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X2: X-Men United (2003)
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Wrath of the Titans (2012)
9:00pm
Lip Sync Battle: Shaquille O'Neal vs. Aisha Tyler
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Lip Sync Battle: Mike Tyson vs. Terry Crews
10:00pm
Lip Sync Battle: TMI: Kevin Hart vs. Olivia Munn
10:30pm
Lip Sync Battle: Nina Dobrev vs. Tim Tebow
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11:30pm
Lip Sync Battle: Queen Latifah vs. Marlon Wayans
12:00am
Lip Sync Battle: Justin Bieber vs. Deion Sanders
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Lip Sync Battle: Josh Peck vs. Christina Milian
9:00am
Gangland: Root of All Evil
10:00am
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11:00am
Gangland: Hustle or Die
12:00pm
Gangland: Gangster City
1:00pm
Gangland: Clash of the Crips
2:00pm
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3:00pm
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Bellator MMA Bios

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  • Douglas Lima
  • Peter Graham
  • Eduardo Dantas
  • Cole Konrad
  • Michael Chandler
  • Luis Nogueira
  • Marcos Galvao
  • Alexander Shlemenko
  • Bryan Baker
  • Karl Amoussou
  • Rick Hawn
  • Marlon Sandro
  • Patricio Freire
  • Pat Curran
  • Ben Askren
  • Eric Prindle
  • Daniel Straus
Luis Nogueira

Luis Nogueira

Fighter

Luis Nogueira made his professional mixed martial arts debut in 2008, fighting 11 times in his native Brazil before making his Bellator debut in April 2011. The proud RFT product was victorious in his first Bellator fight, which earned him a spot in the season five bantamweight tournament. Though "Betao" was unsuccessful in his first tournament, he responded emphatically.

Nogueira fought just two weeks after his loss and won by submission in less than a minute. The impressive performance landed him in the season six 135 pound bracket. The Brazilian followed up an impressive win over previous tournament finalist Alexis Vila with a vicious third round knockout of Hiroshi Nakamura. The win earned Nogueira a spot in the finals. The Brazilian fell short in the tournament championship against Marcos Galvao.

Record: 15-3 (5 KOs, 3 subs)

Championships and Accolades:
Bellator Season Six Bantamweight Tournament Finalist