Henry Corrales


Puts Aaron Pico on a highlight reel
January 26, 2019
Corrales defeated Aaron Pico via knockout (punches) at 1:07 of Round 1 at Bellator 214 on Saturday in Los Angeles.
Early in the fight, it looked like Corrales might be the latest fighter to end up on Pico's highlight reel. Pico stepped forward into a hard punch that appeared to hurt Corrales. Pico moved in to go for the finish, but Corrales recovered. After he got his head right, he unleashed a brutal combination of his own. Pico was hurt and appeared to be out before he even hit the ground. Corrales was a huge underdog despite coming into this fight with a big experience advantage. He has now won five-straight fights, and he might have earned a shot at the Bellator featherweight title. The only downside is that he has already fallen against champion Patricio Pitbull in 2016.
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Wears down and finishes Andy Main at Bellator 208
October 14, 2018
Corrales defeated Andy Main via KO (punches) at 2:08 of Round 3 at Bellator 208 on Saturday in Uniondale, N.Y.
Despite having the reputation of a brawler, Corrales came out in this fight with a measured and tactical approach. He outworked Main in the striking game and routinely scored with leg kicks and counters. In the third round, Main was clearly worse for wear, and Corrales took over. He landed a perfectly times left hand and finished the fight. Since suffering through a three-fight losing streak to start his Bellator run, "OK" has now four-straight fights in the promotion.
Opens the Bellator 192 main card with a decision over Georgi Karakhanyan
January 20, 2018
Corrales defeated Georgi Karakhanyan via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) at Bellator 192 on Saturday in Inglewood, Calif.
In a battle of veterans, Corrales pulled out the decision victory. The bout was a back and forth affair, but Corrales held his own in the striking exchanges and won the grappling positions. Corrales ended 2016 on a three-fight losing streak, but he has since turned things around. This victory over Karakhanyan was his third win in a row. Suddenly there are a lot of interesting fights in the Bellator featherweight division for him. The win improves his Bellator record to 3-3 and his professional record to 15-3.
Picks up big win over Noad Lahat
August 25, 2017
Corrales defeated Noad Lahat via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) at Bellator 182 on Friday in Verona, N.Y.
This was a very even fight. Corrales controlled the distance well and landed the better strikes. However, Lahat was game and continued to fight. Corrales was able to stop Lahat's takedowns after the first round, and that ended up being the difference in this fight. He is now 2-3 in Bellator after starting his run in the promotion with three-straight losses.
To face A.J. McKee at Bellator 160
July 25, 2016
Corrales will face A.J. Mckee in a featherweight bout at Bellator 160 on August 26.
Corrales' professional career started by posting 12 straight wins with KOTC, but since his move to Bellator, he's lost three straight. He will have to face the undefeated McKee, who's won his first four professional fights all under Bellator, and all in the first round. Corrales will need to rely on his experience in the ring to expose the 21-year-old's vulnerabilities.
Henry Corrales: Loses To Daniel Straus Friday
June 19, 2015
Corrales lost to Daniel Straus via submission (guillotine) at 3:47 of Round 2 at Bellator 138 on Friday in St. Louis.
Corrales showed a world-class chin in the bout and not much else. He ate about a dozen punches that would of knocked out any mortal man and it was an absolute miracle that he lasted until the second round. Even though Friday was the first professional loss of Corrales' career, he's not a threat in the Bellator featherweight division.