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Check Out The Lineup For This Friday’s Bellator 123 Event

Patricio Pitbull

Bellator MMA will go head-to-head with the UFC this Friday night, as Bellator 123: Curran vs. Pitbull 2 takes place from Connecticut on Spike TV.

Along with a main event between featherweight champion Pat Curran and Patricio Freire, Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal meets Dustin Jacoby, Cheick Kongo squares off with Lavar Johnson and Bobby Lashley faces Josh Burns.

Prelims are set to air online, while the main card starts at 8 p.m. ET – an hour earlier than most Bellator events.

Below is the current lineup for the night:

MAIN CARD (Spike TV/8 p.m. ET)

Bellator Featherweight Championship
Pat Curran (c) vs. Patricio “Pitbull” Freire

Light Heavyweight: Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal vs. Dustin Jacoby

Heavyweight: Bobby Lashley vs. Josh Burns

Heavyweight: Cheick Kongo vs. Lavar Johnson

PRELIMINARY CARD (Spike.com)

Bantamweight: Marvin Maldonado vs. Rico Disciullo

Bantamweight: Steve Garcia vs. Kin Moy

Heavyweight: Mike Wessel vs. Josh Diekmann

Middleweight: Tamdan McCrory vs. Brennan Ward

Middleweight: Perry Filkins vs. Dan Cramer

Light Heavyweight: Mike Mucitelli vs. Mark Griffin

Featherweight: Phillipe Martins vs. Pete Rogers, Jr.

Bantamweight: Brandon Fleming vs. Blair Tugman

Lightweight: Lucas Cruz vs. Andrew Calandrelli

Featherweight: Scott Cleve vs. Matt Bessette

3 COMMENTS
  • hindsightufuk says:

    Can’t wait to see Curran pitbull 2, gotta a feeling pitbull takes it this time. Have no interest in watching mo, or lashley or Kongo, but the prelims look good

  • fanoftna33 says:

    I agree Hindsight about Curran, he seems tentative these days not sure whats going on with him but he seems like a different guy in there. I read he is having some anxiety problems so hopefully he can overcome the issues. I would be interested in Kongo vs Johnson but I have no doubt Kongo will do his best to keep it close and eliminate Johnsons big power so it may end up being a bit of a slow fight.

  • Dufresne says:

    My interest in the Kongo/Johnson tilt will last exactly until the halfway point of round two. If it makes it past that, it’s probably going to be a sloppy decision or maybe a late TKO due to exhaustion as much as anything else.

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