MMA ODDS AND ENDS FOR MONDAY: JOSH THOMSON OFF BELLATOR 154 DUE TO INJURY, BELLATOR PROSPECT JORDAN PARSONS IN A COMA

Undisclosed injury compels Josh Thomson off Bellator 154 fight with Michael Chandler Lightweight Josh Thomson has pulled out of his struggle with Michael Chandler because of an undisclosed injury in accordance with FloCombat.com. The two Thomson’s (22-8 ) and Chandler (14-3) are both coming off back-to-back wins. There is no word on which sort of injury Thomson had sustained. A replacement competitor for Chandler has not yet been announced. Bellator 154 happens May 14 in SAP Center in San Jose, Calif.. Roy Nelson vs., Derrick Lewis, Anthony Birchak vs. Dileno Lopes added to UFC Fight Night 90 The Las Vegas Review-Journal first reported that heavyweights Roy Nelson will square off against Derrick Lewis in the UFC Fight Night 90 Nelson (21-12) is coming off a decision victory over Jared Rosholt in UFC Fight Night 82 back in February. He’s currently 2-5 in his last seven fights. Lewis (15-4) heads to this matchup off a knockout victory over Gabriel Gonzaga back in UFC Fight Night 86 final month. In addition bantamweights Anthony Birchak and Dileno Lopes will battle in a bantamweight affair. UFC officials confirmed the news. Birchak (12-3) is the prior MFC bantamweight champion, and it has gone 1-2 in the UFC. He heads to this matchup off the very first weight loss loss of his profession, when he suffered a setback against Thomas Almeida. His lone UFC victory came against Joe Soto, where he knocked out the former Bellator winner in the first round at UFC Fight Night 68. Lopes (18-2) was a The Ultimate Fighter Brazil 4 finalist and competes for the first time since his loss to Reginaldo Vieira. UFC Fight Night 90 emanates in the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Here’s an updated look in the card. Rafael dos Anjos (24-7) vs. Eddie Alvarez (27-4) Roy Nelson (21-12) vs. Derrick Lewis (15-4, 1NC) Joe Duffy (14-2) vs. Mitch Clarke (11-3) Anthony Birchak (12-3) vs. Dileno Lopes (18-2) James Vick replaces Leo Santos and steps in to face Evan Dunham at UFC 199 Lightweight James Vick looks to maintain his momentum going because he takes on Evan Dunham at UFC 199. Vick (9-0) heads to this matchup off a decision win over Glaico Franca on April 23 in Las Vegas. He’s currently 5-0 in the UFC because losing to Michael Chiesa at the semifinals of TUF 15. Dunham (17-6) is coming off three-straight victories over Rodrigo Damm, Ross Pearson and Joe Lauzon. UFC 199 takes place at The Forum in Inglewood, California. Here is an updated look in the card. Luke Rockhold (c) (15-2) vs. Chris Weidman (13-1) — middleweight title Dominick Cruz (c) (21-1) vs. Urijah Faber (33-8) — bantamweight title Max Holloway (15-3) vs. Ricardo Lamas (16-4) Dan Henderson (31-14) vs. Hector Lombard (34-5-1, 2NC) Dustin Poirier (19-4) vs. Bobby Green (23-6) B.J. Penn (16-10-2) vs. Dennis Siver (22-11, 1NC) Brian Ortega (10-0, 1NC) vs. Clay Guida (32-16) Evan Dunham (17-6) vs. James Vick Jessica Penne (12-3) vs. Jessica Andrade (13-5) Sean Strickland (17-1) vs. Tom Breese (10-0) Jonathan Wilson (7-0) vs. Luiz Henrique da Silva (10-0) Kevin Casey (9-4, 2NC) vs. Elvis Mutapcic (15-4) Dong Hyun Kim (13-7-3) vs. Marco Polo Reyes (5-2) Bellator’s Jordan Parsons in a coma, has part of leg amputated after evident hit-and-run injury Heartbreaking news shook the MMA world on Sunday, as MMAFighting.com’s Dave Doyle reported that 12-2 Bellator prospect Jordan Parsons was involved in an alleged hit-and-run-accident. The 25-year old has been hit by a motor vehicle in Delray Beach, Florida on Sunday morning and needed to have the bottom half of the right leg amputated. He’s currently listed in critical condition at Delray Medical Center according to Blackzillians teammate Rashad Evans.
Bellator released a statement indicating Delray Beach police are searching for info from anyone who might have seen the accident. “Bellator has been informed of a terrible accident that occurred last night between featherweight fighter Jordan Parsons, who had been hit by an automobile at a shout incident,” the announcement read. “We are still in the process of uncovering details and with his family’s approval, hope to get an update on his medical state shortly. Our thoughts and prayers are with Jordan and his family as he recovers. The hit-and-run happened on Lindell Blvd. and South Federal Highway at Delray Beach, Florida. Anyone with information regarding this incident is requested to call the Delray Beach Police Department at -LRB-561-RRB-??243-7800.” Parsons (12-2) has been scheduled to combat Adam Piccolotti at Bellator 154 at San Jose on May 14. It’s likely Piccolotti won’t have a replacement competitor and the bout will probably be scrapped. I interviewed Parsons last week before his Bellator 154 matchup and he was excited about the move back up to lightweight. On behalf of myself and the rest of the MMAOddsBreaker.com group, I’d love to send my well wishes to Jordan, his family and his teammates throughout this challenging time.

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