Carl Noon hadn’t fought in seven years when he made his return to the cage for Bellator 200. It’s hard to tell how serious he is being in this video, but either way it sure didn’t intimidate his opponent!
Carl Noon’s last fight was a TKO loss to current UFC middleweight Jack Marshman. Ring rust appeared to be the last of Noon’s worries when he appeared mildly psychotic in his Bellator 200 pre-fight profile.
His opponent, Mike Shipman, is a legit middleweight prospect who would be undefeated if it weren’t for the lone loss he suffered in his first professional fight.
Shipman waisted no time in finishing his fight with Noon, and dropped him in just 10 seconds. Shipman landed a powerful right that dropped Noon, Shipman then pounced on the downed fighter before the referee called off the fight, just seconds later. Noon never had a chance to throw a single strike.
In fact, the walk to the cage took longer than the fight itself.
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