Bellator III & IV results

Hector Lombard knocked out Virgil Lazano in round 1 at "Bellator III"

The Bellator Fighting Championship 2009 season consists of twelve weekly events, however, week three combined two events, “Bellator III” and “Bellator IV” because the promotion will be taking next week off.

“Bellator III” will air on ESPN Deportes on April 18th – 9:00PM EST and “Bellator IV” will air on ESPN Deportes on April 25th – 9:00PM EST.

The weekly tournament series will pick back up with “Bellator V” at Hara Arena in Dayton, Ohio on May 1st and will air on ESPN Deportes on May 2nd – 9:00PM EST.

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Bellator III takes place April 17th in Oklahoma

The third week of the BELLATOR FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIPS’ inaugural 2009 season takes place this Friday, April 17, 2009, at the Lloyd Noble Center at the University of Oklahoma beginning at 8:00PM. The event will air the following day on ESPN Deportes.

The card will feature four middleweight (185 lbs.) tournament bouts, one welterweight (170 lbs.) tournament bout, and four non-tournament bouts.

Former UFC fighter and longtime MMA veteran, Dave Menne (42-15-2), will make his Bellator debut against Norman Paraisy (5-0) in the lone welterweight bout.

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Wilson Reis remains undefeated with win over Henry Martinez – Bellator II official results

Omar De La Cruz defeats Victor Meza at Bellator II

Week two of the twelve week Bellator Fighting Championshis inaugural season went off last night, April 10th, at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut.

Fighters took part in the first rounds of a featherweight, lightweight, and welterweight tournament.

Two of three fighters who went into the tournament undefeated, remained so. In the main event, Wilson Reis defeated Henry Martinez with a tough fought unanimous decision moving Reis’s record to 7-0.

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Bellator Fighting Championships week 2

The Bellator Fighting Championships will hold week number two of their twelve week tournament series on Friday, April 10th, at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut.

The event will air during prime time on April 11, 2009 on ESPN Deportes.

Bellator II will feature tournament bouts in the Featherweight (145 lbs.), Lightweight (155 lbs.) and Welterweight (170 lbs.) divisions, as well as several non-tournament bouts.

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Bellator I Results: Eddie Alvarez and Jorge Masvidal victorious in lightweight tournament action

Bellator Fighting Championships held their first event Friday night on ESPN Deportes, from the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida. Bellator showcased the opening round of both the featherweight and lightweight divisions in their inaugural event.

Eddie Alvarez (16-2), widely regarded as one of the top lightweights in the world, was involved in a toe to toe brawl early, overcoming a very game Greg Loughran (18-12) by locking in a fight ending guillotine choke in the first round. Alvarez once again showed that he is not afraid to stand in the pocket and bang, and delivered another exciting victory on his way to the 2nd round of the Bellator Fighting Championships Lightweight Tournament.

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Bellator IV comes to Colorado Springs on April 24th

Bellator I takes place in Hollywood, FL. on April 3rd, Bellator II, takes place in Uncasville, CT on April 10th, Bellator III is in Oklahoma on April 17th, and PRO MMA (promma.info) learned today from Bellator management, that Bellator IV will take place at the World Arena in Colorado Springs, Colorado on April 24, 2009.

Bellator Fighting Championships features an MMA tournament series that will air on ESPN Deportes each Saturday night from 9-11pm ET/6-8pm PT for twelve straight weeks beginning April 4th. The nationally televised events will feature a combination of tournament and non-tournament special feature bouts.

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Ford Signs Exclusive Marketing Program with Bellator Fighting Championships and ESPN Deportes

PRO MMA (promma.info) obtained the following information today concerning Ford Motor Company and their first-ever MMA alliance as they have reached and exclusive sponsorship agreement with Bellator Fighting Championships and ESPN Deportes. Ford’s involvement in MMA should be seen as a milestone in the sport’s progress toward mainstream acceptance.

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BELLATOR FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIPS premieres at Seminole Hard Rock in Hollywood, FL April 3

Eddie Alvarez will fight at Bellator's debut event

PRO MMA (promma.info) just received the highly anticipated announcement for BELLATOR FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP’s debut event which will feature standouts, Eddie Alvarez and Jorge Masvidal.

Los Angeles, Calif. – February 26, 2009 – Bellator Fighting Championships, the first mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion to secure an exclusive agreement with any member of the ESPN family of networks, announced today that its debut event will be held in the Hard Rock Live at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida on April 3, 2009. The event will air during prime time on April 4 on ESPN Deportes.

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Dave Herman ready to get serious about MMA career – PRO MMA exclusive

To say that heavyweight MMA fighter, Dave “Pee Wee” Herman is a talented athlete is an understatement. The guy is nothing short of phenomenal. For anyone to come into professional mixed martial arts and go 13-0 by relying mainly on their natural ability is quite the feat. That is exactly what Dave Herman did.

However, Dave finally met his match in his last bout on January 4, 2009 when he took on Mu Bae Choi at Sengoku: ‘No Ran 2009’ in Japan. It looked as though Dave would finish Choi in the first round just like he had done all but one of his other opponents, but the Korean was very tough and survived. Dave ended up gassing in round two and Choi was able to take advantage and get a TKO victory. In a little over two years as a professional fighter, it was Dave’s first defeat.

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