Ken Shamrock wanted to settle the score against Royce Gracie decades after his loss at UFC 1 and their draw at UFC 5.

Well, he didn’t, but this time it wasn’t entirely his fault.

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Gracie defeated Shamrock via TKO in the main event at Bellator 149 in Houston shortly after an illegal groin strike went unnoticed by the official.

After a few minutes of feeling each other out, a Gracie knee caught Shamrock in the groin. Shamrock immediately reacted, but the referee did not step in, allowing Gracie to pounce and end the fight with strikes at 2:22 of the first round.

Shamrock was visibly upset after the fight, claiming Gracie hit him below the below the belt on purpose, but the result stood.

In the co-main event, former street-fight sensation Kimbo Slice defeated the inexperienced Dada 5000 via TKO in the third round. After a short exchange to open the bout, both men struggled to maintain any energy with Dada 5000 eventually collapsing at 1:32 of the last frame.