Bellator MMA’s return to Northern California on September 29, 2018 will feature one of the sport’s highest profile cards of the year, and the area’s fans were eager to weigh-in on the matter.
In the heart of San Jose’s SAP Center, champions will collide, the promotion’s next Grand Prix commences, and a slough of other match-ups, from the top of the card to its starting point on the prelims, should keep fans’ seats nice and cool all evening. Anticipation around the region is buzzing for such a star-studded show, and many of those who follow norcalmixedmartialarts.com‘s Instagram page (link here) flocked to cast their vote as to the outcomes of each contest.
Gegard Mousasi vs. Rory MacDonald for the Bellator Middleweight Championship
Rampage Jackson vs. Wavderlei Silva in the heavyweight division
Douglas Lima vs. Andrey Koreshkov in the first-round of Bellator’s Welterweight Grand Prix
Aaron Pico vs. Leandro Higo in the featherweight division
Keri Melendez vs. Dakota Zimmerman in the flyweight division
Adam Piccolotti vs. James Terry at a catchweight
Amber Leibrock vs. Arlene Blencowe in the featherweight division
Jeremiah Labiano vs. Justin Smitley in the featherweight division
Josh San Diego vs. Joe Neal at a catchweight
Chuck Campbell vs. Joseph Ramirez in the light heavyweight division
Anthony Figueroa Jr. vs. Samuel Romero in the lightweight division
Isaiah Batin-Gonzalez vs. Khai Wu in the bantamweight division
Ricky Abdelaziz vs. Laird Anderson in the featherweight division
Ignacio Ortiz vs. Jacob Ycaro in the featherweight division
Cass Bell vs. Ty Costa in the bantamweight division
Abraham Vaesau vs. Demarco Villalona at a catchweight
Whether ballot casters foresee a one-sided mauling or a razor-thin affair, each pairing at Bellator 206 is must-see TV.