On Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015, history will be made as Bellator MMA and Glory Kickboxing will join forces at the SAP Center in San Jose, Calif., for a three-tier hybrid show featuring a stunning mixture of high level MMA and world class kickboxing.

Titles will be on the line, a four-man one night tournament will take place and so much more. If you are a fan of combat sports, this is an event you will want to witness live. Best of all, it will be broadcast free on Spike.

The Bellator Debut of Josh Thompson

One of the most accomplished fighters in lightweight history former Strikefocre champion, Thompson will be making his Bellator debut against Mike Bronzoulis. At age 36, and with nearly 15 years of pro experience under his belt, Thompson will be looking for one last hurrah and a run at the Bellator lightweight title.

One Night Light Heavyweight MMA Tournament

What better way to decide a number one contender than to host a one-night, four-man light heavyweight tournament? Featuring former Bellator champion, Emanuel Newton, former NCAA Division I national champion, Phil Davis, former Strikeforce champion, Muhammed Lawal, and former title challenger, Linton Vassell Bellator’s one night tournament is stacked with elite talent.

In the semifinals, it will be Newton vs. Davis and Lawal vs. Vassell. The winners will meet in the finals in the co-main event of the evening.

Glory Light Heavyweight Champion Will Be Crowned

If you are a fan of elite kickboxing action, then buckle in for something special as Saulo Cavalari will battle Zack Mwekassa for the vacant Glory light heavyweight title. Having fought once before at Glory 18, there is a lot of motivation for both men heading into this bout. For Mwekassa, this is his shot at redemption as he was knocked out by Cavalari in the third round of their first meeting. Both of these men have brilliant technique and elite power; someone is going to sleep.

Bellator Light Heavyweight Title Up For Grabs

In the main event of the evening, newly crowned light heavyweight champion, Liam McGeary, will look to defend his title against living legend Tito Ortiz. Undefeated as a pro, McGeary has won all but one bout by way of stoppage. With a slick submission game and an aggressive striking attack, McGeary is going to look to destroy Ortiz and secure the biggest win of his young career. Ortiz on the other hand has nothing left to prove and is easily one of the greatest champions in MMA history. At 40, with a lot of wear and tear on his body, this is Ortiz’s chance to add an exclamation point to the end of his illustrious career.