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  2. Le Champion Lhw (et Hw) du Bellator, Ryan "Darth" Bader, défendra son titre des -205 à San José lors du Bellator 243 du 9 Mai prochain. Son challenger sera le Russe Vadim Nemkov, un solide combattant invaincu dans l'orga du gros Coker en 6 fights, avec des succès probants sur d'anciens Champions de l'orga comme Phil Davis, Liam McGeary et Rafael Carvalho. Du côté "Darth" Bader, on tient également un gars qui n'a plus connu la défaite depuis Janvier 2016 (Ko face à Anthony Johnson à l'UFC) et dont la dernière défense de titre en Lhw remonte à fin 2017 (Tko face à Linton Vassel). https://mmajunkie.usatoday.com/2020/01/ufc-bellator-fight-bookings-roundup-news-jan-20-26
  3. Pour voir qu'elles sont copines, y'a des vlogs ufc marrants!! tu vois les 2 golgoths rentrer dans des magasins de sapes et essayer des robes ultra sexy mais qui leurs vont aussi bien que a hulk hogan!! se faire faire les ongles alors qu'elles ont des mains plus grosse que mon père qui travaillait dans le batiment!! et plein d'autre trucs hilarants, ça serait un scetch que ce serait pas plus drole...
  4. C'est là que tu te dis que Blaydes est un monstre et qu'il n'y a que Ngannou pour le mettre mal. JDS est encore un danger pour beaucoup de mecs dans la catégorie mais il ne sera plus champion.
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    Kimura with Arm Trap by Fabio Gurgel

    KIMURA WITH ARM TRAP // https://www.bjjfanatics.com In this Wrestling Moves Video, Fabio Gurgel teaches the Kimura with Arm Trap BJJ Technique.
  6. Saturday was another one of those wild and woolly MMA nights. The UFC and Bellator went head to head for the first time in 2020, with UFC on ESPN+ 24 and Bellator 238 going down on opposite coasts. Plenty of stars shined on both shows, but who shined brightest? MMA Junkie’s Dave Doyle, Danny Segura, and Simon Samano sound off on who they think was the weekend’s biggest winner in the latest edition of Triple Take. Without further ado … **** Dave Doyle: Cris Cyborg’s history-making performance the obvious choice Full disclosure: As of this writing, I’ve yet to watch UFC Raleigh. I covered Bellator 238 at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., late in the night, and Sunday was my off day. But that said? Working cageside meant I got to see Cris Cyborg’s handiwork up close and personal, and I’m quite confident nothing I’ll see when I catch up with the UFC show could convince me that anyone other than Cyborg was the weekend’s biggest winner. We’re on the back end of MMA’s third decade, and as the sport becomes more established and entrenched, history-making moments become fewer and further between. Saturday night was one of those nights, and Cyborg lived up to the moment. By finishing Julia Budd, she became the first fighter, regardless of gender, to win championships in four separate major promotions, all in the same weight class, 10-plus years apart. But it’s not just the fact she got the job accomplished: It was how she did it. Budd’s a legit talent who has ruled over a Bellator women’s featherweight division that is deeper than the UFC’s version. Cyborg never let Budd get untracked. Cyborg has evolved as a fighter over the years, one capable of going into deep waters. The combination of ferocity and pinpoint accuracy Cyborg displayed in finishing Budd in the fourth round was the type of display she used to put on in the opening minutes of fights during her early days. An all-time great adding to her legacy and creating history in the process? Yeah, I’ll take that over anything else either card could possibly serve up. Next page – Danny Segura: Michael Chiesa is quickly becoming a threat welterweight 1 2 …3Voir l'article complet
  7. The crime-fighting persona of “Phoenix Jones” has taken an interesting twist. Jones is the alter ego of Seattle’s Ben Fodor, a mixed martial artist whose highest-profile fights were in World Series of Fighting. In costume, Fodor garnered headlines through his vigilante crime patrols in downtown Seattle and adjacent neighborhoods. But according to Seattle television station KOMO, Fodor recently found himself on the wrong side of the law, as he was arrested earlier this month in King County (Wash.) and faces multiple drug charges after allegedly selling Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) and cocaine. According to KOMO, Jones sold 7.1 grams of MDMA, known on the streets as “Molly,” to an undercover agent of the Seattle Police Department at a Starbucks on Nov. 21. The agent had sent Fodor $300 via Venmo prior to the deal, paid another $200 in person, and had an agreement for a future deal. Related Ex-UFC fighter Josh Grispi pulled from MMA return due to 'legal complications' Ibraheem Yazeed allegedly shot Aniah Blanchard, will face death penalty, DA says That second transaction was consummated on Jan. 9, after which Fodor and alleged accomplice Andrea Irene Berendsen were arrested. Seven bundles of cocaine were discovered, according to the KOMO report. This is not Fodor’s first run-in with law enforcement, as he has been cited eight times for driving on a suspended license. Fodor was released on Jan. 11 and is scheduled for arraignment on Feb. 3. In MMA, Fodor has a 7-3-1 record, which includes a 1-2 run in WSOF in 2015 and 2016. He last competed on Oct. 14, 2017, dropping a unanimous decision to Austin Vanderford in Tacoma, Wash. Voir l'article complet
  8. INGLEWOOD, Calif. – Emilee King took out a boxing champion and had an example to look back at in preparation. King (4-4 MMA, 1-0 BMMA) upset WBC boxing champ Ava Knight (1-1 MMA, 1-1 BMMA) in her promotional debut. King submitted Knight in a little more than two minutes at Bellator 238 this past Saturday. It wasn’t the first time a former boxing champion crossed over to the Bellator cage. Former WBO featherweight champ Heather Hardy had a rude awakening in her second MMA bout when she was battered and stopped by Kristina Williams at Bellator 185. Hardy also took on King’s teammate, Taylor Turner, this past June and suffered a second-round TKO loss at Bellator 222. With Taylor in King’s corner, King had the kind of pointers she needed against a boxing champion, herself. Related 4 biggest takeaways from Bellator 238: Darrion Caldwell impresses to set up A.J. McKee showdown Scott Coker on Cris Cyborg’s title win and what's next, Sergio Pettis’ debut, more after Bellator 238 Bellator 238 post-event facts: Cris Cyborg achieves MMA's first quadruple crown “We absolutely did read into (Turner’s win over Hardy),” King said after her win. “I relied heavily on coach Taylor, not only for my strength and conditioning, and as like a mentor, but she relived some of her experiences with that Heather Hardy fight with me and that was a huge asset to me during this fight camp – so very thankful.” Once the fight hit the canvas, it was right in King’s world. After a couple submission attempts, she was able to transition to a rear-naked choke and made quick work of Knight. “My whole goal was just to get to the ground, and I knew once I hit the ground, I was fine,” King said. “I’m not sure exactly what takedown I hit. We’ve worked several throughout the game plan. It might have been a guard pull, to be honest. But I knew I threw one side kick, and that was kind of the game plan – of setting up the takedowns with the kicks. And after that, it was just hunt for the submissions, so one after the other.” Gallery Emilee King def. Ava Knight at Bellator 238: Best photos view 7 images Voir l'article complet
  9. MMA Fighting INGLEWOOD, Calif. — Newly minted Bellator bantamweight Sergio Pettis reflects on a successful debut at Bellator 238. Afficher l’article complet
  10. INGLEWOOD, Calif. – Curtis Millender kicked off his second stint as a Bellator fighter with a unanimous decision win at Bellator 238, then said he has earmarked three prominent members of the promotion’s welterweight division as future opponents. Millender (18-5 MMA, 3-2 BMMA) outpointed Moses Murrietta (8-4 MMA, 1-1 BMMA) at The Forum to claim victory on his return to the organization he last fought for back in January 2017, and said he was happy with his display after a solid all-around performance. “I feel like I performed very well,” he told reporters, including MMA Junkie, backstage after the fight. “I went out and I showed a lot of things that I wanted to show. I wrestled a little bit, got a couple of takedowns, dropped him a couple of times. Overall, without getting a finish, getting two 10-8 rounds is just close (enough).” Related 4 biggest takeaways from Bellator 238: Darrion Caldwell impresses to set up A.J. McKee showdown Bellator 238 post-event facts: Cris Cyborg achieves MMA's first quadruple crown As well as his reunion with Bellator, the fight also represented Millender’s return to a familiar venue, and the Anaheim native said he was both happy and relieved to pick up a much-needed win to halt his two-fight losing skid. (It was ) a big load (off my shoulders),” he admitted. “The last time I won was in this building, in December 2018, so it’s been a while, so just hearing that I won, it’s awesome.” Now back in the win column with his new promotion, Millender is now targeting more eye-catching matchups, and has a trio of potential opponents in mind for future matchups in 2020, with fellow striker Michael Page at the top of his list. “I still want that, man,” he said. “It’s up to him. It’s clearly up to him, because everybody knows I want the fight. I want exciting matchups: (Jason) Jackson, I wouldn’t even mind Ed Ruth. I have to beat the kind of guys who have been my Achilles heel throughout my career. That’s the only way I’m going to get what I deserve.” Gallery Photos: Best of Bellator 238 prelims view 15 images Voir l'article complet
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  12. RALEIGH, N.C. – Jamahal Hill beat Darko Stosic with a unanimous decision Saturday to open up the main card at UFC on ESPN+ 24 in Raleigh, N.C. Take a look inside the fight with Hill, who came to the UFC from Dana White’s Contender Series and won his official promotional debut. Result: Jamahal Hill def. Darko Stosic via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) Updated records: Jamahal Hill (6-0 MMA, 0-0 UFC) vs. Darko Stosic (13-3 MMA, 1-2 UFC) Key stat: Stosic landed six of his nine takedown attempts, but Hill’s but 102-32 striking edge made the difference. Hill on the fight’s key moment “My game plan was to just beat him down and break him. He didn’t break, though – he’s a tough dude. He was fighting for a lot out there. He was fighting for his UFC life.” Hill on DWCS getting him ready “I’m not a really nervous fighter, but the experience from the Contender Series definitely helped a lot with preparing me for this week. I take something from every fight, and just keep building toward the champion I want to be. You never know with the judges, so I wasn’t happy I left it in their hands. I’m frustrated with myself, but I’m just going to come back better.” Hill on what he wants next “I’m happy that I got the win, but I feel like I should have performed a lot better. I expect a lot more from myself. I’m going to get back to the gym and get on it tough and hard. I wanted a finish. I should have finished him and should have put on a much better show for these fans.” To hear more from Hill, check out the video of the full post-fight interview above. Gallery UFC on ESPN+ 24: Official scorecards from Raleigh view 12 images Voir l'article complet
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  14. Few athletes have had the generational impact of Kobe Bryant. He’s a legend, a champion, an icon, an idol, a trendsetter, a family man, and one of the greatest basketball players of all time. He’s an athlete I spent a significant time watching and following while growing up, even from halfway across the world. It was only fitting that I found out about the tragic news of Kobe’s death – along with his daughter, Gianna, and seven others – Sunday while I was on the basketball court. Right after I finished playing a pick-up game, I decided to check my phone, which I barely do since basketball is the only time I allow myself to escape work and the madness that comes with the MMA news business. So, I look over, and I find plenty of messages from my friends informing me of the devastating news. Surely it can’t be real? I mean, that’s why they’re hitting me up, to verify the rumor, right? When it was confirmed to be true, I was stunned, in pure shock. It didn’t really sink in until later that night. Growing up watching Kobe Kobe Bryant during the final game of his career in April 2016. (Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY Sports) I did not grow up as a fan of the Los Angeles Lakers. In fact, I was a die-hard Phoenix Suns fan. They’re in the Pacific division with Kobe and the Lakers, so there were plenty of head-to-head matchups in both the regular season and playoffs. Both my brother and cousin were avid Kobe fans, though, so I’d watch practically every Lakers game since I fell in love with the sport in 2003. I started playing basketball a year after, and my first jersey was No. 8 – Kobe’s number before he switched to 24. My coach gave it to me because he said I had a good jump shot, so I gladly took it. Since then, Kobe’s had a major impact on my family. We’d pull all-nighters watching every game and then run to my teacher’s computer during registration to continue tracking the score. One of my classmates was a big Lakers fan, and I remember watching Kobe score 62 points against the Dallas Mavericks in three quarters of a 2005 game. I was in awe. I couldn’t wait to tell him the news. I walked into class with a big smirk on my face, and he instantly knew something was up. Internet wasn’t that accessible here in Cairo unless you connected on a computer, so we barely had time to sit down and check the scores unless we were in IT class. I looked at him and said Kobe scored 62. He goes, “Liar! No way!” I smiled back and said I swear to God, he did. It was one of many incredible things Kobe would go on to achieve that constantly left me speechless. Of course, I’ll never forget that buzzer-beater he drained against the Suns during the 2006 playoffs, although the Suns would come back from a 3-1 deficit to win the series. But you just knew that, when the clock was winding down, Kobe would deliver. And surely that’s what he did time and time again. 2012 Olympics Kobe Bryant at the 2012 Olympics in London. (Christian Petersen, Getty Images) The 2012 Summer Olympics took place in London, and my family and I decided to go so we could attend the basketball games. We purchased tickets for the two semifinals and gold-medal game, basically knowing that Team USA was a lock. The roster included Bryant, Lebron James, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, Anthony Davis, Chris Paul, and an array of other NBA stars. We had incredible seats, and it was surreal being so close in the second row. We watched Team USA beat Argentina in the semis, then make it to the finals against Spain. During halftime, I spotted Ricky Rubio, who was one of my favorite players, casually sitting in the crowd, but I don’t think anyone noticed it was him. He just blended in, but I couldn’t go up to him because he wasn’t in my section. That didn’t discourage us though. My cousin and I got up from our seats and tried to get to him. I counted the sections to figure out where he was then ran down the corridor. Luckily, a security guard had his back to us, so we slid in and ran downstairs to find Rubio. I reached him and took a photo with him. Unfortunately for Rubio, I also made everyone aware, so they bombarded him. Oops. As I made my way back up, I noticed Kobe’s wife, Vanessa. I ran up to her until a massive bodyguard stepped in front of me. But Vanessa was so kind and said it was OK. So I took a photo with her, too, and Gloria, Lebron’s mother. As an avid fan, it was so cool to meet the players’ families. I knew everything about them. Kobe’s charity game in Dubai After I graduated university in 2013, I wanted to take some time off to figure out what to do with my life. So I decided to travel a bit. I went to Spain then Morocco, but one week before I left Morocco, I suffered a pretty bad injury on the basketball court. I tore a ligament in my ankle and broke a bone in my foot. I was on crutches for a while. As soon as I got back to Egypt, I started proper physical therapy, and weeks later my cousin hit me up saying that Kobe would be in Dubai organizing a charity game. He wanted to go, and I was in. I ditched the crutches, convincing myself I no longer needed them and headed to Dubai with my cousin. We spent the entire four days trying to figure out where Kobe would be. We tracked him down at the mall twice, at the charity game itself, and finally at a club where Lil’ Jon was performing. All the while, I hobbled from place to place. Related Conor McGregor reacts to Kobe Bryant's tragic death It wasn’t easy to enter the club, and my cousin told me we needed to find a way to get in. Another issue was the dress code: It was heels only for females, and I couldn’t even put on a shoe. We didn’t even bring proper attire, so we went shopping. Luckily for us, our cousin who lives in Dubai knew the owner of the club, so we were able to get in. We stood there for like five hours waiting for Kobe to arrive until he finally made an appearance. We were freaking out so close to him, and he was there with his wife Vanessa. There was a lot of security, but we called out his name, and he turned around and gave us the peace sign. We couldn’t get a photo, but that was good enough. Kobe vs. Jordan The memories wouldn’t stop there. Kobe always drew comparisons to the legendary Michael Jordan for his style of play, and it caught my cousin’s eye in a special way. So he decided to put together a comparison video. Having already memorized all of Kobe’s moves by heart, my cousin dug up some of Jordan’s. Three months later, he delivered one of the most viral basketball videos. He would go on to make another two parts, which led to him being contacted by Time Warner Cable in Los Angeles in 2014. They wanted to film him and a bunch of his friends watching a Lakers game live. So at 4:30 in the morning, me, my cousins and a bunch of our friends found a cafe that allowed us to come in and watch the game. We were filmed watching the Lakers take on the Suns. Although the Lakers lost, Bryant had 39 points. People were baffled to see the interest we had for the game from this side of the world, as people often are. I get that everyday as an MMA journalist, but I grew up as a passionate sports fans. Kobe’s untimely always will be a tough pill to swallow. I felt like Kobe was just starting life after basketball and setting up the next generation, including his daughter, Gianna. He always showed interest and support for the WNBA. Their lives were cut way too short. Kobe, you will forever be remembered, You will forever have an impact on my family that I’m grateful for. Rest easy, Kobe, Gianna, and the seven others who died in that helicopter. Farah out. Gallery Fans mourn death of basketball legend Kobe Bryant view 14 images Voir l'article complet
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  16. The MMA vs. boxing debate is showing no sign of easing up. Following the return of Conor McGregor at UFC 246, it seems there are plenty of notable names from the world of boxing who fancy jumping aboard the McGregor gravy train. During fight week for McGregor’s comeback, both Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao posted mock fight posters pitching themselves with McGregor, while McGregor himself said he’d be interested in facing either man inside the boxing ring. But perhaps the most intriguing proposition to date was floated on Sunday by veteran boxing promoter Bob Arum, who suggested undefeated WBO 147-pound champion Terence Crawford would be interested in a doubleheader with McGregor. But unlike most of the other boxing vs. MMA callouts we’ve seen, Arum says Crawford will face McGregor inside the octagon first. Speaking to reporters after the Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder news conference, the Top Rank supremo said they wanted to give McGregor a fair shake by facing him in his realm first, then hosting the rematch in the boxing ring. “It’s not fair to the UFC and to Conor McGregor to say, ‘Well, let him fight this fighter, that fighter, but only in boxing’ – because he’s a good athlete, Conor McGregor, but he’s not a boxer. He’s a mixed martial arts guy,” Arum said. “So I’m saying, ‘OK. Let’s test it out.’ Terence Crawford will do McGregor in the octagon, and then three months later they can do it in the boxing ring. The octagon would be first because I don’t want them to think we’re playing around. Let the octagon be first, because Terence Crawford is a really tough dude who has a wrestling background, so it’s not like a guy like Mayweather who’s just a great boxer and would be lost, pretty much, in the octagon. Crawford would not be lost in the octagon because he comes from a wrestling background. He is, I think, a world-class wrestler. So let’s see. Let them take the challenge. I think it would be massive.” Related Conor McGregor wants Stephen A. Smith to apologize to Joe Rogan, Donald Cerrone Finished in three divisions: Khabib Nurmagomedov mocks Conor McGregor with alternative stat In trying to land Conor McGregor fight, Justin Gaethje won't be anything but himself So far, so intriguing. But then, just as it sounded like Arum may have actually given the situation serious thought, he went and undid his good work somewhat when he was asked if he thought if Crawford could knock out McGregor inside the octagon. “Yeah, that’s possible,” he said, before offering, bizarrely, “I wouldn’t be surprised if Crawford pins McGregor in an MMA fight. I really mean that. I think Crawford’s a better wrestler than McGregor is.” We can’t be fully sure, but we think Arum’s short spell helping promote Tyson Fury’s recent WWE appearance may still be a little too fresh in his mind. But, casting Arum’s apparent lack of MMA knowledge to one side, his proposition certainly seems to be more interesting than many boxing vs. MMA callouts we’ve heard in the past. And you can bet it hasn’t gone unnoticed by a certain Irishman. Whether McGregor sees Crawford as a big enough box office draw – despite his obvious boxing credentials – is another matter. The WBO welterweight champion’s win over Britain’s Amir Khan reportedly drew just 150,000 pay-per-view buys. Arum certainly seems keen, though. “Let’s test this out. But you’ve got to fight the guy on his ground if you expect him to fight on your ground, and that’s what we propose,” he said before admitting he hadn’t spoken to UFC president Dana White about the idea. “No, you don’t talk to Dana White about it. You let Dana White read about it and hear about it, and then if he’s interested, he’ll know how to contact us. The answer is we haven’t talked to him. We have some people who talk to Dana White, but I haven’t.” Gallery Conor McGregor def. Donald Cerrone at UFC 246: Best photos view 28 images Voir l'article complet
  17. Esther Lin, MMA Fighting Conor McGregor’s presence, and a strong college basketball lead-in, helped the UFC 246 prelims draw the largest audience for such a show in more than three years – and the largest since the UFC’s move to ESPN. The Jan. 18 show did 1,767,000 viewers and was the top-rated show on cable in the key 18-49 demo as well as the 18-34 demo. It was also the top-rated show of the day with males in both the 18-34 and 18-49 age groups. It placed second overall in 18-49, garnering a 0.73 rating behind the Los Angeles Lakers vs. Houston Rockets game on ABC that did a 0.9 in 18-49 with 2,916,000 viewers. Because of the difference in homes between ESPN and ABC, a 0.73 in the key demo on ESPN is actually more impressive than an 0.9 on ABC. The UFC show followed a Duke vs. Louisville college basketball game on ESPN that attracted 2,150,000 viewers and drew a 0.61 in the key demo. With an 8:22 p.m. start, the UFC show had a time slot advantage because the college game started at 6:17 p.m. Head to head, the UFC show also handily beat PBC boxing on FOX, with Jeison Rosario’s IBF, IBO and WBA title win over Julian Williams attracting 1,302,000 viewers, but only drawing a 0.3 rating in the 18-49 demo. It was the largest number for a UFC pay-per-view prelim since UFC 205, the night of the first Madison Square Garden show on Nov. 12, 2016. That event was headlined by McGregor’s lightweight title win over Eddie Alvarez; the prelims for the much more loaded show did 1,801,000 viewers. The record for prelim viewership is UFC 194, which garnered 1,931,000 viewers for McGregor vs. Jose Aldo. In second place is UFC 196, which was headlined by the first McGregor vs. Nate Diaz fight and did 1,843,000 viewers. Overall, cards headlined by McGregor occupy four of the top five spots. Only the UFC 200 prelims, in third place, cracked the top five without McGregor in the headliner. While no pay-per-view numbers are available, 11 million people searched for the event on Google, one of the biggest totals in UFC history. A good UFC show typically amasses one million searches, so that would indicate McGregor vs. Donald Cerrone’s pay-per-view buyrate was easily the biggest since the promotion’s move to ESPN for streaming-only pay-per-views. The show peaked at 1,911,000 viewers for one of the biggest upsets in UFC history, where Roxanne Modafferi won a decision over the previously unbeaten Maycee Barber, who fought most of the fight on a torn ACL. Afficher l’article complet
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    Quelle suite pour Mc Gregor ??

    Depuis son arrivée à l'UFC il a 12 victoires pour 6 défaites, dont 4 splits largement contestable. En gros, sur des questions de jury il aurait pu être à 16-2. Et sur ses victoires y a 7 finish super propre. Ses deux vrais défaites sont face à Thomson qui gagne à la touche en maintenant la distance, mais sans pour autant réellement dominer. Et l'autre face à Khabilov qui l'a outwrestlé.... Si on rajoute à cela qu'avant sa grosse série de victoires, il avait des gameplan vraiment pas ouf et qu'il s'en sort malgré tout avec ce genre de palmares. Qu'il a changé de camps pour l'ATT qui a l'un des meilleurs stratège actuel et que depuis ce changement de camp il a trois victoires encore bien plus nette et couplé à des gameplans beaucoup plus fin qu'avant. Pour moi, tout ceux qui 'n'avaient pas compris avant 2019 que Masvidal était probablement dans le top 3 des mecs les plus dangereux du circuit dans ses catés, sont des casual fan. Les autres savaient tout ça, depuis 2019 les casuals le savent aussi, c'est juste une médiatisation retardée... mais rien avoir avec de la hype selon moi.
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  22. BRABO CHOKE - BJJ MOVE BY FABIO GURGEL // https://www.bjjfanatics.com Fabio Gurgel is the winningest BJJ coach in the world and a 4x Black Belt World ...
  23. Paul Daley | Esther Lin, MMA Fighting Welterweight sluggers Paul Daley and Sabah Homasi will face off in the Bellator cage in spring. The promotion on Monday booked Daley (42-17-2) and Homasi (13-8) for Bellator 241, which takes place on March 13 at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn. A promotion official confirmed the news to MMA Fighting following an initial report from MMA Junkie. Daley returns to the cage after a pair of high-profile wins in fights against Erick Silva and Saad Awad. The results put him back in the hunt for the welterweight title after a lackluster loss to Michael Page and a previous setback against Jon Fitch. Homasi also hopes to earn his third straight win after Muhammad Abdullah in his promotional debut follwed by a knockout of Micah Terrill in his most recent appearance, which came this past August at Bellator 225. Bellator 241 hosts a pair of quarterfinal matchups in the Bellator featherweight grand prix: Two-division champ Patricio Freire vs. Pedro Carvalho, and Emmanuel Sanchez vs. Daniel Weichel, a rematch of the 2016 meeting that Weichel won. Afficher l’article complet
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