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[[**LIVE@STREAM] Ciaran Clarke vs. Rafael Hudson Bellator Fr

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  • September 8, 2022 at 12:32 AM +06

[[LIVE@OFFICIAL]!!] Ciaran Clarke vs. Rafael Hudson Live Bellator 285 Fight FREE TV Broadcast On 23 SEPTEMBER 2022.


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Event: Bellator Dublin 285

Date: 23.09.2022

I felt it was really set up for me to beat him. Even the fight itself was going perfectly, I thought, until it wasn't... I think I got a little bit too confident. I thought he was fading sooner than he was and I dived in with that right hand and he made me pay for it and that was it.

"I think if the dominos fall in my way, it's an immediate rematch. Or at the very worst, I have one more fight and then it's obvious. I think if I get a bit of luck and things go my way, I could fight Patricky right after this one."

Henderson would probably be unbeatable for Queally in their respective primes. Luckily for “The Showstopper,” two factors could have a massive effect at Bellator 285. Firstly, “Smooth” is 38 years old and seems to be slowing down. Also, the Dublin crowd tends to give Queally an extra boost on fight night.

That said, Henderson picked up a crucial win last fight against Mamedov (21-2-1) after losing three straight. If Smooth can avoid Queally making the fight dirty, he has the technical advantage to pick the hometown favorite apart and win on the judge’s scorecards. Meanwhile, Queally needs to make this fight a brawl and capitalize on potential openings to put Henderson away.

Bellator 285 is well-represented with Irish talent as Ciaran Clarke, Kenny Mokhonoana, Darragh Kelly, Brian Moore, and Karl Moore represent the home crowd. The fight card also features the return of Brett Johns and a potential banger between Mads Burnell and Pedro Carvalho.

The co-main event should be fun and messy for as long as it lasts. Multi-time UFC title challenger Yoel Romero measures his otherworldly power against Melvin Manhoef, the most prolific knockout artist the sport has ever seen. Romero is a freak of nature: he won a silver medal in freestyle wrestling at the 2000 Summer Olympics and is knocking out fighters 15 years his junior 22 years later.

No one in the sport is a more consistent knockout threat than Manhoef. The 50-fight veteran, who anticipates retirement on Friday night, holds the highest knockout percentage for any professional fighter with at least 15 fights -- an absurd 91% with 29 KOs in 31 victories.

What a run it's been for Melvin Manhoef. The Dutchman expects to lay down the gloves after one last fight against Yoel Romero at Bellator 285 on Friday.

Manhoef, 46, left the door cracked open that another opportunity could arise in his interview with CBS Sports, but he anticipates this being one of his final walks to the cage.

"Yes, it's the last fight of the contract with Bellator and I think it's also going to be one of the last fights. I think it's enough," Manhoef said. "It's amazing and I have had a nice journey. I've done so many things and I have a nice life. I've been appreciated by people all over the world. Now it's time to let the young guys do their thing and step aside.

"Some part of me doesn't want to stop, but the other part of me says, 'Yo, your health and your age and everything.' In this training camp, I really knocked people out. I still do. It's still there... That's what makes it so hard."

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