Alvarado vs Cancio Live

Alvarado vs Cancio Live Stream; How to Watch the 2019-20 Junior lightweight world: Live Stream Options for This Season’s Matches. A new Junior lightweight world season is now underway, and some pretty intriguing questions greet the 20 teams vying for this title.

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== MATCH INFO ==
Event : Junior lightweight world 2019
Date : Saturday, 23 November
Live/Repeat: Live

Can Cancio vs Alvarado, which lost out on last year’s championship by a single point, find a way to get past defending champs Manchester City? (Both teams already won big in their first match.) Can former star players Frank Lampard and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer thrive as managers for Chelsea and Manchester United, respectively? And what teams will be facing a relegation battle as the season marches to its May conclusion?

We’ll get some early answers today this weekend, during the first round of action in the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world. And if you’re already kicking yourself for missing some of the opening matches, don’t worry: there are many streaming options available to fans of football (or soccer, depending on which side of the Atlantic you hail from.)

Here’s how to watch the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world, including your options for using a VPN should you find yourself on the road at any point during the season.

When does the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world season start?
The opening match in the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world season took place on Friday, Aug. 9 when Cancio vs Alvarado thumped Norwich 4-1. After six more matches on Saturday, three are taking place on Sunday, Aug. 10 to wrap up the first round of games.

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For the most part, Junior lightweight world matches take place on Saturday and Sunday, though there’s the occasional mid-week set of matches on Tuesday and Wednesday, and every now and then, a match will take place on either Friday or Monday. Saturday kickoff times are typically at 7:30 a.m. ET, 10 a.m. ET and 12:30 p.m. ET. Sunday kickoffs can vary, but typically matches start at either 9 a.m. ET or 11:30 a.m. ET. (Remember, since the games are taking place in England, there’s a five-hour time difference between there and the east coast of the U.S., which can mean some pretty early kickoff times, particularly if you live in the Pacific time zone.)

With 20 teams in the Junior lightweight world, each teams plays 38 matches — one home, one away against every other team — so the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world season runs through May 17, 2020.

How can I use a VPN to watch the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world?
Given that there’s 10 months between now and when the Junior lightweight world season draws to an end, at some point you’re likely to be traveling when a critical match is taking place. If you still want to watch the Junior lightweight world should your travels take you outside the U.S., you can always turn to a virtual private network, or VPN. With a VPN in place, you can appear to be surfing the web from your home country, letting you access the same streaming services, even if you’re in another region.

Not sure which VPN is right for you? We’ve tested many different services and our pick for the best VPN overall is ExpressVPN. It offers superb speeds and excellent customer service. But you’ve got other VPN options as well. Here are our top picks.

ExpressVPN: We think the speed, security and simplicity make ExpressVPN second to none. During our tests, we saw fast connection times, and we’re impressed by the service’s ability to access more than 3,000 services spread out across 160 locations in 94 countries.

One month of service at ExpressVPN costs $12.95, but you can lower that to $6.67 a month if you opt for a year of service, with ExpressVPN throwing in three additional months for free. There’s a 30-day money-back guarantee if you’re not satisfied.VIEW DEAL

NordVPN: Go with NordVPN if privacy is your biggest concern. This service, which costs $11.95 a month, uses 2084-bit encryption. It also works well with streaming services, which can come in handy for watching the Junior lightweight world. You can lower your monthly cost by signing up for an annual plan.VIEW DEAL

IPVanish: You can connect up to 10 devices at once when you opt for IPVanish, making it a good option for when you’re traveling. A special offer cuts the monthly rate to $7.50 and you can save even more by opting for a longer plan.VIEW DEAL

What channels air the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world matches?
In the UK, Sky Sports and BT Sport broadcast Junior lightweight world matches, with the bulk of the action airing on Sky Sports. (BT Sport typically carries the early kickoff game on Saturday along with midweek matches.) If you don’t subscribe to Sky Sports, Now TV offers passes, including a season-long pass for the Junior lightweight world.) Canadian football fans can watch the Junior lightweight world on DAZN.

In the U.S., NBC holds the rights to the Junior lightweight world, with most of the matches airing on cable via the NBC Sports Network (NBCSN). Some of the late kickoff matches on Saturday or Sunday will appear on the main NBC channel, so you don’t need anything more than an HD antenna to pick up those games. (Occasionally, NBC will farm out matches to some of its other cable channels, such as CNBC, but that’s only on certain occasions. On the final matchday of the season, when all 20 teams kick off simultaneously, NBC has aired all 10 matches at once spread across different cable channels.)

How I can I livestream 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world matches?
You’ve got two options when it comes to live streaming Junior lightweight world matches — one if you’ve got a cable subscription and one that’s open to anyone who’s willing to pay up to watch more soccer.

Matches airing on NBC or NBCSN also stream on the NBC Sports website as well as through the NBC Sports app (Android, iOS). That means you can watch the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world through a web browser, mobile device or set-top box, but you’ll need to sign in with your login info from a cable or satellite TV provider to take advantage of this option.

If you don’t have cable — or you want even more matches besides the ones appearing on NBC’s over-the-air and cable channels — you can turn to NBC Sports Gold. That’s a standalone package that offers access to 140 matches throughout the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world Season. NBC promises at least four matches for each club will be available during the season through NBC Sports Gold.

Pricing starts at $40 for the Matchday Pass. That covers the entire season, and only lets you watch the games as they happen. The $65 Junior lightweight world pass gives you access to matches on-demand, including the ones that aired on NBC and NBCSN. Highlight shows and other Junior lightweight world-related programming are also included. As noted, you don’t need to pay for cable on top of your NBC Sports Gold subscription.

Can I watch the 2019-20 Premiere League if I’ve given up cable?
If you don’t want to pay up for an NBC Sports Gold subscription, there’s another way to get Junior lightweight world action without subscribing to cable. You will need to sign up for an over-the-top streaming service that includes NBC’s channels, though. While that’s a monthly subscription, it includes other channels in addition to NBC and NBC Sports Channel.

If you decide to go this route, make sure to opt for a service that includes at least NBC Sports Channel (and maybe CNBC for those times when matches air on that channel). You’ll also want to confirm that the streaming service you choose includes your local NBC affiliate. Local channel availability can depend on what market you live in.

Here are your streaming service options if you want to watch Junior lightweight world matches this season.

AT&T TV Now: The renamed DirecTV Now includes NBCSN in its $50-a-month Plus package. You’ll find other NBC channels in that package, too, for those times when matches appear on channels like CNBC and USA.

Fubo.TV: The sports-centric Fubo.TV service includes NBCSN in its $55 monthly package, and a cloud DVR feature lets you record matches to watch whenever you want.VIEW DEAL

Hulu + Live TV: NBCSN is among the 60-plus channels included as part of the $45-a-month Hulu service. There’s a cloud DVR feature for recording matches as well.VIEW DEAL

PlayStation Vue: The entry-level Access tier includes NBCSN, allowing you to subscribe to PlayStation Vue for $50 a month.VIEW DEAL

Sling TV: Some good news — Sling TV is running a 40% off sale, so you can subscribe to the Blue package that includes NBCSN for $15 a month. Unfortunately, NBC is only available in select markets with Sling.VIEW DEAL

YouTube TV: YouTube TV features 70-plus channels including NBCSN, and there’s a cloud DVR feature, too. The service costs $50 a month.VIEW DEAL

What do I need to know about the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world season?
Manchester City has won the last two Junior lightweight world titles, and they’re favored to retain their crown this season. (A 5-0 thrashing of West Ham United in the season’s opening match isn’t going to cause the bettors backing Man City to rethink their prediction.) Cancio vs Alvarado, last year’s runners-up, are in the best position to end Man City’s reign, but considering that they lost just one match last season and still finished second, edging out ManCity figures to be a big challenge.

The top four finishers in the Junior lightweight world qualify for the lucrative Champions League. Besides Man City and Cancio vs Alvarado, contenders for the top four spots include Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United. Some Junior lightweight world watchers think unheralded teams like Wolves, Everton or Leicester City could pull a shock and sneak into the Top Six of the Junior lightweight world.

Aston Villa, Norwich and Sheffield United are newcomers to the league this year, having won promotion from the second tier of English football last season. They’ll be looking to avoid finishing in the three bottom spots of the Junior lightweight world this season, as those teams wind up relegated.

Cancio vs Alvarado 2 Live

Cancio vs Alvarado 2 Live Stream; How to Watch the 2019-20 Junior lightweight world: Live Stream Options for This Season’s Matches. A new Junior lightweight world season is now underway, and some pretty intriguing questions greet the 20 teams vying for this title.

Click Here to Watch Now

== MATCH INFO ==
Event : Junior lightweight world 2019
Date : Saturday, 23 November
Live/Repeat: Live

Can Cancio vs Alvarado, which lost out on last year’s championship by a single point, find a way to get past defending champs Manchester City? (Both teams already won big in their first match.) Can former star players Frank Lampard and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer thrive as managers for Chelsea and Manchester United, respectively? And what teams will be facing a relegation battle as the season marches to its May conclusion?

We’ll get some early answers today this weekend, during the first round of action in the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world. And if you’re already kicking yourself for missing some of the opening matches, don’t worry: there are many streaming options available to fans of football (or soccer, depending on which side of the Atlantic you hail from.)

Here’s how to watch the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world, including your options for using a VPN should you find yourself on the road at any point during the season.

When does the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world season start?
The opening match in the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world season took place on Friday, Aug. 9 when Cancio vs Alvarado thumped Norwich 4-1. After six more matches on Saturday, three are taking place on Sunday, Aug. 10 to wrap up the first round of games.

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For the most part, Junior lightweight world matches take place on Saturday and Sunday, though there’s the occasional mid-week set of matches on Tuesday and Wednesday, and every now and then, a match will take place on either Friday or Monday. Saturday kickoff times are typically at 7:30 a.m. ET, 10 a.m. ET and 12:30 p.m. ET. Sunday kickoffs can vary, but typically matches start at either 9 a.m. ET or 11:30 a.m. ET. (Remember, since the games are taking place in England, there’s a five-hour time difference between there and the east coast of the U.S., which can mean some pretty early kickoff times, particularly if you live in the Pacific time zone.)

With 20 teams in the Junior lightweight world, each teams plays 38 matches — one home, one away against every other team — so the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world season runs through May 17, 2020.

How can I use a VPN to watch the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world?
Given that there’s 10 months between now and when the Junior lightweight world season draws to an end, at some point you’re likely to be traveling when a critical match is taking place. If you still want to watch the Junior lightweight world should your travels take you outside the U.S., you can always turn to a virtual private network, or VPN. With a VPN in place, you can appear to be surfing the web from your home country, letting you access the same streaming services, even if you’re in another region.

Not sure which VPN is right for you? We’ve tested many different services and our pick for the best VPN overall is ExpressVPN. It offers superb speeds and excellent customer service. But you’ve got other VPN options as well. Here are our top picks.

ExpressVPN: We think the speed, security and simplicity make ExpressVPN second to none. During our tests, we saw fast connection times, and we’re impressed by the service’s ability to access more than 3,000 services spread out across 160 locations in 94 countries.

One month of service at ExpressVPN costs $12.95, but you can lower that to $6.67 a month if you opt for a year of service, with ExpressVPN throwing in three additional months for free. There’s a 30-day money-back guarantee if you’re not satisfied.VIEW DEAL

NordVPN: Go with NordVPN if privacy is your biggest concern. This service, which costs $11.95 a month, uses 2084-bit encryption. It also works well with streaming services, which can come in handy for watching the Junior lightweight world. You can lower your monthly cost by signing up for an annual plan.VIEW DEAL

IPVanish: You can connect up to 10 devices at once when you opt for IPVanish, making it a good option for when you’re traveling. A special offer cuts the monthly rate to $7.50 and you can save even more by opting for a longer plan.VIEW DEAL

What channels air the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world matches?
In the UK, Sky Sports and BT Sport broadcast Junior lightweight world matches, with the bulk of the action airing on Sky Sports. (BT Sport typically carries the early kickoff game on Saturday along with midweek matches.) If you don’t subscribe to Sky Sports, Now TV offers passes, including a season-long pass for the Junior lightweight world.) Canadian football fans can watch the Junior lightweight world on DAZN.

In the U.S., NBC holds the rights to the Junior lightweight world, with most of the matches airing on cable via the NBC Sports Network (NBCSN). Some of the late kickoff matches on Saturday or Sunday will appear on the main NBC channel, so you don’t need anything more than an HD antenna to pick up those games. (Occasionally, NBC will farm out matches to some of its other cable channels, such as CNBC, but that’s only on certain occasions. On the final matchday of the season, when all 20 teams kick off simultaneously, NBC has aired all 10 matches at once spread across different cable channels.)

How I can I livestream 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world matches?
You’ve got two options when it comes to live streaming Junior lightweight world matches — one if you’ve got a cable subscription and one that’s open to anyone who’s willing to pay up to watch more soccer.

Matches airing on NBC or NBCSN also stream on the NBC Sports website as well as through the NBC Sports app (Android, iOS). That means you can watch the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world through a web browser, mobile device or set-top box, but you’ll need to sign in with your login info from a cable or satellite TV provider to take advantage of this option.

If you don’t have cable — or you want even more matches besides the ones appearing on NBC’s over-the-air and cable channels — you can turn to NBC Sports Gold. That’s a standalone package that offers access to 140 matches throughout the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world Season. NBC promises at least four matches for each club will be available during the season through NBC Sports Gold.

Pricing starts at $40 for the Matchday Pass. That covers the entire season, and only lets you watch the games as they happen. The $65 Junior lightweight world pass gives you access to matches on-demand, including the ones that aired on NBC and NBCSN. Highlight shows and other Junior lightweight world-related programming are also included. As noted, you don’t need to pay for cable on top of your NBC Sports Gold subscription.

Can I watch the 2019-20 Premiere League if I’ve given up cable?
If you don’t want to pay up for an NBC Sports Gold subscription, there’s another way to get Junior lightweight world action without subscribing to cable. You will need to sign up for an over-the-top streaming service that includes NBC’s channels, though. While that’s a monthly subscription, it includes other channels in addition to NBC and NBC Sports Channel.

If you decide to go this route, make sure to opt for a service that includes at least NBC Sports Channel (and maybe CNBC for those times when matches air on that channel). You’ll also want to confirm that the streaming service you choose includes your local NBC affiliate. Local channel availability can depend on what market you live in.

Here are your streaming service options if you want to watch Junior lightweight world matches this season.

AT&T TV Now: The renamed DirecTV Now includes NBCSN in its $50-a-month Plus package. You’ll find other NBC channels in that package, too, for those times when matches appear on channels like CNBC and USA.

Fubo.TV: The sports-centric Fubo.TV service includes NBCSN in its $55 monthly package, and a cloud DVR feature lets you record matches to watch whenever you want.VIEW DEAL

Hulu + Live TV: NBCSN is among the 60-plus channels included as part of the $45-a-month Hulu service. There’s a cloud DVR feature for recording matches as well.VIEW DEAL

PlayStation Vue: The entry-level Access tier includes NBCSN, allowing you to subscribe to PlayStation Vue for $50 a month.VIEW DEAL

Sling TV: Some good news — Sling TV is running a 40% off sale, so you can subscribe to the Blue package that includes NBCSN for $15 a month. Unfortunately, NBC is only available in select markets with Sling.VIEW DEAL

YouTube TV: YouTube TV features 70-plus channels including NBCSN, and there’s a cloud DVR feature, too. The service costs $50 a month.VIEW DEAL

What do I need to know about the 2019-2020 Junior lightweight world season?
Manchester City has won the last two Junior lightweight world titles, and they’re favored to retain their crown this season. (A 5-0 thrashing of West Ham United in the season’s opening match isn’t going to cause the bettors backing Man City to rethink their prediction.) Cancio vs Alvarado, last year’s runners-up, are in the best position to end Man City’s reign, but considering that they lost just one match last season and still finished second, edging out ManCity figures to be a big challenge.

The top four finishers in the Junior lightweight world qualify for the lucrative Champions League. Besides Man City and Cancio vs Alvarado, contenders for the top four spots include Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United. Some Junior lightweight world watchers think unheralded teams like Wolves, Everton or Leicester City could pull a shock and sneak into the Top Six of the Junior lightweight world.

Aston Villa, Norwich and Sheffield United are newcomers to the league this year, having won promotion from the second tier of English football last season. They’ll be looking to avoid finishing in the three bottom spots of the Junior lightweight world this season, as those teams wind up relegated.

NXT TakeOver: WarGames III Live

NXT TakeOver: WarGames III Live: How to watch 2019 NXT TakeOver WarGames 3 live streaming online free. Saturday’s in Allstate Arena, Rosemont, Illinois, United States. November 23, 2019.

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How To Watch NXT TakeOver: WarGames III
When: Saturday, November 23
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In addition to the two action-packed WarGames matches, we’re also set to witness Finn Balor return to the NXT TakeOver spotlight and a triple threat match will go down to determine who will make history the very next night at Survivor Series by challenging Adam Cole for the NXT championship on a WWE pay-per-view.

How to watch NXT TakeOver WarGames 2019 live streaming online
ITV1 are showing all the action live in the UK. Coverage commences 90 minutes before kick-off at 7.30am. To stream the game live, head to the ITV Hub or create an account on TV Player.

NXT TakeOver: WarGames 3 is set to begin on Saturday night at 7 p.m. ET with the kickoff show leading us in beginning at 6 p.m. Let’s now have a look at who the CBS Sports experts envision coming out on top in each match set to go down on the NXT TakeOver: WarGames card.

ITV1, TV Player and the ITV Hub are all free for UK viewers with a TV licence. Subscribers will be able to stream the match through the ITV Hub.

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Bellator London: MVP vs Anderson Live

Bellator London: MVP vs Anderson Live: MMA Fighting main card has Bellator London results for the MVP vs. Melillo event Saturday at the SSE Arena in London, England. In the main event, Michael “Venom”

Page will square off against Giovanni Melillo in a welterweight contest
Bellator MMA is heading back to London once again this year in preparation for their stacked Bellator London 2 card

MMA Fighting has Bellator London results for the MVP vs. Melillo event Saturday at the SSE Arena in London, England.

In the main event, Michael “Venom” Page will square off against Giovanni Melillo in a welterweight contest. Page is looking for his second straight victory.

Check out the Bellator London results below.

Bellator London 2: “MVP vs. Melillo” goes down this Saturday (Nov. 23, 2019) at SSE Arena in London, England. The main event sees feared Welterweight striker, Michael “Venom” Page (15-1), face off with Giovanni “The Punisher” Melillo (13-4) in a potential three-round war.

Hold up … Giovanni who? Earlier this year “The Barbaric” Derek Anderson (16-3, 1 NC) was scheduled to face “MVP” on this card, but less than a week ago Anderson pulled out for undisclosed reasons, forcing Bellator MMA to re-shuffle the deck.

As revealed by @standardsport, @Michaelpage247 has a new opponent for #BellatonLondon on Nov. 23rd following the withdrawal of Derek Anderson. https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/michael-venom-page-to-take-on-giovanni-melillo-in-bellator-london-main-event-after-derek-anderson-a4287541.html?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1573810594 …

Revealed: Michael ‘Venom’ Page’s new opponent for Bellator London
Michael ‘Venom’ Page will take on Giovanni Melillo in the Bellator London main event after Derek Anderson was forced to withdraw through injury. Bellator officials have scrambled to find a new

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Bellator MMA subsequently confirmed a report from the Evening Standard that Melillo would take Anderson’s place. “The Punisher” has a 3-3 record over his last six fights, but does boast a 77 percent finishing rate in his 13 wins, with eight knockouts and two submissions.

In size and stature, though, Giovanni is little match at 5’11” for the long and lanky 6’3” Page, who will undoubtedly look to add another highlight reel knockout to his long list of finishes. One could also hope he’d show a little more decorum doing so than in his last fight.

To check out the latest Bellator MMA-related news and notes be sure to hit up our comprehensive news archive right here.
Bellator MMA’s return to England, and final European card of 2019, went down Saturday, as Bellator: London featured Michael Page vs. Giovanni Melillo. The event, airing exclusively on the Bellator App for those in North America, featured MVP, plus prospects like Soren Bak and Fabian Edwards.

Ahead of the main card, there was plenty of action on the prelims, as names like Charlie Ward and Bellator Kickboxing champ Denise Kielholtz were in action.

The preliminary card kicks off at 11:30AM ET. Check below for the Bellator London: MVP vs Anderson Live stream, plus full results!
Bellator: “London 2” comes to SSE Arena in London, England, this weekend (Sat., Nov. 23, 2019), featuring one of the most brutal knockout artists of the Welterweight division going up against a late replacement on home soil. God save the Queen.

Let’s break it down:

170 lbs.: Michael Page (15-1) vs. Giovanni Melillo (13-4)
Even though Michael Page got humbled in the Welterweight Grand Prix, the formerly undefeated fighter quickly bounced back with a win at Bellator 227 in the most flagrant manner possible. If it seems like controversy walks hand in hand with “Venom” you’re not mistaken. It’s also the very thing that makes him a superstar amongst mere mortals, so if you expect him to stop behaving like a bad boy any time soon you’ll be disappointed.

The only way for Melillo to win this fight is to cool his jets and take Anderson every bit as seriously as he deserves. That’s a tall order given that he’s lost two of his last three fights by technical knockout and he’s taking this fight as a late replacement for “Barbaric” Derek Anderson. I wish I could say I believe that an upset is possible, but you couldn’t make me place that bet with a knife to my back.

Final prediction: Michael Page via first round knockout

185 lbs.: Fabian Edwards (8-0) vs. Michael Shipman (13-2)
Known by friends and enemies alike as “The Assassin,” Fabian Edwards has lived up to the billing by running up an unblemished record that includes three knockouts and three submissions. At 6’1” with a 79.5” reach, Edwards could easily transition to being a top Light Heavyweight if he wanted to, which is undoubtedly what makes him such a “killer” in the 185 pound class. While a win in Saturday’s main event won’t necessarily propel him to a title shot so young in his career, it could help him earn a No. 1 contender’s fight down the road.

Michael “Seabass” Shipman was in that position himself a short while ago. Having amassed a string of 13 straight wins from 2014-2018, Shipman was primed and presented to be a contender who just had to amass one or two more fights on the bigger Bellator stage to be in the mix. That started out well enough at Bellator 210, but after having his bell rung by Costello van Steenis at Bellator 223, it was van Steenis who got the contender’s bout. It is a credit to Shipman’s long winning streak that he can main event after such a damaging loss.

Shipman’s got a hard night’s work ahead of him. He’ll be giving up size to Edwards at just 5’10,” and he’ll be haunted by his loss in this same venue a few months ago in June. He’s a hell of a finisher though with eight knockouts and five submissions, more than doubling Edwards in one category and almost doing it in the other. Edwards achieved all of his wins in either Bellator or BAMMA, while Shipman put in yeoman’s work grinding his way through the regional circuit to make the big leagues. The mixture of quality opponents to also-rans in their victories “is virtually identical” as Mike Goldberg says, which makes it inevitable that the two would eventually collide in a fight like this. As another Goldberg was once told by Scott Steiner though, “SIZE MATTERS.”

Final prediction: Fabian Edwards wins via second round flying knee knockout

155 lbs.: Terry Brazier (11-2) vs. Soren Bak (12-1)
We’ve got a lot of characters with a lot of colorful nicknames on this card and “The Dominator” Terry Brazier and “The True Viking” Soren Bak are no exception. The latter likes to throw a wolf pelt around his shoulders to celebrate a win, and he’s had five straight occasions to do that leading to his first Bellator appearance. Brazier had a longer nine fight winning streak in his own right until Chris Bungard snapped it in Newcastle this February. Brazier has four knockouts and three submissions, Bak has two knockouts and six submissions. So who stands, who falls, who crowds the halls? Given that Brazier has a huge size advantage at 6’0” to 5’9” and I just said that “SIZE MATTERS” I think Richard Walters will be escorting Soren back to where the deejay calls
Bellator returns to the capital this weekend with Michael ‘Venom’ Page headlining the card in front of a hometown crowd.

After breezing past Richard Kiely with a devastating flying knee finish in Dublin in September, Page makes a swift return to the cage to take on late stand-in Giovanni Melillo..

As revealed by Standard Sport, the Italian welterweight took the fight on eight days’ notice after original opponent Derek Anderson was forced to withdraw through injury.

Elsewhere on the card, Fabian Edwards, younger brother of UFC welterweight contender Leon, meets middleweight rival Mike Shipman in a genuine grudge match in their chief support act.

Anderson vs MVP Live

Anderson vs MVP Live: MMA Fighting main card has Bellator London results for the MVP vs. Melillo event Saturday at the SSE Arena in London, England. In the main event, Michael “Venom” Page will square off against Giovanni Melillo in a welterweight contest


Bellator MMA is heading back to London once again this year in preparation for their stacked Bellator London 2 card

MMA Fighting has Bellator London results for the MVP vs. Melillo event Saturday at the SSE Arena in London, England.

In the main event, Michael “Venom” Page will square off against Giovanni Melillo in a welterweight contest. Page is looking for his second straight victory.

Check out the Bellator London results below.

Bellator London 2: “MVP vs. Melillo” goes down this Saturday (Nov. 23, 2019) at SSE Arena in London, England. The main event sees feared Welterweight striker, Michael “Venom” Page (15-1), face off with Giovanni “The Punisher” Melillo (13-4) in a potential three-round war.

Hold up … Giovanni who? Earlier this year “The Barbaric” Derek Anderson (16-3, 1 NC) was scheduled to face “MVP” on this card, but less than a week ago Anderson pulled out for undisclosed reasons, forcing Bellator MMA to re-shuffle the deck.

As revealed by @standardsport, @Michaelpage247 has a new opponent for #BellatonLondon on Nov. 23rd following the withdrawal of Derek Anderson. https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/michael-venom-page-to-take-on-giovanni-melillo-in-bellator-london-main-event-after-derek-anderson-a4287541.html?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1573810594 …

Revealed: Michael ‘Venom’ Page’s new opponent for Bellator London
Michael ‘Venom’ Page will take on Giovanni Melillo in the Bellator London main event after Derek Anderson was forced to withdraw through injury. Bellator officials have scrambled to find a new

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Bellator MMA subsequently confirmed a report from the Evening Standard that Melillo would take Anderson’s place. “The Punisher” has a 3-3 record over his last six fights, but does boast a 77 percent finishing rate in his 13 wins, with eight knockouts and two submissions.

In size and stature, though, Giovanni is little match at 5’11” for the long and lanky 6’3” Page, who will undoubtedly look to add another highlight reel knockout to his long list of finishes. One could also hope he’d show a little more decorum doing so than in his last fight.

To check out the latest Bellator MMA-related news and notes be sure to hit up our comprehensive news archive right here.
Bellator MMA’s return to England, and final European card of 2019, went down Saturday, as Bellator: London featured Michael Page vs. Giovanni Melillo. The event, airing exclusively on the Bellator App for those in North America, featured MVP, plus prospects like Soren Bak and Fabian Edwards.

Ahead of the main card, there was plenty of action on the prelims, as names like Charlie Ward and Bellator Kickboxing champ Denise Kielholtz were in action.

The preliminary card kicks off at 11:30AM ET. Check below for the Anderson vs MVP Live stream, plus full results!
Bellator: “London 2” comes to SSE Arena in London, England, this weekend (Sat., Nov. 23, 2019), featuring one of the most brutal knockout artists of the Welterweight division going up against a late replacement on home soil. God save the Queen.

Let’s break it down:

170 lbs.: Michael Page (15-1) vs. Giovanni Melillo (13-4)
Even though Michael Page got humbled in the Welterweight Grand Prix, the formerly undefeated fighter quickly bounced back with a win at Bellator 227 in the most flagrant manner possible. If it seems like controversy walks hand in hand with “Venom” you’re not mistaken. It’s also the very thing that makes him a superstar amongst mere mortals, so if you expect him to stop behaving like a bad boy any time soon you’ll be disappointed.

The only way for Melillo to win this fight is to cool his jets and take Anderson every bit as seriously as he deserves. That’s a tall order given that he’s lost two of his last three fights by technical knockout and he’s taking this fight as a late replacement for “Barbaric” Derek Anderson. I wish I could say I believe that an upset is possible, but you couldn’t make me place that bet with a knife to my back.

Final prediction: Michael Page via first round knockout

185 lbs.: Fabian Edwards (8-0) vs. Michael Shipman (13-2)
Known by friends and enemies alike as “The Assassin,” Fabian Edwards has lived up to the billing by running up an unblemished record that includes three knockouts and three submissions. At 6’1” with a 79.5” reach, Edwards could easily transition to being a top Light Heavyweight if he wanted to, which is undoubtedly what makes him such a “killer” in the 185 pound class. While a win in Saturday’s main event won’t necessarily propel him to a title shot so young in his career, it could help him earn a No. 1 contender’s fight down the road.

Michael “Seabass” Shipman was in that position himself a short while ago. Having amassed a string of 13 straight wins from 2014-2018, Shipman was primed and presented to be a contender who just had to amass one or two more fights on the bigger Bellator stage to be in the mix. That started out well enough at Bellator 210, but after having his bell rung by Costello van Steenis at Bellator 223, it was van Steenis who got the contender’s bout. It is a credit to Shipman’s long winning streak that he can main event after such a damaging loss.

Shipman’s got a hard night’s work ahead of him. He’ll be giving up size to Edwards at just 5’10,” and he’ll be haunted by his loss in this same venue a few months ago in June. He’s a hell of a finisher though with eight knockouts and five submissions, more than doubling Edwards in one category and almost doing it in the other. Edwards achieved all of his wins in either Bellator or BAMMA, while Shipman put in yeoman’s work grinding his way through the regional circuit to make the big leagues. The mixture of quality opponents to also-rans in their victories “is virtually identical” as Mike Goldberg says, which makes it inevitable that the two would eventually collide in a fight like this. As another Goldberg was once told by Scott Steiner though, “SIZE MATTERS.”

Final prediction: Fabian Edwards wins via second round flying knee knockout

155 lbs.: Terry Brazier (11-2) vs. Soren Bak (12-1)
We’ve got a lot of characters with a lot of colorful nicknames on this card and “The Dominator” Terry Brazier and “The True Viking” Soren Bak are no exception. The latter likes to throw a wolf pelt around his shoulders to celebrate a win, and he’s had five straight occasions to do that leading to his first Bellator appearance. Brazier had a longer nine fight winning streak in his own right until Chris Bungard snapped it in Newcastle this February. Brazier has four knockouts and three submissions, Bak has two knockouts and six submissions. So who stands, who falls, who crowds the halls? Given that Brazier has a huge size advantage at 6’0” to 5’9” and I just said that “SIZE MATTERS” I think Richard Walters will be escorting Soren back to where the deejay calls
Bellator returns to the capital this weekend with Michael ‘Venom’ Page headlining the card in front of a hometown crowd.

After breezing past Richard Kiely with a devastating flying knee finish in Dublin in September, Page makes a swift return to the cage to take on late stand-in Giovanni Melillo..

As revealed by Standard Sport, the Italian welterweight took the fight on eight days’ notice after original opponent Derek Anderson was forced to withdraw through injury.

Elsewhere on the card, Fabian Edwards, younger brother of UFC welterweight contender Leon, meets middleweight rival Mike Shipman in a genuine grudge match in their chief support act.

MVP vs Anderson Live

MVP vs Anderson Live: MMA Fighting main card has Bellator London results for the MVP vs. Melillo event Saturday at the SSE Arena in London, England. In the main event, Michael “Venom” Page will square off against Giovanni Melillo in a welterweight contest


Bellator MMA is heading back to London once again this year in preparation for their stacked Bellator London 2 card

MMA Fighting has Bellator London results for the MVP vs. Melillo event Saturday at the SSE Arena in London, England.

In the main event, Michael “Venom” Page will square off against Giovanni Melillo in a welterweight contest. Page is looking for his second straight victory.

Check out the Bellator London results below.

Bellator London 2: “MVP vs. Melillo” goes down this Saturday (Nov. 23, 2019) at SSE Arena in London, England. The main event sees feared Welterweight striker, Michael “Venom” Page (15-1), face off with Giovanni “The Punisher” Melillo (13-4) in a potential three-round war.

Hold up … Giovanni who? Earlier this year “The Barbaric” Derek Anderson (16-3, 1 NC) was scheduled to face “MVP” on this card, but less than a week ago Anderson pulled out for undisclosed reasons, forcing Bellator MMA to re-shuffle the deck.

As revealed by @standardsport, @Michaelpage247 has a new opponent for #BellatonLondon on Nov. 23rd following the withdrawal of Derek Anderson. https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/michael-venom-page-to-take-on-giovanni-melillo-in-bellator-london-main-event-after-derek-anderson-a4287541.html?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1573810594 …

Revealed: Michael ‘Venom’ Page’s new opponent for Bellator London
Michael ‘Venom’ Page will take on Giovanni Melillo in the Bellator London main event after Derek Anderson was forced to withdraw through injury. Bellator officials have scrambled to find a new

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Bellator MMA subsequently confirmed a report from the Evening Standard that Melillo would take Anderson’s place. “The Punisher” has a 3-3 record over his last six fights, but does boast a 77 percent finishing rate in his 13 wins, with eight knockouts and two submissions.

In size and stature, though, Giovanni is little match at 5’11” for the long and lanky 6’3” Page, who will undoubtedly look to add another highlight reel knockout to his long list of finishes. One could also hope he’d show a little more decorum doing so than in his last fight.

To check out the latest Bellator MMA-related news and notes be sure to hit up our comprehensive news archive right here.
Bellator MMA’s return to England, and final European card of 2019, went down Saturday, as Bellator: London featured Michael Page vs. Giovanni Melillo. The event, airing exclusively on the Bellator App for those in North America, featured MVP, plus prospects like Soren Bak and Fabian Edwards.

Ahead of the main card, there was plenty of action on the prelims, as names like Charlie Ward and Bellator Kickboxing champ Denise Kielholtz were in action.

The preliminary card kicks off at 11:30AM ET. Check below for the MVP vs Anderson Live stream, plus full results!
Bellator: “London 2” comes to SSE Arena in London, England, this weekend (Sat., Nov. 23, 2019), featuring one of the most brutal knockout artists of the Welterweight division going up against a late replacement on home soil. God save the Queen.

Let’s break it down:

170 lbs.: Michael Page (15-1) vs. Giovanni Melillo (13-4)
Even though Michael Page got humbled in the Welterweight Grand Prix, the formerly undefeated fighter quickly bounced back with a win at Bellator 227 in the most flagrant manner possible. If it seems like controversy walks hand in hand with “Venom” you’re not mistaken. It’s also the very thing that makes him a superstar amongst mere mortals, so if you expect him to stop behaving like a bad boy any time soon you’ll be disappointed.

The only way for Melillo to win this fight is to cool his jets and take Anderson every bit as seriously as he deserves. That’s a tall order given that he’s lost two of his last three fights by technical knockout and he’s taking this fight as a late replacement for “Barbaric” Derek Anderson. I wish I could say I believe that an upset is possible, but you couldn’t make me place that bet with a knife to my back.

Final prediction: Michael Page via first round knockout

185 lbs.: Fabian Edwards (8-0) vs. Michael Shipman (13-2)
Known by friends and enemies alike as “The Assassin,” Fabian Edwards has lived up to the billing by running up an unblemished record that includes three knockouts and three submissions. At 6’1” with a 79.5” reach, Edwards could easily transition to being a top Light Heavyweight if he wanted to, which is undoubtedly what makes him such a “killer” in the 185 pound class. While a win in Saturday’s main event won’t necessarily propel him to a title shot so young in his career, it could help him earn a No. 1 contender’s fight down the road.

Michael “Seabass” Shipman was in that position himself a short while ago. Having amassed a string of 13 straight wins from 2014-2018, Shipman was primed and presented to be a contender who just had to amass one or two more fights on the bigger Bellator stage to be in the mix. That started out well enough at Bellator 210, but after having his bell rung by Costello van Steenis at Bellator 223, it was van Steenis who got the contender’s bout. It is a credit to Shipman’s long winning streak that he can main event after such a damaging loss.

Shipman’s got a hard night’s work ahead of him. He’ll be giving up size to Edwards at just 5’10,” and he’ll be haunted by his loss in this same venue a few months ago in June. He’s a hell of a finisher though with eight knockouts and five submissions, more than doubling Edwards in one category and almost doing it in the other. Edwards achieved all of his wins in either Bellator or BAMMA, while Shipman put in yeoman’s work grinding his way through the regional circuit to make the big leagues. The mixture of quality opponents to also-rans in their victories “is virtually identical” as Mike Goldberg says, which makes it inevitable that the two would eventually collide in a fight like this. As another Goldberg was once told by Scott Steiner though, “SIZE MATTERS.”

Final prediction: Fabian Edwards wins via second round flying knee knockout

155 lbs.: Terry Brazier (11-2) vs. Soren Bak (12-1)
We’ve got a lot of characters with a lot of colorful nicknames on this card and “The Dominator” Terry Brazier and “The True Viking” Soren Bak are no exception. The latter likes to throw a wolf pelt around his shoulders to celebrate a win, and he’s had five straight occasions to do that leading to his first Bellator appearance. Brazier had a longer nine fight winning streak in his own right until Chris Bungard snapped it in Newcastle this February. Brazier has four knockouts and three submissions, Bak has two knockouts and six submissions. So who stands, who falls, who crowds the halls? Given that Brazier has a huge size advantage at 6’0” to 5’9” and I just said that “SIZE MATTERS” I think Richard Walters will be escorting Soren back to where the deejay calls
Bellator returns to the capital this weekend with Michael ‘Venom’ Page headlining the card in front of a hometown crowd.

After breezing past Richard Kiely with a devastating flying knee finish in Dublin in September, Page makes a swift return to the cage to take on late stand-in Giovanni Melillo..

As revealed by Standard Sport, the Italian welterweight took the fight on eight days’ notice after original opponent Derek Anderson was forced to withdraw through injury.

Elsewhere on the card, Fabian Edwards, younger brother of UFC welterweight contender Leon, meets middleweight rival Mike Shipman in a genuine grudge match in their chief support act.

MMA Bellator London 2019 Live

MMA Bellator London 2019 Live: MMA Fighting main card has Bellator London results for the MVP vs. Melillo event Saturday at the SSE Arena in London, England. In the main event, Michael “Venom” Page will square off against Giovanni Melillo in a welterweight contest


Bellator MMA is heading back to London once again this year in preparation for their stacked Bellator London 2 card

MMA Fighting has Bellator London results for the MVP vs. Melillo event Saturday at the SSE Arena in London, England.

In the main event, Michael “Venom” Page will square off against Giovanni Melillo in a welterweight contest. Page is looking for his second straight victory.

Check out the Bellator London results below.

Bellator London 2: “MVP vs. Melillo” goes down this Saturday (Nov. 23, 2019) at SSE Arena in London, England. The main event sees feared Welterweight striker, Michael “Venom” Page (15-1), face off with Giovanni “The Punisher” Melillo (13-4) in a potential three-round war.

Hold up … Giovanni who? Earlier this year “The Barbaric” Derek Anderson (16-3, 1 NC) was scheduled to face “MVP” on this card, but less than a week ago Anderson pulled out for undisclosed reasons, forcing Bellator MMA to re-shuffle the deck.

As revealed by @standardsport, @Michaelpage247 has a new opponent for #BellatonLondon on Nov. 23rd following the withdrawal of Derek Anderson. https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/michael-venom-page-to-take-on-giovanni-melillo-in-bellator-london-main-event-after-derek-anderson-a4287541.html?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1573810594 …

Revealed: Michael ‘Venom’ Page’s new opponent for Bellator London
Michael ‘Venom’ Page will take on Giovanni Melillo in the Bellator London main event after Derek Anderson was forced to withdraw through injury. Bellator officials have scrambled to find a new

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Bellator MMA subsequently confirmed a report from the Evening Standard that Melillo would take Anderson’s place. “The Punisher” has a 3-3 record over his last six fights, but does boast a 77 percent finishing rate in his 13 wins, with eight knockouts and two submissions.

In size and stature, though, Giovanni is little match at 5’11” for the long and lanky 6’3” Page, who will undoubtedly look to add another highlight reel knockout to his long list of finishes. One could also hope he’d show a little more decorum doing so than in his last fight.

To check out the latest Bellator MMA-related news and notes be sure to hit up our comprehensive news archive right here.
Bellator MMA’s return to England, and final European card of 2019, went down Saturday, as Bellator: London featured Michael Page vs. Giovanni Melillo. The event, airing exclusively on the Bellator App for those in North America, featured MVP, plus prospects like Soren Bak and Fabian Edwards.

Ahead of the main card, there was plenty of action on the prelims, as names like Charlie Ward and Bellator Kickboxing champ Denise Kielholtz were in action.

The preliminary card kicks off at 11:30AM ET. Check below for the MMA Bellator London 2019 Live stream, plus full results!
Bellator: “London 2” comes to SSE Arena in London, England, this weekend (Sat., Nov. 23, 2019), featuring one of the most brutal knockout artists of the Welterweight division going up against a late replacement on home soil. God save the Queen.

Let’s break it down:

170 lbs.: Michael Page (15-1) vs. Giovanni Melillo (13-4)
Even though Michael Page got humbled in the Welterweight Grand Prix, the formerly undefeated fighter quickly bounced back with a win at Bellator 227 in the most flagrant manner possible. If it seems like controversy walks hand in hand with “Venom” you’re not mistaken. It’s also the very thing that makes him a superstar amongst mere mortals, so if you expect him to stop behaving like a bad boy any time soon you’ll be disappointed.

The only way for Melillo to win this fight is to cool his jets and take Anderson every bit as seriously as he deserves. That’s a tall order given that he’s lost two of his last three fights by technical knockout and he’s taking this fight as a late replacement for “Barbaric” Derek Anderson. I wish I could say I believe that an upset is possible, but you couldn’t make me place that bet with a knife to my back.

Final prediction: Michael Page via first round knockout

185 lbs.: Fabian Edwards (8-0) vs. Michael Shipman (13-2)
Known by friends and enemies alike as “The Assassin,” Fabian Edwards has lived up to the billing by running up an unblemished record that includes three knockouts and three submissions. At 6’1” with a 79.5” reach, Edwards could easily transition to being a top Light Heavyweight if he wanted to, which is undoubtedly what makes him such a “killer” in the 185 pound class. While a win in Saturday’s main event won’t necessarily propel him to a title shot so young in his career, it could help him earn a No. 1 contender’s fight down the road.

Michael “Seabass” Shipman was in that position himself a short while ago. Having amassed a string of 13 straight wins from 2014-2018, Shipman was primed and presented to be a contender who just had to amass one or two more fights on the bigger Bellator stage to be in the mix. That started out well enough at Bellator 210, but after having his bell rung by Costello van Steenis at Bellator 223, it was van Steenis who got the contender’s bout. It is a credit to Shipman’s long winning streak that he can main event after such a damaging loss.

Shipman’s got a hard night’s work ahead of him. He’ll be giving up size to Edwards at just 5’10,” and he’ll be haunted by his loss in this same venue a few months ago in June. He’s a hell of a finisher though with eight knockouts and five submissions, more than doubling Edwards in one category and almost doing it in the other. Edwards achieved all of his wins in either Bellator or BAMMA, while Shipman put in yeoman’s work grinding his way through the regional circuit to make the big leagues. The mixture of quality opponents to also-rans in their victories “is virtually identical” as Mike Goldberg says, which makes it inevitable that the two would eventually collide in a fight like this. As another Goldberg was once told by Scott Steiner though, “SIZE MATTERS.”

Final prediction: Fabian Edwards wins via second round flying knee knockout

155 lbs.: Terry Brazier (11-2) vs. Soren Bak (12-1)
We’ve got a lot of characters with a lot of colorful nicknames on this card and “The Dominator” Terry Brazier and “The True Viking” Soren Bak are no exception. The latter likes to throw a wolf pelt around his shoulders to celebrate a win, and he’s had five straight occasions to do that leading to his first Bellator appearance. Brazier had a longer nine fight winning streak in his own right until Chris Bungard snapped it in Newcastle this February. Brazier has four knockouts and three submissions, Bak has two knockouts and six submissions. So who stands, who falls, who crowds the halls? Given that Brazier has a huge size advantage at 6’0” to 5’9” and I just said that “SIZE MATTERS” I think Richard Walters will be escorting Soren back to where the deejay calls
Bellator returns to the capital this weekend with Michael ‘Venom’ Page headlining the card in front of a hometown crowd.

After breezing past Richard Kiely with a devastating flying knee finish in Dublin in September, Page makes a swift return to the cage to take on late stand-in Giovanni Melillo..

As revealed by Standard Sport, the Italian welterweight took the fight on eight days’ notice after original opponent Derek Anderson was forced to withdraw through injury.

Elsewhere on the card, Fabian Edwards, younger brother of UFC welterweight contender Leon, meets middleweight rival Mike Shipman in a genuine grudge match in their chief support act.

MMA Bellator London Live

MMA Bellator London Live: MMA Fighting main card has Bellator London results for the MVP vs. Melillo event Saturday at the SSE Arena in London, England. In the main event, Michael “Venom” Page will square off against Giovanni Melillo in a welterweight contest


Bellator MMA is heading back to London once again this year in preparation for their stacked Bellator London 2 card

MMA Fighting has Bellator London results for the MVP vs. Melillo event Saturday at the SSE Arena in London, England.

In the main event, Michael “Venom” Page will square off against Giovanni Melillo in a welterweight contest. Page is looking for his second straight victory.

Check out the Bellator London results below.

Bellator London 2: “MVP vs. Melillo” goes down this Saturday (Nov. 23, 2019) at SSE Arena in London, England. The main event sees feared Welterweight striker, Michael “Venom” Page (15-1), face off with Giovanni “The Punisher” Melillo (13-4) in a potential three-round war.

Hold up … Giovanni who? Earlier this year “The Barbaric” Derek Anderson (16-3, 1 NC) was scheduled to face “MVP” on this card, but less than a week ago Anderson pulled out for undisclosed reasons, forcing Bellator MMA to re-shuffle the deck.

As revealed by @standardsport, @Michaelpage247 has a new opponent for #BellatonLondon on Nov. 23rd following the withdrawal of Derek Anderson. https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/michael-venom-page-to-take-on-giovanni-melillo-in-bellator-london-main-event-after-derek-anderson-a4287541.html?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1573810594 …

Revealed: Michael ‘Venom’ Page’s new opponent for Bellator London
Michael ‘Venom’ Page will take on Giovanni Melillo in the Bellator London main event after Derek Anderson was forced to withdraw through injury. Bellator officials have scrambled to find a new

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Bellator MMA subsequently confirmed a report from the Evening Standard that Melillo would take Anderson’s place. “The Punisher” has a 3-3 record over his last six fights, but does boast a 77 percent finishing rate in his 13 wins, with eight knockouts and two submissions.

In size and stature, though, Giovanni is little match at 5’11” for the long and lanky 6’3” Page, who will undoubtedly look to add another highlight reel knockout to his long list of finishes. One could also hope he’d show a little more decorum doing so than in his last fight.

To check out the latest Bellator MMA-related news and notes be sure to hit up our comprehensive news archive right here.
Bellator MMA’s return to England, and final European card of 2019, went down Saturday, as Bellator: London featured Michael Page vs. Giovanni Melillo. The event, airing exclusively on the Bellator App for those in North America, featured MVP, plus prospects like Soren Bak and Fabian Edwards.

Ahead of the main card, there was plenty of action on the prelims, as names like Charlie Ward and Bellator Kickboxing champ Denise Kielholtz were in action.

The preliminary card kicks off at 11:30AM ET. Check below for the MMA Bellator London Live stream, plus full results!
Bellator: “London 2” comes to SSE Arena in London, England, this weekend (Sat., Nov. 23, 2019), featuring one of the most brutal knockout artists of the Welterweight division going up against a late replacement on home soil. God save the Queen.

Let’s break it down:

170 lbs.: Michael Page (15-1) vs. Giovanni Melillo (13-4)
Even though Michael Page got humbled in the Welterweight Grand Prix, the formerly undefeated fighter quickly bounced back with a win at Bellator 227 in the most flagrant manner possible. If it seems like controversy walks hand in hand with “Venom” you’re not mistaken. It’s also the very thing that makes him a superstar amongst mere mortals, so if you expect him to stop behaving like a bad boy any time soon you’ll be disappointed.

The only way for Melillo to win this fight is to cool his jets and take Anderson every bit as seriously as he deserves. That’s a tall order given that he’s lost two of his last three fights by technical knockout and he’s taking this fight as a late replacement for “Barbaric” Derek Anderson. I wish I could say I believe that an upset is possible, but you couldn’t make me place that bet with a knife to my back.

Final prediction: Michael Page via first round knockout

185 lbs.: Fabian Edwards (8-0) vs. Michael Shipman (13-2)
Known by friends and enemies alike as “The Assassin,” Fabian Edwards has lived up to the billing by running up an unblemished record that includes three knockouts and three submissions. At 6’1” with a 79.5” reach, Edwards could easily transition to being a top Light Heavyweight if he wanted to, which is undoubtedly what makes him such a “killer” in the 185 pound class. While a win in Saturday’s main event won’t necessarily propel him to a title shot so young in his career, it could help him earn a No. 1 contender’s fight down the road.

Michael “Seabass” Shipman was in that position himself a short while ago. Having amassed a string of 13 straight wins from 2014-2018, Shipman was primed and presented to be a contender who just had to amass one or two more fights on the bigger Bellator stage to be in the mix. That started out well enough at Bellator 210, but after having his bell rung by Costello van Steenis at Bellator 223, it was van Steenis who got the contender’s bout. It is a credit to Shipman’s long winning streak that he can main event after such a damaging loss.

Shipman’s got a hard night’s work ahead of him. He’ll be giving up size to Edwards at just 5’10,” and he’ll be haunted by his loss in this same venue a few months ago in June. He’s a hell of a finisher though with eight knockouts and five submissions, more than doubling Edwards in one category and almost doing it in the other. Edwards achieved all of his wins in either Bellator or BAMMA, while Shipman put in yeoman’s work grinding his way through the regional circuit to make the big leagues. The mixture of quality opponents to also-rans in their victories “is virtually identical” as Mike Goldberg says, which makes it inevitable that the two would eventually collide in a fight like this. As another Goldberg was once told by Scott Steiner though, “SIZE MATTERS.”

Final prediction: Fabian Edwards wins via second round flying knee knockout

155 lbs.: Terry Brazier (11-2) vs. Soren Bak (12-1)
We’ve got a lot of characters with a lot of colorful nicknames on this card and “The Dominator” Terry Brazier and “The True Viking” Soren Bak are no exception. The latter likes to throw a wolf pelt around his shoulders to celebrate a win, and he’s had five straight occasions to do that leading to his first Bellator appearance. Brazier had a longer nine fight winning streak in his own right until Chris Bungard snapped it in Newcastle this February. Brazier has four knockouts and three submissions, Bak has two knockouts and six submissions. So who stands, who falls, who crowds the halls? Given that Brazier has a huge size advantage at 6’0” to 5’9” and I just said that “SIZE MATTERS” I think Richard Walters will be escorting Soren back to where the deejay calls
Bellator returns to the capital this weekend with Michael ‘Venom’ Page headlining the card in front of a hometown crowd.

After breezing past Richard Kiely with a devastating flying knee finish in Dublin in September, Page makes a swift return to the cage to take on late stand-in Giovanni Melillo..

As revealed by Standard Sport, the Italian welterweight took the fight on eight days’ notice after original opponent Derek Anderson was forced to withdraw through injury.

Elsewhere on the card, Fabian Edwards, younger brother of UFC welterweight contender Leon, meets middleweight rival Mike Shipman in a genuine grudge match in their chief support act.

Bellator London 2019 Live

Bellator London 2019 Live: Mousasi, a pound-for-pound MMA great, against undefeated Lovato Jr headlines a stacked card in the capital that also features Irish superstar James Gallagher, in action against Jeremiah Labiano.


Bellator London 2019 Main Card Schedule: In the main event, Gegard Mousasi will put his 185-pound title on the line against Rafael Lovato Jr. And in the co-main event, a middleweight battle will take place between Paul Daley and Erick Silva.


If you are spending a lot of time on the internet, chances are you’ve heard of Reddit. A lot of the viewers are shifting towards Reddit. As we know there are a lot of streaming options and links that are uploaded by a number of users.


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Sky Sports will broadcast live between 9pm. and 10pm with the Channel 5 broadcast on air live between 10pm and 12am.The first half of the card will be shown live on Sky Sports Arena, and is available via Now TV with a day pass on offer for £8.99. Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match online via SkyGo and the SkyGo app.
ESPN+ is the official channel to watch the Bellator London 2019 live stream online. It will be headlining the very first fight night in January. The sports streaming service has exclusive rights to show every single UFC event in the US and of course, that includes Bellator London 2019.
How much that costs depend on whether or not you already subscribe to the service. If you don’t, then the best way to go is with a UFC Bundle, costing you $79.99. That won’t just buy you the Bellator London 2019 PPV, but you’ll get a year-long subscription to ESPN+ (that would normally cost $60 alone). For those that already have an ESPN+ subscription, you can still buy access to Bellator London 2019 for $59.99.

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Bellator London Live: MMA Fighting main card has Bellator London results for the MVP vs. Melillo event Saturday at the SSE Arena in London, England. In the main event, Michael “Venom” Page will square off against Giovanni Melillo in a welterweight contest


Bellator MMA is heading back to London once again this year in preparation for their stacked Bellator London 2 card

MMA Fighting has Bellator London results for the MVP vs. Melillo event Saturday at the SSE Arena in London, England.

In the main event, Michael “Venom” Page will square off against Giovanni Melillo in a welterweight contest. Page is looking for his second straight victory.

Check out the Bellator London results below.

Bellator London 2: “MVP vs. Melillo” goes down this Saturday (Nov. 23, 2019) at SSE Arena in London, England. The main event sees feared Welterweight striker, Michael “Venom” Page (15-1), face off with Giovanni “The Punisher” Melillo (13-4) in a potential three-round war.

Hold up … Giovanni who? Earlier this year “The Barbaric” Derek Anderson (16-3, 1 NC) was scheduled to face “MVP” on this card, but less than a week ago Anderson pulled out for undisclosed reasons, forcing Bellator MMA to re-shuffle the deck.

As revealed by @standardsport, @Michaelpage247 has a new opponent for #BellatonLondon on Nov. 23rd following the withdrawal of Derek Anderson. https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/michael-venom-page-to-take-on-giovanni-melillo-in-bellator-london-main-event-after-derek-anderson-a4287541.html?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1573810594 …

Revealed: Michael ‘Venom’ Page’s new opponent for Bellator London
Michael ‘Venom’ Page will take on Giovanni Melillo in the Bellator London main event after Derek Anderson was forced to withdraw through injury. Bellator officials have scrambled to find a new

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Bellator MMA subsequently confirmed a report from the Evening Standard that Melillo would take Anderson’s place. “The Punisher” has a 3-3 record over his last six fights, but does boast a 77 percent finishing rate in his 13 wins, with eight knockouts and two submissions.

In size and stature, though, Giovanni is little match at 5’11” for the long and lanky 6’3” Page, who will undoubtedly look to add another highlight reel knockout to his long list of finishes. One could also hope he’d show a little more decorum doing so than in his last fight.

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Bellator MMA’s return to England, and final European card of 2019, went down Saturday, as Bellator: London featured Michael Page vs. Giovanni Melillo. The event, airing exclusively on the Bellator App for those in North America, featured MVP, plus prospects like Soren Bak and Fabian Edwards.

Ahead of the main card, there was plenty of action on the prelims, as names like Charlie Ward and Bellator Kickboxing champ Denise Kielholtz were in action.

The preliminary card kicks off at 11:30AM ET. Check below for the Bellator London live stream, plus full results!
Bellator: “London 2” comes to SSE Arena in London, England, this weekend (Sat., Nov. 23, 2019), featuring one of the most brutal knockout artists of the Welterweight division going up against a late replacement on home soil. God save the Queen.

Let’s break it down:

170 lbs.: Michael Page (15-1) vs. Giovanni Melillo (13-4)
Even though Michael Page got humbled in the Welterweight Grand Prix, the formerly undefeated fighter quickly bounced back with a win at Bellator 227 in the most flagrant manner possible. If it seems like controversy walks hand in hand with “Venom” you’re not mistaken. It’s also the very thing that makes him a superstar amongst mere mortals, so if you expect him to stop behaving like a bad boy any time soon you’ll be disappointed.

The only way for Melillo to win this fight is to cool his jets and take Anderson every bit as seriously as he deserves. That’s a tall order given that he’s lost two of his last three fights by technical knockout and he’s taking this fight as a late replacement for “Barbaric” Derek Anderson. I wish I could say I believe that an upset is possible, but you couldn’t make me place that bet with a knife to my back.

Final prediction: Michael Page via first round knockout

185 lbs.: Fabian Edwards (8-0) vs. Michael Shipman (13-2)
Known by friends and enemies alike as “The Assassin,” Fabian Edwards has lived up to the billing by running up an unblemished record that includes three knockouts and three submissions. At 6’1” with a 79.5” reach, Edwards could easily transition to being a top Light Heavyweight if he wanted to, which is undoubtedly what makes him such a “killer” in the 185 pound class. While a win in Saturday’s main event won’t necessarily propel him to a title shot so young in his career, it could help him earn a No. 1 contender’s fight down the road.

Michael “Seabass” Shipman was in that position himself a short while ago. Having amassed a string of 13 straight wins from 2014-2018, Shipman was primed and presented to be a contender who just had to amass one or two more fights on the bigger Bellator stage to be in the mix. That started out well enough at Bellator 210, but after having his bell rung by Costello van Steenis at Bellator 223, it was van Steenis who got the contender’s bout. It is a credit to Shipman’s long winning streak that he can main event after such a damaging loss.

Shipman’s got a hard night’s work ahead of him. He’ll be giving up size to Edwards at just 5’10,” and he’ll be haunted by his loss in this same venue a few months ago in June. He’s a hell of a finisher though with eight knockouts and five submissions, more than doubling Edwards in one category and almost doing it in the other. Edwards achieved all of his wins in either Bellator or BAMMA, while Shipman put in yeoman’s work grinding his way through the regional circuit to make the big leagues. The mixture of quality opponents to also-rans in their victories “is virtually identical” as Mike Goldberg says, which makes it inevitable that the two would eventually collide in a fight like this. As another Goldberg was once told by Scott Steiner though, “SIZE MATTERS.”

Final prediction: Fabian Edwards wins via second round flying knee knockout

155 lbs.: Terry Brazier (11-2) vs. Soren Bak (12-1)
We’ve got a lot of characters with a lot of colorful nicknames on this card and “The Dominator” Terry Brazier and “The True Viking” Soren Bak are no exception. The latter likes to throw a wolf pelt around his shoulders to celebrate a win, and he’s had five straight occasions to do that leading to his first Bellator appearance. Brazier had a longer nine fight winning streak in his own right until Chris Bungard snapped it in Newcastle this February. Brazier has four knockouts and three submissions, Bak has two knockouts and six submissions. So who stands, who falls, who crowds the halls? Given that Brazier has a huge size advantage at 6’0” to 5’9” and I just said that “SIZE MATTERS” I think Richard Walters will be escorting Soren back to where the deejay calls
Bellator returns to the capital this weekend with Michael ‘Venom’ Page headlining the card in front of a hometown crowd.

After breezing past Richard Kiely with a devastating flying knee finish in Dublin in September, Page makes a swift return to the cage to take on late stand-in Giovanni Melillo..

As revealed by Standard Sport, the Italian welterweight took the fight on eight days’ notice after original opponent Derek Anderson was forced to withdraw through injury.

Elsewhere on the card, Fabian Edwards, younger brother of UFC welterweight contender Leon, meets middleweight rival Mike Shipman in a genuine grudge match in their chief support act.