Almost two years ago, Michael Chandler and Eddie Alvarez produced an instant Bellator classic when Chandler upset Alvarez for the lightweight title. Now, at long last, Alvarez gets a shot to take the belt back. Chandler remains not only the lightweight champion, but unbeaten, including a 44-second KO of David Rickels in his last bout. Can Alvarez put the first blemish on Chandler’s record, while reclaiming the title that was once his? Tune in this Saturday at 9 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. CT on Spike TV to find out.
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