Bellator Fighting Championships' move from MTV2 to the higher-profile Spike TV is a foregone conclusion.
That's how a couple of industry executives recently characterized the situation to...
Viacom has acquired Bellator Fighting Championships, and Spike TV will begin airing the promotion's events in 2013.
That's the according to company executives who spoke to "USA Today."
Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney insists that his relationship with Spike TV is that of advisor, not a possible television partner.
Media giant Viacom owns Spike and MTV2, Bellator's current TV ...
A bigger broadcast platform has brought bigger crowds to Bellator, according to the tournament-based promotion's chairman and CEO.
With the first season of Bellator MMA on Spike TV in the books, Sherdog.com recently spoke with Spike President Kevin Kay.
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 penultimate event of Bellator’s eighth season averaged 713,000 viewers for its Thursday-night broadcast on Spike TV.
Bellator 92 attracted 741,000 viewers to Spike TV for its initial showing on Thursday night, according to an industry source.
Thursday night’s Bellator 91 broadcast on Spike TV averaged 901,000 viewers
Spike TV on Thursday launched the Bellator MMA app for iPhone and iPad, allowing you to become "the 4th Judge."