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Bellator Mixed Martial Arts

Douglas Lima is among the most accomplished fighters in Bellator history, having actually caught the welterweight champion 3 times because his launching with the business almost a years earlier. On Friday night in Connecticut, Lima will put that belt on the line versus unbeaten Ukrainian Yaroslav Amosov in the primary occasion of Bellator 260.

In 2018 and 2019, Lima won the Welterweight World Grand Prix competition, beating Rory MacDonald in the finals. That win likewise protected Lima the welterweight title. He has yet to safeguard the belt throughout this reign, rather making a journey up to middleweight in an effort to win the then-vacant title versus Gegard Mousasi. Mousasi won that battle by consentaneous choice, stopping Lima from ending up being a two-division champ.

Amosov has an ideal 25 -0 record as an expert and has actually gone 6-0 considering that beginning with Bellator in July2018 Amosov beat Logan Storley in his latest trip, protecting a title shot with his split choice win. In his 25 profession triumphes, Amosov has 9 knockout and 10 submission success for a 76%surface rate. He has actually just completed 2 of his 6 Bellator wins.

Here’s the battle card for Bellator 260 with the current chances from William Hill Sportsbook.

Bellator 260 card, chances

Douglas Lima (c) -125

Yaroslav Amosov 105

Welterweight champion

Jason Jackson -220

Paul Daley 180

175- pound catchweight

Aaron Pico -625

Aiden Lee 450

Featherweight

Demarques Jackson -110 Mark Lemminger -110 Welterweight

Bellator 260 seeing details

Date: June 11 | Start time: 9 p.m. ET
Place: Mohegan Sun Arena– Uncasville, Connecticut
TELEVISION Channel: Showtime| Stream: Showtime app

Forecast

Douglas Lima vs. Yaroslav Amosov: Amosov had a hard time with Storley’s speed last battle and this being a five-round battle might play into the outcome. Lima is most likely going to have some rough areas in the battle as Amosov need to be seeking to attempt and put the battle on the ground to prevent Lima’s squashing leg kicks that established a lot of his striking video game. Lima’s ground video game gets a bit too ignored and he needs to have the ability to endure the minutes where the battle does strike the flooring and return to his feet where he can continue to press the action and use Amosov down. It’s going to take an exceptionally excellent efficiency from Amosov to manage the whole battle and it’s difficult to see him having the ability to do so versus somebody as crafty and experienced as Lima. Choose: Douglas Lima through TKO4

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