Bellator 267 prediction


The sleeper fight of Bellator 267 is the main card opener between Tim Wilde and Yves Landu. Both fighters have unorthodox striking that leads to unpredictable finishes.

Bellator 267: Lima vs. MVP 2 Preview and Predictions.
Fight Pick
Women’s FW: Leah McCourt vs. Jessica Borga McCourt
FW: Rob Whiteford vs. Andrew Fisher Whiteford
LW: Yves Landu vs. Tim Wilde Landu

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Sep 28, 2021

Who won Bellator 267?

Michael PageBellator 267 results, highlights: Michael Page scores disputed split decision win over Douglas Lima. Welterweight contender Michael “Venom” Page avenged the lone defeat of his career on Friday against former three-time champion Douglas Lima to likely secure a title shot.

What time is Bellator 267?

4 p.m. ETThe main card of the event, titled “Bellator London: Lima vs. MVP 2,” aired live at 4 p.m. ET on Showtime.

How can I watch Bellator 267 tonight?

MMA fans can watch the Bellator 267: Lima vs. Page TV main card live on Showtime in the United States. It can also be live streamed via Showtime’s app or website. In the United Kingdom, the card can be seen live on BBC iPlayer.

Who is the highest paid in Bellator?

Tim Johnson vs. Linton VassellLinton Vassell: $138,000 ($69,000 to show + $69,000 to win)Tim Johnson: $75,000.

Is Bellator on TV tonight?

There are no TV Airings of Bellator MMA in the next 14 days.

Who won Bellator fight last night?

Bellator 281 results, highlights: Paul Daley wins retirement fight with brutal comeback KO of Wendell Giacomo.

What TV channel is Bellator on?

Bellator MMA main card events are carried live on SHOWTIME, which is a premium channel that is less widely available than ESPN. You’ll still find it on various cable, satellite, and live TV streaming services, but more often as an add-on.

What time is Bellator on tonight?

The main card is set to get underway at 9 p.m. ET / 2 a.m.

Where can I watch Bellator 276?

How to watch Bellator 276: Burnell vs. Borics. Bellator 276 will start with the prelims on YouTube. In the U.S., the main card will be airing live on Showtime.

Who pays more Bellator vs UFC?

Does Bellator Pay More Than The UFC? Bellator doesn’t pay more than the UFC, but it can depend on each fighter’s status to how much they can earn. Bellator can pay as low as $1,500 for a preliminary fighter on a card. The UFC has a minimum $10,000 payout for any fighter on their card.

What is Dana White Worth?

$500 millionDana Frederick White Jr. (born July 28, 1969) is an American businessman who serves as president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, a global mixed martial arts organization. In August 2019, White’s net worth was estimated at $500 million.

How much does Bellator pay per fight?

Both fighters had a disclosed payday of $250,000 flat. The co-main event is a grand prix final. Light heavyweight champion Vadim Nemkov (on an $80,000 to show/$80,000 to win basis) and Corey Anderson ($250,000 flat) will collide with the winner making an additional $1 million.

A pair of welterweights collide in London in a rematch of a fight that produced a highlight reel knockout in 2019

Although it has been just over two years since Douglas Lima scored a second-round knockout of Michael Page at Bellator 221 to hand the dynamic “MVP” his lone pro defeat, it’s hard to ignore how much has changed entering their rematch.

Bellator 267 viewing information

Date: Oct. 1 | Start time: 4 p.m. ET (12:30 p.m. prelims)
Location: Wembley Arena — London
TV Channel: Showtime | Stream: Showtime App


Although the first fight was explosive, the rematch will likely be more of a tactical affair given Page’s evolution. The deciding factor could very well be which fighter is able to establish himself as the aggressor to keep the fight on his terms.

Emmanuel Sanchez vs. Mads Burnell

Mads Burnell is a lethal ground fighter, but if he wants to turn this into a jiu-jitsu contest, Emmanuel Sanchez will be right there with him. The master of the Pervuian necktie faces serious adversity from Sanchez no matter where the fight goes.

Usman Nurmagomedov vs. Manny Muro

On paper, this is a showcase fight for Usman Nurmagomedov and that’s no disrespect to the tough Manny Muro. Nurmagomedov, 23, is just that highly touted and it’s going to be a few fights before whoever Bellator finds to face him isn’t viewed as a huge underdog.

Islam Mamedov vs. Brent Primus

Islam Mamedov enters his Bellator debut with a ton of hype behind him and an unbeaten streak that has lasted for 12 years. A longtime training partner of Khabib Nurmagomedov, you’ll be shocked to hear that he’s a sambo expert who specializes in pounding his opponents into dust on the ground.

Chris Gonzalez vs. Goiti Yamauchi

This might be the toughest main card fight to pick outside of the main event.


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