Bellator 60 Video: Pat Curran Knocks Out Joe Warren To Win Featherweight Title

Bellator has embraced YouTube in a very solid way, attempting to make many of their "Bellator moments" into viral videos within hours of fights finishing. This time they quickly put out a video of Pat Curran knocking out Joe Warren to take Warren's Bellator featherweight title at last night's Bellator 60.

But something is missing from the video. Check it out:


It appears that they were a little uncomfortable with the poor job the referee did in stopping the fight and edited out most of the barrage of shots Warren took between the knee that set up the knockout and the couple uppercuts that knocked Warren out cold.

Joe was sent to the hospital after the fight and Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney told people at the press conference and in private that the referee did a poor job in stopping the fight. Clearly that feeling carried over into the video room where they didn't want Curran's moment overshadowed by the bad stoppage.

SBN coverage of Bellator 60

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