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Bellator MMA 89 weigh-in results

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The Bellator MMA 89 weigh-ins are in the books with all fighters making weight for Thursday's event at The Bojangles Coliseum featuring a Bantamweight Title Fight between Eduardo Dantas and Marcos Galvao, as well as the start of Season 8 Middleweight Tournament. Read More »

ProMMANow’s Guide to Bellator 89

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The Bellator MMA machine just keeps on turning. Bellator 89 takes place this Thursday night at the Bojangles’ Coliseum in Charlotte, N.C. The card features a bamtamweight title fight as well as the first round of the season eight middleweight tournament. As always, the main card will air live on Spike TV while the undercard can been seen on Spike.com. Read More »

Jason Fischer replaces injured Tiger Sarnavskiy in $100,000 Bellator Lightweight Tournament Semifinals

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Fight fans watching Tiger Sarnavskiy fight in the Bellator Lightweight Quarterfinal know two things. Tiger won the match. And, he also fractured his hand. The bittersweet victory means he will not be able to participate in the Season 8 Lightweight Tournament and he will be replaced. This news was relayed Monday evening via Twitter by Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney. Read More »

Interview: Get to know Akop Stepanyan ahead of his featherweight tournament bout at Bellator 88 *VIDEO*

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Twenty-six-year-old Russian kickboxer Akop Stepanyan (12-4) returns to the Bellator cage Thursday against Marlon Sandro in the quarterfinal round of the Season 8 featherweight tournament. ProMMAnow.com reporter Daniel Theodore recently sat down with Stepanyan to talk about his background and accomplishments in martial arts and why becoming the best he can in MMA is his ultimate goal. Stepanyan also shared his thoughts on the match-up with Marlon Sandro (23-4) and how he feels about facing such a well-known and accomplished veteran. Read More »

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