How to watch Bellator 299

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Fabian Edwards steps into the Bellator 299 arena, poised for a chance at achieving something extraordinary in the world of mixed martial arts. His upcoming battle against middleweight champion Johnny Eblen presents him with the opportunity to hold a prestigious world championship concurrently with his brother, UFC welterweight champion Leon Edwards. Click here and watch Bellator 199 live from anywhere.

Bellator’s latest event is set to take place this weekend, where Johnny Eblen defends his 185lbs title against Fabian Edwards in the main event at the iconic Dublin venue.Johnny Eblen, who once again shifted his nickname, this time to ‘Pressure’ (previously named ‘Diamond Hands’ and ‘The Human Cheat Code’), is coming to fight looking for a 13th straight win.

Eblen vs. Edwards live stream Bellator 299

Viewing information

  • Date: Sept. 23 | Start time: 4 p.m. ET (main card)
  • Location: 3 Arena– Dublin, Ireland
  • TV Channel: Showtime | Stream: Fitepass

Bellator 299 full fight Preview:

Eblen is undefeated since making his professional MMA debut in July 2017 (winning nine fights in the company). He will be defending his belt for the second time after beating Anatoly Tokov at Bellator 290 by unanimous decision in February.American is training with UFC middleweight champion Sean Strickland and Artem Levin and will be confident standing against the UFC Welterweight Champion’s brother. Moreover, a win for him will put Bellator in a difficult position to find a worthy challenger.Edwards meanwhile arrives in Dublin on the back of a three-fight winning streak, with his latest success coming at Bellator 296, where he beat Gegard Mousasi by unanimous decision.Meanwhile, Edwards arrives at the event on the back of a three-fight winning streak, winning last against former Bellator middleweight champion Gegard Mousasi by unanimous decision in the main event of Bellator 296 in May.It’s worth mentioning that his brother, UFC Welterweight Champion Leon Edwards, also holds gold, which means a win for ‘Assassin’ could mark the first time brothers have held gold, competing in top-tier promotions.In the co-main event, featherweight Aaron Pico will return and try to defeat company veteran Pedro Carvalho, who currently sits third in the division and will be looking to keep his rankings spot and become the next featherweight title challenger.Fortunately, there are several other exciting fights scheduled as well, including plenty of Irish fighters scheduled to fight on the card with the likes of Sinead Kavanagh, Brian Moore, Peter Queally, Ciaran Clarke, and several others.

Johnny Eblen Bio and Record

* Nationality: American
* Date of birth: December 13, 1991
* Height: 6′ 1″
* Reach: 74″
* Total fights: 13
* Record: 13-0-0

Fabian Edwards Bio and Record

* Nationality: British
* Date of birth: March 24, 1993
* Height: 6′ 1″
* Reach: 79.5″
* Total fights: 14
* Record: 12-2-0

Eblen vs. Edwards: Bellator 299 Fight Card

Main Card

* Johnny Eblen (13-0) vs. Fabian Edwards (12-2) – For Eblen’s Bellator middleweight title
* Aaron Pico (11-4) vs. Pedro Carvalho (13-7) – Featherweight
* Sinead Kavanagh (9-5) vs. Sara Collins (4-0) – Women’s featherweight
* Mads Burnell (17-5) vs. Daniel Weichel (42-14) – Featherweight
* Levan Chokheli vs. Sabah Homasi – Welterweight
* Sabah Homasi vs. Levan Chokheli – Welterweight

Preliminary Card

* Peter Queally (13-8-1) vs Daniele Miceli (10-5) – Welterweight
* Mansour Barnaoui (20-5) vs. Jay-Jay Wilson (9-1) – Lightweight:
* Grégory Babene (22-11, 1 NC) vs. Charlie Ward (10-6) – Middleweight
* Ciarán Clarke (7-0) vs. Przemysław Górny (5-3) – Catchweight
* Luca Poclit (9-1) vs. Roman Faraldo (8-1) – Welterweight
* Khasan Magomedsharipov (8-0) vs. Piotr Niedzielski (17-6) – Featherweight
* Darragh Kelly (3-0) vs. Jelle Zeegers (2-2) – Featherweight
* Brian Moore (16-9) vs. Otto Rodrigues (13-1) – Featherweight
* Davy Gallon (21-8-2, 1 NC) vs. Attila Korkmaz (13-7) – Lightweight
* Asaël Adjoudj (6-1) vs. Ibrahim Al-Faqih Hassan (4-1) – Featherweight
* Kenny Mokhonoana (5-0) vs. Josh O’Connor (4-0) – Featherweight
* Luke Trainer (7-1) vs. Laurynas Urbonavicius (14-1) – Light Heavyweight
* Nicolò Solli (4-1, 1 NC) vs. Romain Debienne (9-4) – Welterweight
* Sergey Bilostenniy (10-3) vs. Kasim Aras (7-2) – Heavyweight
* Mark Ewen (4-0) vs. Noah Gugnon (4-0) – Lightweight
* Chiara Penco (8-3) vs. Mackenzie Stiller (1-0) – Women’s Strawweight
In contrast, Eblen has showcased dominance throughout his mixed martial arts career. Entering Bellator with an impeccable 4-0 record, he went on to secure an impressive nine consecutive victories within the promotion. In June 2022, Eblen seized the middleweight championship with a commanding decision victory over Mousasi. He subsequently defended his title with another decisive win, this time against Anatoly Tokov.

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