The worldwide leader for mixed martial arts and UFC news, MMA News, UFC Rumors, MMA Rankings, Interviews, Videos, UFC Results, and UFC Blog read news >>
With an extensive record of 81 kickboxing bouts, 15 boxing bouts and 17 MMA bouts, Marcos Rogerio “Pezao” de Lima entered “The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3” as a favorite in the heavyweight division. read news >>
- 9 months ago
- 63 views
Episode No. 81 of the Co-Main Event Podcast now is available for streaming and download.Filed under: News read news >>
INDIANAPOLIS – Former Bellator champion Lyman Good, Cage Warriors champ Cathal Pendred and former Cage Warriors titleholder Chris Fields were among more than 80 fighters who attended today's tryouts for "The Ultimate Fighter 19." read news >>
As Frank Mir prepares to welcome Josh Barnett back to the Octagon at UFC 164 on Saturday, check out his memorable welcoming of WWE superstar Brock Lesnar to the promotion at UFC 81. read news >>
The Bellator TV ratings for their two most recent events were nearly identical, but unfortunately a little on the low side. read news >>
The Season 7 lightweight tournament finals are set, as young leg lock phenom Marcin Held and seasoned grappler Dave Jansen scored crucial semifinal victories. read news >>
The UFC 154 preliminary card averaged 980,000 viewers during Saturday’s broadcast on the FX network, while Bellator 81 drew 149,000 observers the night prior on MTV2. read news >>
For the second straight week, Bellator ratings fell below the Season 7 average.
This past weekend's Bellator 81 event averaged 149,000 MTV2 viewers, MMAjunkie.com today confirmed with industry sources.
That's up slightly from the 148,000 viewers who turned in a week prior for Bellator 80.
read news >>
Most fighters who lose by split decision believe they won the fight, and Ricardo Tirloni is no exception.
Tirloni this past Friday dropped a split call to Dave Jansen at Bellator 81 in the semifinals of the promotion's Season 7 lightweight tournament.
His dream of winning a Bellator tournament and fighting for a title will have to wait, but he said walked away with the confidence that he won the fight - and will hope to build off that, despite a loss on his record.
read news >>
If you were wondering if Marlon Sandro was back, he answered for you quickly on Friday night.
Sandro this past May dropped his second straight featherweight tournament final, and there were questions of whether the 35-year-old Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt had enough left to compete at the championship levels.
Sandro tried to give his best answer to that when he put Dustin Neace to sleep at Bellator 81.
read news >>