Bellator welcomes fans back for Bellator 260 and Bellator 261 events

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Bellator is set to welcome back live audiences starting June 11.

Announced in a press release Wednesday morning, Bellator officials revealed that for Bellator 260 and Bellator 261, the promotion will provide a limited number of tickets as they ease their way back to a full-capacity crowd.

Bellator 260, headlined by a welterweight title fight between champion Douglas Lima and undefeated challenger Yaroslav Amosov on June 11, and Bellator 261, headlined by an interim heavyweight title fight between Timothy Johnson and Valentin Moldavsky on June 25, will take place at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn. The main cards will air on Showtime.

Tickets starting at $60 will be on sale Friday, May 21 for both Bellator 260 and Bellator 261 and will be available for purchase at Ticketmaster and

Bellator has partnered with Elevate Sports Ventures, an “innovative and resourceful sports and entertainment marketing firm,” to aid in their return of having fans back. Bellator 260 will mark the first time the promotion welcomes fans back since the COVID-19 outbreak in March 2020.

“We are very excited to be getting into business with Elevate,” Scott Coker said in the press release. “They bring a tremendous amount of knowledge and experience to the table with a proven track record of providing consistent results for top professional sports franchises, leagues and events. It feels like our family just got bigger, and I am confident that this new relationship will lead to the continued growth of the Bellator brand.”