The Long Beach Arena in California, on Saturday, November 2, hosts Bellator 106. For the first time in the promotions history 3 titles are on the line at the same event and all 3 bouts are rematches.
Bellator 106 takes place on Saturday, November 2, at the Long Beach Arena, in California; and features 3 rematches all with championships on the line.
Bellator 106 takes place on Saturday, November 2, at the Long Beach Arena, in California. The event has been expected to be the promotions first pay per view event but a neck injury to headliner Tito Ortiz canceled his Light Heavyweight bout with Quinton “Rampage” Jackson; the promotion has moved the event to it normal home of Spike TV. The new main event a rematch of one the best fights 2011 with rolls reversed as Eddie Alvarez challenges Micheal Chandler for the Bellator Lightweight title. And that’s just 1 of 3 titles on the line for the evening.
Daniel Straus won earned his title shot on May 11, 2012. Now he’s 6 days away from Bellator 106 and challenging Pat Curran for the Bellator Featherweight Title. The season 6 Tournament winner and member of American Top Team talks with us about the upcoming matchup, his mindset, focus, and being inactive over the last year; plus much more.
He’s not as good as me. I’m better then him everywhere. He landed a lucky shot. That was a fluke. These Sentiments represent how Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal (11-2) feels about Emanuel “The Hard Core Kid” Newton (21-7-1) and his loss to Newton. Lawal will have a chance to prove those statements true when he and Newton collide again this time for the interim Bellator Light Heavyweight title at Bellator 106.
Bellator MMA has announced that Micheal Chandler (12-0) will defend the Bellator Lightweight title in the co main event of the promotions first pay per view Bellator 106. Chandler however will not be defending against season 7 tournament winner Dave Jansen (19-2) but against the man Chandler defeated for the title Eddie Alvarez (24-3).