Bellator 274: Logan Storley Outstrikes Neiman Gracie, Andrey Koreshkov Ends Co-Headliner In Seconds

Logan Storley and Neiman Gracie exchanged punches for 25 minutes.

The Bellator 274 main event battle was hardly taken to the floor. Storley outstroke Gracie, landing 46% of his strikes compared to his Brazilian opponent’s 28%. Storley claimed the unanimous decision win.

Gracie (11-3) had the upper hand in Round 4, but Storley (13-1) answered back with a right hook that dropped Gracie.

The Brazilian focused on elbows combinations while American fighter Storley froze his rival with haymakers.

After Bellator’s first five-rounds non-title fight, Storley was given the victory with scores of 48-47, 50-45 and 49-46.

The co-main event only lasted 38 seconds.

Former Bellator welterweight champion Andrey Koreshkov stopped Chance Rencountre with a spinning back kick, breaking five of his ribs.

Koreshkov took control of the fight after feeling out his opponent. Within moments, Koreshkov executed an accurate kick, which sent Rencountre to the floor in pain.

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