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
Following tonight’s “Bellator 120: Rampage vs. King Mo” Pay-Per-View card, ProMMAnow.com will host a LIVE stream of the post-fight press conference. Tune in to hear from the night’s big winners and Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney talk about the promotion’s first foray into Pay-Per-View. Follow our LIVE results & play-by-play commentary of Bellator 120 from on … Read more
SOUTHAVEN, Miss. — ProMMAnow.com is on the scene at Landers Center for tonight’s Bellator 120 Pay-Per-View event. Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and King Mo will square off in the Light Heavyweight tournament final in the main event, while Michael Chandler and Will Brooks will battle for the Interim Lightweight title in the co-main event. Also, Tito … Read more
This Saturday Bellator will be having its first ever Pay-Per-View! Due to an Eddie Alvarez concussion, the main event is now Rampage vs King Mo and Chandler will be fighting Will Brooks for the Interim Lightweight Championship! Ricky Rainey vs Michael Page I am very excited to see Michael Page fighting for Bellator again! Page … Read more
All bouts are official with all fighters weighed in and ready to go for Saturday night’s Bellator 120 card featuring Quinton “Rampage” Jackson vs. King Mo Lawal in the main event. This will be Bellator’s long-awaited first foray into the Pay-Per-View market with the prelims airing on Spike.com and Spike TV. Things got heated between … Read more
Bellator 120 weigh-ins will take place today at 6 p.m. ET (5 p.m. CT – local time) from Landers Center in Southaven, Miss., just outside Memphis. ProMMAnow.com will provide a live stream of the proceedings. In the headliner, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and King Mo will finally settle their long-standing feud in the Light Heavyweight tournament … Read more
Well, it looks as though Bellator’s second attempt to hold it’s first PPV event could have gone up in smoke again. Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez has suffered a concussion in training, and will not be able to defend his title in the Bellator 120 PPV main event against arch rival Michael Chandler.
With the Bellator 120 fight card now set, the schedule for fight week has been completed. Bellator 120 will be held on Saturday, May 17thfrom The Landers Center, located just outside of Memphis. The night begins on Spike at 8:00 PM EST, transitioning to pay-per-view with five fights on pay-per-view.
We knew that that Alavarez vs. Chandler 3 was going to happen as part of Bellator’s first pay per view and we also expected Quinton Jackson vs. King Mo on the card but we got the date and time of the engagement today from Bellator. “Rampage” is back on pay per view and gets an added perk, he’s close to home.