At Bellator 139 Hisaki Kato was supposed to be chum on a stick for Joe Schilling. With Bellator and Glory co-promoting a hybrid card in September, kickboxer Joe Schilling was a key chess piece for the Spike TV promotions. While quietly playing chess in the park, Kato just ran up on Bellator and Spike’s game then proceeded to front kick the board into the air before he broke it half with a superman punch.
With Schilling’s hand dropped low at his side in the second round of their middleweight clash, Kato just ran up on the sport of kickboxing and superman punched the sport right in the face. In the face! Schilling is pretty well known commodity under the Glory banner while Kato just made in his Bellator debut and lost his last fight in March. Yup, three months ago the now 5-1 in MMA Kato was losing his last fight via round one TKO at a HEAT event in Japan.
Now Kato is turning high level strikers into dust on Bellator shows. MMA you are amazing.