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By David Tees on 5/14/2014 1:33 PM

Bellator will be getting a second chance at making a first impression on pay-per-view this Saturday Night with Bellator 120. The card may have undergone a few changes in the last week, but this card will still be a card worth checking out. There are five quality fights on the preliminary card streaming on, with a UFC veteran in action.

Kicking off the action is a bantamweight division affair as Brian “The Law” Hall (5-2-0) competes against Cortez Phelia (0-0-0). Hall is currently undefeated in Bellator competition, having defeated Jay Black by TKO at Bellator 73. Phelia will be making his professional MMA debut in this fight, but he did go undefeated as an amateur. Phelia had a great run as an amateur, but he will be stumbling in his pro debut as Hall gets the win in this one.

A pair of welterweights will collide next as Anthony Lemon (2-3-0) does battle against Codie Shuffield (4-0-0). Lemon will enter the fight riding a three fight losing streak and he has not won a bout in just about two years. Shuffield will be making his Bellator debut in this fight and he is a veteran of the Midsouth MMA Championships promotion. Lemon has no business competing on the biggest Bellator event ever with that record and it will be Shuffield remaining undefeated in the end.

More welterweight division action is happening next as Ben Brewer (3-0-0) battles Andy Uhrich (8-4-0). Brewer will be making his promotional debut in this fight and none of his professional MMA bouts went to a decision. Uhrich has won one of two fights under the Bellator banner, with that lone win coming over Joe Williams at Bellator 73. Uhrich has a huge experience advantage when compared to Brewer and that experience will carry him to a win.

Up next is a heavyweight division attraction as Justin Frazier (6-1-0) takes on Mike “The Juggernaut” Wessel (13-7-0). Frazier is currently undefeated in Bellator competition, but this will be his first fight in almost two years. Wessel is a veteran of UFC competition, but he has only won two of five fights in the Bellator promotion. Wessel is the biggest “name” fighter competing on this portion of the preliminary card and he will live up to that “name” as he defeats Frazier.

Headlining this portion of the card is a featherweight division fight as Austin Lyons (10-3-0) faces Zach “Thunderwood” Underwood (12-5-0). Lyons is returning to Bellator after a three year absence, last defeating Jimmy Van Horn at Bellator 38. Underwood is also undefeated in Bellator competition, having defeated Chris Coggins at Bellator 73. This fight is a great way to cap off this part of the prelims and it will be Underwood notching the victory.

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