To call Bellator NYC (and the Bellator 180 undercard) an event of epic proportions would be a vast understatement. A wild collection of MMA stars from multiple generations and eras, Bellator is bringing out its biggest guns for their New York debut.

Blending and combining the spectacle and athletic elements of combat sports promotion, Bellator NYC features everything from grudge matches and obscure legend vs. veteran fights, to multiple relevant title bouts, along with the MMA debut of wunderkind, Aaron Pico, who will take his first pro cage fight, on pay per view, at (talk about magnitude).

It's the deepest, and most meaningful, fight card that Bellator has ever promoted: three title fights, and alums, Olympic hopefuls, and Davis vs. Bader 2!

Stay tuned for Bellator NYC updates and coverage ...

Bellator NYC & Bellator 180 June 24, 2017

Bellator NYC (Pay Per View, 10 P.M. / 7 P.M. PST)

  • Chael Sonnen vs. Wanderlei Silva
  • Fedor Emelianenko vs. Matt Mitrione
  • Douglas Lima vs. Lorenz Larkin (welterweight title fight)
  • Michael Chandler vs. Brent Primus (lightweight title fight)
  • Aaron Pico vs. Zach Freeman

Bellator 180 Card (Spike T.V., 8 P.M. EST)

  • Phil Davis vs. Ryan Bader (light heavyweight title fight)
  • Chinzo Machida vs. James Gallagher
  • Dave Marfone vs. Neiman Gracie
  • Heather Hardy vs. Alice Yauger

Bellator 180 Preliminary Card (, 6 P.M. EST)

  • Ryan Couture vs. Haim Gozali
  • Jerome Mickle vs. Anthony Giacchina
  • Hugh McKenna vs. John Salgado
  • Sergio da Silva vs. Matt Rizzo
  • Bradley Desir vs. Nate Grebb

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