Joe Warren (Sherdog.com)Bellator 128: What to Watch For RJ Gardner October 7, 2014 Bellator, Events, Spotlight On Friday, October 10, 2014 Bellator MMA heads to the Winstar World Casino in Thackerville, OK for Bellator 128. Bellator MMA: Season 11 has been an exciting one and the organization has a new feel since Scott Coker has taken the reigns as CEO. Outside of the pro wrestling scuffle between Tito Ortiz and Stephan Bonnar, the organization seems to be coming into its own and establishing itself as a true rival to the 800 pound gorilla that is the UFC. As always, Bellator has some great fights in store for the fans at Bellator 128 and there will be plenty of reasons for fight fans to tune in and watch live on Spike TV. Alexander Sarnavskiy Alexander Sarnavskiy is a talented Russian lightweight prospect with an incredible 30 pro fights under his belt. At just 25, Sanavskiy hasn’t even hit his prime yet and he is continually getting better. Bellator has done a great job in the development of their lighter weight classes and Sarnavskiy has the potential to be a future star for the organization. Michael Page England’s Michael Page is another talented up-and-comer for Bellator. Page is undefeated in his pro career and he has finished all six of his bouts in the first round. It’s Page’s unorthodox striking style that makes him a must watch fighter. Page’s approach to the striking game is just so different from what you generally see in MMA today. Eduardo Dantas vs. Joe Warren The bout every fight fan should be excited for is the Bellator bantamweight title unification bout between interim champion Joe Warren and champion Eduardo Dantas. This is also a very important bout for the Bellator bantamweight title itself because shortly after winning the title Dantas lost a fight via first round knockout in his native Brazil. This fight will return legitimacy to the Bellator title and it will establish the winner as one of the top bantamweight fighters in the world.