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What’s at stake for Bellator on PPV? If they succeed, Viacom will open up the checkbook for real.
If you like watching the heavyweights fight in boxing and MMA, the last two days have been perfect for you. But not every heavyweight bout turns out well, especially in California.
The finish to the Pat Curran/Daniel Straus was great… for both fight fans and skeptics screaming “work!”
The UFC matched Bellator’s offer for Gilbert Melendez. Smart decision.
Why does World Series of Fighting exist? Who’s behind it? Why is UFC so friendly to WSOF? It’s all about the politics.
The UFC claims publicly that they don’t want to sign Ben Askren. Where does he go next?
A glut of MMA cable programming has made it harder to draw consistent television ratings and PPV buy rates. How will Bellator & UFC adjust in 2014 to today’s television reality?
After Bellator’s non-PPV PPV event on Saturday night from Long Beach, there are as many questions as there are answers regarding the company’s future.
The Bellator PPV from Long Beach has fallen apart due to Tito Ortiz being pulled the main event because of injury. So, the event is now on Spike TV.
Boxing is dying. No, wait, it isn’t dying. There’s no union for protect boxers. There’s no union to protect MMA fighters, but UFC should be praised for booking whatever big fights they want. That’s the muddled media message.
Juanito Ibarra wants Rampage Jackson to cooperate with a request for document production and deposition. Halloween 2013 is the drop dead date before Ibarra’s side threatens to go to court for a motion to compel.
What’s the deal with MMA fighters making comments about rape on social media? Not too many people are impressed with the way Bellator has handled the situation regarding comments made by War Machine.
Since Viacom’s purchase of Bellator, it has been complete chaos for the organization. With the launch of Fox Sports 1 in August, how much will UFC benefit from the channel’s potential success?« Previous Entries