MMAValor Store

Bellator’s Season Four Semifinals are Set

bellator fighting31 300x200 Bellators Season Four Semifinals are Set

The first four events of Bellator’s fourth season are now in the books, completing all of the tournaments quarterfinal rounds. Each of the four tournaments started with an eight man field that was dwindled down to four following the quarterfinals. It’s now time for the semifinal round and other than one welterweight fight; the semifinals are set and below are the schedule of when they will fight.  

Along with the semifinal fights, Bellator 39 – 42 will also feature a title fight between Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez against Pat Curran at Bellator 39 along with Ben Askren vs. Nick Thompson at Bellator 40 and Joe Warren vs. Marcos Galvao at Bellator 41, both in non-title bouts.

The next round of the tournaments are filled with some very intriguing matchup that will begin fans one step closer to crowning four new tournament champions.


Rick Hawn vs. Lyman Good Bellator 39 (April 2nd)

Brent Weedman vs. Jay Hieron TBD*


Patricky Freire vs. Toby Imada Bellator 39 (April 2nd)

Lloyd Woodard vs. Michael Chandler Bellator 40 (April 9th)


Kenny Foster vs. Daniel Straus Bellator 41 (April 16th)

Wilson Reis – Patricio Freire Bellator 41 (April 16th)

Light Heavyweight

Christian M’Pumbu vs. Tim Carpenter Bellator 42 (April 23rd)

Richard Hale vs. D.J. Linderman Bellator 42 (April 23rd)

* = Brent Weedman suffered a facial laceration during the fight with Dan Hornbuckle and has been suspended 60 days, putting his position in the tournament in doubt


 Powered by Max Banner Ads 

Tags: Bellator, Bellator 39, Bellator 40, Bellator 41, Bellator 42, Jay Hieron, Lloyd Woodard, Lyman Good, MMA, Patricio Freire, Patricky Freire, Rick Hawn, semi-finals, Toby Imada

Category: Bellator, Exclusive, MMA

About the Author ()

My brain child is MMAValor, something I had wanted to do for a long time and finally it’s here. Been an MMA fan since TUF season one (play catch up all the time) and the obsession started to grow like a weed and as the sport grows so does the love for the sport. I’m a jack of all trades, a very organized person that rides an emotional roller coaster daily.

Leave a Reply

Refresh Image