The Bellator 282 as both titleholder Gegard Mousasi and challenger Johnny Eblen will take place on June 24 at the Mohegan Sun Arena at 9 pm ET.
The first bout will see #4 ranked Magomed Magomedov (18-2) facing the winner of the wild card fight between Josh Hill and Enrique Barzola. The second pits #6 ranked Leandro Higo (21-5) opposite the Jornel Lugo vs. Danny Sabatello winner.
- Date: June 24, 2022
- Time: 9 pm ET
- Where: Uncasville, Connecticut, United States
- TV Channel: Showtime
Bellator 282 Mousasi vs Eblen Live TV Channel?
Bellator 282 can be streamed live on Showtime. To watch the event there, you will need to subscribe to Showtime. If you want to watch the prelims, you will have to watch it on Youtube. The official youtube channel of Bellator will show the prelims.
- Gegard Mousasi vs. Johnny Eblen for Mousasi’s Bellator middleweight title
- Leandro Higo vs. Danny Sabatello; Bantamweight
- Magomed Magomedov vs. Enrique Barzola; Bantamweight
- Brennan Ward vs. Kassius Kayne; Welterweight
- Brent Primus vs. Alexander Shabliy; Lightweight
- Cat Zingano vs. Pam Sorenson; Women’s featherweight
- Anatoly Tokov vs. Muhammad Abdullah; Middleweight
- Sabah Homasi vs. Maycon Mendonca; Welterweight
- Alejandra Lara vs. Ilara Joanne; Women’s flyweight
- Cody Law vs. James Gonzalez; Featherweight
- Dan Moret vs. Killys Mota; Lightweight
- Lucas Brennan vs. Johnny Soto; Featherweight
- Aaron Jeffery vs. Fabio Aguiar; Middleweight
- Bryce Logan vs. Mandel Nallo; Lightweight
- Marcus Breno vs. Richard Palencia; Bantamweig
Mousasi turned into an expert without precedent for 2003. A middleweight division champion in both Cage Warriors and DREAM. At the point when Mousasi joined Bellator in 2017, he had won his last five battles in the UFC, where he had never been allowed an opportunity to battle for a title.
Mousasi beat Rafael Carvalho in his second battle for Bellator, which was for the middleweight title. He has won every one of his last four battles.
Eblen made his ace presentation in 2017. Eblen used to battle for Shamrock FC. In 2019, he endorsed with Bellator. In March, Eblen beat John Salter to have a chance at the title. At that point, he had won seven straight battles for the association.