(Bellator's charmingly "WTF?" fight-finishes are coming to a reality show near you.)
Though Bellator Fighting Championships has been putting on high-quality fights for three years now, the organization and CEO Bjorn Rebney have been careful to not wage war with the UFC. However, it was announced today that Bellator will step just a little bit closer to direct-competitor status, with a reality show to air on the same cable network that gave the UFC its big break by airing The Ultimate Fighter — Spike TV.
MMAjunkie.com Radio today welcomes Bellator Fighting Championships CEO Bjorn Rebney to the program, as well as UFC 120 competitor Mike Pyle. Rebney calls in to preview tonight's Bellator 27 event, which features a itle fight between... Read Post
Bellator Fighting Championships has been waiting since late 2011 to make their debut on Spike TV. Next Thursday, it's finally happening. CEO Bjorn Rebney is excited, if not a little anxious. "It was probably a longer time than some ... Read Post