Bellator 155 will take place tonight at the CenturyLink Arena in Boise, Idaho and will be headlined by a title fight as Rafael Carvalho defends the middleweight title against Melvin Manhoef.

Along with the title fight, the main card on Spike will feature a key matchup in the featherweight division as former Bellator champion Pat Curran looks for his second straight victory when he meets Georgi Karakhanyan in the co-main event of the fight.

Check out a breakdown of the five fights that will be on the main card broadcast on Spike.

Rafael Carvalho (12-1) vs. Melvin Manhoef (30-12-1, 2NC)
Carvalho became the Bellator middleweight champion last year at Bellator 144 when he defeated former champion Brandon Halsey by knockout in the second round to claim the vacant title. He enters this fight riding a twelve fight winning streak and three of those wins have come in Bellator.

  • Tied with several fighters, including Manhoef for the 5th most TKO/KO wins in Bellator middleweight division history.
  • All of his stoppage wins (10) have come by TKO/KO.
  • His wins in Bellator have come against Halsey, Joe Schilling and Brian Rogers.

Manhoef made his Bellator debut in 2014 and has gone 2-1, 1NC in the promotion. Both of his wins in the promotion have come by knockout in the first round and those victories came against Doug Marshall and Hisaki Kato.

  • 28 of his 30 victories have come by TKO/KO.
  • He has gone 6-3, 2NC in his last eleven MMA fights.
  • Last five wins have come by TKO/KO in the first round.

Pat Curran (21-7) vs. Georgi Karakhanyan (24-5-1)
Curran returns to the Bellator cage for the first time since June of last year, which was a decision victory over Emmanuel Sanchez. The victory snapped a two fight losing streak and he is 2-3 in his last five fights.

  • Tied with multiple fighters for the most submissions in Bellator featherweight division history.
  • One of three fighters in Bellator history to win a fight via a Peruvian Neck-Tie submission.
  • His victory over Daniel Straus at Bellator 112 at the 4:46 mark of the fifth round is the latest stoppage in Bellator title fight history.
  • Currently tied for the 2nd most wins in Bellator history and tied with Marlon Sandro for the 3rd most wins in Bellator featherweight division history.
  • Most cage time in Bellator history (3:49:39).

Karakhanyan has gone 1-1 since returning to Bellator at the beginning of 2015 and he enters this fight following a decision lost to Daniel Weichel at Bellator 147. He is 10-2 in his last twelve fights and six of those wins have come by submission.

  • 14 career wins by submission.
  • Defeated Bubba Jenkins by technical submission at Bellator 132 in his return to the promotion.
  • Former Tachi Palace Fights and WSOF featherweight champion.

Dan Charles (10-3) vs. Augusto Sakai (9-0)
Charles is coming off a knockout victory at Bellator 143 against Chase Gormley and he is 3-1 in his last four fights. His only lost in his last four fights came at Bellator 138 last year against Bobby Lashley.

  • 6¬†wins by TKO/KO, 2 by submission.
  • After starting 7-0, he is 3-3 in his last six fights.
  • Six of his eight stoppage victories have come in the opening round.

This will be the fifth fight in Bellator for Sakai and he is coming off a decision win against Alex Huddleston at Bellator 145 in November. Three of his four victories in Bellator have come by stoppage and he has only gone the distance twice in his career.

  • Tied for the 4th most wins in Bellator heavyweight division history.
  • Tied for the 2nd most TKO/KO wins in Bellator heavyweight division history.
  • All of his stoppage wins have come by TKO/KO.

Marloes Coenen (23-6) vs. Alexis Dufresne (5-2)
Coenen signed with Bellator in 2014 and has won both of her fights in the promotion by submission. Her most recent win came in August at Bellator 141 as she defeated Arlene Blencowe by armbar in the second round.

  • 17 wins by submission.
  • 7-3 in her last ten fights.

Dufresne is making her Bellator debut and will be looking to snap a two fight losing streak. Both of those defeats came in the UFC and her last win came in February of 2014 against Kim Couture.

  • All of her wins have come in the opening round.
  • Holds victories in 39 and 45 seconds.

Joey Beltran (17-12) vs. Chase Gormley (12-5)
Beltran returns to the heavyweight division for the first time since 2012 and is coming off a victory against Lamont Stafford at C3 Fights in December. He has alternated wins and losses in his last five fights and he will be looking for back to back victories for the first time since 2010.

  • One of two fighters in Bellator history to win a fight via north-south choke.
  • 12 wins by TKO/KO.
  • His two submission wins have come by kimura and north-south choke.

Gormley signed with Bellator last year after winning the vacant Titan FC heavyweight title against Jon Madsen. He lost his Bellator debut against Charles and the defeat snapped a five fight winning streak.

  • 4 wins by TKO/KO, 2 by submission.
  • Undefeated when fight goes the distance (6-0).
  • After starting 6-0, he is 6-5, 1NC in his last twelve fights.

The current Bellator 155: Carvalho vs. Manhoef fight card is below.

Main Card: (Spike – 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT)
Rafael Carvalho (12-1) vs. Melvin Manhoef (30-12-1)
Pat Curran (21-7) vs. Georgi Karakhanyan (24-5-1)
Dan Charles (10-3) vs. Augusto Sakai (9-0)
Marloes Coenen (23-6) vs. Alexis Dufresne (5-2)
Joey Beltran (17-12) vs. Chase Gormley (12-5)

Preliminary Card: (Bellator.com – 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT)
Veta Arteaga (1-0) vs. Jackie Vandenburgh (0-1)
Scott Thometz (9-5) vs. Josh Tyler (7-3)
Sean Powers (9-5) vs. Will Noland (15-6)
Ricky Steele (5-0) vs. Erick Cronkhite (2-1)
Jesse Brock (21-8) vs. Olly Bradstreet (39-12)
Dave Jansen (20-3) vs. Marcin Held (21-4)
Brendon Raftery (4-2) vs. Casey Johnson (4-0)
Joe Hamilton (3-0) vs. Tyler Freeland (3-0)
Vince Morales (3-1) vs. Hamilton Ash (3-1)