Bellator will be holding its first event outside of North American tomorrow in Italy as Bellator 153 will come from the Pala Alpitour in Turin, Italy and the event will be headlined by a lightweight bout as Patricky Pitbull meets Bellator newcomer Kevin Souza.

This event will air via tape delay tomorrow night at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Spike and along with the lightweight main event, the co-main event will see the Bellator debut of Italy’s own Alessio Sakara as he meets Bellator veteran Brian Rogers in a light heavyweight bout.

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

Patricky Pitbull (15-7) vs. Kevin Souza (15-4)
Pitbull is coming off a knockout win against Ryan Couture at Bellator 148 in January and he has alternated wins and losses in his last five fights. He will be looking for back to back victories for the first time since 2014 and this will be his third fight in four months.

  • Most TKO/KO wins in Bellator lightweight division history (6) and tied for 3rd most in Bellator history.
  • Tied with Eddie Alvarez for the 3rd most wins in Bellator lightweight division history (8).
  • Currently tied with Rick Hawn and Daniel Straus for the 3rd most fights in Bellator history (14).
  • His 50-second win over Kurt Pellegrino at Bellator 59 is the 9th fastest win in Bellator lightweight division history.

After going 3-1 in the UFC, Souza parted ways with the promotion and he took this fight against Pitbull on seven days notice. This will be his first fight since losing to Chas Skelly at UFC Fight Night 77 and that defeat snapped a ten fight winning streak.

  • 14 of his 16 wins have come by TKO/KO.
  • Won a UFC Fight Night bonus in two of his four fights in that promotion.
  • All of his defeats have come by submission, three by rear-naked choke.

Alessio Sakara (17-11, 1NC) vs. Brian Rogers (12-8)
Sakara enters Bellator after going unbeaten in his last two fights (1-0, 1NC) and is coming into this fight following a TKO win in September against Dib Akil at Final Fight Championship 19. The former UFC middleweight moved up to light heavyweight following his exit from that promotion and did a majority of his training camp for this fight at American Top Team in South Florida.

  • The victory over Akil snapped a five fight winless streak and was his first win since 2010 against James Irvin at UFC on Versus 1 (1,946 days).
  • 11 of his 17 wins have come by TKO/KO.
  • 7th shortest average fight time in UFC middleweight division history (5:35).

Rogers moved up to the light heavyweight division late last year and defeated Virgil Zwicker by arm-triangle choke submission at Bellator 147. The victory snapped a two fight losing streak and was his first win since Bellator 119 (5/9/14) against Adrian Miles.

  • Tied with multiple fighters for the 2nd most Bellator tournament competed in (4).
  • Tied with Doug Marshall, Bryan Baker and Brennan Ward for the 4th most TKO/KO wins in Bellator middleweight division history.
  • 11 of his 12 wins have come by stoppage (9 TKO/KO, 2 Submissions).

A.J. McKee (3-0) vs. Danilo Belluardo (5-3)
All of McKee’s fights have taken place in Bellator and he has won all of those fights by stoppage in the opening round. His most recent victory came in December as he defeated J.T. Donaldson by knockout at Bellator 147.

  • Average fight time is 2:23.
  • 2 of his 3 wins have come by knockout.
  • First fight to take place outside the state of California.

Belluardo is making his Bellator debut and is currently on a four fight winning streak. Three of his five wins have come by stoppage and his most recent win came in September at Final Fight Championship 19 against Geven Hubert.

  • All of his stoppage wins have come in the opening round.
  • Enters this fight following back to back decision victories.
  • Started his career 1-3.

Anastasia Yankova (2-0) vs. Anjela Pink (0-0)
The pro mixed martial arts debut of Yankova came in 2013 and both of her victories have come by submission. Her most recent fight came in October as she used an armbar to defeat Chommanee Sor Taehiran at Fight Nights.

  • Total fight time is her 2 fights is 7:57.
  • Won her pro debut by scarf hold armlock submission.

Pink is making her pro debut after having five amateur fights (1-4) and this will be her first fight since losing in November against Tanya Nijjar at Conquest of the Cage. Her only amateur win came back in 2014 as she defeated Becky Walters at Conquest of the Cage 18.

  • All of her defeats have come by stoppage in the 2nd Round.
  • 2 of her 4 defeats have come by submission.

Daniele Miceli (2-0) vs. Daniele Scatizzi (6-2)
Miceli made his pro debut last year and is coming off a decision win against Massimo Salvatore at Venator FC 2. This will be his first fight in December and his third fight in under thirteen months.

  • Nickname is “The Cyborg.”
  • Won his pro debut against Valerio Galosi by TKO (doctor stoppage).

Scatizzi enters this fight with back to back defeats after starting his career 6-0. Just like Miceli, he holds a victory over Salvatore and he enters this fight following a submission defeat against Alessandro Botti at Venator FC 2.

  • 5 of his 6 wins have come by stoppage (4 TKO/KO, 1 Submission).
  • In his 6 wins, 3 of those wins have come in the first round.

The current Bellator 152: Pitbull vs. Souza fight card is below.

Main Card (Spike – 10 p.m. ET/PT)
Patricky Pitbull (15-7) vs. Kevin Souza (15-4)
Alessio Sakara (17-11, 1NC) vs. Brian Rogers (12-8)
A.J. McKee (3-0) vs. Danilo Belluardo (5-3)
Anastasia Yankova (2-0) vs. Anjela Pink (0-0)
Daniele Miceli (2-0) vs. Daniele Scatizzi (6-2)