Was Bellator 120 worth your $30-$45 (depending on the cable provider) before lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez was forced out of the pay-per-view’s featured attraction against Michael Chandler after suffering a concussion?
How about now that Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (pictured) vs. Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal has been bumped to the show’s top slot and Chandler fights Will Brooks for the interim lightweight title in the co-main event?
According to Bellator CEO, the card’s still “must-see” TV. But is it $30-$45 must-see?
Don’t forget, MMA fans. You’ll also have to shell out another $54.95 the following weekend for UFC 173.
Just something to think about…
Landers Center in Southaven, Mississippi hosts this Saturday’s event.
Here is Bellator 120’s official lineup:
Cortez Phelia vs. Brain Hall
Anthony Lemon vs. Codie Shuffield
Ben Brewer vs. Andy Uhrich
Justin Frazier vs. Mike Wessel
Zach Underwood vs. Austin Lyons
(Spike TV 8PM ET/5PM PT)
Goiti Yamauchi vs. Mike Richman
Shahbulat Shamhalaev vs. Fabricio Guerreiro
Cheick Kongo vs. Eric Smith
(Pay-Per-View 10PM ET/7PM PT)
Rickey Rainey vs. Michael Page
Blagoi Ivanov vs. Alexander Volkov (Bellator Heavyweight Tournament Final)
Alexander Shlemenko vs. Tito Ortiz
Michael Chandler vs. Will Brooks (For Bellator interim lightweight title)
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson vs. Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal (Bellator Light Heavyweight Tournament Final)