Paul Daley has returned to the Bellator fold. The British slugger announced his decision to ink a deal with his former home on Monday's edition of The MMA Hour.
Daley fought once under the Bellator banner in July 2012, knocking out Rudy Bears via first-round TKO. He was then selected in a fan vote to compete in the first ever Bellator match to be televised on Spike TV, however an injury ultimately forced his opponent, War Machine, out of the contest, and the bout was scrapped.
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The shift from Bjorn Rebney to Scott Coker running the show at Bellator MMA is quickly beginning to bear fruit, as the promotion has signed Paul Daley and Melvin Manhoef. more
At times, it can seem like even Karo Parisyan isn’t quite sure what to make of himself. more
Fight week, blog week! Dana White's video blog series is back for UFC 175: "Weidman vs. Machida," which takes place this weekend (Sat., July 5, 2014) at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Follow White, who is joined by Mike Tyson (what a DICK!) during a New York media appearance, before he departs for an all-Asia tour (Hong Kong, China, Japan) to handle some very important business (more details here and here). Michael Bisping vs. Cung Le, Stun Gun Kim (he's not thrilled) and much more
Leading up to his UFC Fight Night 44 bout with Niko Musoke, TUF 17 winner Kelvin Gastelum called nutritionist Mike Dolce's program "expensive."
But Gastelum missed weight by nearly two pounds, which caused the welterweight to forfeit 20 percent of his purse and may have cost him a $50,000 Performance of the Night bonus after his decision win.
"Dana White was going to give him a $50,000 bonus for performance of the night," Dolce said on Monday's edition of The MMA Hour. "But because he missed wei more
When one of Mike Dolce's most famous clients, Chael Sonnen, got busted a second time in less than a month for banned substances, MMA's most famous nutritionist had to separate business from friendship.
"As a friend, I support Chael, I love the guy, he's done amazing things," Dolce said on Monday's edition of The MMA Hour. "On a professional level, it is certainly disappointing."
On Saturday night, MMAFighting.com broke the news that Sonnen failed a second Nevada Athletic Commission drug test,jus more
Or as the online publication labeled it, "epic fail," after Goldy flopped on the popular rugby team. "Fueling the American stereotype of being completely ignorant about other countries, the US commentator announced, 'Here tonight in attendance, Jonah Lomu of the All Blacks, one of the greatest Australian Rules Football players of all time.' Jonah Lomu is, of course, not one of our greatest AFL players, but rather one of the world's greatest Rugby union players. You know, the sport that the All B more
LOS ANGELES - When asked about his opportunity to make history Saturday night, Lyoto Machida's reply, is, well, Machida-like.
If "The Dragon" defeats Chris Weidman and wins the UFC middleweight title in the main event of UFC 175 in Las Vegas, the former light heavyweight champion will become just the third fighter in the promotion's history to win belts in two different weight classes.
But Machida didn't become one of mixed martial arts' most unique and respected figures by getting ahead of hims more
During the recent UFC broadcast from New Zealand, Mike Goldberg botched Jonah Lomu's name and sport in a moment that Australian media have said fuels the American stereotype of ignorance toward other countries.
News Corp Australia staff writers appear a bit less than thrilled with Mike Goldberg after his work over the weekend calling the action from the UFC's trip to New Zealand.
Right on the front page of News.com.au is the headline "UFC commentator’s massive fail" with the sub-header of "AMERI more