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Bellator MMA (formerly known as Bellator Fighting Championships) is a mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion in the USA. Bellator was founded in 2008 by Chairman & CEO Bjorn Rebney. Bellator features "The Toughest Tournament in Sports", which has a single-elimination format that awards the winner of each eight-person or four-person tournament a check for $100,000 and a guaranteed world title fight against the current Bellator world champion in the applicable weight class.

In December 2011, media giant Viacom acquired a majority stake of Bellator and in January 2013, all Bellator events began airing on Spike TV to Spike's 100 million home universe weekly. Bellator produces nearly 25 live events annually, as well as shoulder programming including fighter features, highlight shows and reality based programming.
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Fighters

Heavyweights
Ajlin Ahmic (9-1)
Josh Appelt (10-3)

Stuart Austin (8-0)
Javy Ayala (7-3) - Set to fight Raphael Butler at 125
Karol Bedorf (9-2)
Raphael Butler (8-0-1) - Set to fight Javy Ayala at 125
Jared Cannonier (7-0)
Dan Charles (7-1) - Set to fight D Grabowski

Dillon Cleckler (5-0) - Set to fight Ron Sparks
Christian Colombo (10-1)
Josh Dierkman (14-5) - Set to fight Mike Wessel at Bellator 123

Cody East (8-1)
Konstantin Erokhin (7-1) - Set to fight Maro Perak
Karl Etherington (9-0)

Mark Godbeer (8-2) - Set to fight Chaban Ka
Denis Golstov (11-4)
Damian Grabowski (19-2) - Set to fight Dan Charles

Peter Graham (10-7)
Guram Gugenishivili (12-2)
Blagoi Ivanaov (11-1)

Satoshi Ishii (12-2) - Set to fight Ryan Martinez
Maurice Jackson (2-1)
Lavar Johnson (18-9) - Set to fight Chieck Kongo at Bellator 123
Chaban Ka (8-3) - Set to fight M Goodbeer

Sergei Kharitonov (21-5)
Chieck Kongo (21-9-2) - Set to fight Lavar Johnson at Bellator 123

Alexei Kudin (17-7)
Bobby Lashley (10-2) - Set to fight Josh Burns at Bellator 123
Ryan Martinez (10-4) - Set to fight S Ishii

Vitaly Minakov (14-0) (c) - Set to fight Vinicius Quieroz
Maro Perak (23-4) - Set to fight Konstantin Erokhin
Vinicius Quieroz (7-3) - Set to fight Vitaly Minakov

Augusto Sakai (7-0)
Geronimo Dos Santos (33-14)
Dmitry Sosnovskiy (8-0)

Kimbo Slice (4-2) - Set to fight Tim Sylvia
Ron Sparks (8-3) - Set to fight Dillon Cleckler
Tim Sylvia (31-10) - Set to fight Kimbo Slice
Mighty Mo (6-3)
James Thompson (20-14) - Set to fight Alexander Volkov
Marcin Tybura (11-0)
Alexander Volkov (22-4) - Set to fight James Thompson
Mike Wessel (14-7) - Set to fight Josh Diekman at Bellator 123
Andrew Van Zyl (9-2)

Light Heavyweight
Razak Al Hassan (12-4)
Kelly Anundson (9-2) - Set to fight Liam McGeary at 124
Joey Beltran (15-10-1) - Set to fight Emanuel Newton at 124
Jason Brilz (22-5-1)
Zoumana Cisse (10-0)
Tom DeBlass (9-2)
Austen Heidlage (7-1)
Quinton Jackson (35-11) - Set to fight T.Ortiz
Muhammad Lawal (12-4-1) - Set to fight Marcin Sursa at Bellator 123
Philipe Lins (9-1)
Christian M'Pumbu (18-6-1) - Set to fight B.Vera
Liam McGeary (8-0) - Set to fight Kelly Anundson at 124
James McSweeney (13-11)
Malik Merald (17-11)
Andreas Michiailidis (4-1)
Mike Mucitelli (6-1)
Emanuel Newton (23-7-1) (c) - Set to fight Joey Beltran at 124
Trevor Prangley (32-10-1) - Set to fight T Silva
Stephan Puetz (11-1)
Volkan Oezdemir (10-1)
Tito Ortiz (17-11-1) - Set to fight Q.Jackson
Moise Rimbon (20-9)
Thiago Silva (16-3) - Set to fight T Prangley
Ray Sloan (7-0)
Emiliano Sordi (12-4)
Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou (15-12)
Tyrone Spong (2-0)
Egidijus Valavicius (27–11)
Linton Vassell (14-3-1)
Attila Vegh (29-5-2) - Set to fight M Zayats
Karlos Vemola (14-4)
Rodney Wallace (21-9-1)
Mikhail Zayats (22-8) - Set to fight A Vegh
Virgil Zwicker (12-4) - set to fight
Rameau Thierry SokoudjouBrandon Vera (12-7) - Set to fight C.M'Pumbu

Middleweight
Leandro Ataides (7-0) - Set to fight K.Grove
Jonas Billstein (13-3)
Jason Butcher (7-1)
Cortez Coleman (10-6)
Brett Cooper (20-10)
Dan Cramer (10-4) - Set to fight P.Filkins at 123
Eugene Fadiora (13-2)
Chris Fields (10-5-1)
Perry Filkins (8-1) - Set to fight D.Cramer at 123
Riki Fukuda (21-7)
Jeremiah Graziano (0-0)
Kendall Grove (19-14-1) - Set to fight L.Ataides
Brandon Halsey (7-0)
Joseph Henle (9-1)
Mamed Khalidov (29-4-2) - Set to fight A.Shlemenko
Tyler Manawaroa (10-0)
Melvin Manhoef (28-11-1) - Set to fight D.Marshall at 125
Doug Marshall (18-7) - Set to fight M.Manhoef at 125
Bristol Marunde (13-9) - Set to fight A Sakara
Jason Miller (23-9) - Set to fight Clifford Starks
Sam Oropeza (11-2)
Joe Pacheco (6-2)
Mikkel Parlo (12-2)
Nicholas Penzer (11-1)
Ben Reiter (13-0-1)
Brian Rogers (11-6) - Set to fight James Irvin at 125
Alessio Sakara (15-11) - Set to fight B Marunde
Alexander Shlemenko (50-8) (c) - Set to fight M.Khalidov
Clifford Starks (9-2) - Set to fight Jason Miller
Ian Stephens (2-0) - Set to fight C McKiney
Justin Torrey (7-1)
Brennan Ward (9-2) - Set to fight T.McCroy at 123
Tim Williams (8-1)

Welterweight
Karl Amoussou (17-7-2)
Valdir Araujo (14-5)
Justin Baseman (14-5-1)
Bryan Baker (18-5)
Phil Baroni (15-18) - Set to fight Paul Bradley
Rodrigo Botti (6-0)
Paul Bradley (21-6) - Set to fight Paul Baroni
Nah-Shon Burrell (11-4)
Paul Daley (34-13) - Set to fight K parisyan
Cameron Diffley (4-0) - Set to fight AJ Matthews
Eddy Ellis (19-15)
Brian Foster (22-5)
Walter Gahadza (14-0)
Max Griffin (9-1)
Rick Hawn (18-3)
Jason High (18-5)
Chris Honeycutt (4-0) - Set to fight Ricky Rainey
Jesse Juarez (21-9)
Daniel Kelly (6-0) - Set to fight M Page
Ron Keslar (11-6)
Andrey Koreshkov (17-1) - Set to fight D Lima
Douglas Lima (26-5) (c) - Set to fight A Koreshkov
AJ Matthews (6-3) - Set to fight C Diffley
Adam McDonough (11-1)
Luis Melo (29-13-3)
David Mitchell (14-4)
Chuck O'Neil (13-6) - Set to fight D Rivera
Michael Page (6-0) - Set to fight D Kelly
Karo Parisyan (24-10) - Set to fight P Daley
Ricky Rainey (8-3) - Set to fight Chris Honeycutt
Dante Rivera (16-7) - Set to fight C O'Neil
Danny Roberts (11-1) - Set to fight A Wilkinson
Andre Santos (36-9)
Mark Scanlon (9-2)
Ryan Scope (8-0)
Tommy Speer (20-7)
Gavin Sterritt (6-1)
Herman Terrado (11-3-1)
Aaron Wilkinson (11-6) - Set to fight D Roberts
Cole Williams (6-1)
Marius Zaromskis (20-8)

Lightweight
John Alessio (35-17) - Set to fight M Barnoui
Eddie Alvarez (25-3) (c) - Set to fight W Brooks
Derek Anderson (11-1)
Saad Awad (16-6)
Mansour Barnoui (11-2) - Set to fight J Alessio
Lyle Beerbohm (25-3)
Will Brooks (14-1) - Set to fight E Alvarez
Remy Bussieres (3-1)
Derek Campos (14-4)
Rodrigo Cavalheiro (14-3)
Patrick Cenoble (9-3-1)
Michael Chandler (12-2) - Set to fight P Healy
Sako Chivitchian (8-1)
Rich Clementi (45-23-1) - Set to fight R Sinclair
Ryan Couture (8-3)
Dakota Cochrane (17-5)
Marcus Davis (22-11) - Set to fight L Tynaes
Terry Etim (16-5)
Patricky Freire (13-5)
Brandon Girtz (10-4)
Pat Healy (29-20) - Set to fight M Chandler
Marcin Held (19-3)
Dave Jansen (19-2)
Isao Kobayashi (15-1)
Julian Lane (8-3-1)
Damien Lapilus (9-3-1)
Justin Lawrence (5-2)
Brent Primus (5-0)
Tim Radcliffe (14-4)
Davi Ramos (4-0)
Steven Ray (15-5)
Mike Ricci (9-4)
David Rickels (15-3) - Set to fight A Winner
Jonathan Rivera (4-0)
Alexander Sarnavskiy (26-2) set to fight P Sass
Paul Sass (14-2) - Set to fight A Sarnavskiy
Vladimir Sikic (9-0)
Leandro Silva (16-1)
Rob Sinclair (12-2) - Set to fight R Clementi
Ricardo Tirloni (16-5)
Lowen Tynaes (5-0) -set to fight M Davis
Pablo Villaseca (9-0)
Justin Wilcox (14-6)
Andre Winner (19-8-1) - Set to fight D Rickels

Featherweight
Flavio Alvaro (47-10)
Shinya Aoki (35-6-1)
Freddy Assuncao (8-1)
Junior Assuncao (15-5)
Mark Bessette (13-5) - Set to fight S.Cleve at 123
Martin Buschkamp (7-0)
Darrion Caldwell (5-0)
Scott Cleve (14-4) - Set to fight M.Bessette at 123
Pat Curran (20-5) (c) - Set to fight P.Freire at 123
Genair da Silva (13-5)
Anthony Dizy (5-0)
Cleiton Duarte (13-2)
Chris Fishgold (10-0)
Patricio Freire (21-2) - Set to fight P.Curran at 123
Marat Gafurov (9-0)
Pablo Garza (12-4) - Set to fight D Nunes
Israel Giron (18-3)
Desmond Green (11-3)
Fabricio Guerreiro (20-3)
Damon Jackson (9-0) - Set to fight M Richman
Bubba Jenkins (7-1) - Set to fight D Pineda
Frodo Khasbulaev (21-5) - Set to fight D Taurosevecuis
Diego Marlon (25-8)
Poppies Martinez (29-10)
Julio Cesar Neves (29-0)
Diego Nunes (18-6) - Set to fight P Garza
Jordan Parsons (10-1)
Daniel Pineda (18-11) - Set to fight B Jenkins
Mike Richman (16-5) - Set to fight D Jackson
Jimmie Rivera (14-1)
Luke Sanders (7-0)
Marlon Sandro (25-5-1)
Gleristone Santos (26-4)
Shahbulat Shamhalaev (12-3-1)
Shanon Slack (6-1)
Martin Stapleton (12-3) - Set to fight G.Yamachi at 125
Daniel Straus (22-5) - Set to fight C Uno
Deividas Taurosevecuis (17-5) - Set to fight F Khasbulaev
John Teixeira (17-1-2)
Caol Uno (31-16-5) - Set to fight D Strauss
Alejandro Villalobos (17-3)
Daniel Weichel (34-8)
Eric Wisely (20-9)
Goiti Yamauchi (17-2) - Set to fight M.Stapleton at 125

Bantamweight
Julio Arce (5-0)
Brandon Bender (12-1) - Set to fight Damacio Page
Eduardo Dantas (16-3) (c) - Set to fight J Warren
Antonio Duarte (18-5)
Rob Emerson (16-10) - Set to fight J Hill
Gustavo Falciroli (14-4)
Marcos Galvao (16-6-1) - Set to fight R Roberts
Steve Garcia (4-0) - Set to fight K.Moy at 123
Josh Hill (10-0) - Set to fight R Emerson
Timo-Juhani Hirvikangas (9-2)
Brett Johns (10-0)
Luis Rafael Laurentino (26-0)
Luis Nogueira (16-3-1)
Damacio Page (18-9) - Set to fight Brandon Bender
Demarte Pena (9-0)
Brandon Phillips (5-0)
Ryan Roberts (19-10-1) - Set to fight M Galvao
Zeilton Rodrigues (12-3)
Irshaad Sayed (8-2)
Rafael Silva (21-4)
Joe Taimanglo (19-6-1)
Hideo Tokoro (32-27) - Set to fight M Torres
Miguel Torres (43-7) - Set to fight H Tokoro
Masakatsu Ueda (18-3-2) - Set to fight E west
Joe Warren (11-3) - Set to fight E Dantas
Ed West (18-8) - Set to fight M Ueda
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Bellator Champions

Heavyweight Champion: Vitaly Minakov
Defenses: 1
~ Defeated Cheick Kongo by Unanimous Decision

Light Heavyweight Champion: Emanuel Newton
Defenses: 0

Middleweight Champion: Alexander Shlemenko
Defenses: 3
~ Defeated Brett Cooper by Unanimous Decision
~ Defeated Doug Marshall by 1st round KO
~ Defeated Brennan Ward by 2nd round submission

Welterweight Champion: Douglas Lima
Defenses: 0

Lightweight Champion: Eddie Alvarez
Defenses: 0

Featherweight Champion: Patricio Freire
Defenses: 0

Bantamweight Champion: Eduardo Dantas
Defenses: 2
~ Defeated Marcos Galvao by 2nd round KO
~ Defeated Anthony Leone by 2nd round submission

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Bellator 123: Curran vs Freire

Prelims

Featherweight Bout: Scott Cleve (14-4) vs Mark Bessette (13-5)
Opening the show on the preliminary card was a battle between two feathers both of whom were looking to get back on the winning tracks after both losing their previous fight to Germany's Daniel Weichel. Clearly the more powerful of the two Cleve was throwing heavy shots right from the off as Bessette the more gifted submission specialist of the two looked to take things to the ground. Clearly panicked after being rocked with a right hand by Cleve, Bessette pulled guard on Cleve but this quickly proved to be a big mistake as Cleve began hammering him with punches and elbows causing a late first round stoppage by the referee
Result: Scott Cleve (15-4) defeated Mark Bessette (13-6) by TKO at 4:43 in the 1st round

Lightweight Bout: Lucas Cruz (7-2) vs Andrew Calandrelli (6-4)
Making his Bellator debut Jujitsu fighter Lucas Cruz had a tough task ahead of him in fellow submission artist and Bellator veteran Anrew Calandrelli. In fact with both men pretty much cancelling one another out on the ground it was of no surprise that this ended up as more of a sloppy kick boxing match between the two which whilst not very entertaining gave the fans a exciting finish as Cruz was able to connect with a straight right hand which put Andrew down on the mat for a KO Victory.
Result: Lucas Cruz (8-2) defeated Andrew Calandrelli (6-5) by KO at 2:56 in the 2nd round

Bantamweight Bout: Blair Tugman (5-5) vs Brandon Fleming (3-2)
After coming up short in his last Bellator appearance Blair Tugman was very much looking for redemption here as he battled young prospect Brandon Fleming who last time he stepped in the Bellator cage secured an impressive Peruvian Necktie finish. Much like the aforementioned Cruz/Calandrelli bout despite both men being more versed in their submission skills. They opted to keep the fight stranding for a very timid affair in which both men seemed to be content to wait for the other to make a mistake rather then create their own openings. This lead the fight to go to the score cards for a decision win for Fleming.
Result: Brandon Fleming (4-2) defeated Blair Tugman (5-6) by split decision

Featherweight Bout: Philipe Martins (0-0) vs Pete Rogers (1-1)
Having lost in his first Bellator Appearance to Brandon Fleming the pressure was on Karate based fighter Pete Rogers as he took on debutante Philipe Martins and right from the off it was clear that since that loss Rogers had grown a lot more confident in his skills as a fighter as he constantly moved round and out struck the debuting Martins. Clearly getting frustrated at being picked apart Martins in the last round tried rushing in on Rogers only to have Pete clip him right a right hand which rocked him heavily. Keeping calm Rogers continued his pressure based striking style which he employed the whole fight leading to him scoring a unanimous decision.
Result: Pete Rogers (2-1) Defeated Philipe Martins (0-1) by unanimous decision

Light Heavyweight Bout: Mike Muticelli (6-1) vs Mark Griffin (3-3-1)
With the last few bouts focusing on some of the lighter divisions the next fight of the evening saw two light heavyweights who desperately needed to get back on the winning track face off. Both having come off KO Losses with Griffin in fact not having fought since 2011. It was no surprise that both men went for bust right from the off and with the way they was swinging it was also no surprise that in the end someone was going to sleep and it was a right uppercut by Muticelli which did just that as Griffin collapsed in a heap on the canvas
Result: Mike Muticelli (7-1) defeated Mark Griffin (3-4-1) by KO at 1:41 in the 1st round

Middleweight Bout: Perry Filkins (8-1) vs Dan Cramer (10-4)
Since his arrival to Bellator heavy handed Perry Filkins has managed to go 2-0 with impressive wins over Jonas Billstein and Jeremy Kimball to his credit. However here Perry battled his arguably toughest opponent yet in durable Bellator Veteran Dan Cramer. The ATT product of course holds a 6-2 Bellator Record but right in the first 30 seconds of the fight it looked like it would soon become his 3rd Bellator loss and his 3rd Bellator stoppage loss as a heavy over hand by Filkins dropped Cramer. Cramer to his credit was able to recover before he wobbled Filkins with a shot of his own. To the fans delight this fight was very much a back and forth war from this point on with both men being rocked on several occasions until late in the third round when a body shot by Cramer crumpled Filkins and allowed Cosmo to follow up with several more shots for a TKO.
Result: Dan Cramer (11-4) defeated Perry Filkins (8-2) by TKO at 4:51 in 3rd round

Middleweight Bout: Brennan Ward (9-2) vs Tamdan McCroy (11-3)
Having come up short against the Champion Alexander Shlemenko in his last fight, Brennan Ward came out aggressive looking to make a statement here against debutante Tamdan McCroy. Throwing wild strikes right from the off Brennan was able to push Tamdan up against the cage where he landed several crushing knee strikes for a KO Finish giving McCroy his first ever KO Loss.
Result: Brennan Ward (10-2) defeated Tamdan McCroy (11-4) by KO at 1:46 in the 1st round

Heavyweight Bout: Mike Wessel (14-7) vs Josh Diekmann (14-5)
After his last Bellator fight ended in controversy knockout artist Josh Diekmann quickly returned to form here against longtime journeyman Mike Wessel as literally the first punch thrown by Josh dropped Mike and as he got to his feet a flurry from The Freight Train was enough to put Wessel down.
Result: Josh Diekmann (15-5) defeated Mike Wessel (14-8) by KO at 0:32 in the 1st round

Bantamweight Bout: Steve Garcia (4-0) vs Kin Moy (4-0)
Two undefeated Bantamweight prospects did battle in the second to last preliminary fight of the evening in what looked to be an interesting styles clash between striker Steve Garcia and grappler Kin Moy. For most of the fight Moy made the surprising decision to keep things standing with Garcia and to his credit Moy showed some technical striking but as the fight drew on Garcia began to overwhelm Moy with the sheer volume of his strikes leading to a unanimous decision victory.
Result: Steve Garcia (5-0) defeated Kin Moy (4-1) by unanimous decision

Bantamweight Bout: Rico DiSciullo (2-0) vs Marvin Maldonado (2-1)
Finally in the last fight of the prelim card Bellator fans were treated to an interesting rematch between Rico DiSciullo and Marvin Maldonado who of course last time they fought ended up with a no contest thanks to some illegal knees. However unlike their last fight there would be no controversy this time as Maldonado was able to quickly get the fight to the ground and work position until he took DiSciullo's back and locked in a rear naked choke for the submission.
Result: Marvin Maldonado (3-1) defeated Rico DiSciullo (2-1) by submission at 2:21 in the 1st round

Main Card
Heavyweight Bout: Cheick Kongo (21-9-2) vs Lavar Johnson (18-9)
Opening up the main card portion of the show was a Heavyweight battle between strikers Cheick Kongo and Lavar Johnson. Any fans expecting a stand up war were quickly disappointed as Cheick Kongo was able to quickly secure a take down on Johnson but this wasn't to just hold down Lavar as from half guard Kongo began to unleash several nasty elbow strikes of Johnson opening up a cut which caused the ref to cause a stop to the contest for the doctor to take a look. With the cut right above Lavar's eye and blood actually going into the eye, The doctor was left with no choice but to call the fight off.
Result: Cheick Kongo (22-9-2) defeated Lavar Johnson (18-10) by doctor stoppage at 2:08 in the 1st round

Heavyweight Bout: Bobby Lashley (10-2) vs Josh Burns (8-7)
Making his Bellator debut thanks to TNA's relationship with Bellator. Bobby Lashley made a very quick statement as he quickly dropped journeyman Josh Burns with a right hand and right away jumped on the downed Burns taking the mount and raining down on him with punches before taking an arm triangle choke for the submission.
Result: Bobby Lashley (11-2) defeated Josh Burns by submission at 1:55 in the 1st round

Light Heavyweight Bout: Muhammad Lawal (12-4) vs Marcus Sursa (13-8)
In the co main event of the evening Muhammad "King Mo" Lawal looked to return to his winning ways as he battled late replace Marcus Sursa who stepped in to replace an injured Tom DeBlass. Clearly right from the off you could see this fight was a mismatch as Mo was the superior fighter in every facet of the game controlling Sursa from top position and working his ground and pound before finally finishing Marcus late in the second with some hard punches from mount.
Result: Muhammad Lawal (13-4) defeated Marcus Sursa (13-9)

Featherweight Championship Bout: Pat Curran (20-5) vs Patricio Freire (21-2)
Finally in the main event of the evening Bellator Featherweight Champion Pat Curran battled past opponent Patricio Freire in a rematch from their epic Bellator 85 battle in which Curran just scraped a split decision win. Just like the first fight this rematch was a battle from start to finish with both the champion and the challenger having their moments with Curran actually coming close to finishing Patricio late in the second after several heavy shots whilst in the 4th Freire took Curran's back and repeatedly threatened for chokes. As for the fight went to the 5th round both men really went for broke and it looked like Curran had the round in the bag as he was able to deal up some major damage with his jab only to have Patricio connect with a flying knee late in the round which dropped him. Freire pounced on Curran and again threatened with a choke as the fight drew to a close.
Result: Patricio Freire (22-2) defeated Pat Curran (20-6) by split decision to become the new Bellator Featherweight Champion

(This was more a preview card to get things rolling as this card was already set IRL for Bellator. With the upcoming cards I will be making my own matches and also incorporating some other aspects to my show. Hope you enjoy)
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