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If you missed Bellator last night, we’re serving all-day pancakes with a side of video recaps right here

If you missed Bellator last night, we’re serving all-day pancakes with a side of video recaps right here

It’s obvious that Karl Amoussou is an avid Monte Python fan. He understood that nobody expects the Spanish inquisition, and that’s why he formulated a fool-proof gameplan around the British comic philosophy. Sure, he could have come out against Bryan Baker and traded punches for three rounds, but instead, he used the momentum from the heaviest leg kick in existence to take Baker’s back, and drop into the perfect position for executing a textbook heel-hook submission. That’s so Spanish inquisition of him… There’s simply no denying it now: Nobody expects the Spanish inquisition.

In addition to that, we have highlights from Travis Wiuff’s sheer dominance over Tim Carpenter and clips from every angle showing Semtex doing what Semtex does. Props to Bellator for the video.

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