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Underestimated Bellator Consistently Delivering Fan Pleasing Finishes


The sixth season for Bellator is just starting but fans have already been reminded of what the underestimated MMA promotion brings to the table each and every week. Aside from the obvious tournament aspect that draws fans into the drama that unfolds over three separate events, Bellator more often than not delivers crowd pleasing Finishes.

Mixed Martial Thoughts: The Warren Stoppage, Bellator Heavyweight Finals, and The Verbal Submission

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Last Friday, Bellator returned to action with the event being headlined by defending featherweight champion Joe Warren versus tournament winner Pat Curran.  The fight ended in the 3rd round when Curran put Warren away with a vicious flurry to get the knockout.

Which Promotion has the better Featherweights? [Quick Poll]


Friday night’s Bellator 60 was a solid showcase of the promotions 145 lb. division, a division that is filled with talent and also has a newly crowned champion. Bellator’s featherweight division is quite possibly their premiere division and likely the only division that could possibly be compared side to side to that of the UFC. In terms of sheer volume you’d have to give it to the UFC but what about top-tier talent, who has the edge their?

A new Champion is Crowned at Bellator 60

bellator-60 Warren v Curran

The main event of last night’s Bellator 60 was a long-awaited featherweight title fight between Joe Warren and Pat Curran. The bout capped off the first event of Bellator’s sixth season, which also featured the opening round of a brand new featherweight tournament. The main card was all about the featherweights, showcasing arguably the promotions best division.

Bellator 60 Main Card Break Down


The main card of tonight’s Bellator 60 in Hammond, Indiana at The Venue inside The Horseshoe Casino brings you night of featherweight action as current Bellator featherweight king Joe Warren defends his title against Pat Curran. The night will also feature the first round in the featherweight tournament to determine who will get the next title shot against the winner of the main event.