Andrey Koreshkov just won the Bellator season seven welterweight tournament, beat up Lyman Good and will now face the winner of Ben Askren and Karl Amoussou. His next battle? Figuring out how to transport a giant check through customs and back to Mother Russia without poking his coach and mentor, Alexander Shlemenko in the eye with the check’s sharp edges. Maybe Koreshkov cashes the giant check in the states, who knows. Is there a giant register at the bank where they process giant checks? Is this giant check intro going a little too far? Yeah. Yeah it is.
Although former welterweight champ Lyman Good had his moments, Andrey Koreshkov lit him up so much on the feet in the first round it seemed to take the wind out of his sails in a big way. Uppercuts from hell and crisp, creative combinations had Good’s face all puffy minutes into the fight. Lyman almost sunk in the RNC in the second round for a brief second, but for the most part, this was Koreshkov’s night. Whoever he ends up fighting, Askren or Amoussou (Askren) it will be an entertaining scrap, that’s for sure.
Bellator 82 had it all, there was this crazy wall walk and a few sub 30 second KOs.
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