Cole Konrad vs. Neil Grove heavyweight title fight slated for Bellator 32


Bellator Fighting Championships will crown its first-ever heavyweight champ on Oct. 14. That's when Cole Konrad and Neil Grove, finalists from the organization's eight-man heavyweight tournament, meet to determine a tourney winner and first-ever heavyweight title-holder. Bellator 32 takes place in Missouri at the Kansas City Power & Light District. view original article >>
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