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Bloody Elbow is the place to be on Friday, April 21st for live results, preliminary card streaming, and full play-by-play of Bellator 178: Straus vs. Pitbull 4 from Uncasville, Connecticut.

Don’t Miss Bellator 178: Straus vs. Pitbull 4 – Live Friday, 9/8c on Spike

Bloody Elbow is your home for live results, streaming video (prelims) and detailed play-by-play of Bellator 178 in Uncasville, Connecticut. The Bellator featherweight championship is on the line in the main event, as champion Daniel Straus takes on Patricio Freire for a fourth time. Straus took the belt from Pitbull in 2015, also notching his first win over the Brazilian in three tries. This will be Straus’ first defense of his title.

The rest of the main card features women’s flyweight contender Ilima-Lei Macfarlane against Jessica Middleton, lightweight veteran Saad Awad against Ryan Quinn, and featherweight prospect A.J. McKee taking on fellow prospect Dominic Mazzotta.

You can watch the preliminary card tonight (Friday, April 21st) at 7 PM ET/4 PM PT in the live stream the top of the page. The main card itself begins live on Spike TV at 9 PM ET/PT. Check out Zane Simon, Victor Rodriguez, and Eddie Mercardo in The MMA Vivisection, as well as Eddie’s official fight card preview.

Main Card (Spike, 9 PM ET)

Bellator featherweight title: Daniel Straus (24-6) vs. Patricio Freire (25-4)

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Women’s flyweights: Ilima-Lei Macfarlane (5-0) vs. Jessica Middleton (2-0)

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Lightweights: Saad Awad (19-9) vs. Ryan Quinn (13-6)

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Featherweights: A.J. McKee (7-0) vs. Dominic Mazzotta (12-1)

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Preliminary Card (Online, 7 PM ET)

Thomas English (6-7) vs. Blair Tugman (9-6)
Jordan Young (6-0) vs. Tim Caron (6-0)
Ed Ruth (2-0) vs. David Mundell (6-2)
Tyrell Fortune (2-0) vs. Branko Busick (Debut)
Billy Giovanella (9-5) vs. Joshua Ricci (3-0)
Nick Alley (1-0) vs. Kastroit Xhema (Debut)
Don Shainis (1-1) vs. Max Kelleher (1-3)
Regivaldo Carvalho (3-2) vs. Jason Perrin (3-2)
Kemran Lachinov (2-2) vs. Sam Watford (2-1)
John Lopez (8-3) vs. Remo Cardarelli (6-5)
Chris Foster (10-5) vs. Shane Manley (3-2)


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