2019年11月21日 category : 未分類 

Bellator announced to ESPN its upcoming tentpole event, which is set to occur May 11 at Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois. The card features a number of fascinating matchups, and I will list them below along with my first thoughts in today’s MMA odds and ends.
Michael Chandler vs. Patricio “Pitbull” Freire, Bellator 221
The principal event of Bellator 221 will be a five-round superfight between Bellator lightweight winner Michael Chandler and Bellator featherweight champion Patricio”Pitbull” Freire. Chandler’s belt will be up for grabs in this one as Pitbull is going up in weight for a struggle that will ascertain arguably the best fighter in Bellator history. Chandler (19-4) is 16-4 in Bellator and just won back the lightweight title from Brent Primus in his last struggle. He’s won seven of the last eight fights complete and having a win here over Pitbull would solidify himself as the advertising’s greatest home-grown talent . Pitbull (28-4) can also be 16-4 in Bellator and is coming off of back-to-back featherweight title defenses over Emmanuel Sanchez and Daniel Wiechel. What a battle between two fights that are amazing. Chandler will likely be preferred here as he is the larger fighter, but Pitbull is a stud and shouldn’t be counted out. Depending on the line, Pitbull could be worth a look as a dog.
Pat Curran vs. AJ McKee, Bellator 221
Former Bellator featherweight champion Pat Curran will return to the cage when he takes on rising star AJ McKee. Curran (23-7) is 13-4 overall in Bellator and is among the top fighters to ever fight for the promotion. He is actually riding a three-fight win streak at this time, though he has not fought as an October 2017 conclusion win over John Teixeira. McKee (13-0) produced his Bellator and expert MMA debut in October 2015 and hasn’t looked back since as he’s undefeated and has buzzsawed through every opponent that Bellator has put his manner. Curran is a solid gatekeeper at this point of his career, but McKee is a true stud and I fully expect him to win this battle. There is no doubt the undefeated rising star is going to be a massive favorite here.
Douglas Lima vs. winner of Paul Daley/Michael Page, Bellator 221
The semifinals of this Bellator Welterweight Grand Prix will take place with this particular card featuring Douglas Lima contrary to the winner of this weekend’s Paul Daley vs. Michael Page battle. There’s not much to say about this however as he do not know the matchup, but Lima vs. both of those men makes for an awesome fight.
Jake Hager vs. TBA, Bellator 221
And Jake Hager will return to the cage for his next MMA battle against a yet-to-be-named competition. Hager (1-0) submitted JW Kiser in his Bellator and MMA debut. He looks like a very intriguing heavyweight potential considering his strength and size, though I’d expect Bellator to provide him a second”can” because of his next battle because they continue to slow-build him. I have no doubt Bellator is going to be able to discover a different Kiser clone and pay them a few thousand bucks to get finished by Hager.
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