Looking back on his Bellator debut this past March, middleweight Johnny Eblen feels like he had a solid performance but feels like he could have done more.

Over the course of three rounds, Eblen was able to outwork Chauncy Foxworth to a unanimous decision victory, but he feels like he could have stopped the fight from going the distance.

On October 4 in Temecula, , Eblen (5-0) will look to pick up his sixth win in a row to start out his career when he faces Mauricio Alonso (13-7) in a preliminary 185-pound bout at Bellator 229.

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Still early in his career and just at the start of his time in Bellator, Eblen is looking to take things as they come and not sacrifice today for tomorrow by looking too far ahead of himself.


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