MMA | Dutch MMA pioneer Melvin Manhoef lost during his farewell match

The last time

Manhoef, who had already announced before the match that this would be his last fight, was paired with the powerful Yoel Romero. Manhoe actually couldn’t make a fist of the entire game. He was able to stop Romero’s takedown several times, but when Romero stopped the fight, the Cuban remained in the dominant positions.

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In the end, Romero ended the match with a hard three elbows to the floor by knockout. Manhoef put his gloves in the middle of the “Bellator Cage” afterward and said goodbye to the sport. Along with his family and coaches, the Dutchman had some emotional moments afterwards in the Octagon.

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Manhoef can look back on a very glorious MMA career. With no less than 29 knockouts in 32 victories, Manhoef has been regarded as one of the most dangerous and attractive fighters in MMA for many years. Manhoef won England’s Cage Rage title in his career and successfully defended it twice.

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No Mercy has beaten Bob Schreiber, Mark Hunt, Kazuo Misaki, Evangelista Santos and the legendary Kazushi Sakuraba in its career. Manhoef finished his career with a record of 32 wins, 16 losses, 1 tie, and 2 no contests.

Scott Coker

Bellator CEO Scott Cocker, with whom Manhoef has always worked very well, also had a few words of praise for “No Mercy.”


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