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Logan Storley Dominates Brennan Ward in Bellator 298 Main Event

Logan Storley dominates Brennan Ward in the Bellator 298 main event, showcasing his wrestling skills and securing a TKO victory. Read more about the fight and Storley’s goal of regaining the championship.

In a highly anticipated matchup, Logan Storley made a statement in the Bellator 298 main event by dominating Brennan Ward. After losing the Bellator welterweight championship to Yaroslav Amosov in February, Storley was determined to bounce back and prove himself.

The fight started with Ward landing a powerful left hand, which prompted Storley to attempt an early takedown. However, Ward showcased his grappling skills by threatening a choke and quickly getting back to his feet. It was clear that Ward was ready to go toe-to-toe with the former champion.

Despite Ward’s impressive defense, Storley managed to secure a takedown and control the fight from top position in the opening round. Although he didn’t do much damage, Storley maintained control and landed short punches to the body.

The second round mirrored the first, with Ward showcasing his striking skills and Storley relying on his wrestling. Ward continued to land clean punches, but Storley’s wrestling proved to be the deciding factor. He executed a double-leg takedown and unleashed a barrage of ground and pound strikes.

Storley’s ground and pound strikes in the second round were more calculated and devastating. He used his shots to advance his position and landed heavy elbows and punches. Despite Ward’s resilience, Storley’s relentless assault forced the referee to stop the fight.

With this victory, Storley solidified his position as the No. 1 ranked welterweight in the official Bellator rankings. His career record now stands at an impressive 15-2, with his only losses coming against Yaroslav Amosov.

After the fight, Storley expressed his desire for a third opportunity to face Amosov and regain the championship. He remains focused on his goal of reclaiming the belt.

"We have to see how the division kind of unfolds," Storley stated. "My goal was to go 2-0 after the Amosov fight and get my belt back."

Logan Storley gets his 9th knockout victory