By Danny Segura | March 25, 2020 11:00 am A.J. McKee doesn’t think Bellator dual champion Patricio Freire will see his way to the final of the promotion’s current featherweight grand prix. The unbeaten featherweight contender sees upsets going down on the opposite side of the tournament bracket. “Pitbull,” who holds both the Bellator lightweight and featherweight titles, was supposed to fight Pedro Carvalho earlier this month at Bellator 241 in a quarterfinal bout, but the fight was postponed due to the outbreak of coronavirus in the U.S. Also on that same card, Daniel Weichel and Emmanuel Sanchez composed the second quarterfinal bout left in the tournament. The winner of the bout would be matched up against the winner of Freire-Carvalho. Although McKee (16-0 MMA, 16-0 BMMA) wants to get his hands on the current champ-champ, the 24-year-old doesn’t think that will happen in the tournament. “I’ve wanted to fight ‘Pitbull’ since my first fight in Bellator; I’ve been calling his name, (but) I actually don’t think it’s going to be him,” McKee told MMA Junkie. “I really don’t. So I dreamt that I fought Georgi Karakhanyan, and I didn’t know how the fight (would go). Obviously, now seeing how


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