Eddie Alvarez-Patricky ‘Pitbull’ Freire Lightweight Headliner Tops 10-Fight Bellator 76 Bill
Bellator Fighting Championships
announced on Thursday that an
headliner between Eddie
is now official.
Bellator 76 takes place Oct. 12 and will feature 10 fights in
total, four of which will serve as the Season 7 featherweight
quarterfinals. The MTV2-broadcast main draw will see two-time
tournament vet Nazareno
Malegarie take on Rad
Martinez, while Wagnney
Spoon and Cody
Bollinger square off with Akop
Richman and Shahbulat
The event takes place at Caesars Windsor Hotel and Casino in
Windsor, Ontario. The preliminary card streams live on both
Spike.com and Bellator.com and features a welterweight pairing
between former two-division King of the Cage champion Dom O’Grady
and onetime Strikeforce competitor A.J.
Matthews, as well as a 145-pound scrap pitting the unbeaten
Fischer against Canadian prospect Kyle
Additionally, three more bouts will be featured on the evening’s
undercard, as Ainsley
Robinson meets Chad
Laprise at lightweight, Ali Mokdad
Marini at middleweight and Nayeb Hezam
squares off with Magomedrasul
Khasbulaev at featherweight.
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They will meet again in September.
Pat Curran will put the Bellator featherweight title on the line on September 5, when he finally meets two-time tournament winner Patricio "Pitbull" Freire at Bellator 123. Combate first reported the bout, and MMAFighting.com confirmed the news with sources close to the situation.
Curran (20-5) first fought Freire in January 2013, defending his title via split decision on Bellator's first live event on Spike TV. Curran lost his belt to Daniel Strauss ten months more
Yes, that's the same night as the UFC Fight Night 50 event on the other side of town.
New Bellator head cheese Scott Coker is already looking to make things right.
Bellator MMA featherweight champion Pat Curran will defend his title against Patricio Freire at the upcoming Bellator 123 mixed martial arts (MMA) event, according to Combate (via MMA Fighting), which takes place on Sept. 5, 2014 at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn., live on Spike TV.
And it will be up against some stiff competit more
A featherweight title fight rematch between champion Pat Curran and Patricio ‘Pitbull’ Freire has been slotted for Bellator 123 in September. An intriguing rematch has between scheduled to take place at Bellator 123 in September, as featherweight champion Pat Curran meets Patricio Freire in the main event of the evening.
Although Bellator officials are yet to make a formal announcement regarding the title fight, the news was revealed by Combate.com and later confirmed by MMAFighting.com.
Bellator MMA featherweight champion Pat Curran will put his belt on the line against a familiar foe at Bellator 123.Filed under: Bellator, News more
Bellator 123 lands at the Mohegan Sun on Sept. 5, featuring Pat Curran, Patricio Pitbull Freire, King Mo Lawal, Cheick Kongo and Bobby Lashley. more
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It's been a little over a week since former Strikeforce founder Scott Coker replaced Bjorn Rebney as the president of operations for Bellator MMA. And while things remain quiet as Viacom plots out the future for what has already been referred to as "Bellator 2.0," Coker offered fight fans a sneak preview on Thursday, posting a letter on Bellator.com that can be seen in its entirety below. Dear Bellator Nation,
I wanted to take a moment and tell you all how excited I am to be a part of the Bellat more
Since signing on with Bellator MMA, Scott Coker has remained relatively quiet. more
Until then, you can relive all the action here.
Newport Beach, Calif. (June 25, 2014) - Spike TV will telecast an encore presentation of one of MMA's most memorable events of 2014, "BELLATOR MMA: RAMPAGE vs KING MO" on Friday, July 18 at 9:00pm ET/PT.
For the first time on free television, fans that missed Bellator's first-ever pay-per-view event can witness the highly-anticipated grudge match between Rampage Jackson and King Mo plus epic upset victories for Will Brooks and Tito Ortiz.
Fans can more