Bellator Hawaii weigh-in results: Championship bout made official

Beginning tonight, Bellator will deliver two nights of action packed shows from the NEAL S. Blaisdell Center in Honolulu, Hawaii.

On Friday, former title challenger Alejandra Lara faces off with top contender Juliana Velasquez in a high stakes flyweight showdown.

On Saturday, in the main event, Hawaii’s own Ilona-Lei Macfarlane will look to keep her perfect record intact and defend her flyweight strap when she faces a battle-tested veteran in Valerie Letourneau.

Before the cage door closes, the fighters weighed in to make their bouts official.

FRIDAY, 12/14. BELLATOR 212 ‘SALUTE THE TROOPS’ on PARAMOUNT. MAIN CARD, 10 PM EST.

Alejandra Lara (125.1) vs Juliana Velasquez (124.6)


SATURDAY, 12/15. BELLATOR 213 on DAZN. MAIN CARD, 10 PM EST

Ilima-Lei Macfarlane (125) vs Valerie Letourneau (124.4)

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3 comments

  1. I’m certain Bellator’s decision makers are hoping for more viewers than Bellator 210, 270,000 and Bellator 211, 207,000 an all time low on the Paramount Network for Bellator fot their Bellator 212 and Bellator 213 Hawaii shows. Bellator under Scott Coker is looking more and more like the sinking ship StrikeForce was looking at the end under Scott Coker. Bellator’s should be much better than what they are after 4 years under his leadership.

  2. Enough with the excuses. Bjorn Rebney, started Bellator and built it up and sold it and he only needed 6 years. And he was on a far less lower budget. It’s going on 5 years with Scott Coker in charge and it’s still with give him time. Low ratings and in five years zero profits. Although next year, apparently Bellator will show their first profit under Scott Coker, but only because of the DAZN contract, which is paying Bellator $33 million dollars per year for 5 years, but with a opt out after 3 years, I believe.

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