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Shined Kavanagh and Geghard Musashi are among the winners of Bellator Dublin

SHINEAD KAVANAG and Geghard Musashi were among the winners at Bellator 275 at 3Arena in Dublin on Friday night.

Dutch fighter Musashi won an impressive victory in his fight in the main event, defeating American Austin Vandeford in the first round by TKO.

“I was just in no hurry. I am the best in the middleweight division. I never said that because I didn’t believe it. But I believe in it, ”he said later by BBC Sport.

“I’m fine, I’m sure. I tell you I’m the best. I’ve never been so sure in my life. “

Meanwhile, Shineid Kavanagh unanimously defeated her Irish fighter Leah McCourt – 29-28, 29-28, 30-27.

“My knee fell and I couldn’t even stand, so it went to dog fighting,” Kavanagh said afterwards.

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“I thought I was done. I thought I couldn’t go on, but I have an Irish heart and a fighting heart. “

There was also success at night for Drogheda fighter Kjaran Clark.

He defeated Abu Tunkara by suspension after the Frenchman failed to advance to the second round.



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Shined Kavanagh and Geghard Musashi are among the winners of Bellator Dublin

SHINEAD KAVANAG and Geghard Musashi were among the winners at Bellator 275 at 3Arena in Dublin on Friday night.

Dutch fighter Musashi won an impressive victory in his fight in the main event, defeating American Austin Vandeford in the first round by TKO.

“I was just in no hurry. I am the best in the middleweight division. I never said that because I didn’t believe it. But I believe in it, ”he said later by BBC Sport.

“I’m fine, I’m sure. I tell you I’m the best. I’ve never been so sure in my life. “

Meanwhile, Shineid Kavanagh unanimously defeated her Irish fighter Leah McCourt – 29-28, 29-28, 30-27.

“My knee fell and I couldn’t even stand, so it went to dog fighting,” Kavanagh said afterwards.

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“I thought I was done. I thought I couldn’t go on, but I have an Irish heart and a fighting heart. “

There was also success at night for Drogheda fighter Kjaran Clark.

He defeated Abu Tunkara by suspension after the Frenchman failed to advance to the second round.



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