Logan Clark wins in WEC 3-27

Post-Bulletin staff

LAS VEGAS — Suddenly, Eyota mixed martial artist Logan Clark finds himself near the top of the World Extreme Cagefighting middleweight rankings.

Clark had a successful return to the cage Wednesday night, winning by technical knockout at WEC 33 in Las Vegas.

Clark defeated Scott Harper at 4:37 of the first round.

After an uneventful first part of the fight, Harper took down Clark late in the round and had a kimura locked in. But Clark was able to escape and eventually bucked off Harper. From there, Clark was able to gain full mount position.


Harper went for a leg lock, but Clark started hammering away, and the referee stepped in to stop the fight at the 4:37 mark.

Clark improved his professional record to 10-1, including 2-1 in the WEC and 1-0 in the UFC.

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