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It's now official! Bellator's Summer Series will now be a complete trilogy event, as Bellator 48 is now slated on August 20 at the Mohegan Sun Arena.
The third event of Bellator Fighting Championships’ Summer Series trilogy now has a venue. Bellator Chairman and CEO, Bjorn Rebney, announced last Wednesday that Bellator 48 will possibly kick off at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut on August 20. Bellator 48 will air on MTV2 live, and will feature the last round of the promotion’s latest eight-man, 145-pound tournament.
Bellator’s Summer Series will take action on June 25 with Bellator 46, wherein Marlon Sandro, Pat Curran, Ronnie Mann and Nazareno Malegarie will square off against Genair da Silva, Luis Palomino, Adam Schindler and Jacob Devree respectively. The tournament’s semifinals will take place at Bellator 47 on July 23, with Joe Warren defending his featherweight championship belt contra Patricio Freire.
With Bellator’s Summer Series now officially pinned as a trilogy event, it’s time to heat the anticipation up.View Article Source »
Bellator 46 could not wait much longer, and its gearing up to bring the summer series to the fans.
After Bellator 45, the promotion is now quickly heading on its Bellator 46: Summer Series that will take place on June 25 at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida.
To air on MTV2 for the rest of the summer, Bellator 46: Summer Series will feature a middleweight bout between Josh Samman and Mike Bernhard and a heavyweight duel pitting Tony Johnson Jr. with an opponent yet to be determined. Meanwhile, Jessica “Jag” Aguilar and Carla Esparza will step once again on the arena for the womens division.
See the current Bellator 46 fight card after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
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