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{{{Crackstreams}} Bellator 300 Nurmagomedov vs Primus LIVE Broadcast Free ON Tv 7 October 2023


Bellator 300 is back! Bellator is set for its biggest event later today. Bellator returns to San Diego, California, for the first time since 2014 for an action-packed night of action as three championships are up for grabs tonight at Pechanga Arena.


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One of the biggest Bellator events is scheduled for tonight in San Diego.


The main card will see four Bellator title fights take place with Usman Nurmagomedov and Brent Primus meeting in the main event for the lightweight title.


Nurmagamedov is undefeated and will look to extend that record against Primus who bounced back from a loss to beat Mansour Barnaoui at Bellator 296 in his last outing.


Here's everything you need to know ahead of Nurmagomedov vs. Primus.

Nurmagomedov vs. Primus fight date, start time tonight


Date: Saturday, October 7

Time: 10 p.m. ET / 3 a.m. UK

Main event cagewalks (approx): 12 a.m. ET / 5 a.m. UK


The main card is set to get underway at 10 p.m. ET / 3 a.m. UK with the main event cagewalks scheduled for 12 a.m. ET / 5 a.m. UK. These timings could change due to the length of the undercard fights.

What channel/stream is Nurmagomedov vs. Primus on tonight?


U.S.: Showtime

UK: BBC iPlayer


Showtime will broadcast the fight in the U.S., while fans in the UK can stream the event on BBC iPlayer.

Where is the Nurmagomedov vs. Primus fight tonight?


The fight will take place at the Pechanga Arena in San Diego, California.

Usman Nurmagomedov record and bio


Date of birth: April 17, 1998

Height: 5' 11"

Reach: 72"

Total fights: 17

Record: 17-0-0


Brent Primus record and bio


Nationality: American

Date of birth: April 12, 1985

Height: 5' 10"

Reach: 73"

Total fights: 15

Record: 12-3-0


Nurmagomedov vs. Primus fight card


Main Card


Usman Nurmagomedov vs. Brent Primus; For Nurmagomedov's Bellator lightweight title

Cris Cyborg vs. Cat Zingano; For Cyborg's Bellator women's featherweight title

Ryan Bader vs. Linton Vassell; For Bader's Bellator heavyweight title

Liz Carmouche vs. Ilima-Lei Macfarlene; For Carmouche's Bellator women's flyweight title


Prelims


Davion Franklin vs. Slim Trabelsi; Heavyweight

Henry Corrales vs. Kai Kamaka III; Featherweight

Sara McMann vs. Leah McCourt; Women's featherweight

Ilara Joanne vs. Jena Bishop; Women's flyweight

Bobby Seronio III vs. Alberto Garcia; Bantamweight

Grant Neal vs. Romero Cotton; Middleweight

Sergio Cossio vs. Jesse Roberts; Lightweight

Mukhamed Berkhamov vs. Herman Terrado; Catchweight (180lbs)

Dovletdzhan Yagshimuradov vs. Maciej Rozanski; Light heavyweight

Dmytrii Hrytsenko vs. Justin Montalvo; Catchweight (160lbs)

Bryce Meredith vs. Miguel Peimbert; Bantamweight

Lorrany Santos vs. Jackie Cataline; Women's featherweight

Josh Hokit vs. Spencer Smith; Heavyweight


Join us as we cover Bellator 300 tonight (October 7th), which is touching down from the Pechanga Arena in San Diego, California. This unique event will only have three bouts on the main card, but all-three of those matchups will be of the championship persuasion. Usman Nurmagomedov, Cris Cyborg, and Liz Carmouche will each be defending their respective titles. Nurmagomedov will look to hold off Brent Primus, Cyborg collides with Cat Zingano, and Carmouche will shoot a fair one with Ilima-Lei Macfarlane. The start time for this fight card is 4pm ET/1pm PT.


We should also mention that Bellator’s heavyweight champion, Ryan Bader, was supposed to be the fourth title fight of the night, but after his opponent pulled out, Bader claimed that Viacom refused to pay to have him rebooked. So three main card matches it is, meanwhile the prelims consists of 13 fights.


For the Bellator 300 main event, lightweight champion Nurmagomedov meeting former champ Primus is an intriguing matchup. Primus thrives on the ground, which aided him in his run to Bellator’s world title, but willfully grappling with Umar just feels like a bad idea. Brent could definitely pull of a submission, but Nurmagomedov just seems like a stylistic nightmare for him.


In the Bellator 300 co-main event, Cris Cyborg will defend her 145-pound crown against a surging Cat Zingano. Cyborg is, and has been, one of the most feared featherweights on the planet, but Zingano isn’t known for being afraid. I expect Cat to be game, but wouldn’t be surprised if she struggles with the pure horsepower that Cyborg brings to the table.


Last but not least, Liz Carmouche is searching for another title defense, this time by scrapping with a former champ in Ilima-Lei Macfarlane. Honestly, I feel like I have seen this fight before. I was sure this was a rematch, but no, these two have never faced off. With both of them being terrific grapplers, I’m curious to see where this fight takes place.


Undefeated lightweight champion Usman Nurmagomedov (17-0) takes on American Brent Primus (12-3), who is looking for his second win of 2023 after beating Mansour Barnaoui via unanimous decision back in mid-May. Women’s flyweight champion Liz Carmouche (19-7) goes for her seventh straight Bellator win when she faces Ilima-Lei Macfarlane (13-2), who has won two fights in a row by decision. Carmouche won the flyweight belt in 2022 beating Juliana Velasquez via TKO.


In the women’s featherweight title bout, Cris Cyborg (26-2) steps into the ring aiming for her fifth title defense having seen her last bout go to a judge's decision for just the fifth time in her storied career. Cyborg will take on veteran Cat Zingano (14-4), who is undefeated since joining Bellator back.


Initially, there were supposed to be four title bouts at this historical event, but heavyweight champion Ryan Bader lost to his opponent, Linton Vassel. Still, three title fights on one card excite the fans.

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