Bellator 47 Comes to Casino Rama


Rama, ON (Tuesday, June 7, 2011) — Casino Rama and Orion Sports Management announced today that Bellator Fighting Championships will be traveling north of the border for the promotion’s first international event, debuting at Casino Rama on July 23rd in Rama, ON. Bellator 47, which will air LIVE on The Score & MTV2, will be brought to Canada by Orion Sports Management in conjunction with Casino Rama. Orion Sports Management is an Ontario based promotional company known for staging world-class sports events across Canada, and is headed by Allan Tremblay.

“Orion Sports is both proud and privileged to partner with Casino Rama to bring Bellator Fighting Championships to Canada,” stated Orion President, Allan Tremblay.

The event is set to feature Bellator Featherweight World Champion and self-proclaimed “Baddest Man on the Planet” Joe Warren in a Bellator Title fight against Season 4 Featherweight Tournament winner Patricio Pitbull, who punched his ticket into the Championship fight with a unanimous decision victory over Daniel Straus at Bellator 45.

“Our fans have been asking us to come to Canada since our very first season,” said Bellator Chairman & CEO Bjorn Rebney. “Casino Rama is an unbelievable venue and should make for a magical night of fights at Bellator 47.”

The night will also host the semifinals of the Bellator Featherweight Summer Series Tournament, with the winners moving onto the finals at Bellator 48 in August. The eight-man competition is shaping up to be one of Bellator’s deepest tournaments to date, with Sengoku veteran and Bellator 42 winner Ronnie Mann, Brazilian knockout artist Marlon Sandro, Argentine submission finisher Nazareno Malegarie and Bellator Season 2 Lightweight Tournament Winner Pat Curran all scheduled to compete.*

Casino Rama, opened in 1996, is Ontario’s only First Nations commercial casino, offering a complete entertainment experience with more than 2,500 slot machines, more than 110 table games, 10 unique restaurants and a world-class 5,000-seat Entertainment Centre.

“MMA is the hottest sport in Ontario right now and we’re thrilled to be able to partner with this world leader to bring Ontario fans their first taste of Bellator action,” said Jeff Craik, Vice President of Marketing, Casino Rama. “This is going to be one of the hottest tickets of the summer and fans can bet on seeing exactly this caliber of MMA events from Casino Rama several times a year.”

Tickets for Bellator 47 will be $50/$75/$125/$175 and exclusive advanced ticket purchase for Players Passport™ Club Members & Bellator Underground fans begins Sunday, June 12 at 10 am in-person only at the Casino Rama Box Office and Monday, June 13 at 12 noon in-person at the Box Office and online at or by calling toll free 1-877-599-RAMA (7262). Special code required for Monday’s advance purchase period. Tickets will go on-sale to the general public on Tuesday, June 14 at 12 noon and will be available in-person at the Casino Rama Box Office, at all TicketMaster locations, by calling toll free 1-877-599-RAMA (7262) and online at Ticket prices do not include applicable taxes or service charges.

6 Responses to “ Bellator 47 Comes to Casino Rama ”

  1. Jamie Locke says:


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  2. Bobby Karimi says:

    Jamie, you wanna bet on that fight?

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  3. Beware of Warren! He has Leonard Garcia-like Decision Victory powers.

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  4. Jamie Locke says:

    I’m still into you for $50 from our last bet BKB… Better wait until I pay up… Just waiting to get some E-Money in the old account and it’s yours… Than I may concider betting with you again…

    That last victory was BS! For Warren that is, not Bobby…lol

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  5. ryan farse says:

    crash and burn they won’t sell more than a 1000 tickets.

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  6. Jamie Locke says:

    I probably know 400 people buying tickets…. I imagine there are at least 600 more out there who would go to this show!

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