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A big and explosive Bellator match is already slated, as the promotion stacked their first Welterweight Quarterfinal for this year.
Last Tuesday, Bellator Fighting Championships made its inaugural match for 2011. The fourth season of the promotion’s welterweight quarterfinals is penciled to take action at Bellator Fighting Championships 35 on March 5, at the Tachi Palace Hotel and Casino in Lemoore, California. According to Bellator Chairman and CEO, Bjorn Rebney:
“This welterweight tournament is stacked. Every fight should be hyper-competitive.”
The event will be headlined by a match-up between Lyman Good and Chris Lozano. The televised card will be aired, live, on MTV2. In addition to this, the winner in the event will take home $100,000, and will have a chance to face Ben Askren for a world title.View Article Source »
"It feels great. Bellator builds warriors, and even those who hate me have to admit, I'm a freakin' warrior." - Ben Askren. Indeed, what Askren showed last Thrusday proved that he is a fighter.
Ben Askren showcased his Olympic wrestling skills last Thursday night at Bellator 33, en route to a unanimous decision win over Lyman Good. it was an entertaining fight, as Askren took most of the match under his control. It only took him 15 minutes in the first round to secure a take-down, and get on top of Good on the ground. However, Good was able to blow punches from the bottom, which made him get back to his feet. Askren got Good on his back on the second and third frame too, but his opponent was not able to take the pace he had in the first round.Read the rest of the article »
Two undefeated will meet on a five round title match at Bellator 33 this coming October. Will this Lyman Good's another victory moment, or will this be Ben Askren's moment to shine?
October’s Bellator 33 added a five-round title fight between Lyman “Cyborg” Good and Ben “Funky” Askren. As posted on Askren’s Twitter account, the fight will take place on October 21 at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia. The event will air as part of FOX’s Spots Net-televised main card. Good will defend his title and marks his first bout since his successful title run in 2009. The unbeaten Askren, on the other hand, signed with Bellator earlier this year after a triple success from smaller organizations. The Bellator 33 is the organization’s debut in Pennsylvania. Tickets, ranging from $25 to $150, are now available at www.ComcastTix.com.View Article Source »
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