Bjorn Rebney, GSP announcement revealed

Kevin Draper from Deadspin revealed that the following domain names for an MMA athletes association are in place. The domains mmaathletesassociation.info, mmaathletesassociation.net, and mmaathletesassociation.org are all registered under Bjorn Rebney confirmed by ViewDNS.info. Why is this important? Several people including Rebney and the most high profile MMA fighter GSP have teased a game changing announcement today. For years … Read more

Rampage Jackson regrets leaving ‘the devil’ UFC

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson last set foot in the Octagon in January 2013 when he lost a unanimous decision to Glover Teixeira. It was his third straight loss in the UFC. After being submitted by Jon Jones, then wrestle-f*cked by Ryan Bader, and then the loss to Teixeira, Rampage had enough. … Read more

King Mo signs long-term contract extension with Bellator

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After losing a controversial decision to Rampage Jackson in May and cussing out then President Bjorn Rebney, it seemed King Mo (12-4, 1 NC) would rather be anywhere than back inside the Bellator cage. However, that’s all changed now that Rebney was given the axe, and Mo’s old boss from Strikeforce, Scott Coker, has taken … Read more

This is what Bellator should do with Rampage Jackson

Rampage Jackson is arguably the biggest draw in Bellator. He’s also one of the biggest malcontents in the history of MMA. A few weeks ago Jackson seemed to be unhappy that Bjorn Rebney was out and Scott Coker was now the guy running Bellator. Jackson tweeted over the weekend that he met with Coker and … Read more

Dana White talks Scott Coker running Bellator, Fighter Pay, Jon Jones, and more

UFC President Dana White appeared on the latest episode of “Inside MMA” that airs on AXS TV. White spoke with former UFC champion and MMA personality Bas Rutten on a variety of things: Scott Coker replacing Bjorn Rebney at Bellator MMA Wanderlei Silva and other fighters predicament with PED’s Jon Jones fighting Alexander Gustafsson Fighter … Read more

Hear From New Bellator MMA President Scott Coker On His First Day On The Job

Listen in on Wednesday’s Bellator MMA conference call with new President, Scott Coker. The former Strikeforce CEO and Founder took questions from the media for nearly half an hour on why this was the right move for him, how long he’d been in talks with Bellator and his vision for the future of the organization. … Read more

Scott Coker Named Bellator President: What It Means

Former Strikeforce Founder & CEO, Scott Coker, has been named President of Bellator MMA effective immediately. It was announced earlier today that Bjorn Rebney had been removed from his post and there were rumors of Coker filling the void — that rumor has now been confirmed. Coker will report directly to Spike TV President, Kevin … Read more

Bjorn Rebney and Tim Danaher part ways with Bellator

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In some rather shocking news Bellator’s Founder, Chairman & CEO, Bjorn Rebney, is no longer with the promotion. The news was announced by the Viacom-owned company today via press release. Along with Rebney, Tim Danaher, President & COO of Bellator, is also leaving. No exact reason is given for Rebney’s departure except he hinted at … Read more

Interview: King Mo on what really happened at Bellator 120

  Bellator 120, the company’s first pay-per-view event, may be in the past for many fight fans and viewers but the painful loss of that night is still very fresh for Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal. Lawal lost to fellow light heavyweight, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson in the main event and after the fight Lawal bluntly accused Bellator MMA … Read more

Monday Morning Quaterbacking With Dr. Rhadi Ferguson – Why Bellator 120 Was A Huge Success

Bjorn Rebney and Dr. Rhadi Ferguson

As I’m writing this, I am now 39-years-old and I would like to say that I am happy to report that I can most definitely ride a bicycle. I know, I know. You are absolutely amazed, but before you start showering me with roses and praise, let me tell you — it did not come … Read more