Former Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez is still in the midst of negotiating his next contract, but right now it has become a waiting game
MMAWeekly Radio returns for Wednesday's edition of the big show with guests including Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney, Lorenz Larkin and TUF 16 fighter Sam Alvey
As the move to Spike TV in 2013 looms overhead, Bellator Fighting Championships has instituted a new championship rematch clause.
Eddie Alvarez recently became the hottest property on the 155-pound market with both UFC and Bellator after him.
Following Bellator 78, CEO Bjorn Rebney talked one-on-one with MMAWeekly.com to break down the event, and also talk about negotiations with Eddie Alvarez and response
Zoila Gurgel had a lot of attention going into her return fight at Bellator 78, but much of it was for the wrong reason.
Former Strikeforce light heavyweight champion Muhammed "King Mo" Lawal has found new life after a stale end to the time he had with his previous
Lew Polley will next compete at Bellator 77 when he takes on Carmelo Marrero, but the former Ultimate Fighter coach will fight for a little
Free agency is a part of every major sport and can make or break a team or promotion depending on how things fall or don't
UFC 147 headliner Rich Franklin, Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney and UFC newcomer C.J. Keith highlight Monday's edition of MMAWeekly Radio.
It didn't take Paul 'Semtex' Daley long to find a new home following his release from Strikeforce just a few days ago.
Bellator's philosophy after the defection of middleweight champion Hector Lombard to the UFC? The show must go on. And the show will go on in
Following his victory over Shinya Aoki at Friday night’s Bellator 66, it sounds as if former Bellator champion Eddie Alvarez could find himself in the
Pat Curran has proven he's one of the top featherweights in the world with his recent winning streak, but does that land him just behind
Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney updates the contract situations of former champion Eddie Alvarez as well as middleweight champion Hector Lombard.
Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney explains why Akihiro Gono is getting the chance to fight Michael Chandler at Bellator 67 in a super fight main event.
Bellator Fighting Championships may not be officially moving to Spike TV until 2013, but the plans and preparations are already in motion for the MMA
Bellator Fighting Championships will soon be in the reality TV business, and they've hired an 8-time Emmy award winner to lead the charge.
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
Bellator's upcoming welterweight tournament has undergone a late change as Brian Foster will be unable to compete on the card and will be replaced by
Not happy being asked to step back into the tournament format, former Bellator champ Eddie Alvarez happy to rematch Shinya Aoki and give his fans
Bellator has signed a new deal with FremantleMedia for global distribution rights of their product, as well licensing and other options in the United States.
If Eddie Alvarez can get past Mike Chandler, he might get the chance to avenge his last loss against Shinya Aoki as soon as February.
Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney talks about Zoila Gurgel's recent knee injury and the promotion's commitment to make sure she gets healthy again.
In a major move to solidify their future in mixed martial arts, Viacom, parent company of Spike TV, has purchased a controlling interest in Bellator
Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez has suffered an injury that has forced him out of his upcoming title defense against Michael Chandler.
Nate Marquardt's manager Lex McMahon responds to recent comments and says his client is the perfect fit for any promotion that signs him.
Now a Bellator fighter, Rad Martinez's life has changed quite a bit over the last two weeks, but he never loses sight of what he
Bellator has set the stage for their season 5 bantamweight tournament and it includes the entrance of featherweight champion Joe Warren as he looks to
The raid on the Sengoku talent pool continues as former featherweight champion Marlon Sandro has now left the promotion and signed a new multi-fight deal