Review by AllTheBestFights.com: 2021-04-16, mma fight not so exciting: Vadim Nemkov vs Phil Davis 2 gets two stars.
Davis vs Nemkov 2, main event of Bellator 257, is the quarter-final of the Bellator light-Hw world gran prix tournament and it is valid for the Bellator light heavyweight title. Watch the video and rate this fight!
Vadim Nemkov record
The current Bellator light-Hw and four time Combat Sambo world champion Vadim Nemkov entered this fight with a record of 12-2-0 (92% finishing rate) and he is ranked as the No.3 light heavyweight in the world (currently the #1 in this division is Jan Blachowicz).
He suffered two consecutive losses between 2015 and 2016, against Jiri Prochazka (Jiri Prochazka vs Vadim Nemkov) and Karl Albrektsson, but then he has won seven matches beating Rafael Carvalho (Rafael Carvalho vs Vadim Nemkov) and Ryan Bader in his last two (Ryan Bader vs Vadim Nemkov).
Phil Davis record
His opponent, the former Bellator light-Hw champ Phil Davis, has a mma record of 22-5-0 (50% finishing rate) and he entered as the No.6 in the light heavyweight division.
He was defeated by Vadim Nemkov in their first fight in 2018 (via split decision, Phil Davis vs Vadim Nemkov) but then he has won over Liam McGeary (Phil Davis vs Liam McGeary 2), Karl Albrektsson (Phil Davis vs Karl Albrektsson) and Lyoto Machida (Phil Davis vs Lyoto Machida 2).
Nemkov vs Davis 2 full fight video / highlights
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Official video – full event
Bellator 257 highlights – spoiler
Bellator 257 info
Event: Bellator 257: Nemkov vs Davis 2
Where: Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, Connecticut, USA
Division: light heavyweight (205 lbs, 93 kg)
Title: Bellator Light Heavyweight World Championship
Bellator 257 weigh-in
Nemkov vs Davis 2 result
Vadim Nemkov defeated Phil Davis via unanimous decision. Scores were 48-47, 48-47, 48-47.