- 3 years ago
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Bellator Fighting Championships on Monday took another step towards bolstering its welterweight roster, as it signed former Maximum Fighting Championship titleholder Douglas Lima read news >>
- 3 years ago
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MFC champion Douglas Lima believes he's got what it takes to roll through Bellator's Season 5 Welterweight Tournament. “I have a title in (MFC), and now I’m coming to get the other title in Bellator.” Read More >> read news >>
- 3 years ago
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Maximum Fighting Championship 170-pound titleholder Douglas Lima has signed with Bellator Fighting Championships and joined its season-five welterweight tournament.
Officials today announced the deal.
The eight-man tournament kicks off this fall and airs on MTV2.
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- 3 years ago
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Former MFC welterweight champion Douglas Lima, who is considered one of the top prospects in the division, is likely to sign on with Bellator Fighting Championships and be a part of their upcoming 170lb tournament.
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Bellator MMA welterweight champion Douglas Lima has been forced out of his Bellator 134 co-main event bout against Paul Daley due to injury. As a result, Andre Santos will fill in against “Semtex” on short notice. read news >>
Bellator welterweight champion Douglas Lima announced Tuesday morning that he has been forced to withdraw from his scheduled Bellator 134 title defense against Paul Daley after suffering an injury in training. "I'm again devastated to announce but I did get injured again in camp," tweeted Lima. "Recovery is just 4-6 weeks, I should be able to fight April or May." The news marks yet another setback for Lima (26-5), a dangerous and well-regarded finisher who has been relegated to the sidelines sin read news >>
Bad news coming out of Bellator as welterweight champion Douglas Lima has withdrawn from his title fight against the hard-hitting Paul Daley. Fans who were looking forward to Bellator welterweight champion Douglas Lima make his first title defense on February 27th will have to wait a little bit longer. While Daley confirmed Lima was no longer in the Bellator 134 main event, Lima went to Twitter to explain the timetable for his return: I'm again devastated to announce but I did get injured again read news >>
Former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson is returning to the promotion’s famed octagon.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
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Welterweight champion Douglas Lima will finally return to the Bellator cage in February. Lima told MMAFighting.com that he was expecting to defend his 170-pound title against Paul Daley or Andrey Koreshkov. A week later, Bellator announced he will put his belt on the line against Daley, the British striker, at Bellator 133 on Feb. 27 at the Mohegan Sun in in Uncasville, Connecticut. "I’m the champion and I will fight whoever they put in front of me," Lima told MMAFighting.com. "Koreshkov is hurt read news >>
Former World Series of Fighting featherweight champion Georgi Karakhanyan has signed a new, multi-fight contract with Bellator MMA. read news >>
A former WSOF champion is headed back to Bellator. Georgi Karakhanyan, the former WSOF featherweight champion, has signed a multi-fight contract with Bellator, according to promotion officials. Karakhanyan returns to Bellator after most recently losing the WSOF 145-pound title to Rick Glenn in June. The details surrounding his next fight have yet to be determined. This marks Karakhanyan's second stint with Bellator. He had a record of 2-2 in the promotion in 2010-2011. "Bellator has one of the m read news >>
Douglas Lima has yet to defend his welterweight championship, and he expects to do it early next year. "The Phenom", who won the vacant 170-pound title with a second-round TKO victory over Rick Hawn in April, is currently dealing with small injuries and won’t be able to put his title on the line in 2014. "I think I will only fight again in January or February," Lima told MMAFighting.com. Lima, a two-time welterweight tournament winner in Bellator, is currently riding a five-fight winning streak, read news >>
Undefeated women's featherweight prospect Talita Nogueira has inked an exclusive deal to join the Bellator fold, promotion officials announced on Thursday. Nogueira (6-0), the 2013 Female Fighter of the Year at the Brazilian MMA Awards, was in discussions to join to the UFC in July but ultimately opted to sign with Bellator, bolstering the Viacom-led promotion's newfound commitment to women's MMA following moves to sign Marloes Coenen and Julia Budd under new president Scott Coker. "Joining Bell read news >>
It didn't take long for released Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez to sign with the UFC. In fact, it was mere hours before the man signed on the dotted line. After Bellator boss Scott Coker granted his release Tuesday morning, per Brett Okamoto of ESPN.com, Dana White and Co. signed the top-10 lightweight and immediately put him on the UFC 178 card. His opponent, Donald Cerrone, is a man charging toward the title picture in a fight that will likely draw great interest. Cerrone, a WEC a read news >>