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Bellator 120 pay-per-view adds Ivanov-Volkov, Held-Freire, three more bouts

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Bellator MMA’s first pay-per-view continues to take shape with the addition of the final main-card bout, plus four preliminary-card fights – including a pair of tournament finals.

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MAIN CARD (Pay-per-view)

Champ Eddie Alvarez vs. Michael Chandler – for lightweight title
Quinton Jackson vs. Muhammed Lawal – light-heavyweight tournament final
Tito Ortiz vs. Alexander Shlemenko – non-title fight
Will Brooks vs. Nate Jolly
Michael Page vs. Ricky Rainy

PRELIMINARY CARD (Spike TV)

Cheick Kongo vs. Eric Smith
Blagoi Ivanov vs. Alexander Volkov – heavyweight tournament final
Marcin Held vs. Patricky Freire – lightweight tournament final
Mike Richman vs. Goiti Yamauchi

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Alright, I'll say it. This card is ridiculously stacked with entertaining match ups. I still don't see them getting many buys but at least this card is much better than the last one they wanted to hold on ppv. Less title fights but much more entertaining ones.

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Stacked card for Bellator. Very interested to see how well they do in the PPV department. Another thought is if Tito is going to stay healthy.

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Looks good, but still I question price as I can hardly afford UFC PPV prices anymore.

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Don't understand why the spike card is better than two of the main card bouts. I get why the ufc does it, they can afford to have established names on free TV to bolster ppv sales but Bellator doesn't have that luxury. They should have Volkov/Ivanov & Held/Freire on the main card over Brooks/Jolly & Page/Rainey. Bad move by Bjorn.

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Posted by FastKnockout

MAIN CARD (Pay-per-view)

Champ Eddie Alvarez vs. Michael Chandler – for lightweight title
Quinton Jackson vs. Muhammed Lawal – light-heavyweight tournament final
Tito Ortiz vs. Alexander Shlemenko – non-title fight
Will Brooks vs. Nate Jolly
Michael Page vs. Ricky Rainy

PRELIMINARY CARD (Spike TV)

Cheick Kongo vs. Eric Smith
Blagoi Ivanov vs. Alexander Volkov – heavyweight tournament final
Marcin Held vs. Patricky Freire – lightweight tournament final
Mike Richman vs. Goiti Yamauchi



This is a top notch card.

I like that they kept a few Tourney Finals on Spike as a lead up to the PPV here. It makes both prelim and main card highly viable.

Should be good and people should buy and watch it. UFC has put on a fair share of PPV cards less appealing then this.

Post #7   4/22/14 1:39:05PM