the 23-18 Nelson. Moldavsky fights out of Stary Oskol, Russia. Nelson fights out of Las Vegas, Nevada. The referee is Kerry Hatley.

Round 1:

Round 2:

Round 3:

Final result:


John Salter vs. Andrew Kapel

Salter has blue trunks and red gloves, bringing a record of 17-4, fighting out of Wilmington, North Carolina. Kapel has black trunks and blue gloves, bringing a record of 15-6, fighting out of Denver, Colorado. The ref is Dan Miragliotta.

Round 1: Both men circle cautiously and throw jabs. Salter gets a takedown and is on top between Kapel’s legs, trying to get over the knees to side control. He opts instead to stand back up at 1:27 and lets a right hand go. Kapel catches a foot and closes the distance. Salter gets a double leg at 2:04 and again he’s looking to pass. Kapel closes the guard. Salter keeps trying to jump to the side and finally gets half guard. Salter moves to full mount at 3:20. Kapel is trying to control the wrists to avoid damage. He sweeps and Salter is on the bottom, but he goes for a triangle choke off his back and uses it to sweep back to the top. 10-9 Salter.

Round 2: Kapel provides the forward pressure early. Salter responds with a heavy left hand then shoots Kapel into the fence, where the double leg with a trip assist puts Kapel on his back again. Salter contorts his entire body until only his right knee is in half guard, and then he jumps to full mount at 1:33. Kapel narrowly avoids an arm triangle choke. Kapel tries and fails to buck Salter off and Salter’s going for the arm triangle again. Salter lets it go and the fighters work for position chest to chest. Kapel fails to buck him again at 2:52. Salter keeps pounding away on the ribs with his right hand, with his left arm wrapped around Kapel’s head. Another failure to shake Salter off at 4:17. Another 10-9 round for Salter.

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Round 3: Kapel is once again the man pressing into range early. Salter keeps him at bay with the left hand. They tap gloves after an errant groin kick and Salter immediately takes him down again. Kapel tries and fails to keep Salter from taking full mount at 1:29. It’s a mirror image of the last round from there with the left arm squeezing Kapel’s head and the right hand accreting damage. The arm triangle finally gets sunk in and Kapel taps out at 3:11.

Final result: John Salter via submission (arm triangle choke) 3:11 of round three.


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A BOLA – Irmãos Lenho teaches sports driving in Viana do Castelo (football)

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A BOLA – Irmãos Lenho teaches sports driving in Viana do Castelo (football)

Thiago Lenyu and his brother Nelson Lenyu, sporting directors of Gil Vicente and Boavista respectively, are guests of honor at the O Dirigente Desportivo training session tonight sponsored by AF Viana do Castelo.

The responsible guilista, who graduated in environmental engineering and postgraduate in management and organization of professional football, shared his experience in those functions, the experience that a chess manager received, who received a degree in management and organization of professional football, as well as postgraduate/international advanced training The technical management of football also left their testimony.

The former was one of the hard workers in the Barcelos team’s sensational campaign, which guaranteed an unprecedented qualification for the European Cups, and the latter played an important role in the calmness with which the chess players achieved consistency.

The event, which takes place in the Centro Empresarial de Viana do Castelo – AIMinho, is moderated by Jorge Dantas, Professor at the Viana do Castelo Graduate School of Education.

Also noteworthy is the presence in the hall of Joao Carlos Costa, Portugal’s assistant coach Fernando Santos.

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BALL – First potential Champions League opponents already known (Benfica)

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BALL - First potential Champions League opponents already known (Benfica)

Finishing third in the league, Benfica advanced to the third qualifying round of the Champions League. This means that Luz’s team will have to go through two rounds to reach the group stage of the Millionaire Contest, similar to what they did last season.

And with most of the European championships already decided, the path the Eagles will have to take is beginning to be determined. For now, Benfica know they will enter the draw as a seed and have two opponents who could get lucky: Sturm Graz (Austria) and Union St. Louis. Giloise (Belgium).

According to the current situation, the Reds will avoid Dynamo Kyiv (who will play in the second qualifying round) and Rangers (who can go straight to the group stage if they win the Europa League). But a reunion between Roger Schmidt and PSV could take place.

The emblem of Eindhoven finished second in the Dutch Championship and also advances to the third qualifying round. However, the status of the Dutch top seed depends on the third place in the French championship (this can be Marseille, which is now in position, or Monaco, which is ahead), the position of Rangers or second-placed Denmark (at the time when Copenhagen is followed by Central Jutland).

See the table with the current situation:

Series heads:

Benfica (odds 61,000)

Rangers (49.250)

Dynamo Kyiv (44000) – or Winner of the second qualifying round match to be played by Ukrainians

Define:

PSV Eindhoven (33000)

Marseille (44,000) / Monaco (26,000) – third in Ligue 1

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Midtjylland (19,000) / Copenhagen (40,500) – Winner of second qualifying round with Danish runner-up

No serial heads:

Storm Graz (7770)

Union St. Gilloise (6.120).

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OFFICER: Sp. Braga confirms departure of Carlos Carvalhal

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OFFICER: Sp.  Braga confirms departure of Carlos Carvalhal

Sp. Braga has just confirmed that Carlos Carvalhal will no longer be in charge, one day after Minho’s side ended the 2021/22 season with a 2-3 loss to Famalicao.

According to a statement published on the club’s official page, it was the coach who informed the club this Monday of his intention to “close the cycle at Sp. Braga and promotion of new sports projects”.

The club recalls the Portuguese Cup, won in the middle of the centenary, and writes that the coach “occupied a special place in the club’s gallery of achievements.”

Full statement:

SC Braga, SAD informs that after the two years stipulated in the contract, Carlos Carvalhal will terminate his association with the Club.

Despite the desire previously conveyed to Carlos Carvalhal to continue the work begun, on Monday the coach announced that he intended to close the cycle at Braga and take up new sports projects.

Winning the Portuguese Cup in the middle of the centenary is an indispensable mark of SC Braga’s 101-year history, ensuring that Carlos Carvalhal’s contribution will have a firm place in the club’s gallery of achievements.

SC Braga thanks Carlos Carvalhal for all the work and dedication he has done in the service of the Club, appreciating the professional attitude as he has always faced his challenges while leading the first team.

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