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Bellator 291 Fight Card: Amosov vs Storley 2

Bellator 291 fighter image of Yaroslav Amosov in Ukraine
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The Bellator 291 fight card Amosov vs Storley is ready to take place Saturday, February 25, 2023 live from the 3 Arena in Dublin, Ireland. The main event is for the welterweight world championship and kicks off at 11:00am cst on Showtime.

In the main event, Yaroslav Amosov (26-0-0) defends his title against Logan ‘Storm’ Storley (14-1-0) who is out to avenge his only loss. The two faced each other in November of 2020 where Amosov took the split-decision win. On this night, the championship will become undisputed.

On a side note, it’s very hard not to root for the Ukrainian champion, especially after watching the below, Bellator champion’s story video.

In the co-main event, Portuguese fighter out of Dublin, Ireland Pedro Carvalho (12-6-0) will meet Jeremy ‘Junior Bacon Cheeseburger’ Kennedy (18-3-0) in a featherweight bout. While JBC doesn’t appear to have consumed too many burgers in his past, he will likely be looking to get his third straight win, with a victory over Carvalho.

Below are the remaining Bellator matchups for this February 25th event, and the odds at the time of this posting.

Bellator 291 Fight Card

Main Card (airing on Showtime 9:00pm ET)

Yaroslav Amosov (26-0-0), (-165) vs Logan Storley (14-1-0), (+140) – welterweight world championship bout

Pedro Carvalho (12-6-0), (+175) vs Jeremy Kennedy (18-3-0), (-205) – featherweight co-main event

Peter Queally (13-7-1), (-150) vs Bryce Logan (12-7-0), (+130) – lightweight bout

Sinead Kavanagh (8-5-0), (-245) vs Janay Harding (6-7-0), (+205) – women’s featherweight bout

Ciaran Clarke (6-0-0), (-390) vs Loenadro Sinis (11-5-1), (+320) – 147.5 lbs contract weight fight

Prelims (airing on Showtime 5:55PM ET)

Richie Smullen (9-2-1), (+225) vs Piotr Niedzielski (17-4-0), (-265) – feathereight bout

Gokhan Saricam (8-1-0), (+160) vs Oleg Popov (14-1-0), (-190) – heavyweight bout

Khasan Magomedsharipov (7-0-0), (-1050) vs Rafael Hudson (5-4-0), (+700) – featherweight bout

Norbert Novenyi Jr (5-0-0), (-390) vs Andy Manzolo (22-8-0), (+320) – middleweight bout

Darragh Kelly (2-0-0), (-900) vs Dorval Jordan (2-2-0), (+625) – featherweight bout

Asael Adjoudj (4-1-0), (-135) vs Liam McCracken (3-0-0), (+115) – featherweight bout

Elina Kallionidou (9-4-0), (+115) vs Jena Bishop (4-0-0), (-135) – women’s flyweight bout

Kenny Mokhonoana (4-0-0), (-900) vs Craig McIntosh (4-3-0), (+625) – featherweight bout

Daniele Scatizzi (12-6-0), (-215) vs Dmytrii Hrytsenko (6-0-0), (+185) – welterweight bout

Karl Moore (10-2-0), (-140) vs Maciej Rozanski (14-3-0), (+120) – light heavyweight bout

Charlie Ward (10-5-0), (+180) vs Michael Shipman (14-4-0), (-210) – middleweight bout

Brian Moore (15-9-0), (-390) vs Luca Iovine (15-8-0), (+320) – bantamweight bout

Oliver Enkamp (11-3-0), () vs Luca Poclit (7-1-0), () – welterweight bout

That wraps it up for the Bellator 291 fight card. Be sure to tune in when the event goes live Saturday, February 25, 2023. This rematch could have the makings of a fight of the year. The first fight was highly entertaining and fans can’t wait to tune in for the sequel.

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