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Bellator 214 Live Stream: Watch Fedor vs. Bader Online


Bellator MMA returns on Saturday, January 26 with Bellator 214. The event will be headlined by the promotion’s heavyweight grand prix tournament final between Fedor Emelianenko and Bellator light heavyweight champion Ryan Bader.

The event takes place at The Forum in Inglewood, California.

Along with the tournament final between Fedor and Bader, Bellator 214 will feature the return of super prospect and former NCAA champion Aaron Pico. Jake Hager, better known as WWE star Jack Swagger, will also be appearing on the card.

Ahead of the event, all fighters had to step onto the

All of the information you need to watch tonight’s event can be seen below.

Bellator 214: Fight Time & Viewing Details

Event: Bellator 214: Fedor vs. Bader
Date: Saturday, January 26, 2019
Location: Inglewood, California
Venue: The Forum
Main Card Time: 9:00 P.M. EST
Broadcast: Bellator.com, DAZN

How To Watch Bellator 214 Online

Bellator 214 will begin this Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 9:00 P.M. and can be watched online via DAZN and Bellator.com. Here are your options in detail:


Preliminary bouts for UFC 214 will be available on Bellator.com.


DAZN will be streaming Bellator 214 as part of an action-packed weekend on the video streaming service. DAZN costs just $9.99 a month and overs over 100 fight nights a year. The platform offers fights from from Matchroom USA, Golden Boy Promotions, Bellator, World Boxing Super Series and Combate Americas; all live and on demand. If you are not currently a subscriber of DAZN, you can SIGN UP to start your subscription and get your first month free.

MMAStreams via Reddit

Your other option is to visit MMAStreams on Reddit to see if you can find a stream for this event.

Bellator 214 Fight Card

MAIN CARD (Paramount, DAZN, 9 p.m. ET)

  • Fedor Emelianenko (236.2) vs. Ryan Bader (227.8) – heavyweight grand prix final
  • Henry Corrales (145.7) vs. Aaron Pico (145.5)
  • Jake Hager (238) vs. J.W. Kiser (224.3)
  • Juan Archuleta (135.8) vs. Ricky Bandejas (135.9)
  • Adel Altamimi (144.9) vs. Brandon McMahan (144.7)


  • Tyler Beneke (144) vs. Jay Jay Wilson (146)
  • Osman Diaz (188.3) vs. Christopher Reyes (187.9) – 190-pound catchweight
  • Jorge Juarez (154.2) vs. David Pacheco (155.8)
  • Jesse Merrit (169.4) vs. Thor Skancke (168.4)
  • A.J. Agazarm (159.6) vs. Jesse Roberts (159.8) – 160-pound catchweight
  • Weber Almeida (136.8)* vs. Odan Chinchilla (135)
  • Sean Johnson (252) vs. Art Rivas (255.8)
  • James Barnes (135.7) vs. Ryan Lilley (35.8)
  • Ian Butler (169.3) vs. Craig Plaskett (170.9)
  • Steve Ramirez (134.9) vs. Desmond Torres (135.1)

* Almeida missed weight and will forfeit 10 percent of his show money to his opponent and 10 percent to the commission. Should he win, 20 percent of his win bonus will go to his opponent.

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