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Bellator 228: Pitbull vs. Archuleta 2 live results updates, prelims stream, discussion

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Join us at Bloody Elbow today (September 28th) for live results updates and a free preliminary card stream of Bellator 228 from The Forum in Inglewood, California.

In the main event (which Bellator completely switched on us mid-week), Lyoto Machida rematches Gegard Mousasi in a middleweight bout. Five years ago, Machida won a five-round decision over Mousasi in a UFC Fight Night main event in Brazil. Now is the chance for Mousasi to get revenge.

Populating the rest of the main card is the conclusion of the opening round of the Bellator featherweight Grand Prix, capped off with Patricio “Pitbull” Freire defending his title against Juan Archuleta. The rest of the tournament includes A.J. McKee against Georgi Karakhanyan, Darrion Caldwell moving up to face Henry Corrales, and Daniel Weichel versus Saul Rogers. After these fights are over, the draw for the quarterfinals will be held live inside the arena.

The prelims will be streamed live here on Bloody Elbow, starting at 7:30 PM ET/4:30 PM PT. We’ll have the video player up when the prelims start. The show will then move over exclusively to DAZN at 10 PM ET/7 PM PT for the main card.

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Join us and let us know what you think of tonight’s fights. Also follow Nick Baldwin for on-site coverage of the card.

Main card (10 PM ET, DAZN)

Lyoto Machida vs. Gegard Mousasi

Patricio Freire vs. Juan Archuleta

A.J. McKee vs. Georgi Karakhanyan

Darrion Caldwell vs. Henry Corrales

Daniel Weichel vs. Saul Rogers

Preliminary card (7:30 PM ET, DAZN)

Jason Edwards vs. Adrian Najera

Jonathan Santa Maria vs. Benji Gomez

Osman Diaz vs. Andre Walker

Ian Butler vs. Emilio Williams

A.J. Agazarm vs. Jonathan Quiroz

Shannon Goughary vs. Ava Knight

Antonio McKee vs. William Sriyapai

Johnny Cisneros vs. Mike Jasper

Shawn Bunch vs. Leandro Higo

Weber Almeida vs. Castle Williams

Dominic Clark vs. Joshua Jones

James Barnes vs. David Duran

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