INGLEWOOD, Calif. When Henry Corrales got on stage in front of the microphone at his Bellator 192 post-event news conference, his face told a story. It was a story that said he had been in a fight. And as far as Corrales is concerned, that’s all right with him. “There’s just one thing I know any time I fight I’m going to bring a fight,” Corrales said. “I’m here to fight. I don’t want to win points. That’s not what I’m interested in. I’m an entertainer. I want to show up and I want to scrap. I want to fight.”Scrap, Corrales (15-3 MMA, 3-3 BMMA) did. He had an entertaining back-and-forth first round against Georgi Karakhanyan (27-8-1 MMA, 6-6 BMMA) in their featherweight fight, which was the first bout in history to air on the new Paramount Network. In the end, Corrales won his third straight with a pair of 29-28 scores and a 30-27. Bellator 192 took place Saturday at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. The main card aired on Paramount (formerly Spike) following prelims on MMAjunkie. The Californian started his Bellator tenure with three straight losses to Daniel Straus, Emmanuel Sanchez and Patricio Freire. Straus is a former featherweight champ, and Freire is the current titleholder. So that start was a rough stretch against top-shelf competition. But since then, in part, he says, thanks to a move in his training home, he is 3-0. Before the win over former WSOF champ Karakhanyan, he beat Noad Lahat and Cody Bollinger. The MMA Lab in Phoenix, he said, should get much of the credit. “I’ve just evolved,” he said of the move. “I lost some fights. I was living down the street from here, not too far (away). I didn’t know at the time, but I wasn’t getting the proper training. Once you lose some fights, that (expletive) slaps you right in the face and it’s a rude awakening. It put me in the position like, ‘I’ve got to step my game up.'” At The Lab, his training partners on any given day might include the likes of Benson Henderson, Bryan Barberena, Alex Caceres, Rob Emerson or Sean O’Malley. “The MMA Lab is one of the best schools in the world,” Corrales said. “I made the jump, and I took off and I’ve been undefeated since. I just feel really good about being a martial artist. My game’s evolving, and I’m getting better. I’m always down to fight any of these guys I don’t care. But now it’s at a point where I deserve to be fighting the best competition, making better money, stuff like that.” He no doubt will be curious to see what kind of competition Bellator will be handing him next, now that he’s emerging as a solid featherweight. For more from Corrales, check out the video above.And for complete coverage of Bellator 192 check out the MMA Events section of the site.