Omar Antonio Morales Ferrer Blows Away Troy Nawrocki in Bellator 204 Prelim Headliner

Knockouts were plentiful on the
Bellator 204
preliminary card inside Sanford Pentagon in Sioux
Falls, South Dakota, Friday night.

Venezuela’s
Omar Antonio Morales Ferrer
improved to 7-0 by blowing away
Troy
Nawrocki
(3-1) in the featured preliminary bout. The
lightweight prospect slammed a series of unanswered punches that
destroyed Nawrocki’s equilibrium, eventually knocking him out in
just 58 seconds.

The undercard had five other knockouts: Jason
Jackson
(8-3) lived up to his “The Ass-Kicking Machine” moniker
by pummeling fellow welterweight Jordon
Larson
(9-5) with punches and ending things 3:58 into the
first; 170-pounder David
Michaud
rose to 12-4 by greasing Corey Davis
(2-1) with punches at 1:42 of the opening frame; middleweight
Romero
Cotton
rocketed to 3-0 by crushing Willie
Whitehead
(2-3) with knees and punches at 4:12 of the first;
welterweight Tyler Ray
moved to 3-1 by knocking Seth Bass
(2-3) out at the 3:30 mark of the first with elbows and knees; and
Jeff
Nielson
won his pro debut by stopping fellow 185-pounder Wyatt
Meyer (0-1) with punches at 2:53 of the first.

The lone submission of the preliminary card came when flyweight
Lloyd
McKinney
wrapped up Robiel
Tesfaldet
with a textbook arm-triangle choke and forced him to
tap out. The win came at 4:17 of the third, allowing McKinney to
soar to 8-5. Tesfaldet, meanwhile, dipped to 1-2.

Lightweight prospect Demarques
Jackson
(9-2) earned a split decision victory over Bryce Logan
while Micah
Peatrowsky
won his pro debut by dominating Keith
Phathaem
(0-2) en route to a unanimous decision victory, also
at 155 pounds.



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