Bellator 198 start time

Bellator 198 start time

On Saturday, April 28, Bellator MMA returns to the Chicago area for its 198th event which takes place from the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Ill.

The win sets up Fedor in a semi-final bout against Chael Sonnen, which should be entertaining for the build up alone.

The Russian did endure a shaky start, though, before coming back to snatch the victory. Sonnen entered the cage for a faceoff with Emelianenko following the bout. Emilianenko, once the most feared heavyweight fighter in the world, is looking to rebound after his long-awaited Bellator debut went south in a first-round knockout loss to Matt Mitrione at Bellator NYC last June. But Emelianenko recovered took down Mir, who quickly brought the fight back to the feet. "And I assure you the next time I am, it will not be for long!" This is his first win on American soil since November 2009.

Emelianenko improves his MMA record to 37-5.

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Meanwhile, Rafael Lovato Jr. locked in an armbar on Gerald Harris to get a victory a little over a minute into their bout.

In the co-main event, Emmanuel Sanchez got Sam Sicilia to the ground and quickly dominated, almost locking on a couple of leg submissions before finishing him off with an arm-triangle choke.

Welterweight: Neiman Gracie def. Javier Torres via submission (triangle choke) after 3:18 of Round 2. Gracie submitted Mexican welterweight Javier Torres in the second round of their bout with a triangle choke and moves his professional record to a flawless 8-0.

In one of the most anticipated fights in Bellator MMA's history, "The Last Emperor" #Fedor Emelianenko turned back the clock, putting fellow legend #Frank Mir out of the fight in the first round Saturday night.