As the UFC takes a little break from the action, Bellator took center stage again this past week as it continued its seventh season. Along with Bellator there is plenty of MMA news this week, including the next coaches for The Ultimate Fighter season 17 and BAMMA announcing the match-ups for their upcoming BAMMA 11 card.
The next British Association of Mixed Martial Arts (BAMMA) fight card to be held on Saturday December 1st is filling up fast and currently sits at 14 fights and counting. BAMMA 11 will be held at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham, UK and feature at least two title fights.
After a busy weekend on MMA, its UFC fight week as the Octagon returns after a long break this Saturday with UFC 152. The packed weekend was a welcome sight with Legacy FC 14, BAMMA 10 and the premiere of The Ultimate Fighter that was a fitting warm up for the upcoming event.
Yesterday from Wembley Arena in London, the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts hosted BAMMA 10 which was headlined by Rob Sinclair defending his World lightweight title against Andre Winner. Sinclair won the title back at BAMMA 2 with a TKO win over Nathan Beer and this was his third title defense. Winner came over from the UFC and had earned this title shot with back to back wins under the BAMMA banner.
After announcing the BAMMA 10 main event between Rob Sinclair and Andre Winner, BAMMA (British Association of Mixed Martial Arts) added three more bouts to the card today. BAMMA 10 will take place on September 15th from the Wembley Arena in London, UK and tickets for the event are already on sale.
BAMMA (British Association of Mixed Martial Arts) returns to the Wembley Arena in London, UK on September 15th, 2012 for BAMMA 10. It will have been nearly 16 months since BAMMA 6 was at Wembley and the promotion will bring a World Lightweight Championship bout as the night’s main event in their return.
With the atmosphere in the NIA was electric as fight fans wait for the main event between Tom ‘Kong’ Watson and Jack Marshman, there is just the small matter of an equally impressive undercard to get through.
Even though there was no UFC once again this weekend, that didn’t mean Mixed Martial Arts fans were without their MMA fix. Aside from Fridays TUF Live and Bellator 63, the first international version The Ultimate Fighter aired late Sunday night. Mixed in between those high-profile events was all the action from Saturday, here are the results from some of that action.