LONG BEACH, Calif. – Jeremy Kennedy ’s most recent win in the Bellator cage came in an unexpected manner. The bantamweight contender took on standout Aaron Pico on the main card at Bellator 286 on Saturday. Kennedy (18-3 MMA, 3-1 BMMA) got his hand raised, but it was a shoulder injury by Pico that ultimately gave Kennedy the TKO win . It was a bizarre scene. Pico continually triedd to pop his shoulder back into place mid-fight, and even at the end of Round 1, when he was in his corner getting ready for the second, he was trying to pop his shoulder back in with the help of his coach.

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Jeremy Kennedy recalls fighting Aaron Pico amid shoulder injury at Bellator 286 – MMA Junkie

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