Following multiple delays due to opponents dropping out, as well as his own injury problems, featherweight Mark “Tricky” Dickman finally made his Bellator debut this past May. Against Thomas Diagne, Dickman was able to control much of the fight en route to a third round TKO at Bellator 154. “I felt like it went down exactly like I thought it would,” Dickman told MMAWeekly.com. “I knew (Diagne) was a good kickboxer and had some decent takedown defense, and he was super-long, so I didn’t want to stay outside. I wanted to get inside and grind him out.
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