Bellator 274 Fun Card to Watch Beginning to End

Since the CBS Sports/Showtime Sports Deals always anticipating Bellator cards as Bellator continues to improve and take there promotion more serious.

Bellator 274 card is great one to watch beginning to end.

Gracie vs Storley

Main event fight is against two of the best grapplers in there specific sports, Logan Storley 4 time Division One All-American wrestler out of Minnesota. Neiman Gracie 4th generation Gracie, Winning medals in Jiu-Jitsu Championships.

Gracie vs Storley such a interesting fight to me as both fighters are at the top of there game.

Neiman Gracie defeating former Penn State Champion Ed Ruth, MMA Hall of Famer Jon Fitch and last win against Mark Lemminger.

Logan Storley vs Yaroslav Amosov is a fight I highly recommend to watch as it was a fast pace, Excellent sprawls, Both fighters kept going the entire time. Logan Storley was extremely impressive showed how far he came.

I’m going to give the win to Storley but grapplers dream fight for five rounds. Bellator Welterweight Title Contender Fight.

Davion Franklin vs Said Sowma

JacksonWink Scholarship student is making his 4th appearance with Bellator. Junior College wrestling background, High level athlete who could’ve played for a Big Ten football team if he wanted to but decided to become a Heavyweight Champion.

Franklin last win against Everett Cummings 15-0 Heavyweight while Franklin was a 3-0 fighter.

Said Sowma 8-2 record former Titan FC Heavyweight Champion back to back MMA wins against Ronny Markes and Vitaly Minakov. Confidence is booming for him as he’s a upcoming prospect out of American Top Team.

Franklin vs Sowma both are athletic Heavyweights for there size, Yes they’ll get tired but won’t be dead by second round. Bellator’s two best Heavyweight prospects going at it. Very interesting fight to watch.

Mandel Nallo vs Nick Browne

High level fight to watch both Lightweights are very good fighters in there weight class. Honestly a sneaky good fight to stay tuned to if you appreciate Mix Martial Arts at it’s purest. Don’t expect a war but two ferrets fighting each other. High paced fight.

Mandel Nallo trains out of Tristar Gym by the genius Firas Zahabi. Nallo best win was against JUCO Wrestler Carrington Banks, Nallo doing a great job on the ground with Jiu-Jitsu, Making Banks work for the takedowns in the first and second round. Leading to a jumping knee knockout.

Nick Browne LFA Lightweight Champion made his Bellator debut against Bobby Lee, Heel hook win. Impressive wins include Fury Fight Championship Lightweight Champion Trey Ogden, Troy Lamson.

Focuses on Jiu-Jitsu, Grappling, Putting weight on his opponents.

Nallo vs Browne will be a very interesting fight to watch.

Jaylon Bates

One of the next big stars for Bellator is a grappling killer such a young talent at 25 years old that he’s only getting started.

Aviv Gozali

Let the train ride keep going and allow Bates to get better with striking for he can become a more entertaining fighter, All-Around fighter talent.

Nickname is the King and yes that’s right. King of Israel MMA. His father Haim Gozali is a pioneer for MMA in Israel but Aviv can be the first MMA champion from there.

High level Jiu-Jitsu black belt all wins by first round submission wins!! Impressive streak to have. Opponent for Gozali is against Bobby King.

Jordan Newman

Division 3 All-American wrestler at Wisconsin-Whitewater. Newman dominating his opponents with wrestling, Dropping them on the surface. Using the cage.

His wrestling doesn’t bore you to sleep as he hunts for the finish.

Trains out of Roufusport MMA Academy. One of the next upcoming fighters to come out of there.

Justin Montalvo

4-0 record, New York prospect training out of Longo & Weidman MMA.

25 years old, Fighting on the prelims against Corey Samuels.

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