Jake Hager's Bellator 321 Fight Ends In "No Contest" Due To Low-Blows, AEW Pushed At Event

The third professional MMA bout of former WWE Superstar turned AEW wrestler Jake Hager ended in controversy on Saturday night at Bellator 321.

During the Bellator MMA event held at the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut on Saturday, October 25th, Hager, formerly known as Jack Swagger, saw his third MMA bout end in a "No Contest" ruling.

Hager's bout with MMA heavyweight fighter Anthony Garrett in the opener on the Bellator 321 televised card on Saturday, the fight was stopped less than two minutes after the action got underway due to Hager landing a hard groin shot on his opponent, the second for him in under 30 seconds.

The referee of the fight, veteran MMA official Dan Miragliotta ruled Hager's low blows unintentional and thus, because the fight wasn't able to proceed, it was ruled as a "No Contest."

Hager represented All Elite Wrestling (AEW) at the Bellator 321 event, as he had an AEW banner in his corner and three of the fellow members of Chris Jericho's faction, The Inner Circle -- Sammy Guevara, Santana and Ortiz -- were sitting front row for the fight.