MMAWeekly Radio Wed: Bellator’s Bjorn Rebney and Lloyd ‘Cupcake’ Woodard

March 28, 2012
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It’s Bellator day on MMAWeekly Radio as CEO Bjorn Rebney and lightweight Lloyd ‘Cupcake’ Woodard join the show, as well as debate about the King Mo Lawal situation.

Bjorn Rebney stops by to give an update on all things Bellator including their move to Spike TV, contract updates on Eddie Alvarez and Hector Lombard, and much, much more.

Lloyd ‘Cupcake’ Woodard explains where his unique nickname from and how he plans on knocking out Rick Hawn in the next round of the Bellator lightweight tournament.

Debate heats up today as well with plenty of talk about King Mo Lawal and more

– King Mo was released from Strikeforce on Tuesday after comments made on Twitter. Justified move or not?
– Does there need to be a policy in writing for behavior of athletes under contract to Zuffa regarding social networking?
– Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney says Friday nights are working, but they never lock anything in for sure. Should they stay on Friday nights on Spike or consider another night?
– Who should be the face of Bellator among all the champions they have currently?

This is MMAWeekly Radio for Wednesday, March 28.

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