On Saturday, Sept. 29, Bellator MMA will host its 206th event from the SAP Center in San Jose, Calif.
In the night’s main event, a pair of UFC veterans who both now hold Bellator gold will go to battle as middleweight champion Gegard Mousasi puts his belt on the line against welterweight titleholder Rory MacDonald. Mousasi earned gold in May, stopping Rafael Carvalho in the first round by TKO. MacDonald, meanwhile, outlasted Douglas Lima over five rounds to capture the 170-pound strap in January.
Also on the main card, two of the sport’s most recognizable names meet for a fourth time as Quinton “Rampage” Jackson locks horns with Wanderlei Silva. The Brazilian Silva stopped Jackson twice under the Pride FC banner, but Jackson exacted some revenge at UFC 92. Now Jackson will look to even the score at two wins apiece.
Finally, the promotion will kick off its welterweight grand prix tournament as former champions Douglas Lima and Andrey Koreshkov clash in a rubber match.
The night’s preliminary card streams on the promotion’s website beginning at 8 p.m. ET. The six-fight main card streams live on DAZN at 10 p.m. ET.
The fighters hit the scales on Friday, Sept. 28. Video of the action (courtesy of Bellator MMA) appears above, while the results appear below.
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (254.4) vs. Wanderlei Silva (226.9)
Douglas Lima (170) vs. Andrey Koreshkov (169.3) – welterweight grand prix opening round
Aaron Pico (145.7) vs. Leandro Higo (145.1)
Keri Taylor-Melendez (116) vs. Dakota Zimmerman (115.6)
Gaston Bolanos (145.2) vs. Ysidro Gutierrez (145.3)
Adam Piccolotti (159.1) vs. James Terry (160)
Jeremiah Labiano (144.9) vs. Justin Smitley (144.2)
Amber Leibrock (145.4) vs. Arlene Blencowe (145.3)
Josh San Diego (139.2) vs. Joe Neal (139.9)
Abraham Vaseau (174.6) vs. DeMarco Villalona (N/A) *
Cass Bell (136) vs. Ty Costa (136)
Isaiah Gonzalez (135.8) vs. Khai Wu (136)
Jacob Ycaro (145.3) vs. Ignacio Ortiz (144.9)
Laird Anderson (145.8) vs. Ahmed Abdelaziz (147)
Chuck Campbell (205.6) vs. Joseph Ramirez (202.4)
Anthony Figueroa Jr. (156) vs. Samuel Romero (156)
* – DeMarco Villalona did not weigh in. His bout with Abraham Vaseau is off.