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Bellator 39 Results: Eddie Alvarez Remains a Champ

Written on April 04, 2011 by Markham Mencken

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Bellator 39 is now over and the results are in! Check out the fighters who stepped inside the cage to improve their MMA record.

When Eddie Alvarez stepped inside the cage last Saturday, he was supposed to win in a dominant fashion. But the best and most popular fighter of Bellator Fighting Championship got a tougher opponent in Pat Curran than expected. Still, Eddie Alvarez was able to keep his belt.

See who among your favorite Bellator fighters got an improved record after Bellator 39, and who went home empty-handed. The complete Bellator 39 results are posted after the cut.

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Eddie Alvarez Aims to Dominate Pat Curran

Written on March 31, 2011 by Markham Mencken

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Brace yourself Pat Curran! Eddie Alvarez is going to dominate you on Saturday.

Bellator Lightweight World Champion, Eddie Alvarez, admits that he is keen to dominate Pat Curran on Saturday.

“I need to live up to my own expectations. More than any fight in my career – in this fight with Pat Curran – I just want to completely dominate.”

Eddie Alvarez will defend his world title against Pat Curran at Bellator 39. The event will take place on Saturday, April 2, and will air live at MTV 2.

Can Eddie Alvarez put his goal into fruition? Share your insights by leaving a comment.

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Bellator 39 Features Eddie Alvarez vs Pat Curran

Written on February 19, 2011 by Markham Mencken

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MMA fans are in for some good news, as Bjorn Rebney confirmed that the Eddie Alvarez vs Pat Curran fight is all set for Bellator 39.

Bellator Chairman and CEO, Bjorn Rebney, confirmed that the once canceled title fight between Eddie Alvarez and Pat Curran is now ready to take action. The lightweight bout pitting the two fighters will take place in Bellator 39 on April 2, at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut, and will also air on MTV2.

Eddie Alvarez is carrying a six-fight winning streak and an 11-1 record in his past 12 fights. Two of his victories came via stoppage over Matt Lee and Joachim Hansen. Meanwhile, Pat Curran has four straight wins and a 6-7 record. He also punched his way in for the title match with notable wins from Mike Ricci, Roger Huerta and Toby Imada.

Two fighters with impressive fight record. To whom are you going to place your bet?

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