- 10 months ago
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Bellator 105 was highlighted by Tiger Sarnavskiy finishing Ricardo Tirloni and Will Brooks defeating Saad Awad to advance to the Bellator Lightweight Tournament Final. read news >>
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Alexander Sarnavskiy has three words to describe himself as a fighter: technical, angry and conditioned. The Russian thinks the last one is going to be particularly relevant tonight at Bellator 101. read news >>
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Often bullied by older kids when he was a youngster, Bellator lightweight Alexander Sarnavskiy carries those times with him when he enters the cage. read news >>
More broken hands in Bellator. First it was Alexander "Tiger" Sarnavskiy (22-1 MMA, 2-1 BFC) who was out of Bellator Season 8 Lightweight tournament semifinal due to his injury, now it’s Daniel Straus (21-4 MMA, 7-1 BFC) who broke his hand during a training session.
Straus was supposed to have a title fight against featherweight champion Pat Curran (18-4 MMA, 8-1 BFC) at Bellator 95 on April 4 at Revel Resort & Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey. A replacement search is currently underway read news >>
Alexander "Tiger" Sarnavskiy (22-1 MMA, 2-1 BFC) cannot continue Bellator Season 8 lightweight tournament semifinals because of broken a hand. read news >>
Alexander Sarnavskiy has a fractured hand and will not be able to continue in Bellator’s Season 8 lightweight tournament. read news >>
Bellator lightweight semifinalist Alexander Sarnavskiy is out of the tournament with a fractured hand. read news >>
Alexander Sarnavskiy's coming out party will have to wait.
Salty veteran Rich Clementi proved he's still got plenty of fight left
in him and utilized superior grappling to earn a split decision over the
heavily hyped Russian.
Clementi joined Dave Jansen, Marcin Held and Ricardo Tirloni in the
semifinals of Bellator's season 7 lightweight tournament, which kicked
off on the main card of Friday's Bellator 77 event at Reading Eagle
Theater in the Sovereign Center in Reading, Pa.
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Highly regarded Russian lightweight Alexander “Tiger” Sarnavskiy is on an amazing undefeated streak of 20 victories, but he has a tough draw in UFC vet Rich Clementi at Bellator 77. read news >>
Alexander Sarnavskiy is regarded by many as one of the world’s top lightweight prospects, but the 23-year-old RusFighters representative says that would not be the case were it not for his mentor, two-time Bellator middleweight tournament champion Alexander Shlemenko. read news >>
There are lots of things Alexander Sarnavskiy hopes he can change in the near future.
For starters, he wants you to know who he is. And to accomplish that, he wants to win Bellator's lightweight tournament.
If he does that, everything else should fall into place.
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