Bellator 110 Post-Fight Presser Highlights Video

Better late than never fight fans! Check out the highlights from the Bellator 110 post-fight presser featuring all of the events notable combatants, including a comical verbal sparring match between Rampage Jackson and King Mo that nearly led to blows. Whether this beef is real or fabricated, it’s very entertaining. Enjoy! For more on the … Read more

Bellator 110 weigh-in results; Rampage 7 pounds heavier than M’Pumbu

The weigh-ins for Bellator 110 are in the books and all but one fighter was on-point. Light heavyweight headliner Quinton “Rampage” Jackson tipped the scale at 206 pounds, while his opponent, Christian M’Pumbu, weighed in at a very light 199.75 pounds.

Rampage Jackson: If Bellator wants me to fight two guys at one time, I’ll do it

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson was vocal about his displeasure with the UFC after leaving and traditionally hasn’t been the easiest guy to work with. However, it seems the former UFC light heavyweight champ is right at home in Bellator (at least for now) — so much so that he agreed to enter their tournament — and even fight two men at once if it came down to that.

Rampage vs M’Pumbu, King Mo vs Zayats at Bellator 110; full card finalized

What MMA fan doesn’t want to see Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and King Mo Lawal throw down? It’s the biggest fight Bellator could currently make and on Feb. 28, both Rampage and King Mo will move one step closer to making that fight a reality.

Bellator 110 adds featherweight tournament to card on February 28

The Toughest Tournament in Sports will debut the opening rounds of the Bellator Season 10 Featherweight Tournament from Connecticut’s Mohegan Sun on Friday, February 28th live on Spike TV. The night will also feature the Bellator Light Heavyweight Semifinals as MMA superstar Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and former champion Christian M’Pumbu clash while King Mo Lawal takes on Russian powerhouse Mikhail Zayats.

Bellator 103 results: ‘Pitbull’ and Wilcox advance to featherweight finals

The Bellator 103 event took place on Friday night at the Kansas Star Arena and aired live on Spike TV. The event was headlined by a the Season 9 Featherweight Tournament Semifinals Patricio Freire and Fabricio Guerreiro with Freire taking the unanimous decision to advance to the finals. Justin Wilcox used his wrestling to stifle Joe Taimanglo to win a unanimous decision, and David Rickels defeated J.J. Ambrose via third round TKO in front of his hometown crowd.

Bellator 103 – Rosa vs Zayats breakdown

During the main card of the Bellator 103 fight card in Kansas we are going to see a war between two of Bellator’s best Light Heavyweights when Aaron Rosa takes on Mikhail Zayats. Rosa has fought at the highest level of the sports in both Strikeforce and the UFC having taken victories in both. Zayats on the other hand was the Runner-Up to the Season 8 Light Heavyweight tournament only losing to Emmanuel Newton in his Bellator career. So without any further interruptions here is my breakdown for the match up.

Featherweight semifinals highlight Friday’s Bellator 103 event in Kansas

Bjorn Rebney and company are set to go this Friday at the Kansas Star Casino for Bellator 103. The featherweights get their turn at highlighting the card with two semifinal fights to cap off the event. Justin Wilcox (12-5) will face Joe Taimanglo (19-4) in one match up as Fabricio Guerreiro (18-1) takes on the always tough Patricio Pitbull (19-2).

Bellator MMA Results From Tampa, FL

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Tampa, FL (March 28, 2013) – The final results are in for Bellator MMA live from the USF Sundome in Tampa, Florida. The night showcased the Lightweight Tournament Final with David Rickels finishing Saad Awad via TKO in the second round. The event also featured the Light Heavyweight Tournament Final as Emanuel Newton defeated Mikhail … Read more

Bellator 94 LIVE results and play-by-play

Bellator 94 takes place this evening at the Sun Dome in Tampa, Fla. and features the Season 8 lightweight and light heavyweight tournament finals. Saad Awad and David Rickels will square off in the main event for $100,000 grand prize and a shot at Michael Chandler’s lightweight crown, while Mikhail Zayats and Emanuel Newton face off for $100,000 and a shot at light heavyweight champion Attila Vegh.