On Friday, July 25, Bellator MMA continued its Summer Series by hosting its 122nd event from the Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula, Calif.

The night’s main card featured the finals of two of the promotion’s Season 10 tournaments as Brett Cooper tangled with Brandon Hasley in the middleweight final, while Andrey Koreshkov sought his second tournament crown as he faced Adam McDonough. Each winner earned $100,000 and a future title shot.

In addition to the tournament finals, the main card also featured former UFC fighters Karo Parisyan and Phil Baroni locking horns.

Also on the card, the promotion continued its light heavyweight tournament as Liam McGeary met Egidijus Valavicius and Kelly Anundson clashed with Philipe Lins.

The 11-fight event kicked off with a preliminary card stream live on Spike.com at 7 p.m ET. The four-fight main card aired live on Spike TV beginning at 9 p.m ET.

FULL RESULTS
Andrey Koreshkov def. Adam McDonough by unanimous decision (30-27 x3) – Season 10 Middleweight Tournament Final
Brandon Halsey def. Brett Cooper by submission (armbar). Round 1, 2:09 – Season 10 Welterweight Tournament Final
Liam McGeary def. Egidijus Valavicius by TKO (punches and knees). Round 1, 2:10 – Light Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal
Karo Parisyan def. Phil Baroni by knockout (punches). Round 1, 2:06
Augusto Sakai def. Matt Frembling by TKO (knee and punches). Round 3, 3:32
Bubba Jenkins def. Poppies Martinez by TKO (punches). Round 1, 4:10
Kelly Anundson def. Philipe Lins by TKO (knee injury). Round 1, 1:40 – Light Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal
Fernando Gonzalez def. Karl Amoussou by unanimous decision (29-28 x3)
Saad Awad def. Joe Duarte by TKO (elbows). Round 1, 1:18
Sergio Rios def. Stephen Martinez by TKO (strikes). Round 2, 0:20
Linton Vassell def. Virgil Zwicker by submission (rear-naked choke). Round 1, 1:07

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Rob Young
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Born in London, Ontario and raised in Los Angeles, Rob Young has been following the sport of MMA since discovering it through the Ultimate Fighting Championship game for the Sega Dreamcast in 2000. In a previous life he produced hip hop music under the pseudonym Polyhedron and now works a day job in sound mixing for TV and film.