Friday’s Bellator 105 will be the promotions last event before their first PPV. The Lightweights will be brought in to finish out the tournament semi-finals, but will do so on a paper-thin fight card.
Slow motion heavyweight’s aside, Bellator 104 was an excellent card tonight, with a few future tournament place holders making their mark. It’s the Welterweights we all came to see though, with the finals of that 170lb tourney capping off the evening.
Tonight’s Bellator 104 is one of the best Bellator cards of the season. The Welterweight tournament will come to a head, while fighters across all weight classes will look to get into the next phase of tournaments, with some recognizable names in the mix.
The featherweights were on display tonight at Bellator 103 with the tournament semi-finals, and all four men brought their best effort to cage. We can only have one tournament winner though and with Wilcox and Pitbull having fought very different fights, it’ll take some deep thinking to figure out the outcome of their eventual clash.
Bellator’s featherweight division has long been one of its strongest, and the semi-finals of the Featherweight tournament will get underway at Friday night’s Bellator 103. With four men looking for that chance to face Pat Curran, you can expect the action to be intense as the stakes get higher and higher in the cage.
Fresh off his Bellator 102 semifinal win, the up and coming middleweight Mikkel Parlo announced that he’d signed with the New Jersey based MVC Sports Management.
Bellator MMA was back in California tonight for the heavyweight tournament semifinals and Bellator 102. Two former UFC heavyweights were making their Bellator debuts looking to turn their luck around and rejuvenate their career. One of them was successful while the other one was quickly denied.