Irish boxing ace Sinead Kavanagh has been forced from the Bellator 217 card in Dublin, Ireland on Feb. 23 due to an undisclosed injury, but her former opponent Iony Razafiarison …read more
Bellator fans in the UK and Ireland will be able to watch fight cards live starting with Bellator 216. Starting later this month, fans in the UK and Ireland will …read more
Bellator MMA keeps making broadcast moves, securing its televised future for audiences in the U.K. and Ireland by signing a deal with Sky Sports to air its events in 2019. …read more
The days of Bellator shows airing on tape delay in the U.K. and Ireland are a thing of the past.
Bellator announced Friday that it has signed a one-year deal with …read more
Bellator has landed a deal with Sky Sports that will finally see the promotion’s U.S. events, as well as a Dublin and London event, broadcast live across Ireland and the …read more
Former boxing heavyweight king Tyson Fury had two events in Ireland canceled due to some threatening graffiti, per a report from the Irish Times. Both events were scheduled to go …read more
Conor McGregor wants you to know that very soon, you’ll be able to hit up his clothing brand, August McGregor, to order a custom suit.
But in a tweet today, McGregor …read more
UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway does not seem to agree with Conor McGregor that ‘Proper Twelve’ is Ireland’s best whiskey.
‘Blessed’ recently took to Twitter where he shared the following post …read more
Charlie Ward will take on Jamie Stephenson on the main card of Bellator 217 in Dublin, Ireland on Feb. 23.
Bellator confirmed the middleweight fight to MMAFighting.com on Tuesday.
Ward …read more
Bellator’s return to Ireland next month has filled out its preliminary card and added a women’s featherweight fight to the main card.
Dublin’s own Sinead Kavanagh (5-3 MMA, 2-3 BMMA) will …read more
Sinead Kavanagh will take on Olga Rubin on the main card of Bellator 217 in Dublin, Ireland on Feb. 23.
Bellator announced the fight among eight newly added bouts to …read more