If there is two things this week in MMA has shown it’s that Chael Sonnen has never lost his “it” factor and competitors absolutely 100% need to take a shit before they go in the ring. 730 more words
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Perhaps the greatest benefit to Bellator’s recent pay-per-view event was the fact it set up some notable matchups for the future.
Bellator NYC took place Saturday at Madison Square Garden in New York, and the main card aired on pay-per-view following the Bellator 180 prelims on Spike and MMAjunkie. 525 more words
Saturday wasn’t a banner night for the New York State Athletic Commission. Just ask Michael Chandler.
Chandler (16-4 MMA, 13-4 BMMA) lost the Bellator lightweight title during Saturday’s Bellator NYC pay-per-view main card… 255 more words
Michael Chandler is no longer the Bellator lightweight champion – thanks to Brent Primus and a bum ankle at Saturday’s Bellator NYC event.
The event aired on pay-per-view from Madison Square Garden in New York. 159 more words
Newly minted Bellator lightweight Brent Primus sees no accident in the ankle injury that ended Michael Chandler’s night at Bellator NYC.
“I kicked his leg, and I felt his bone, and I really believe I broke that,” Chandler (16-4 MMA, 13-4 BMMA) said after his… 471 more words
Brent Primus captured the Bellator lightweight championship from Michael Chandler on Saturday at Bellator NYC, but it came in a fashion filled with drama.
Chandler (16-4 MMA, 13-4 BMMA) suffered an ankle injury in the fight, which set up Primus’ (8-0 MMA, 6-0 BMMA) first-round TKO win in the pay-per-view bout at Madison Square Garden in New York City. 519 more words