Bellator 97 took place Wednesday night at the Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, N.M., just outside of Albuquerque. It proved to be one of the biggest nights in the company's history.
Michael Chandler needed just 44 seconds to retain his lightweight title in the Bellator 97 main event, knocking out David Rickels at the Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, N.M.
By now you're probably well aware of the budding rivalry between Muhammed Lawal and Jacob Noe, who meet Wednesday in a "Summer Series" light-heavyweight tournament final at Bellator 97.
MMA's Great Debate returns to talk about the fallout from UFC on Fox 8 as well as welcome in Bellator welterweight champ Ben Askren and top light heavyweight contender Muhammed "King Mo" Law...
People can talk about his initial Bellator upset, his decision to take on pro wrestling in addition to MMA, but for King Mo Lawal, it's all about the belt, detractors be damned.
As a matter of fact, he's pondering another run at bantamweight if he gets past John Moraga.
Bellator light heavyweight Muhammed Lawal considers it fun to research fighters on BoxRec and Wikipedia in his spare time, and he believes Semmy Schilt might be the greatest all-around fight...
MMAjunkie.com Radio kicks off at noon ET (9 a.m. PT) with Bellator's Muhammed "King Mo" Lawal and publicist Jen Wenk.
King of the Cage champion Cody East has lofty goals to say the least. He wants to become the first fighter to hold four championship belts, all at the same time.
Bellator’s heavyweight and light heavyweight Summer Series tournaments will conclude on July 31, when Ryan Martinez faces Vitaly Minakov and Muhammed Lawal meets Jacob Noe at Bellator 97.