Before Montreal's Adonis Stevenson, one of the most powerful pound-for-pound punchers in the world, takes on Tommy "Kryptonite" Karpency; and Fast-rising 147-pound star Errol "The Truth" Spence Jr. returns to the ring to face veteran South African contender Chris van Heerden, join Spike as we break down these fighters' journey from training camp to the Premier Boxing Champions ring.
In the latest episode of In Focus, we take a closer look at how Tito Ortiz's passion for fishing helped set him on the right path and is preparing him for one of the fight's of his life. On September 19th as the main event for Dynamite 1, Tito enters the Bellator cage in search of the Light Heavyweight Belt. Dynamite 1 is live and free on Spike from the SAP Center in San Jose.
Back at #Bellator134, King Mo moved up to heavyweight to fight Cheick Kongo. Jimmy Smith details the risk of taking the fight.
E.S.’s garter belt tattoo looks like its falling off his human canvas’s leg, but he’s here to redeem himself and ink a success story. Will Michelle give him a second chance though?
Tim Lees’ human canvas with the unsightly hula girl tattoo is back after feeling disrespected. Can Tim gain back his trust and ink his human canvas with a phenomenal tattoo?
Dave’s odd placement of his anatomical heart tattoo and his overuse of black had the judges shaking their head, and in the end was sent home.
Matt’s nail-inking past gives him confidence while tattooing his canvases fingernails. Craig gets creative with the challenge.
The artists get cracking on their anatomical heart morph tattoos; Chris and Dave go head-to-head while Dave deal’s with the bad canvas Craig handed off to him.
Dave pulls himself up by the bootstraps and inks his anatomical heart morph tattoo the best way he can. Katie surprises the naysayers with her piece.