The Bellator lightweight trilogy between champion Eddie Alvarez and former titleholder Michael Chandler will be a pay-per-view event.
As expected, Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez and Michael Chandler will complete their trilogy in 2014... on pay-per-view.
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson proved his drawing power at Bellator 108, propelling the promotion to its second-best TV ratings of the season.
Finally returning to the Bellator cage, Eddie Alvarez recaptured the lightweight championship and made a move up the lightweight division rankings.
According to information received by MMAWeekly.com from the California Department of Consumer Affairs, the majority of Bellator 106 tickets were complimentary or unsold.
Bellator MMA, in one week, more than doubled its TV ratings results week-over-week, setting a new all-time high mark for the promotion.
Check out the Bellator 106: Chandler vs. Alvarez II championship fight photos by of MMAWeekly.com photographer Scott Petersen.
Not surprisingly, new Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez topped the list of the Bellator 106 fighter salaries released by the California State Athletic Commission.
Check out the Bellator 106: Chandler vs. Alvarez fight highlights video, covering all the main card action, including the epic rematch between Michael Chandler and
Eddie Alvarez handed Michael Chandler his first career loss and regained the Bellator Lightweight Title, winning by split decision in the rematch on Saturday.