Bellator 39 Results: Patricky Freire Levels Toby Imada

Patricky “Pit Bull” Freire caught Toby Imada with a brutal flying knee to the face at 2:53 of the opening round of the first semi-final of the 2011 Bellator lightweight tournament. The knee dropped Imada and Freire followed up with some punches to get the stoppage at of the first round.

Freire now advances to the final round of the Bellator tournament where he will face the winner of Michael Chandler vs Lloyd Woodard. Chandler and Woodard will meet at Bellator 40 next week.

Freire opened the fight with a sharp inside leg kick then he went up high for a head kick. Freire stalked Imada across the cage, landing jabs and leg kicks. Freire landed a hard body kick and kept making Imada’s punches miss. Freire hurt Imada with a flying knee and followed up with a left hand to finish Imada

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