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Season five Ends on a Sour Note with Bellator 59


What a difference a week makes. Following last week’s Bellator 58 that featured a fight of the year candidate, Bellator 59 ended season five on an unfortunate sour note. Featuring two tournament finals and two exciting lightweight bouts on the main card, things looked promising on paper.

Bellator 59 Bold Predictions


Bellator’s season five has been one of the greatest for the promotion and it will come to a close at this Saturday’s Bellator 58 event in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Coming off last weekend’s exciting lightweight championship main event that saw Michael Chandler defeat Eddie Alvarez, the guys on Saturday’s card have a tough act to follow.

Michael Chandler Now on Deck for Eddie Alvarez

Last night Bellator continued to wrap up their 4th season of tournament fights with an exciting card in Atlantic City. Michael Chandler improved his record to 8-0 when he faced Patricky Freire (9-2). Chandler kept Freire at bay excelling in the mental aspect of the fight, taking it where Freire never thought it would be. The mental edge was key as well as the occasional yet unintentional kicks to the lower section of Freire to slow the beast.

Bellator 44 Fight Card with Main Card Predictions

The end is near for the fourth season of Bellator Fighting Championship as we have arrived at the second to last event in Bellator 44. Live from the Caesars Atlantic City in Atlantic City, New Jersey and airing live on MTV2, Bellator 44 offers up a main card full of talent.

Season Four Tournament Finals Begin this Week for Bellator

The successful fourth season for Bellator Fighting Championship is nearing its completion, having only three events left. The season four tournaments have also reached the end and the four final bouts will place out over the remaining events.

Five More Fights to Watch in May

We’re back, with five more fights you won’t want to miss this month.  After all, May does have 31 days, so why not run out another five fights to keep you occupied by the TV this month.  These are the fights that won’t be held in the UFC, but are still well worth the watch.