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Bellator Season 4 is not due any time soon, but to entice you more, FightingInsider gives you a glimpse on what to expect for the 4th season of the tournament.
The season four of Bellator is not due for another two months, but let’s time travel to see what’s inside the tourney.
To start of this season, Bellator shows will finally be airing via live broadcast after the deal was sealed with MTV2. Seasons two and three were telecast live on Fox Sports Net before, but now we’ll be seeing in new home channel.
Welterweight Tournament Almost Complete
Since we’ve heard about tournament participants on the early days of this month and the participants were handed down one by one, the welterweight tournament is partially revealed to the public as of the moment.
Official for the welterweight side are season three finalist Dan Hornbuckle, judo black belt Jim Wallhead, undefeated Chris Lozano, prospect Brent Weedman, 2004 judo Olympian Rick Hawn and former Bellator champion Lyman Good. Expected to complete the tournament is Strikeforce and UFC veteran Jay Hieron and Steve Carl, season three entrant.Read the rest of the article »
Bellator Fighting Championships finally has its new home on cable. Starting next year, Bellator will broadcast it fights on MTV2, as the promotion enters a new season.
Bellator Fighting Championships finally found its new home on cable after striking a three-year partnership with MTV2. Starting next year, the cable network will broadcast two live 12-week tournaments per year, as well as a collection of special feature events. Bellator’s primary broadcast tandem for its second and third season was Fox Sports Net. However, those broadcasts were met with dissatisfaction due to some delay caused by various network obligations.
But as Bellator CEO, Bjorn Rebney, announced earlier this year, the Chicago-based fight promotion will move on to 2011 with its new broadcast partner. Bellator will return from hiatus next year, launching its fourth season at MTV 2.View Article Source »
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