ByKel Dansby, writer at Creators.co
Kel Dansby

Here's how to watch every event on TV, PPV or online this week.

Bookmark this page and check back every Monday for an updated schedule.


Friday, April 7th


LFA 8: Hamilton vs. Bazzi

What: Cee Jay Hamilton and Jesse Bazzi battle to climb the ladder in the flyweight division.

When: Friday, April 7th

Time: 5PM ET

Where: TD Convention Center, Greenville, South Carolina

How To watch: AXS.tv

Why To Watch: A flyweight battle between Cee Jay Hamilton and Jesse Bazzi headlines an action packed card of fights. Keep an eye out for the other main card flyweight matchup between Jared Scoggins and Juan Puerta, as they look to gain footing in the division.


Saturday, April 8th


Bellator MMA: Bellator 176

What: Rafael Carvalho vs. Melvin Manhoef for the Bellator Middleweight title and Anastasia Yankova vs. Elina Kallionidou's kickboxing contest for the flyweight world title.

When: Saturday, April 8th

Time: 4PM ET

Where: Pala Alpitour, Torino, Italy

How To watch: Spike

Why To Watch: Bellator tried to follow up last weekend's Bellator 175 match up between "King Mo" Lawal and "Rampage" Jackson with a championship double-header. Rafael Carvalho puts his thirteen fight win streak and title on the line in an immediate rematch against Melvin Manhoef. Their first matchup was decided by a razor-thin margin and both fighters look to leave no doubt come Saturday.


Saturday, April 8th


UFC 210: Cormier vs. Johnson 2

What: Daniel Cormier and Anthony Johnson's rematch for the UFC light heavyweight title is not only a battle for gold but a battle for legacy.

When: Saturday, April 8th

Time: 7PM EST

Where: KeyBank Center, Buffalo, NY

How To watch: PPV

Why To Watch: Daniel Cormier and Anthony Johnson's rematch for the UFC light heavyweight title is not only a battle for gold but a battle for legacy.

Cormier and Johnson are the best two light heavyweight fighters in the UFC and quite possibly the world. Yes, we know Jon Jones exist but until he is able to prove he can avoid suspension for longer than a few months, he will not be recognized in the division.

In their first fight, Johnson almost landed a highlight KO to defeat Cormier, but DC's resiliency saw him recover to grind out a submission victory over Johnson. This fight could play out exactly like the first or it could end like most of Rumble's other fights, with an amazing knockout punch.


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