Bellator 35’s welterweight tournament winners Lyman Good, Jay Hieron, Rick Hawn, and Brent Weedman each earned $20,000 for their quarterfinal victories, which also kicked off Bellator’s fourth season on MTV 2 from Lemoore, California.
Weedman was the lone tourney fighter to receive a medical suspension, as he’ll wait 60 days or until cleared by a doctor to face Hieron in the semifinals.
Meanwhile, the other semifinal between Good and Hawn has been booked for Bellator 39 on April 2, which is headlined by lightweight champ Eddie Alvarez vs. Pat Curran.
The losers of the opening round bouts, Chris Lozano, Anthony Lapsley, Jim Wallhead, and Dan Hornbuckle, earned $10,000 apiece.
The event’s other notable medical suspension went to 115-pound women’s champ Zoila Frausto, who was suspended six months unless a possible fracture in her right hand is cleared.
Pictured: Lyman Good