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UFC and Bellator join forces

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The Ultimate Fighting Championship and Bellator Fighting Championships,the two major fight promotions in professional mixed martial arts, joined forces on Monday -- for nearly 3 hours -- while Bellator commentator Jimmy Smith was a guest on UFC color commentator Joe Rogan's podcast. Read More »

Interview: King Mo on Bellator debut, TNA wrestling, potential bout with Rampage, boxing vs. Kimbo Slice

"King Mo" Lawal (left) and his boxing coach Jeff Mayweather (right) talk with ProMMAnow.com reporter Daniel Theodore at Bellator 85 in Irvine, Calif.

ProMMAnow.com's Dan "The Wolfman" caught up King Mo Lawal and his boxing coach Jeff Mayweather last week at Bellator 85 in Irvine, Calif. Mo talked about his upcoming Bellator debut which takes place this Thursday on Spike TV. He also discussed his pro wrestling training for TNA Impact, which he calls "harder than MMA", and he and his boxing coach Jeff Mayweather shared their opinion on the idea of a boxing match between Mo and Kimbo Slice, and fighting Rampage Jackson in the Bellator cage. Read More »

Featherweight champ Pat Curran reflects on split decision win over ‘Pitbull’ at Bellator 85; ready for Straus ASAP *VIDEO*

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Featherweight champion Pat Curran (18-4) spoke with ProMMAnow.com's Daniel Theodore following his five-round split decision win over Patricio "Pitbull" Freire (17-2) Thursday night at Bellator 85 in Irvine, Calif. Curran discussed his thoughts on the close decision, his performance, Pitbull's strategy and how soon he would like to face Bellator's Season 6 tournament winner Daniel Straus in his next title defense. Read More »

Bellator 85: Pat Curran scrum and workout

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Following an open workout Tuesday, Bellator featherweight champ Pat Curran spoke with ProMMAnow.com and other media outlets about his upcoming title defense against Patricio "Pitbull" Freire at Bellator 85. Curran shared his opinion on how he feels he matches up with Pitbull, as well as his general game plan for the fight. He also talked about it being Pitbull's first five round fight and how that should prove to be an advantage for himself. Although Pitbull told us he would "kill" Curran should the fight go to the ground, Curran explained why he's not worried about playing the submission game with the BJJ black belt. Read More »

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