Bellator 245: Davis vs. Machida II will take place on September 11, 2020, at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut on DAZN at 10 p.m. ET/9 p.m. CT. Fundamental activity will transfer on Bellator MMA’s YouTube channel. Extra sessions will be reported in the coming days.
|Match||Davis vs Machida 2|
|Date||Friday, Sept. 11, 2020|
|Time||10 p.m. ET|
|Location||Uncasville, Connecticut, United States|
|Venue||Mohegan Sun Arena|
|Live Stream||ESPN+, DAZN, FuboTV|
A couple of UFC veterans will get down to business in a rematch seven years really taking shape and an empty bantamweight title session feature a doubleheader of enormous cards Bellator MMA declared Friday for Sept. 11-12 in Uncasville, Connecticut.
Bellator MMA’s “FightSphere” at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn., has facilitated activity during this continuous coronavirus pandemic, however not exactly like this.
Bellator Fight card
|Main card||Weight class|
|Lyoto Machida vs Phil Davis||Light Heavyweight|
|Cat Zingano vs G. Holloway||Women’s Featherweight|
|Ed Ruth vs Taylor Johnson||Middleweight|
|Raymond Daniels vs Peter Stanonik||Welterweight|
|Preliminary card||Weight class|
|Rafael Carvalho vs Alex Polizzi||Light Heavyweight|
|Tyrell Fortune vs Jack May||Heavyweight|
|Keith Lee vs Dominic Mazzotta||Catchweight (140 lbs)|
Just because, Bellator MMA’s “FightSphere” at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn. will have a stacked doubleheader end of the week on Friday, Sept. 11, and Saturday, Sept. 12. On night one, Bellator 245 is featured by the previous world champ Phil Davis (21-5, 1 NC) and Lyoto Machida (26-9) in a light heavyweight rematch, while Bellator 246 on night two sees a bantamweight big showdown battle including force to be reckoned with Juan Archuleta (24-2) taking on the undefeated Patchy Mix (13-0) for the empty title.
Archuleta, 32, descends to bantamweight subsequent to losing a 145-pound title shot to Patricio “Pitbull” Freire last September in the Bellator MMA World Grand Prix competition. After four months, Archuleta bounced back by outpointing Henry Corrales in his last session at featherweight.
The 27-year-old Mix has won every one of the three of his Bellator sessions by the first-round accommodation remembering his limited time debut for 2019 when he required only 61 seconds to shock Ricky Bandejas.