10:00am
Cops O: The Fighting Kind
10:30am
Cops O: Odd Man Out
11:00am
Cops O: On the Dean's List
11:30am
Cops O: Fighting to Lose
12:00pm
Cops O: On the Fence
12:30pm
Campus PD: Blonde Admission
1:00pm
Cops O: Mother Knows Best
2:30pm
Campus PD: Dumpster Bust
4:00pm
Cops O: I'll Raise My Voice Right Back!
4:30pm
Cops O: Dog Treats and Delinquents
5:30pm
Campus PD: Big Band Party
7:00pm
Cops O: The Fighting Kind
8:00pm
Cops O: Odd Man Out
9:00pm
Cops O: On the Dean's List
10:00pm
Cops O: Fighting to Lose
11:00pm
Cops O: On the Fence
11:30pm
Cops O: Mother Knows Best
12:00am
Cops O: I'll Raise My Voice Right Back!
1:00am
Cops O: Dog Treats and Delinquents
3:00am
Campus PD: 2 Girls 1 Cop
3:30am
Campus PD: Strip Club Run
10:00am
I, Robot (2004)
12:30pm
X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)
3:00pm
Hellboy (2004)
6:00pm
Friends: The One Where Estelle Dies
6:30pm
Friends: The One With Rachel's Going Away Party
7:00pm
Friends: The Last One
8:00pm
I, Robot (2004)
10:30pm
Hellboy (2004)

Bellator MMA Bios

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

Marcos Galvao

Fighter

Marcos Galvao began his professional mixed martial arts career in 2003. The well traveled Brazilian has plenty of international experience, having fought in both Japan and his native Brazil. The Shooto and WEC veteran moved to the United States to train full time following a disappointing conclusion to his WEC career. The shift helped Galvao round out his overall mixed martial arts game and took his skills to a new level.

The jiu-jitsu black belt was impressive in his Bellator debut, an incredibly controversial decision loss to then featherweight champ Joe Warren. Following the shocking loss, Galvao rebounded with wins in three of his next four fights, the sole loss being yet another controversial decision. Galvao finished Luis Nogueira with a second round TKO at Bellator 73 in the Season 6 bantamweight tournament finals. He then fought former teammate Eduardo Dantas for his world title at Bellator 89, but was knocked out in the second round .

Record: 14-6 (3 KO)

Championships and Accolades:
Bellator Season Six Bantamweight Tournament Champion
Bellator Season Five Bantamweight Tournament Semifinalist