On Saturday, July 16, Bellator MMA will make its first visit to England for Bellator 158: London which takes place from the The O2 in London.
In the night’s main event, British knockout artist Paul Daley clashes with former welterweight champion Douglas Lima. The 33-year-old Daley enters the contest having won five straight, including three in a row inside the Bellator cage. “Semtex” has earned back-to-back knockout victories. Lima, meanwhile, will look to bounce back from a decision loss to champion Andrey Koreshkov in his last outing. Prior to that, the Brazilian had won five straight of his own.
Also on the card, UFC veterans Matt Mitrione and Oli Thompson clash at heavyweight, and striking stalwart Michael “Venom” Page battles veteran Evangelista “Cyborg” Santos.
The event airs via tape-delay in North America with the main card airing at 9 p.m. ET on Saturday.
Below are the results of the event’s weigh-ins which took place Friday, July 15 at the Café de Paris in Leicester Square.
Bellator 158 Weigh-in Results
Paul Daley (170.8) vs. Douglas Lima (170.8)
Matt Mitrione (256.5) vs. Oli Thompson (234.8)
Michael Page (169.8) vs. Evangelista “Cyborg” Santos (170)
Francis Carmont (205.3) vs. Lukasz Klinger (204.9)
James Gallagher (144.7) vs. Mike Cutting (148.3)
Neil Grove (266.8) vs. James Mulheron (244.7)
Michael Shipman (185.9) vs. Dom Clark (185.4)
Pietro Menga (124.7) vs. Spencer Hewitt (125.5)
Luiz Tosta (135.6) vs. Dean Garnett (135.7)
Jason Radcliffe (185.3) vs. Jack Mason (185.2)
Alex Reid (183.1) vs. Manuel Garcia (185.7)
C.J. Meeks (185.1) vs. Danny Mitchell (185.7)
Nathanial Wood (145.3) vs. Chase Morton (145.1)
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