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Bellator 276: Borics vs Burnell live fight, start time, TV, how to watch MMA

It’s a great featherweight headliner fight as we gear up for Bellator 276, with Adam Borics vs. Mads Burnell as the main event. Burnell comes into the fight having been 3-0 since joining Bellator and has racked up submission victories over the course of his career. However, Burnell has a big challenge with Hungarian fighter Adam Borics, who is 17-1 in his career. Saturday’s event will take place at Family Arena in St. Louis, Missouri. Fans can catch all the action on TV via Showtime or stream it via fuboTV, which offers a free trial.

How to watch Bellator 276: Borics vs. Burnell

Start time: Saturday’s event will kick off with prelims at 6:00 PM EST for fans in the US on YouTube. The main card will begin at 9 p.m. EST on Showtime. Ring walks for the main event are scheduled to begin around midnight.

TV channel: Saturday’s main card will air on television via Showtime. The preliminaries will be broadcast only via YouTube.

Live streaming options:fuboTV | YouTube | Showtime app – Fans with a Showtime subscription can watch the game with the Showtime app. Fans without a cable subscription can watch the fights without cable by signing up to fuboTV, which offers a free trial.

Fight card, full list of fights

Main Card (9 p.m. EST on Showtime | Stream: fuboTV)

  • Mads Burnell vs. Adam Borics; Lightweight
  • Phil Davis versus Julius Anglickas; Light heavyweights
  • John Salter vs. Johnny Eblen; Middleweights
  • Jay-Jay Wilson vs. Gadzhi Rabadanov; Lightweight

Prelims (6 p.m. EST on Youtube)

  • Alex Polizzi against Jose Augusto; Light heavyweights
  • Romero Cotton vs. Freddy Sandoval; Middleweights
  • Diana Avsaragova vs. Kyra Batara; Flyweights
  • Cody Law vs. James Adcock; Lightweight
  • Roman Faraldo vs. Kelvin Rayford; Welterweight
  • Jordan Howard versus Trevor Ward; Bantam-weight
  • Josh Weston vs. Josh Augustine; Lightweight

More MMA coverage via The Associated Press

Undefeated MMA fighter and two-time Olympic gold medalist Kayla Harrison returns to the PFL.

Harrison, a two-time million dollar prize winner in the Professional Fighters League Lightweight Championship, has signed a multi-year contract with the company she has lived with since 2018.

Harrison, 31, had been courted by MMA promotions Bellator and UFC, and the prospect of better fights against tougher competition prompted her to consider jumping ship. Harrison is 12-0 in his professional career, with his only fight outside of the PFL banner in 2020 when the promotion took a year off due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Harrison was considering a fight with Bellator’s Cris “Cyborg” Justino and hoped the fight would somehow go down in 2022.

“It’s been a long, bumpy ride and a rollercoaster ride to get here,” she said. “I’m happy with the PFL. I believe in the format, I believe in the business, I believe in what they are trying to do. They pay me a heck of a lot of money.

Harrison told The Associated Press that she received a contract offer from another MMA company and PFL matched the deal.

“I got an offer to go fight Cyborg and so that’s kind of what I was planning on doing,” she said.

She said it was a “timing” issue that didn’t fit the UFC.

Harrison said PFL president Donn Davis was “everything to make this fight happen and bring it here.”

Unlike most combat sports promotions, the PFL competes in a one-season format that includes playoffs and championship bouts. The PFL World Championship saw six fighters take home $6 million in prize money, and the league seemingly morphed into the No. 2 MMA promotion behind the UFC. The MMA league recently announced a multi-year deal and expanded platform with ESPN.

The PFL were also planning to launch their first pay-per-view this year – and a card headlined by Harrison is surely a big chunk of that draw.

Harrison’s first opponent of 2022 will be announced in the coming weeks, along with the entire PFL regular season schedule. PFL CEO Peter Murray also announced a Super Fight PPV division. Murray said the new PPV will be “where MMA’s star fighters will compete on the world stage against the best fighters in the sport.” He said Harrison would be part of the ‘Super Fight’ division

Harrison was a two-time Olympic gold medalist in judo. No American judoka – male or female – had won an Olympic gold medal before Harrison defeated Britain’s Gemma Gibbons in the women’s 78-kilogram-and-under division at the 2012 London Olympics. gold four years later at the Rio de Janeiro Games and made his MMA debut in 2018.

She finished seven opponents in the first round and only once did more than three rounds. Harrison will continue to fight at 155 pounds.

“I think we had a real opportunity to test my worth in the market,” she told the AP. “The value was much higher (than I thought). I never thought I would make so much money doing this. I never thought I would be where I am.

She is relieved to have a professional “stressful process” behind her.

“It was just a chaotic few months of getting offers, getting better offers, thinking we were good with the PFL, and then a last minute offer comes in,” she said. “I’m just excited to fight again.”