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Bellator 15 post-fight press conference to stream LIVE at Bellator.com tonight

CHICAGO, Ill. (April 22, 2010) — For the second consecutive week, Bellator Fighting Championships will provide a LIVE video stream of its post-fight press conference at Bellator.com.

Tonight’s stream, broadcast from the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Conn., will begin at approximately 11 p.m. ET, one hour after the conclusion of Bellator’s LIVE Fox Sports Net broadcast.

Fans can participate in the press conference as well by e-mailing questions to [email protected] or through Twitter @BellatorMMA during the duration of the broadcast.
The press conference will feature Bellator founder and CEO Bjorn Rebney as well as all eight fighters from tonight’s four televised tournament bouts: Dan Hornbuckle, Tyler Stinson, Patricio Pitbull, William Romero, Jacob McClintock, Ryan Thomas, Brett Cooper and Steve Carl.

For more information, visit Bellator.com, follow Bellator on Twitter @BellatorMMA or on Facebook at Facebook.com/Bellator.

1 COMMENT
  • Guthookd says:

    Man, that was one of the best Bellators yet. I didn’t realize Hornbuckle’s jits was that good. He is super flexable. I think with his ground skills and his striking he is a clear favorite for the win. Not to mention he’s a freakishly large WW.

    Steve Carl and Brett Cooper get best BFC fight of the tournament so far. Their battle was epic. Worthy of being on any PPV card for any promotion. The fans thought the decision was off, but I thought it was right on. Carl had the first two rounds and Cooper the last. Of course, if the ref had called it a TKO for Cooper at the end of round three I wouldn’t have complained because it looked to me like Carl was basically out. Lucky for him he kept his hands off the mat.

    All that, plus two other first round finishes. AND….Thomas, having gotten through McClintock, might get another shot at Askren, which I would love to see. That SOB is tough as nails.

    WAR BELLATOR!

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