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Former two-division champ Joe Warren meets Steve Garcia at Bellator 181 in July

Despite inching closer to his 41st birthday, Joe Warren continues to go strong in the cage and will make his return to action at Bellator 181 in July. 237 more words


A Ramblaholic Rant About... Manos and the Attempt to Steal it from the Public Domain

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Joe Warren is trying to take Manos back from the public domain. Having spent the last few years kicking off at people for using the film or making derivative works based on it, he’s decided to try and take it back by dubious legal tactics. 99 more words


Eduardo Dantas Bellator 166 Pre-Fight Interview

Prior to defending his bantamweight championship at Bellator 166 against Joe Warren, Eduardo Dantas and his translator Escobar join me for a quick interview previewing the fight, training for the fight, state of the bantamweight division and much more.

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Joe Warren Bellator 166 Pre-Fight Interview

Prior to his bantamweight title fight against Eduardo Dantas at Bellator 166. Joe Warren joins Justin Kish for an exclusive one-on-one interview about the contest, state of the Bellator bantamweight division as well as the addition of Fedor to the promotion.

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Bellator 166 highlights: Watch champ Eduardo Dantas outclass Joe Warren

Bellator bantamweight champion Eduardo Dantas defended his belt, avenged a loss and looked pretty damn good while doing it.

Dantas (19-4 MMA, 9-1 BMMA), who’s No. 199 more words


5 reasons to watch Bellator 166, including a hard-to-hold title, and a few guys with something to prove

Bellator puts down stakes in Thackerville, Okla., this weekend for two fight cards. The first of those events, Bellator 166, takes place on Friday from WinStar World Casino & Resort and features a title fight between bantamweight champion Eduardo Dantas and former champ Joe Warren. 1,021 more words


Ahead of Bellator 166 rematch, Joe Warren says champ Eduardo Dantas no longer the same

Joe Warren was successful at taking a belt from Eduardo Dantas once.

As he prepares to try to do it again next week in Bellator 166’s headlining spot, Warren (13-5 MMA, 12-4 BMMA) said he’ll be facing a different Dantas (18-4 MMA, 8-1 BMMA) than the one he fought more than two years ago to unify the promotion’s bantamweight title. 472 more words