Brent Weedman vs Justin Baesman, War Machine vs Vaughn Anderson 170lb Tourney Fights Slated for Bellator 100

Brent Weedman

 

Brent Weedman

  • 21-8-1 MMA / 7-3 Bellator Record
  • Won 3 of Last 4 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Mariusz Zaromskis, Dan Hornbuckle, Thiago Michel Silva

Justin Baesman

 

Justin Baesman

  • 14-3 MMA / Bellator Debut
  • 4 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins:  Jamie Jara, Max Griffin, Daniel Roberts

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War Machine

 

War Machine

  • 13-4 MMA / 1-0 Bellator Record
  • 2 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Jared Rollins, Roger Huerta, Blas Avena

Vaughn Anderson

 

Vaughn Anderson 

  • 16-1-1 MMA / Bellator Debut
  • 9 FIght Win Streak
  • Notable Wins:

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Bellator 100

September 20th, 2013

Phoenix, Arizona

Grand Canyon University Arena

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Brent Weedman will compete in his fifth Bellator tournament this season. He advanced the furthest in season six, making the tournament finale as a lightweight, but lost a unanimous decision to Rick Hawn. Earlier this year, Weedman returned to the welterweight division, defeating Mariusz Zaromskis in the opening round, but was forced out of his semifinal match due to an injury.

Last month, Justin Baesman earned a split decision victory over former UFC fighter, Daniel Roberts at Nick Diaz’s War MMA inaugural show. He’s now won four straight fights, but three out of the four have come by split decisions. Other notable career victories for Baesman include decision victories over Jamie Jara and Max Griffin.

War Machine returned to fighting last month after serving a year in prison, defeating Blas Avena via first round TKO at Bellator 96. Previous to the jail time, War Machine earned the biggest win of his career in November of 2011, stopping UFC veteran Roger Huerta in the third round by TKO.

Thirty-five year old Canadian, Vaughn Anderson finally gets a shot in big leagues after spending his nearly ten-year career fighting in all parts of the globe. He’s 16-1-1 for his career, including a current nine-fight win streak dating back to November of 2009. Anderson’s most notable fight was against current top UFC contender, Dong Hyun Kim, fighting to a draw at Art of War 14 in China.

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