Bellator 282 airs live on Showtime from Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT on Friday, June 24. In the five-round main event two-time and current middleweight champion Gegard Mousasi (49-7-2) defends his title against No.1-ranked unbeaten contender Johnny Eblen (11-0).
The championship bout follows a pair of quarterfinals of bantamweight World Grand Prix. Among the bouts Leandro Higo (21-5) takes on Danny Sabatello (12-1) and Magomed Magomedov (18-2) faces off Enrique Barzola (18-5-2). In addition, Kassius Kayne (12-7) and Brennan Ward (15-6) do battle at welterweight. The full lineup can be found below.
How to watch Bellator 282: Mousasi vs Eblen
Date: Friday, June 24
Time: 9 pm ET / 6 pm PT
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Bellator 282 free live stream of prelims begins at 6 pm ET / 3 pm PT. US live stream video is available up top. International live stream is available below.
Bellator 282 fight card
Get Bellator 282: Mousasi vs Eblen full fight card results below.
- Johnny Eblen def. Gegard Mousasi by unanimous decision (50–45, 50–45, 50–45) – wins Bellator middleweight title
- Danny Sabatello def. Leandro Higo by unanimous decision (49–46, 49–46, 49–46) – wins Bellator bantamweight WGP quarter-final
- Magomed Magomedov def. Enrique Barzola by submission (guillotine choke, R4 at 1:27) – wins Bellator bantamweight WGP quarter-final
- Brennan Ward def. Kassius Kayne by TKO (punches, R2 at 1:11)
- Killys Mota def. Dan Moret by unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, 30–27)
- Lucas Brennan def. Johnny Soto by submission (rear-naked choke, R1 at 3:34)
- Alexander Shabliy def. Brent Primus by KO (punches, R2 at 1:22)
- Cat Zingano def. Pam Sorenson by unanimous decision (29–26, 29–27, 29–27)
- Anatoly Tokov def. Muhammad Abdullah by TKO (punches, R1 at 2:28)
- Sabah Homasi def. Maycon Mendonca KO (punch, R1 at 0:58)
- Ilara Joanne def. Alejandra Lara by unanimous decision (30–26, 29–27, 29–27)
- James Gonzalez def. Cody Law by unanimous decision (29–27, 29–28, 30–26)
- Aaron Jeffery def. Fabio Aguiar by TKO (knees and punches, R2 at 3:30)
- Mandel Nallo def. Bryce Logan by TKO (punch, R1 at 1:07)