Josh Koscheck injured, out of Bellator 148 bout with Matt Secor Sherdog.com reports an accident to former UFC name challenger Josh Koscheck has delayed his Bellator introduction. Koscheck (17-10) was supposed to carry on Matt Secor (7-2) in Bellator 148 on Jan. 29th. The Ultimate Fighter Alum headed into this fight with four losses in a row. No word about what the injury was and there wasn’t any update on if Secor will stay on the card. Due to the economy, a welterweight matchup involving Andrew Uhrich and Paul Daley has been elevated to the most important event of Bellator 148. The occasion is going to be a rematch between Paul Bradley and Chris Honeycutt. Here’s a look at the upgraded card Paul Daley vs. Andy Uhrich Paul Bradley vs. Chris Honeycutt Anthony Avila vs. John Reedy Javy Ayala vs. Carl Seumanutafa Art Arciniega vs. Justin Smitle Emanuel Newton vs. Linton Vassell II completes Bellator 149 main card Per a Bellator press release, former light heavyweight champion Emanuel Newton will be confronting Linton Vassell in a rematch from their Bellator 130 encounter. Newton (25-9-1) was on a seven-fight win streak before suffering back to back losses to Liam McGeary and Phil Davis. Vassell (16-5) is coming off a decision loss to Muhammed»King Mo» Lawal from the semifinals of the»Dynamite» tournament. Bellator 149 takes place Feb. 19 at Toyota Center in Houston. Here’s an updated look in the card Royce Gracie vs. Ken Shamrock Kimbo Slice vs. Dhafir Harris Emanuel Newton vs. Linton Vassell Daniel Pineda vs. Emmanuel Sanchez Mike Bronzoulis vs. Melvin Guillard UFC 196 provides Misha Cirkunov vs. Alex Nicholson UFC officials declared Tuesday the Canadian Misha Cirkunov will be carrying on UFC newcomer Alex Nicholson at a light heavyweight affair. Cirkunov (10-2) comes into this fight on a five-fight winning series, such as his UFC debut in Saskatoon — at UFC Fight Night 74 last year August- where he scored a first round knockout over Daniel Jolly. Nicholson (6-1) has also won five straight bouts, together with all those wins coming from stoppage. UFC 196 takes place Feb. 6 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Here’s an updated look in the card. Fabricio Werdum (c) vs. Cain Velasquez — for heavyweight championship Johny Hendricks vs. Stephen Thompson Roy Nelson vs. Jared Rosholt Josh Burkman vs. K.J. Noons Mike Pyle vs. Sean Spencer Rafael Cavalcante vs. Ovince Saint Preux Noad Lahat vs. Diego Rivas Artem Lobov vs. Alex White Misha Cirkunov vs. Alex Nicholson Diego Sanchez moving back up to 155-pounds
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My next fight will be at 155 it had been a bit to much weight to reduce without iv’s 302
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Twitter Ads info and privacy This is being talked about by 175 folks Oluwale Bamgbose matches Daniel Sarafian at UFC Fight Night 82 UFC officials confirmed Wednesday that Sam Alvey is out with a broken jaw and today Oluwale Bamgbose will take on Daniel Sarafian at UFC Fight Night 82 Bamgbose (5-1) is coming off a reduction in his short-notice UFC debut this past August where he suffered a first round knockout at the hands of Uriah Hall at UFC Fight Night 73 in Nashville. Prior to that, he had won struggles. Sarafian (9-5) is coming off a TKO victory over Antonio dos Santos in Brazil which snapped his two battle losing streak. The Brazillian has not fought since December 2014. UFC Fight Night 82 occurs Feb. 21 at Consol Energy Center at Pittsburgh. Here’s an updated look in the card Cody Garbrandt vs. John Lineker Sarah Moras vs. Lauren Murphy Derek Brunson vs. Roan Carneiro Chris Camozzi vs. Joe Riggs Trevor Smith vs. Leonardo Augusto Guimaraes Shane Campbell vs. James Krausev Siyar Bahadurzada vs. Brandon Thatch Shamil Abdurakhimov vs. Anthony Hamilton Alex Garcia vs. Sean Strickland Oluwale Bamgbose vs. Daniel Sarafian
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