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Bellator 149 went down, and SIRIUSXM RUSH host, writer Michael Stets (@Michael_Stets) joined Jason Kelly (@JayKellyMMA) to explain it on Rear-Naked Choke Radio as they talked about the spectacle.

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With a main event featuring 49-year-old Royce Gracie vs. 52-year-old Ken Shamrock, and a co-main event showcasing street brawling former friends Kevin “Kimbo Slice” Ferguson and Dhafir “Dada 5000” Harris, Bellator 149 viewers expected a circus of an MMA show. In the end, the event was more of a puzzling disaster than anybody bargained for.

Stets, who was at Bellator 149 in Houston, provided a first-hand opinion of what the atrocious mess between Slice and Dada 5000 looked like from cage side. He also spoke about the bizarre ending of the Shamrock-Gracie trilogy.

For the full results of the event, click here.

Stets and Kelly talked about Bellator’s recent announcement to host kickboxing matches, what’s next for the winners and losers of the Bellator 149 main card and hypothetical, ridiculous fights Bellator could put on in the future.

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About The Author

Jason Kelly
Radio Host

Jason Kelly has been a lifelong fan of martial arts and was instantly hooked on MMA after watching the pay-per-view broadcast of UFC 1 at 12 years old. The Canadian dabbled in martial arts and MMA over the years, but the sport he excelled at was basketball. Jason’s introduction to MMA media started at MMA Religion, which led to his position as a feature writer on MMA DieHards. Jason eventually became the Feature Content Manager at MMA DieHards. His duties at MMA DieHards led to hosting MMA DieHards Radio and MMA Cypher Radio with Corey Charron, before going on to join Joe Rizzo's longtime-running show, Rear Naked Choke Radio. Following a short hiatus from covering the sport he loves, Jason joined the staff at Combat Press. Aside from his interest in MMA, Jason has a passion for hip hop, especially battle rap. He considers himself a hip hop connoisseur and is always up for a conversation on the subject.

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