Mike Shipman wastes no time in disposing with Carl Noon within seconds of round one. The six foot tall English Middleweight connected with the very first punch he threw to drop the 38 year old. A long right hook behind the ear did the damage and Noon was in trouble on his back. Shipman was quick to target the finish by pounding his opponent’s skull into the canvas with hammer punches. Noon fought back but was rendered unconscious forcing the referee to wave the fight off. This 11 second stoppage was the last in a long line of finishes for the Londoner. In his 12 wins from 13 fights he has finished every opponent since losing his debut. The man they call “Seabass” is truly one of the most dangerous fighters of the Bellator stable.
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