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TNA News: Dixie Carter at Bellator 120, Part Time TNA Performers Fight on The Show
Posted by Larry Csonka on 05.18.2014



- TNA president Dixie Carter and Dallas Page were shown sitting cageside at the Bellator 120 PPV. They were mentioned on commentary.

- Tito Ortiz, who has made appearances for TNA in the past, defeated Alexander Shlemenko via RD1 submission at the event.

- The main event of the show was a Light Heavyweight Tournament Final bout between two men that have also appeared in TNA, King Mo and Rampage Jackson. In the fight, Rampage Jackson defeated King Mo via unanimous decision (29-28 across the cards). Rampage Jackson stated that he was not pleased with the performance and wanted a rematch so he could knock out Mo. Mo stated that he won the fight; he didn't care if Bjorn Rebney didn't like what he had to say and they could cut him if they wanted to.

- You can read 411's complete report of the event at this link.





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