Paul Daley has a new opponent for his headlining bout at BAMMA 16. read news >>
Paul Daley’s last bout before returning to Bellator won’t be against Igor Fernandes.
Set to headline the BAMMA 16 card in Manchester on Sept. 13, Daley will now face Marinho Moreira da Rocha, as "Chatubinha" was forced to withdraw from the bout with a broken tibia. BAMMA officials confirmed the change to MMAFighting.com’s Ariel Helwani.
Daley (34-13-2), who recently signed a new contract with Bellator MMA, hasn’t fought since a brutal knockout victory over Romario Manoel da Silva at BAMMA 14. "S read news >>
Paul Daley is free to fight in the United States again.
According to Bellator president Scott Coker, Daley (34-13-2) has finally been granted a working visa from the US government to resume his Bellator MMA career. Visa issues knocked Daley out of a Bellator welterweight tournament in 2012. As a result, his last 10 MMA and kickboxing fights have taken place overseas.
While the popular British striker recently re-signed with Bellator, his next MMA fight will be for BAMMA on Sept. 13 against Igor read news >>
Coker wants it, "Semtex" does not, but what about Melvin? Scott Coker said he wanted to put on big fights, and this one could be a doozy.
Coker, the recently-appointed president of Bellator MMA, is eyeing a potential match-up between two of the heaviest hitters in the history of mixed martial arts (MMA), as he is looking to pit Paul Daley against Melvin Manhoef later this year.
They were both recently inked to multi-fight deals with the promotion, so why not let them bang it out inside the cage read news >>
Melvin Manhoef and Paul Daley are two of Bellator MMA’s newest signings. read news >>
If all goes well, two of Bellator's newest signed sluggers are going to square off against each other later this year.
Bellator president Scott Coker revealed on Monday's edition of The MMA Hour that if Paul Daley and Melvin Manhoef can get through their upcoming respective bouts unscathed, the promotion is eyeing a match-up between the two welterweights for late-2014.
"Paul, pending his September 12th fight in London, if he's okay, we're going to be fighting him in November here in America," Co read news >>
Paul Daley might get what he was hoping for.
The British welterweight announced his new deal with Bellator on Monday’s edition of The MMA Hour, saying he’s coming for the welterweight champion Douglas Lima.
"I think I'm going to get a tough first fight, beat that person, and then I think I'll be in a position to fight Douglas Lima," Daley told Ariel Helwani. "That's not contracted, that's not been discussed or anything. But the way I see it, coming back to Bellator, I think a big win over one of read news >>
Paul Daley stops by to talk about what's next for him. read news >>
The Scott Coker affect is in full effect.
"No" UFC? No problem.
After competing overseas for the last two years, Paul Daley will make his way back stateside later this year, as "Semtex" announced on "The MMA Hour" earlier today (July 21, 2014) that he has inked a deal with Bellator MMA.
And it's all thanks to newly-appointed president of the Viacom-owned mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion, Scott Coker; a guy Daley knows very well, having competed for him four times before during his time as head read news >>
Fans of "Semtex" and "No Mercy" can rejoice in news that they've been signed by Bellator.
As Bellator prepares for a new era under Scott Coker, a pair of new signings should whet the appetite of violence connoisseurs. Former UFC and Strikeforce welterweight Paul Daley is back in Bellator, while longtime kickboxing and MMA veteran Melvin Manhoef also joins the fold. Bellator President Coker had this to say about the signings in today's press release: "I've said it before and I'll say it again. We read news >>
Hard-hitting British welterweight Paul Daley has rejoined the ranks of Bellator MMA. read news >>