Bellator 248: Kongo vs Johnson 2 Held on Sat., Oct. 10, 2020, in Accor Arena in Paris, FranceHow To Watch: CBS Sports Network. Bellator MMA is gone to France, making it the primary significant advancement to land in the country. On Friday, the advancement reported through online media that Bellator 248 will happen in Paris.
Bellator 248 Fight Info
Event: Bellator 248 “Kongo vs. Johnson 2”
Date: Saturday, October 10, 2020
Time: 11:30 am ET
Venue: Accor Arena in Paris, France
Live Stream: Bellator.com | ESPN | DAZN
France as of late made its way for MMA, authorizing the game toward the beginning of 2020. While the UFC communicated enthusiasm for going to the country, the COVID pandemic slowed down those plans. Presently, Bellator — who have solid traction in Europe, especially in Italy and the U.K. — have beat them to the punch.
The occasion is required to occur at the Accor Arena on October 10. A set number of fans will be in participation.
Bellator 248 Fight Fight card
Michael Page vs. Ross Houston
Melvin Manhoef vs. Simon Biyong
Oliver Enkamp vs. Emmanuel Dawa
Terry Brazier vs. Yves Landu
Davy Gallon vs. Brian Hooi
Dominique Wooding vs. Fabacary Diatta
Jean N’Doye vs. Ciaran Clarke
Dylan Logan vs. William Gomis
Maguy Berchel vs. Lucie Bertaud
Two significant battles have likewise been declared for the show, and of course, Cheick Kongo is included. The French heavyweight has since quite a while ago contended all over however in his local France, yet will currently get an opportunity to battle at home. Kongo (30–10–2, 1NC) was most recently seen at Bellator 226 out of a title offer against heavyweight champ Ryan Bader. Be that as it may, an eye jab stopped the battle early, bringing about it being considered a no challenge.
Before that battle, Kongo, a previous UFC star, had won eight straight, including wins against ex-champ Vitaly Minakov, and ex-UFC heavyweight Tim Johnson.
It’s Johnson (14-6) that Kongo will look for the second time this October. The American has set together two on the right track wins, the two completions, against top possibility Tyrell Fortune, and most as of late Matt Mitrione.
Additionally declared for Bellator 248 is the arrival of Michael Page. Page (17-1) has won three straight since being bobbed from the welterweight thousand Prix by Douglas Lima in May 2019. This break, he’s been matched up with the undefeated Ross Houston (8-0, 1NC). Houston, a previous Cage Warriors welterweight champ, will make his special introduction at the occasion.