Bellator MMA returns exclusively to 10 Play

Bellator MMA

• The season kicks off with Bellator 273: Ryan Bader vs. Valentin Moldavsky

Bellator MMA is returning exclusively to 10 Play – live and free – in 2022. 

The season kicks off with Bellator 273: Ryan Bader vs. Valentin Moldavsky on Sunday, 30 January on 10 Play, broadcasting live from the Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona with the main-card starting at 2.00pm AEDT.

Bader (28-7) is the current 265-pound champion, and Moldavsky (11-1) is the interim heavyweight titleholder. 

The card’s co-main event will feature a showdown of top-10 lightweight contenders as Phoenix resident and number six-ranked Benson Henderson (28-11) hopes to thrill the hometown fans against number seven-ranked Islam Mamedov (20-1-1).

Following that is the Featherweight Bout: Henry Corrales (19-6) vs. Aiden Lee (10-5) and the Welterweight Bout: Sabah Homasi (15-10) vs. Jaleel Willis (15-3).

This year promises to be an eventful one for fans with exclusive Bellator MMA events on 10 Play, upcoming events include:

Bellator 274: Gracie vs. Storley on Sunday, 20 February

Bellator 275: Mousasi vs. Vanderford on Saturday, 26 February

Bellator London: Amosov vs. MVP on Saturday, 14 May

Fans can also watch past events on demand with 10 Play housing over 400 hours of epic Bellator MMA history-making fights, going back as far as 2014.

Also coming to 10 Play this year is the internationally acclaimed comedy series Would I Lie To You? based on the popular UK format that airs on the BBC.

The new show was announced at 10’s Upfront event in October with Chris Taylor, Chrissie Swan and Frank Woodley at the helm of the program.

From the far-fetched to the perfectly plausible, two teams try and hoodwink each other with hilarious tall and twisted tales – and it’s up to viewers to separate the truth from the fiction.

Each week a stellar line-up of celebrity and comedic guests will reveal amazing and bizarre stories about themselves. Some stories, believe it or not, are true.

Other stories, amazingly, are made up. The aim of the game is to fool the opposing team into mistaking fact for fiction and fiction for fact.

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