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Said Sowma didn’t enjoy knocking out friend Ronny Markes

UNCASVILLE, Conn. – Friends don’t fight often in MMA, but it does happen, and that’s the case between Sowma said and Ronny Markets at Bellator 262.

At their head-to-head confrontation, five-fight UFC veteran Sowma and Marks embraced. When the cage door closed behind them on Friday night at the Mohegan Sun Arena, it was Sowma who scored a quick 1:09 knockout victory in the first round, which was no easy feat.

“Ronnie is really a friend of mine, so I was like, ‘Oh shoot, I have to end that for it to end. Then, Sowma told reporters. “Luckily the ref saw it quickly and stopped it. Pretty happy about that. …

“It is very difficult. I’ve known (Marks) for a few years. But this is work, this is our job, just business. He understands that too. We have come to an agreement with each other. Hey, that’s it. “

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Ronny Marks, left, and Sowma speak at Bellator 262 ceremonial pounds. (Photo: Bellator)

With his superior fighting ability and big wins in the bag, Sowma (7-2 MMA, 1-1 BMMA) hopes it will help put him in the Bellator heavyweight rankings.

“I think Ronny is a very big name,” Sowma said. “He was there for a while, there were a lot of fights. It definitely pushes me up a bit, at least close to the top 10. Top 10 soon? I’m not sure either.”

You can watch Sowma’s full post-match interview in the video above.

Said Sowma took no pleasure in knocking out friend Ronny Markes at Bellator 262, ‘but this is work’

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