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Bellator MMA was slated to make history this Saturday night with their inaugural pay-per view event. Garrett Grayson Falcons Jersey . But an injury to headliner Tito Ortiz has forced the California based promotion to offer this card free on TV. With three title fights and a number of UFC veterans littered throughout the card, this remains the biggest event in Bellators history. Once again Jordan Cieciwa (@FitCityJordan) and I (@LynchOnSports) go head to head in our picks for this weekends event. Last weekend my #TeamLynch beat out #TeamJC 7-4 and Im looking to carry that momentum in our first Bellator preview. Let us know which side youre on! Either hashtag #TeamLynch or #TeamJC on Twitter. Also feel free to leave your opinions in the comment section below. Michael Chandler vs. Eddie Alvarez (Lightweight Championship) James Lynch TSN.ca (@LynchOnSports) In one of the most anticipated rematches in MMA history, undefeated champion Chandler defends his title for the third time against former lightweight champ Alvarez. If you havent watched their first encounter, look up Bellator 58: Chandler vs. Alvarez on YouTube and youll witness one of the greatest fights in MMA history. When Chandler upset Alvarez in their first fight back in November 2011 to capture the title, he immediately became the promotions poster boy. The DREAM veteran Alvarez was pushed in the opposite direction and was told to re-enter an upcoming lightweight tournament in order to earn a rematch. Alvarez opted to compete in two super-fights instead (against Shinya Aoki and Patricky Freire) and emerged victories on both accounts. His plan was to wait until the conclusion of his contract and move on elsewhere. He had aspirations to fight in the UFC and instead of that storybook ending; he endured one of the worst legal contract battles in the sport. The 29-year old would be forced to sit out a year and in the end remained with the promotion. Thanks to a newly formed rematch clause, fans and pundits instead get to witness this epic encounter Saturday night.So who wins the fight? Despite Chandler getting the best of his foe at Bellator 58, the matchup as a whole was extremely competitive. Both fighters have knockout power and exceptional wrestling. The Alliance MMA fighter has the edge on the mat, but with 27-fights on his resume Alvarez has the clear advantage in experience. Since his win over the Blackzillians member, the 12-0 fighter has made leaps and bounds in his career. Hes finished all of his opponents since then, including lightweight tournament winner David Rickels and current welterweight finalist Rick Hawn. In addition, the former NCAA Division 1 Wrestler has the security with the promotion (signing a disclosed long-term contract) and has been more active fighting. All these factors dont bode well for Alvarez, especially with the long layoff. Expect the company man Chandler to come out with the same intensity in their first fight and land the better power shots. Hell catch the durable Alvarez sometime in the third round and slip in the submission for his 13th career victory. Chandler via third round submission Jordan Cieciwa – TSN 1290 Host This promises to be one of the best fights on paper in any fight organization this year. The UFC got lucky that Sanchez vs. Melendez was an epic battle; this rematch looks to be something special. If you have not been following these two competitors you have been missing something. Alvarez vs. Chandler in Bellator 58 was one of those fights that needs to be watched to be believed. Both fighters have the talent to go to the top of their division in any league. Alvarez has proved his talent with wins over Shinya Aoki (Watch his career highlights) and Patricky Freire. Both wins were first round KOs. At 9-1 in his last 10 fights (Chandler was the loss) Alvarez has finished eight of those fights. Thats impressive. At 24-3, its no wonder the UFC wanted him. That legal battle left Alvarez hungry and he better be for this fight. Across the cage is the man who took his title. Chandler has competed in half the fights, but at 12-0 is no rookie. Chandler has finished his last four fights. The last time these two met, Chandler sunk in a rear naked choke in the championship rounds. Now, I see redemption on the horizon for Alvarez. With no competition he has been in the gym with the Blackzillians, perfecting his technique. It has been almost exactly one year since Alvarez had a fight. I expect him to be healthy, and razor sharp. Alvarez via fourth round KO Pat Curran vs. Daniel Straus (Featherweight Championship) Lynch 26-year old featherweight champion Curran faces off with Season 6 tournament winner Strauss as part of three rematches on this main card. Their first encounter came back in 2009 for the XFO promotion, where Curran won via knockout in the second round. Both fighters have evolved their games since then and currently between the two of them, ride an 11-fight unbeaten streak. The Team Curran fighter has looked spectacular since dropping back to featherweight in 2011 and has dispatched the likes of Marlon Sandro, Joe Warren and Patricio Freire. Looking for his seventh straight win, “Paddy Mike” is in for a competitive matchup against the Team Vision product Straus. The 29-year old has had quite the battle both inside and outside of the cage, with injuries and legal trouble back in March which has delayed this fight from happening. Now ready and with the opportunity to compete on the promotions biggest event to date, Straus hopes his wrestling will be enough to outpoint the current champ. Physically both fighters are similar with Curran having a slight height and reach advantage. Both have over 20-fights on their resume, but Curran has a win over Patricio Freire, a man who handed Straus his last loss. While no doubt the Ohio native is durable, Curran is better in every aspect of this fight. Should the 2011 featherweight summer series winner stick to his game plan, this is his fight to lose. Expect Curran to overwhelm Straus as the fight goes on, and catch him late in the fight, for his 20th career victory. Curran via fourth round knockout JC If you listen to the "Weigh In" on TSN 1290 where Lynch and I sound off with our friend and Co-Host Marvyn Timog, youll know about our respect for the very underrated Pat Curran. He has heavy hands and a ton of talent. Hes the champ for a reason; hes really good at fist fighting. Curran has strung together six wins, while Daniel Straus is on his own five fight win streak. This is a rematch as it was a loss for Straus back in 2009 for the XFO organization. That, coupled with some "out of the ring" legal issues, Im not sure we get to see Straus in the perfect head space for a fight with someone who has been getting better and better as time passes. Pat Curran has looked as sharp as ever in his last six fights. His hands are heavy, and his talent to hit the button is unquestioned. Win number 20 for Pat Curran will come with a booming KO. Watch this one; its going to be the fight your friends talk about. Curran via third round knockout Muhammad “King Mo” Lawal vs. Emanuel Newton (Interim Light Heavyweight Championship) Lynch Another heated rematch fills out the main card, this time in the light heavyweight division as former MFC champion Newton battles former Strikeforce champion Lawal. This past February at Bellator 90, we saw one of the biggest upsets in the promotions history Newton landed a first round, spinning back-fist knockout on Lawal to advance to the Season 8 tournament final. With “King Mo” winning this past summers light heavyweight tournament and current Bellator 205lb Attila Vegh apparently sidelined due to injury, this rematch was made possible. Since the loss, the always charismatic Lawal is on a two-fight win streak, finishing both Seth Petruzelli and Jacob Noe. If the 2007 Pan American gold medalist wants to emerge victorious, hell need to neutralize the standup of the “Hardcore Kid” and not become over confident like he was in their first fight. For Newton, hell need to unload on his standup and try to turn this into a dogfight. A glaring difference between these two fighters is experience, with Newton having 29-fights on his resume compared to Lawals 14. With whats at stake for the 32-year old, expect Lawal to play it safe and try to outwrestle his opponent on route to a unanimous decision victory. Lawal via unanimous decision JC I had the pleasure of watching King Mo train right after he was cleared from an ACL repair. That same ACL that had him sidelined for a long time, thanks to a subsequent infection. I got to see King Mo up at Reign MMA working with a ton of top talent. No doubt, he is a talented wrestler. The Kings striking is good, but its not great. Enter the Interim Champ, Emanuel Newton. He is much sharper in the standup world. Newton is still training with Reign MMA, and his sparring days are over at Kings MMA. Rafael Cordero turns out top prospects at Kings MMA, and thats exactly why Newton has the belt right now. The last go between these two had Newton landing a back fist for the KO. I dont think this one will end that fast, but I do expect the striking to be the factor in this that gets the win. I expect Newton to confuse Lawal, and stay on the outside and avoid takedowns. You have to beat the champion, if this goes to decision, it will stay with Newton Newton via unanimous decision. Joe Riggs vs. Mike Bronzoulis (Fight Master Final) Lynch In a matchup that was slated to take place back at Bellator 98 in September, Team Jackson fighter Riggs returns from injury to battle Team Couture fighter Bronzoulis. The 31-year old Riggs had a well-documented fall from grace, from fighting for the UFC welterweight title against Matt Hughes in 2005 to battling an opiate addiction which lead to him bouncing around from promotion to promotion. A win for the Strikeforce veteran on Saturday would not only earn him a spot in the upcoming welterweight tournament, but also resurgence in his career. Heading into this bout, “Diesel” is riding five-fight win streak and hopes to add “Fight Master Champion” to his resume. Meanwhile the former Legacy FC welterweight champion Bronzoulis looked dominant during his tenure on the Fight Master reality series, defeating Chris Lozano and Eric Bradley to earn his spot in the final. Riggs has a significant advantage in experience, with 54 fights in his career (compared to Bronzoulis 21) and has fought the likes of Matt Hughes, Nick Diaz, Chris Lytle and Phil Baroni. The 34-year old “Greek” has finished 12 of his 15 opponents, and will no doubt make this a competitive matchup. Because these fighters are on the biggest card in Bellator history and with Riggs having a vast amount of experience, this should be his fight to lose. Expect The MMA Lab fighter to play it smart throughout the three round affairs and earn a unanimous decision victory. Riggs via unanimous decision JC Who hasnt Joe Riggs fought? With 39 wins, this guy has seen it all. At 31 years-old, Riggs has a lot of time left on the clock. That clock has had some rough times on it. Riggs has lost a lot of key fights, had some personal problems and has seen time in almost every single organization out there. He is a fighter who needs to start winning again. As he takes to the cage, his opponent will be very ready. Mike Bronzoulis has put together two wins in a row, and is making his debut for Bellator. That means he is going to do everything he can to impress. Neither of these fighters possesses a distinct advantage in striking or wrestling. This may be one of those typical brawl matches, Riggs is known for mixing it up and putting on a good show. I think the fans are in for a great fight to start the night of Rematches up. Riggs via unanimous decision Mike Richman vs. Akop Stepanyan Lynch A pair of exciting featherweights clash to open up the main card as former Marine Richman battles Taekwondo black belt Stepanyan. Richman is coming off a hard fought loss to Frodo Khasbulaev at Bellator 95 in the Season 8 featherweight tournament final. Prior to the loss, “The Marine” was on a 6-1 run, including wins over Canadian Chris Horodecki and Alexandre Bezerra. Looking to earn his spot in the upcoming featherweight tournament, the 28-year old understands the importance of a win over his Russian- Armenian foe. The 27-year old Stepanyan also had a disappointing outing in his last fight, in an upset loss to Justin Wilcox at Bellator 99. Losing of three of his last four contests, should he not come out on top Saturday, hell likely be released from the promotion. Expect that to happen, with Richman using his superior standup and wrestling over the course of three rounds to earn the decision nod. Richman via unanimous decision JC As usual Im going against Lynch and picking Stepanyan to win the fight. He hasnt looked impressive since signing with Bellator, but that will change on Saturday as hes going to show the form that lead him to an impressive 12-3 record while he was competing in his native Russia. Richman was knocked out in his last fight and I expect that to happen again here. Stepanyan via second round knockout Undercard Picks: Lynch: Etim, Souza, Guymon, Halsey, Juarez, J.Smith, Luciano JC: Etim, Souza, Guymon, Halsey, Williams, J.Smith, Camacho Also be sure to tune into the “Weigh-In” on TSN Radio 1290 Winnipeg every Saturday as myself, Jordan and “Big Marv” Timog go toe to toe discussing the hottest topics in MMA. Garrett Grayson Jersey . The Brazilian international goalkeeper was beaten twice in the first 12 minutes of his Reds debut in a 3-1 preseason loss to Columbus Crew in Florida earlier this week. Brandon Fusco Jersey . Or how his team has defended Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. Or just about anything that has happened on the court in the first-round playoff series. Instead, Rivers and his players spent Saturday talking about how they would respond to an audio recording of a man identified as Clippers owner Donald Sterling telling his girlfriend not to bring black people to games. http://www.thefaclonsshoponline.com/Calvin-Ridley-Falcons-Jersey/ . Ozuna hit Reeds 2-2 pitch off the batters eye far above the 407-foot sign in straightaway centre. It was the fifth blown save in 25 tries for Reed (1-5) and the ninth home run the closer has allowed in 38 appearances. Nuno, acquired in the deal that sent Brandon McCarthy to the New York Yankees, gave up three hits, struck out a career-high seven and walked one in seven innings.(SportsNetwork.com) - No one likes Thursday night games, at least according to the Texans Arian Foster. Thursday Night Football is pretty annoying for players, Houstons star running back claimed. I dont know one player that likes it. I really dont know a fan that likes it, either. I think its just the leagues way to try to generate more revenue. Fosters not wrong. The Thursday night games are most definitely a money grab by a league which already has plenty of ducats stashed away, and the players certainly dont like the short week of preparation leading up to the contest. Meanwhile, the Nielsen ratings say the fans watch but they do so with a critics eye, mindful of the fact that the weekly game seems to spawn a lack of competition in a parity-driven league. So far, we are 5-for-5 with blowouts in Thursday night affairs in 2014 with an average score of 41-12. The advantage has skewed heavily toward the home team with the New York Giants being the lone visitor to solve the short-week dilemma in Week 4 against Washington. The fact that Big Blue was able to make the quick trek down the I-95 corridor to the Beltway probably played into its success, however. Perhaps Fosters more legitimate and stinging criticism pointed directly toward player safety and the apparent hypocrisy of staging one game just four days after another. (The NFL) emphasize(s) concussions when they start getting hit with lawsuits and then they care about the player safety but Thursday Night Football is putting every player on the football field in danger, Foster said. Nobody is ready to play physically after a Sunday game but you have to go out there and do it. There is one team, though, who has figured out how to do it better than most and might even like Thursday Night Football, at least a little bit -- the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts have excelled historically on short weeks, winning nine straight games on Thursday as they get ready to make the 1,015-mile trip to South Texas in Week 6. Normally the fact that its the Colts who will be uprooting and making the sojourn down to Space City should have the Texans pretty excited to welcome Houston-area native Andrew Luck back to the city for what will be an early- season bragging rights matchup between the two top clubs in the AFC South. The defending division champion Colts, who have rebounded from a slow 0-2 start with three consecutive wins, including last weekends 20-13 triumph over Baltimore, have been the exception to the Thursday night rules, however. Luck and the Colts will come in hot after getting fat over the past three weeks thanks to a fortuitous turn in their schedule with two lightly-regarded opponents -- Jacksonville and Tennessee -- followed by a home game against Baltimore. You can only play who is put in front of you and Indianapolis has handled its business, outscoring those three opponents by a combined 105-47 margin or by an average of 35-16. The Colts defense, which allowed 409.5 yards per game in the first two games of the season, has settled down and surrendered only 297.3 per game since. The Robert Mathis-less unit mustered just one sack and one turnover in the first two and then generated 11 sacks and nine takeaways during its three-game run with outside linebacker and Mathis caddie Bjoern Werner registering a career- high two sacks last weekend. The good thing about the Colts is that were very familiar with them, Texans tackle Duane Brown said. Of course you have a different game plan than weve had in years past, but as far as the personnel and things like that we kind of know what to expect. What to expect, of course, starts with the real strength of the Colts and that lies in their QB, Luck, who pilots an offense that is second overall in the NFL with 439.6 yards per game and tops in passing offense (321.8 YPG). Luck himself leads the NFL with 1,617 passing yards and 14 touchdowns but the free thrower is also tops in interceptions with six. The impressive Houston defense, which leads the NFL with 12 takeaways, counters with All-World defensive lineman J.J. Watt, who has two sacks, three bat downs, an interception return for a TD, and an NFL- high 16 QB hits through five outings. Safeties Kendrick Lewis and D.J. Swearinger both have three forced fumbles, tied for the most in the NFL, and inside linebacker Brian Cushing leads an ornery unit coming off a tough overtime loss in Dallas with 45 tackles. No loss feels good, but, like I said, we have a quick turnaround, Texans coach Bill OBrien said. Weve got to get better, and weve got to get better fast because we havent played a division game yet and we have a very big division game coming up on Thursday night in front of our home fans. Home fans or not, whats past is prologue, meaning the Colts are usually the better prepared team on a short week and there is little reason to expect that will change this time around. Indianapolis is 11-1-1 overall on Thursday and has never lost on NFL Networks Thursday Night Football, posting a 7-0 record dating back to 2007 with six of those seven wins coming away from Indianapolis. You realize once the game starts, its football, said Luck. Theres no use complaining or whining about anything. Its what you do. WEEK 6 (All Times Eastern) Indianapolis (3-2) (-3) at Houston (3-2), Thursday, 8:30 p.m. - See above. Colts 24, Texans 17 New England (3-2) (-3) at Buffalo (3-2), Sunday, 1 p.m. - First place in the AFC East will be on the line in Western New York as the Bills will try to solve Tom Brady and build on Kyle Ortons debut with the team, a 30-of-43 performance with 308 yards and one TD at Detroit last weekend. Terry Pegula might own the Bills on paper now but Brady is their real master, having compiled a 22-2 career record against Buffalo. Brady passed for 292 yards and two TDs in an impressive win over Cincinnati in Week 5, becoming just the sixth QB in NFL history with 50,000 career passing yards (50,232). Patriots 17, Bills 16 Carolina (3-2) at Cincinnati (3-1) (-7), Sunday, 1 p.m. - The Bengals are coming off a disappointing loss at New England and have won 11 consecutive regular-season home games, making this a daunting spot for Carolina. Bengals QB Andy Dalton has thrown for 2,563 yards and 22 TDs with a passer rating of 97. Calvin Ridley Jersey. 7 over that 11-0 stretch. Panthers signal caller Cam Newton has won five of his past eight games against AFC foes and is the only NFL player with 50-plus passing TDs (69) and 20-or-more on the ground (28) since entering the league in 2011. Bengals 31, Panthers 23 Pittsburgh (3-2) at Cleveland (2-2) (-2), Sunday, 1 p.m. - Its time to exorcise some demons in Cleveland. The Steelers Ben Roethlisberger is 18-1 all-time as a starter versus the Browns, the best record of any NFL QB against one team since the 1970 merger. Cleveland, meanwhile, is fresh off the largest road comeback in NFL history against Tennessee last weekend and the underrated Brian Hoyer is now 5-2 in seven starts with the Browns. Steelers 21, Browns 20 Green Bay (3-2) (-3 1/2) at Miami (2-2), Sunday, 1 p.m. - Its easy to relax when your QB has thrown for seven TDs with no interceptions and a 147.0 passer rating in his last two games and thats exactly what the games best signal caller, Aaron Rodgers, has given Green Bay. The Dolphins had extra time to try to solve A-Rod after beating lowly Oakland in London during Week 4. Packers 28, Dolphins 23 Detroit (3-2) (-2) at Minnesota (2-3), Sunday, 1 p.m. - The Vikings figure to be far more competitive now that Christian Ponder will be back on the bench and rookie Teddy Bridgewater will return from a sprained ankle. Bridgewater passed for 317 yards and had a rushing TD in his career NFL start against Atlanta back in Week 4. The Lions have the NFLs top-ranked defense but are dealing with ankle injuries to both Calvin Johnson, who has 19 receptions for 315 yards (157.5 per game) and three TDs in his past two trips to Minnesota, and Reggie Bush. Vikings 23, Lions 20 Denver (3-1) (-8) at New York Jets (1-4), Sunday, 1 p.m. - The reeling Jets have a tall task this week in trying to stop Peyton Manning, who passed for a career-high 479 yards and four TDs in a win over Arizona in Week 5 as he joined Brett Favre (508) as only players with 500-or-more career TD passes (503). Manning also matched Dan Marino for the most 400-yard passing games in NFL history with 13. The embattled Geno Smith is scheduled to start ahead of Michael Vick for New York again but expect coach Rex Ryan to have a quick hook if things go south quickly. Broncos 34, Jets 13 Baltimore (3-2) (-3) at Tampa Bay (1-4), Sunday, 1 p.m. - The Bucs are expected to stick with Mike Glennon at quarterback and the second-year player has won all three of his starts against AFC foes to date. Pressing Glennon will be Ravens pass rusher Elvis Dumervil, who has 3 1/2 sacks in his past four games against NFC competition. Ravens 17, Buccaneers 16 Jacksonville (0-5) at Tennessee (1-4) (no line), Sunday, 1 p.m. - The oft- injured Jake Locker is dealing with a thumb problem and his status for Sunday is yet to be determined. With Locker on the sidelines, the Titans blew a 25- point lead against Cleveland in Week 5, the worst implosion by a home team in NFL lore. The Jags remain a work in progress as they continue to build around rookie Blake Bortles, who completed 29-of-37 passes for 254 yards in his first NFL road start at San Diego a few weeks ago. Titans 24, Jaguars 17 San Diego (4-1) (-7) at Oakland (0-4) , Sunday, 4:05 p.m. - Tony Sparano takes over in Oakland after an 0-4 start got Dennis Allen canned. Sparano, the ex- head coach in Miami, is facing a juggernaut here as the Chargers Philip Rivers leads the NFL in passing with a 116.3 rating and the San Diego defense is tops in the conference, allowing just 290.8 yards per game. Chargers 33, Raiders 14 Washington (1-4) at Arizona (3-1) (-8), Sunday, 4:25 p.m. - The Cardinals, who have won six of their past seven home games, are hoping to get QB Carson Palmer, who has been dealing with a nerve injury in his shoulder, back this week. The Redskins have lost four of five to start the season and are trying to build around signal caller Kirk Cousins, who has recorded a 100-plus passer rating in three of four games this season, and running back Alfred Morris, who is second in the NFL with 3,233 rushing yards since entering the league in 2012. Cardinals 27, Redskins 21 Chicago (2-3) at Atlanta (2-3) (-3), Sunday, 4:25 p.m. - Home is usually sweet for Atlanta as QB Matt Ryan is 38-10 as a starter in the Georgia Dome, including 2-0 this season, completing 52-of-67 passes for 734 yards with 6 TDs and no interceptions for a 142.2 passer rating in those games. The Bears are trying to halt a two-game skid behind Jay Cutler, who has his last two starts against the Falcons. Falcons 27, Bears 20 Dallas (4-1) at Seattle (3-1) (-8), Sunday, 4:25 p.m. - The Cowboys have won four straight games behind early MVP candidate DeMarco Murray, who leads the NFL with 670 rushing yards and five rushing touchdowns. Murray has joined Hall of Famers Jim Brown (1958) and O.J. Simpson (1973, 1975) as the only players in NFL history to rush for at least 100 yards in each of his teams first five games. The competition picks up for the Boys this week, though, as they visit the reigning Super Bowl champion Seahawks, who have won 19 of their past 20 games at home, outscoring opponents 584-273 in those games (15.6 points per game differential). Seahawks 31, Cowboys 17 New York Giants (3-2) at Philadelphia (4-1) (- 2 1/2), Sunday 8:30 p.m. - The Giants have bounced back from a dismal 0-2 start, winning three in a row and scoring 35 points per game over that stretch. The 4-1 Eagles have been doing it in a most unconventional way, scoring seven return touchdowns this season, tied with the 1920 Buffalo All-Americans for the most return touchdowns in the first five games of a season. Eagles 28, Giants 27 San Francisco (3-2) (-3) at St. Louis (1-3), Monday, 8:30 p.m. - After a 1-2 start, the 49ers have won consecutive games with veteran running back Frank Gore leading the way by posting consecutive games with 100-or-more rushing yards, including 107 yards against Kansas City in Week 5. The Rams nearly erased a 27-point deficit last weekend, scoring 21 unanswered points before falling short in Philadelphia as quarterback Austin Davis passed for 375 yards and three touchdowns, his second consecutive start with at least 300 yards and three touchdowns. 49ers 27, Rams 17 Cheap Diamondbacks Jerseys Cheap Braves Jerseys Cheap Orioles Jerseys Cheap Red Sox Jerseys Cheap Cubs Jerseys Cheap White Sox Jerseys Cheap Reds Jerseys Cheap Indians Jerseys Cheap Rockies Jerseys Cheap Tigers Jerseys Cheap Astros Jerseys Cheap Royals Jerseys Cheap Angels Jerseys Cheap Dodgers Jerseys Cheap Marlins Jerseys ' ' '

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