Champ Eddie Alvarez meets Michael Chandler at November's Bellator 58


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While injury forced a short delay in Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez's planned title defense with season-four tournament winner Michael Chandler, fans won't have to wait long for the contest. Originally scheduled to take place at this weekend's Bellator 54 event, company brass recently announced the matchup has been moved back just five weeks and will take place at November's Bellator 58 card. Already featuring middleweight champion Hector Lombard in a 195-pound non-title view original article >>

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