Bellator 200: Michael Page forces David Rickels to QUIT after splitting his eye in showboating win

SHOWBOAT Michael Page gained his Bellator 200 bout after forcing his opponent to QUIT.

Venom, now thirteen-zero, danced, taunted and teased his approach to victory over David Rickels.

 David Rickels quits after Michael Page splits his eye

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David Rickels quits after Michael Page splits his eye

After splitting Rickels’ eye in the second spherical, the bloody American advised the referee he wouldn’t proceed.

And after celebrating with an Avengers glove, Page declared: “I’m taking up everybody.”

Rickels stayed in the struggle for much longer than followers anticipated however by no means posed a menace to the wily Londoner.

MVP broke his nostril in the primary and continued to ship heavy blows as he was roared on by the 9,000-robust Wembley crowd.

 Michael Page forced David Ruckel to quit via verbal KO

Michael Page pressured David Ruckel to give up by way of verbal KO
 A bloody David Rickels felt he could not continue after have his eye busted

A bloody David Rickels felt he couldn’t proceed after have his eye busted
 Michael Page showboated his way to victory against David Rickels and celebrated Avengers style

Michael Page showboated his approach to victory towards David Rickels and celebrated Avengers fashion
 Michael Page was streets above David Rickels in their Bellator 200 bout

Michael Page was streets above David Rickels in their Bellator 200 bout

However his extreme taunting cut up supporters' opinions as some felt they have been under the belt.

At one level, MVP started swinging his arm round and bodily dancing in entrance of his fuming opponent.

Nickels tried not to lose his cool however finally moved to wipe the smirk off Page's face.

It didn’t work – and Venom swiftly caught him above his left eye, successfully ending the battle.

Page was streets above his opponent and judging by this efficiency, wouldn’t have appeared amiss making an attempt his hand in the UFC.

SHOWBOAT Michael Page gained his Bellator 200 bout after forcing his opponent to QUIT.