Bellator 131: Tito vs. Bonnar pre-sale tickets currently on sale, available to public tomorrow

Bellator 131 will be taking place on November 15th from the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, California and tickets will go on sale to the public tomorrow.Bellator 131

The event will be headlined by a light heavyweight bout as Tito Ortiz meets Stephan Bonnar and Will Brooks faces Michael Chandler for the vacant lightweight title.

Tickets for Bellator 131: Tito vs. Bonnar can be purchased on and are priced at $30, $50, $75, $100, and $250.

Tickets go on sale to the public tomorrow at 12 p.m. PT and pre-sale tickets went on sale today, which can be purchase today by using the code, “Bellator.”

Ortiz (17-11-1) won his Bellator debut in May when he defeated middleweight champion Alexander Shlemenko in a light heavyweight bout. He will be looking for his first back to back victories since 2006 when he meets Bonnar and this fight is personal for Ortiz.

“This fight is as personal as it gets,” Ortiz said. “I don’t dislike many people but I can honestly say I hate Stephan Bonnar. I’m not just going to beat Bonnar, I’m going to torture him. This fight is for my fans and the MMA world. Stephan Bonnar is a phony and I’m going to show the world he isn’t on the same level of a fighter as I am. The Huntington Beach Bad Boy is back for this fight because #BitchBoy Bonnar is getting a bad beating from me.”

Bonnar (15-8) was recently signed by Bellator and this will be his first fight since coming out of retirement. He will be stepping into the cage for the first time since 2012 when he was defeated by Anderson Silva and tested positive for a banned substance following the event.

“It’s a great honor to fight a former world champion and a true legend of the sport like Tito, his skills and accomplishments cannot be denied,” Bonnar said. “Unfortunately, his character certainly can. This is a guy, Tito Ortiz, who’s screwed over everyone that has supported and helped him throughout his career, and I have no mercy for a selfish, self-absorbed guy like Tito. I’m not going in there just to hit him on the chin and be done. That’s not what this fight is about. He’s going to suffer, I’m going to savor every minute I have in there with him. I’m going to close his eyes, punish his body, then take a step back, so I can do it some more.”

Bellator will be announcing more fights for this fight card in the coming weeks.