After arguably the biggest win of his career, when the spotlight was on him the brightest, Goiti Yamauchi says he’s ready for a Bellator title shot. Yamauchi (28-5 MMA, 14-4 BMMA) became the first person to finish Neiman Gracie (11-4 MMA, 9-4 BMMA) when he knocked him out in the second round of their Bellator 284 main event in Sioux Falls, S.D. The win was Yamauchi’s third straight, all by finish, and second straight since he moved up to welterweight from lightweight earlier this year. “It feels amazing,” Yamauchi said at his post-fight news conference

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Goiti Yamauchi looking for shot at interim champ Storley after Bellator 284 KO – MMA Junkie

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