Bellator London

Mixed Martial Arts

Bellator London at The SSE Arena

🥋🥊 London returns to London with Michael ‘Venom’ Page and Giovanni Melillo headlining a stacked Wembley show.  Limited tickets are available.

The sixth Bellator European Series event of 2019 features Hackney-born Michael ‘Venom’ Page against  34-year-old Italian Giovanni Melillo in the main event after USA’s Derek Anderson was forced to withdraw through injury.

Page (15 wins v 1 loss) professes to be in the shape of his life and will start as favourite against Melillo who boasts a professional record of 13 wins and four losses

In a middleweight grudge match Fabian ‘The Assasin’ Edwards and Mike ‘Sea Bass’ Shipman finally get to front up to settle their differences.  The two highly-rated English middleweights have been rivals ever since they both signed for Bellator and came face-to-face for the first time in a tense stare-off in September where Shipman accussed Edwards of running his mouth.  Now the talking is over.

Joining Edwards and Shipman on the main card is a lightweight bout between Terry ‘The Dominator’ Brazier (11-2) and Denmark’s Søren ‘The True Viking’ Bak (13-1), who will be making his Bellator debut.

On the Bellator London preliminary card, London’s Charlie Leary (16-10-1) will face Birmingham’s Tim “The Experiment” Wilde (12-4) in a lightweight match-up.  Birmingham’s Aiden Lee (7-4) meets Poland’s Damian Frankiewicz (9-2) in a featherweight bout, while Scotland’s Robert “The Hammer” Whiteford (15-4) will be making his promotional debut for Bellator against Daniel Crawford (10-3).

🗝️ Doors open: 4pm.

⏱️ Show starts: 5pm.

🎟️ Tickets in advance for Bellator London are available via the ‘Get Tickets‘ link. 

🎟️ Tickets on the day subject to availability.  Checking the Bellator MMA Twitter feed before travelling is recommended.

🚊 🚗 Travel tips: The closest tube station to The SSE Arena is Wembley Park which is in Zone 4 and on the Metropolitan and Jubilee Lines.  It’s less than a 5//10 minute walk.  Upon exiting the station via the lift or stairs, pass under the tunnel onto Olympic Way.  When reaching Wembley Stadium (do not walk up the ramps) turn right.  Wembley Arena is situated across the road.  Car parking is also available.  See this venue guide for full travel options.

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