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Bellator 109 Loaded With A Title Fight, Two Tournament Finals & Matt Riddle Debuts

Season 9 of Bellator ends in a matter of weeks and the final card has been set. Bellator 109 features 12 fights with two tournament finals and a championship fight on the main card.

The lightweight tournament finals have Will Brooks vs. Alexander Sarnavskiy and the welterweight tournament finals have Rick Hawn vs. Ron Keslar. Each winner gets a future title shot.

Closing the show is Alexander Shlemenko looking for his second middleweight title defense opposite Doug Marshall. Former UFC fighters Matthew Riddle and Terry Etim will also make their Bellator debuts.

Bellator 109 is November 22 from the Sands Event Center in Bethlehem, PA. The main card airs live on Spike TV following prelims at

Below is the lineup.

MAIN CARD (Spike TV at 9 p.m. ET)

Alexander Shlemenko vs. Doug Marshall for the middleweight championship

Will Brooks vs. Alexander Sarnavskiy in the Season 9 lightweight tournament finals

Rick Hawn vs. Ron Keslar in the Season 9 welterweight tournament finals

Nathan Coy vs. Matt Riddle

Patrick Cenoble vs. Terry Etim


Lester Caslow vs. Jay Haas

Brett Glass vs. Brent Primus

Terrell Hobbs vs. Bubba Jenkins

Saul Almeida vs. Goiti Yamauchi

Keith Bell vs. Blagoi Ivanov

Andrew Osborne vs. Michael Page

Ahsan Abdullah vs. Mike Bannon