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Strikeforce officials are still floating around the idea of promoting ex-WWE star David Batista’s mixed martial arts debut. read news >>

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Ben Askren is taking shots at the UFC just hours after winning ONE FC gold, this time asking for his free title shot since Joe Soto is filling in for Renan Barao at UFC 177. Just a few hours ago Ben Askren was doing horrible, horrible things to Nobutatsu Suzuki, stopping him in the first round to claim ONE FC welterweight gold. He has now returned to his hobby of taking shots at the UFC. Following the news that Renan Barao had issues with his weight cut, apparently passing out during the process read news >>

  • 8 days ago
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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 >>

  • 9 days ago
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Scott Coker revealed last week that Bellator MMA was getting back into the business of women’s mixed martial arts. read news >>

  • 9 days ago
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Just days after Bellator President Scott Coker reinstated the women’s division Bellator has a new addition to the roster as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu ace Talita Nogueira has joined the promotion. read news >>

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The June appointment of Scott Coker as president of Bellator MMA left many wondering what was in store for the Viacom-owned mixed martial arts company. There was plenty of optimism. Coker brought years of experience behind the wheel of a mixed martial arts company. He came to Bellator saying the right things: He wasn't enthused about the tournament format. He believed the company was probably running too many events. He wanted to spend more time building up fighters and fights and creating stars read news >>

  • 10 days ago
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First thing's first, "Mayhem" has to be "okay" mentally before the Bellator president even thinks about adding him to his growing roster. Scott Coker knows all too well what kind of drama comes with bringing a guy like Jason Miller into the mix. In 2010, Miller was caught in the middle of a Stockton-style beatdown after he stepped into the Strikeforce cage to ask Jake Shields for a rematch during his post-fight victory speech. What ensued was an embarrassing and forgettable attack on Miller whic read news >>

  • 10 days ago
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Scott Coker shares with John S. Nash his vision for Bellator. The news that Scott Coker was taking over Bellator from Bjorn Rebney seems to have been met with mostly positive reactions by the fans. Amongst fighters and their managers the response seems to be even more enthusiastic as evidence by the public statements from the likes of Muhammed Lawal, Phil Baroni, Mike Kogan,Tito Ortiz, Frank Shamrock, and Randy Couture. Taking my own informal poll, I asked roughly two dozen fighters, managers, a read news >>

  • 11 days ago
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Freshly washed of one troubled fighter, Bellator CEO Scott Coker may be looking at sign another. To say that Jason Miller has had his ups and downs over the years, would be putting it mildly. The man more often known as 'Mayhem' has fought for titles under Dream and Strikeforce, gone through two inglorious stints in the UFC, and generally competed at a high level over a 14 year career that ended with his UFC release in 2012. Outside the cage, however, he's been a mess. Following his UFC release, read news >>

  • 11 days ago
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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 >>

  • 11 days ago
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Just a day after new Bellator MMA President Scott Coker told MMAjunkie that the promotion was in talks with its lightweight champion, Eddie Alvarez has been released.Filed under: Bellator, Featured, MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>

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