Dangerous pair of women's featherweight is back in the line once again. Because fans will see Cat Zingano and Pam Sorenson face to face once again in Bellator 282. Which is set to take place on June 24 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn.
The pair were originally set for Bellator 276 in March, but the contest ended when Zingano withdrew due to injury. Many expected Zingano (12-4) to be in the front line for a shot at Cris Cyborg, who instead faced Arlene Blencowe in Bellator 279 last month. If the "Alpha" cat wins in June, chances are the title fight will present itself.
This will be Zanzibar's third fight for Bellator since making her debut in 2020. She is now 2-0 up after leaving the UFC, winning the decision against Gabby Holloway and then submitting to Olivia Parker last year.
Sorenson (9-4) has split her first two Bellator outings. The 36-year-old won a separate decision against Roberta Samad in August 2021, then lost a unanimous decision against Arlene Blancowe in Bellator 271 last November.
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Bellator 282 is set to land at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut on June 24. The title of the card is from the middleweight title fight, as Gegard Mousasi is seen defending against Johnny Abelin.
the latest Bellator 282 lineup includes:
Bellator 282 Main Event:
Bellator 282 Main Card
Leandro Higo (21-5) vs. Danny Sabatello (12-1)
Magomed Magomedov (18-2) vs. Enrique Barzola (18-5-2)
Brennan Ward (15-6) vs. Kassius Kayne (12-7)
Bellator 282 ‘Prelims’ Card
Brent Primus (11-2) vs. Alexander Shabliy (21-3)
Cat Zingano (12-4) vs. Pam Sorenson (9-4)
Anatoly Tokov (30-2) vs. Muhammed Abdullah (11-5, 1 NC)
Sabah Homasi (16-10) vs. Maycon Mendonca (11-5)
Alejandra Lara (9-5) vs. Ilara Joanne (9-6)
Cody Law (6-0) vs. James Gonzalez (8-5)
Dan Moret (15-7) vs. Killys Mota (12-3)
Lucas Brennan (6-0) vs. Johnny Soto (4-2)
Fabio Aguiar (18-2) vs. Aaron Jeffery (11-3)
Mandel Nallo (8-2, 1 NC) vs. Bryce Logan (12-6)
Marcos Breno (14-2) vs. Richard Palencia (10-0)