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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

Bellator-66 Main event

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.

A No Fools Guide to the top 5 Fights in April

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April will be a month that quiets the spoiled MMA fans who have been whining vicariously through twitter and the forums about not having jam-packed weeks of Mixed Martial Arts goodness. The long absence of Saturday’s without a UFC event will end with two events in the month of April. Between the return of the UFC and the continuation of Bellator’s sixth season there are several top fights to choose from in April.

Underestimated Bellator Consistently Delivering Fan Pleasing Finishes


The sixth season for Bellator is just starting but fans have already been reminded of what the underestimated MMA promotion brings to the table each and every week. Aside from the obvious tournament aspect that draws fans into the drama that unfolds over three separate events, Bellator more often than not delivers crowd pleasing Finishes.

Following his Win Gilbert Melendez seeks Top Competition


Coming off his unanimous decision victory of Jorge Masvidal at last night’s Strikeforce: Melendez vs. Masvidal, the champion made it clear his was happy to be with Strikeforce. That confirmation came on the heels of Melendez finding out that Strikeforce had signed a new deal with Showtime thus keeping “El Nino” at home inside the hexagon of Strikeforce.

MMA Fighter Rankings for December 2011


The month of November might have only had two major title fights but both would end with the challengers hands raised. The two new champions along with the other action last month gave the ranking plenty of changes, including a new number one in the heavyweight division.