-Ruan Potts vs. Anthony Hamilton
Round 1: In a battle that would embarrass even the worst Bellator heavyweight, Potts and Hamilton come out giving away their game plans – Potts wants to throw leather and Hamilton wants to wrestle him to the canvas – and yet neither can do much else. Hamilton scores takedown after takedown, getting the South African horizontal at will. But once there, the American does nothing, and even stands back up to beckon Potts to join him. Meanwhile, Potts throws some leather to no avail.
Round 2: Hamilton kicks up a notch, getting Potts down and actually incorporating some ground and pound to the body – so much so that the referee gets very vocal about Potts needing to defend himself. Thankfully, he doesn’t, and the referee calls the bout because of too many unanswered body blows.
Result: Anthony Hamilton def. Ruan Potts via TKO (Punches) at 4:17, R2