TUF 6 veteran War Machine announced via Twitter he is heading back to jail for a year. The recent Bellator signee now in all likelihood is out of the promotion’s welterweight tourney.
Bellator 60 is official for Hammond, Ind., for a March 9 Season 6 debut with a main event between featherweight champion Joe Warren and top contender Pat Curran.
The lightweight and welterweight tournament lineups for Bellator’s sixth season are nearly complete. Take a look at who will be competing starting this March.
If you submit a Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt who has never tapped before, you’re on the right track for Submission of the Year. Snap his arm? Uncle! You win, Frank Mir – you win.
Jon Jones went an amazing 4-0 in 2011 – including three wins in light heavyweight title fights. The youngest-ever champ in the UFC had arguably the most impressive single year in MMA history and is our Fighter of the Year.
WEC veteran Wagnney Fabiano looks to get back to his winning ways, as he joins Bellator for the promotion’s season six featherweight tournament.
Bellator’s Season 6 bantamweight tournament has added Japanese fighters Masakatsu Ueda and Hiroshi “Iron” Nakamura.
According to a report, Bellator Fighting Championships will move from Saturday shows to Friday nights in 2012 – going head-to-head with the UFC and “The Ultimate Fighter.”
The heavyweight main event ends in controversy, Kurt Pellegrino fights one last time and Eduardo Dantas earns a shot at Zack Makovsky at Bellator 59.