Bellator’s Dublin return already had a reshuffled main event, and now it has two more contests scheduled, as well.
Bellator officials today announced that both a women’s featherweight matchup of Maria Casanova vs. Sinead Kavanagh and a 165-pound catchweight contest of Kevin Ferguson Jr. vs. Fred Freeman have been added to Bellator 187, which takes place Nov. 10 at 3Arena in Ireland.
The night’s main card airs via tape delay on Spike.
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