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Michael Page: ‘I’ve legit had harder spars’ than Logan Storley, wants rematch

Michael “Venom” Page didn’t feel like he had the toughest fight his last time out. Competing in the main event of Bellator 281 in his home of London, England, Page was originally set to challenge undisputed Bellator Welterweight champion, Yaroslav Amosov. Unfortunately for the undefeated Amosov (26-0), the Russia-Ukraine war forced his hand, with the 28-year-old titlist currently back home helping his country in its time of need.
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Bellator title win sinking in for Logan Storley

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - Logan Storley’s win over Michael Page, and his Bellator Welterweight Interim Championship is finally sinking in. Storley defeated Page by split decision in London a week and a half ago. Storley joins Brock Lesner as the only two South Dakota’s to ever win an MMA World Championship.
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Fighter vs. Writer: Kevin Holland reveals latest heroics, Logan Storley responds to Michael ‘Venom’ Page and Scott Coker

On the new episode of The Fighter vs. The Writer, UFC welterweight Kevin Holland and new Bellator interim welterweight champion Logan Storley join the show. Holland will discuss his latest heroics after he rescued a truck driver from an overturned tractor-trailer in Texas. Beyond moonlighting as a superhero, Holland will also detail his move down to welterweight and how he’s feeling now that he’s fighting regularly at 170 pounds.

Logan Storley Responds To Scott Coker’s Criticism Of Michael Page Win

Bellator interim welterweight champion Logan Storley has responded to Bellator President Scott Coker’s criticism of his most recent performance. Storley defeated Michael ‘Venom’ Page via a split decision in the Bellator 281 headliner. He earned the interim belt and a chance to face off with welterweight champion Yaroslav Amosov at a later date.

Michael Page feels Logan Storley “came to survive” during their Bellator 281 bout: “I have not one bruise or injury”

Michael ‘Venom’ Page feels pretty good coming out of his fight with Logan Storley at Bellator 281. It’s like he didn’t even compete in a fight. ‘MVP’ fought Storley in the main event of Bellator 281 last Friday night in London. With the interim welterweight strap on the line, the fight went the distance. After five rounds, Storley earned the victory via split-decision. However, it didn’t come without controversy.
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Robbery Review: Michael Page vs. Logan Storley at Bellator 281

Few things infuriate MMA fans more than a fight being scored incorrectly, though the term “robbery” tends to be thrown around carelessly and is often steeped in bias. With Robbery Review, we’ll take a look back at controversial fights and determine whether the judges were rightly criticized for their decision or if pundits need to examine their own knee-jerk reactions.

Logan Storley claims Bellator Welterweight title

LONDON, ENGLAND (KELO) – This past Friday Roslyn, South Dakota native and BELLATOR MMA welterweight Logan Storley would claim the Interim BELLATOR Welterweight Championship in London against formerly No. 1-ranked Michael “Venom” Page. The opening round was uneventful but Storley would do just enough in rounds two and three to finish the deal. The win […]