The last quarter-final of the Bellator Heavyweight Grand Prix takes place on Saturday night as Ryan Bader and Muhammed King Mo Lawal enter the cage at Bellator 199 in Sane Jose, California.
It has been an unpredictable tournament so far, with Chael Sonnen, Fedor Emelianenko and Matt Mitrione progressing into the semi-finals so far.
The winner of Bader and King Mo will meet Mittrione in the final four, whilst Sonnen and Fedor square off on the other side of the bracket.
The undercard features some decent fights, most notably Paul Daley taking on Jon Fitch, whilst Aaron Pico returns against Lee Morrison.
When is Bellator 199?
The event takes place on Saturday, 12 May at the SAP Center in San Jose, California.
The main card starts at 9pm ET, which is 2am UK time on Sunday, 13 May.
Is Bellator 199 on UK TV?
Unfortunately there is still no deal in place for Bellator events to be shown live in the UK, so we will not be able to watch Bader vs King Mo over here.
There is not even anything scheduled to show Bellator 199 on a delay, as there has been before on Spike UK.
What are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)
3/10 Bader vs Lawal 12/5
8/13 Fitch vs Daley 5/4
8/15 Kongo vs Ayala 6/4
4/11 Banks vs Piccolotti 2/1
1/6 Pico vs Morrison 4/1
Bellator 199 fight card
Ryan Bader vs. Muhammed Lawal
Jon Fitch vs. Paul Daley
Cheick Kongo vs. Javy Ayala
Adam Piccolotti vs. Carrington Bank
Aaron Pico vs. Lee Morrison
Preliminary card (Paramount Network.com)
James Terry vs. Danasabe Mohammed
Brandon Hester vs. Diego Herzog
Mark Climaco vs. Daniel Oseguera
Elias Anderson vs. Hyder Amil
Josh San Diego vs. Hohelin Hernandez
Dominic Sumner vs. Tom Oswald
Khai Wu vs. Cass Bell
Josh Paiva vs. Adam Antolin
Justin Tenedora vs. David Rivera-Cru
Ignacio Ortiz vs. Matt Aragoni
Ahmed White vs. Deron Winn
Janay Harding vs. Amber Leibrock
J.J. Okanovich vs. Hugo Lujan
Gaston Bolanos vs. Malcolm Hill