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Maiquel Falcao wins Tournament, title shot at Bellator 69


As Bellator’s sixth season is coming to an end, Bellator 69 featured the tournament final in the middleweight division between Maiquel Falcao and Andreas Spang. The winner would be crowned the season six tournament champion, given an over-sized check for $100,000 and a spot against Alexander Shlemenko for the vacant middleweight title.

Bellator 69 Main Card Breakdown


With Bellator’s Season Six winding down, we find ourselves with tournament finals, semi-finals, and a slew of tournament eliminators at Fridays Bellator 69. In the Middleweight bracket was have our finalists, Maiquel Falcao and Andreas Spang, who will then go on to face Alexander Schlemenko for the Bellator Title. On the Welterweight end of things, we have the last semi-final between David Rickels and Karl Amoussou, whom will then face Bryan Baker for the tournament championship.

Hector Lombard Signs with UFC, Vacates Bellator Title


Hector Lombard and his 25 fight unbeaten streak are leaving Bellator Fighting Championship for the big stage of the UFC. The Cuban-Australian middleweight announced the news via Twitter but the news hasn’t been officially announced by the UFC.

Bellator 66 Quick Results


The I-X Center in Cleveland, Ohio was the host for tonight’s Bellator 66 and its jam-packed 10 bout fight card. In front of a packed house and airing on MTV2 and Spkie.com Bellator 66 saw four tournament bouts and was headlined by a lightweight rematch between Eddie Alvarez and Shinya Aoki.

All Fighters make weight for Bellator 66

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All 20 fighters made weight today for Saturday’s Bellator 66 which takes place inside the I-X Center Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. Thankfully the fighters made stepping onto the scale uneventful, but that didn’t mean their stare downs didn’t get a little interesting.

Andreas Spang steps in to face Brian Rogers at Bellator 66


Bellator Fighting Championship announced today that promotional newcomer Andreas Spang would step into the middleweight tournament semifinal round as a late replacement. Spang is stepping in for the undefeated Brazilian Bruno Santos, who was forced to withdraw from the semifinal bout due to a shoulder injury.

Maximum Fighting Championship Announces Top Subs of 2011

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It’s that time of the year, the time when everyone comes out with their “year end” awards. Maximum Fighting Championship has done this for several years and the Canadian promotion has expanded their awards to include Knockouts, Submissions and Fights of the Year, plus they’ve added a handful of one-off awards.

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