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It may not be an extend to recommend that Saturday’s Bellator MMA NYC Wanderlei Silva vs. Chael Sonnen card from Madison Square Garden might conceivably be the organization’s holding nothing back minute.
In spite of years of progress coordinating blurred names in imaginative sessions on Spike TV (to the tune of creature appraisals), Bellator MMA president Scott Coker reliably kept up that compensation per-see wasn’t in his organization’s future. Until the point that it was, obviously.
Over the previous year, Bellator’s model gradually started to change the more it could bait previous UFC contenders that were significantly nearer to their primes than past acquisitions. All of a sudden, Coker’s concept of displaying colossal cards “with something for everybody” has turned out to be all the more a reality.
There’s no preferred case of that over Saturday’s compensation per-see card, only the second endeavor in Bellator history, which legitimately exhibits a blend of festival old person battles, best in class ability and imperative title sessions between profoundly evaluated warriors.
This is Bellator putting its best foot forward trying to discover how attractive the Viacom-possessed brand truly is currently that battle fans should make good $49.95 to see it (10 p.m. ET, PPV).
Will Bellator one day give true blue rivalry to the UFC Bellator NYC in the way that Coker’s previous image, Strikeforce, once did about 10 years prior through its stage on Showtime? Before, it didn’t appear to be conceivable. In any case, marking names like Rory MacDonald, Phil Davis and Benson Henderson, and giving them on cards ensured appraisals magnets the preferences Chael Sonnen and Fedor Emelianenko isn’t a terrible thought.
Bellator PPV MAIN CARD:
Douglas Lima vs. Lorenz Larkin TITLE FIGHT
Chael Sonnen vs. Wanderlei Silva
Fedor Emelianenko vs. Matt Mitrione
Michael Chandler vs. Brent Primus
Phil Davis vs. Ryan Bader
Aaron Pico vs. Zach Freeman
Bellator will likewise be exhibiting an amazingly Bellator NYC solid lead-in battle to the PPV on Saturday when Davis meets kindred previous UFC contender Ryan Bader in the preparatory card headliner on Spike (8 p.m. ET).
Coker has kept his hand near his vest for some time now in light of what Bellator NYC Bellator’s arrangement of assault would be. Presently it’s a great opportunity to discover what he truly has.