Bellator MMA plans to celebrate its remarkable journey with a historic 300th show in San Diego. Get ready for exciting championship bouts and a night to remember.
Bellator MMA Plans Historic 300th Show in San Diego
Whether you’re a hardcore or casual fan of mixed-martial arts, the rumors of a potential Bellator sale have been circulating. The Professional Fighters League (PFL) is emerging as a frontrunner to purchase Bellator and potentially merge the two brands. While rumors suggest that Bellator 299 on September 23 in Dublin, Ireland, could be the last event, Bellator has different plans. They are looking to put on their 300th show this fall, hoping to make it a remarkable event. The location is likely to be San Diego, with other options still on the table. Potential bouts include a heavyweight championship fight between Ryan Bader and Linton “Big Swarm” Vassell, as well as a bantamweight strap unification bout between Sergio Pettis and Patchy Mix.
Table: Fight Card
|Ryan Bader vs. Linton Vassell
|Sergio Pettis vs. Patchy Mix
Bellator’s 300th show will be a momentous occasion, celebrating their journey that began nearly 15 years ago. The event will feature exciting championship bouts and could potentially cap off an incredible run for Bellator MMA. Although the location is not finalized, San Diego is the likely destination. Bellator has only hosted one event in San Diego, which saw memorable victories for Will Brooks and Tito Ortiz. Fans can expect an electrifying atmosphere and a night to remember.
The fate of Bellator continues to generate speculation within the MMA community. However, one thing is certain: Bellator is still alive and thriving. Stay tuned for more news and updates as the historic 300th show approaches.