With the first season of Bellator MMA on Spike TV in the books, Sherdog.com recently spoke with Spike President Kevin Kay.
A bigger broadcast platform has brought bigger crowds to Bellator, according to the tournament-based promotion's chairman and CEO.
Bellator’s eighth-season finale drew 901,000 viewers for its Thursday-night broadcast on Spike TV, tying the promotion’s second-largest audience ever.
The Bellator Fighting Championships will make its Spike TV debut on Thursday, Jan. 10, as the promotion kicks off its eighth season with Bellator 85 from Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.J...
With MMA's big 2013 television-schedule shuffle rapidly approaching,
Bellator Fighting Championships has apparently played its first card.
confirmed with the New Jerse...
Bellator Fighting Championships on Friday announced the signing of former Strikeforce light heavyweight champion Renato “Babalu” Sobral, who will make his Bellator debut in 2013 as part of t...
Bellator MMA will open its Season 9 from Connecticut’s own Mohegan Sun Casino Saturday, September 7 live on Spike.
Bellator MMA on Thursday closed out its eighth season with a strong showing in the TV ratings.
Bellator’s eighth season is heading into the home stretch, and appears to have found its audience for its first run on Spike TV.
Bellator MMA is now four weeks into its eighth season – its first on Spike TV – and the TV ratings are holding steady.
Bellator Fighting Championships kicks off its seventh season this week. Officials are excited about the final 12-week run on MTV2, but they're also looking ahead to a move to the larger Spik...
The TV ratings for Bellator 64 on Friday night tied the Season 6 high for the promotion, drawing 175,000 viewers on MTV2, but the promotion is pinning its future on a move to Spike TV.
Did you miss this past week's Bellator 106 event? Or do you just want to catch one of the year's best fights one more time? Spike TV will replay the Eddie Alvarez-Michael Chandler "Fight of ...
After having his Bellator pay-per-view headlining bout with Tito Ortiz fall apart, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson will make his promotional debut against Joey Beltran on Nov. 15 at Bellator 108.
With its move from pay-per-view to Spike TV following the injury withdrawal of Tito Ortiz, Saturday's Bellator 106 card has gotten a small shakeup.