Imada makes more submission magic at Bellator

Toby Imada, best remembered for his inverted triangle choke that helped Bellator make a name for themselves last season, continued his submission magic, ending his bout with James Krause in the second round at Bellator in Chicago on Thursday night.

Krause started the bout with high kicks, but as soon as the bout went to the ground, Imada countrolled the action, coming close to both a triangle choke and an armbar in the first round. He finally succeeded in the second round, stretching out Krause for an armbar at 2:44 in the second.

Imada now moves onto the semifinals in the lightweight tournament for the second year in a row, joining Roger Huerta, Pat Curran and Carey Vanier.

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