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Jessica Aguilar vs Rosie Sexton MMA

Jessica Aguilar vs Rosie Sexton MMA
Jessica Aguilar vs Rosie Sexton MMA

Jessica Aguilar vs Rosie Sexton MMA

Jessica Aguilar vs Rosie Sexton MMA The Bellator Fighting Championships will be holding its debut event April 3, 2009 at the Hard Rock Live in the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida. Not only will the event be featuring some of the best men’s Lightweights (Eddie Alvarez and Jorge Masvidal) but the card will also feature a highlight non-tournament female bout at 120; Jessica Aquilar vs. Rosie Sexton. Miami’s own Jessica Aguilar is an American Top Team fighter with a 5-2 record. Rosie Sexton, fighting out of the UK with a 9-1 record, was recently signed with Elite XC.

Jessica Aguilar vs Rosie Sexton MMA

The new Bellator Fighting Championships has signed a deal to air on ESPN Deportes showcasing fights in four weight divisions. Eight fighters in each of the four divisions will compete to win a maximum $175,000. Bjorn Rebney, founder and chief executive of Bellator (Latin for Warrior), said airing the series on ESPN Deports is intended to capitalize on “the Hispanic market’s amazing following in the fighting sports, it’s a hugely prolific market.”

The lineup for Bellator’s season three women’s flyweight tournament is now complete following the recent additions of top-10 125-pounders Jessica Aguilar and Aisling Daly.

Aguilar scored a first-round knockout of Catia Vitoria earlier this month to improve to 8-4, while the Irish Daly remained unbeaten with a win over previously undefeated Maiju Kujala in March to improve to 9-0.

Aguilar and Daly join Megumi Fujii, Rosi Sexton, Lisa Ward, Jessica Pene, Elena Reid, and Angela Magana in the tournament, which begins in August.

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Published on: Mar 27, 2009 @ 18:25

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