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Friday, Oct 11, 2013

UFC Vet Terry Etim Booked For Bellator PPV

Etim (photo via UFC.com)

By FCF Staff

Bellator has confirmed that another UFC vet will make his debut at the promotion’s November 2nd “Rampage vs. Tito” card, as lightweight Terry Etim will fight Patrick Cenoble. The upcoming event, which will be hosted by the Long Beach Arena, will feature former UFC light-heavyweight champs “Rampage” Jackson and Tito Ortiz fighting in the headliner.

Etim (15-5) will make his Bellator debut having dropped back-to-back bouts versus Renee Forte and Edson Barboza in the UFC.

“I’m excited to get back into the cage and do what I do best, fight,” Etim said in a press release from the promotion. “Bellator has continued to grow and to be part of the organization and be part of the first PPV is a huge honor, and I’m pumped to be able to showcase my skills on such a big stage. November 2nd is going to be a huge night.”

Cenoble (9-2-1) made his Bellator debut in March and fought Tony Fryklund to a split draw.

Here is the updated line-up for the November 2nd card, which will be Bellator’s first PPV event.

Pay-Per-View Main Card

Light Heavyweight Feature Fight: Rampage Jackson (32-11) vs. Tito Ortiz (16-11-1)

Lightweight Title Fight: Michael Chandler (12-0) vs. Eddie Alvarez (24-3)

Light Heavyweight Interim Title Fight: King Mo Lawal (11-2) vs. Emanuel Newton (21-7-1)

Featherweight Title Fight: Pat Curran (19-4) vs. Daniel Straus (21-4)


Spike TV Preliminary Fights

Fight Master Welterweight Finals: Joe Riggs (39-14) vs. Mike Bronzoulis (15-5)

Lightweight Feature Fight: Terry Etim (15-5) vs. Patrick Cenoble (9-2)


Spike.com Preliminary Fights

Welterweight Feature Fight: Joe Williams (10-3) vs. Jesse Juarez (20-8)

Light Heavyweight Feature Fight: Brandon Halsey (4-0) vs. Hector Ramirez (9-5-1)

Lightweight Feature Fight: Mike Guymon (14-6-1) vs. Aaron Miller (14-8)

Featherweight Feature Fight: Joe Camacho (13-18-3) vs. Cleber Luciano (8-5)

Lightweight Feature Fight: Darren Smith (4-3) vs. Josh Smith (8-5)


posted by FCF Staff @ 3:57 pm
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