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Fedor Emelianenko is reporting that he's on the road to recovery, after being hospitalized due to COVID-19.
Bellator has added several more big names to its roster, and Scott Coker believes fighters are noticing how the promotion treats its fighters.
Initially, Scott Coker said Bellator wasn't going to make an offer to Yoel Romero, before he signed with the promotion. So what changed?
Bellator is hoping to resume Fedor's retirement tour in 2021, and Scott Coker is hoping to hold a massive card for the legend's final bout.
Initially, it looked like Bellator wasn't going to table an offer to Yoel Romero. But, clearly, that's all changed.
There was surprise when it was reported Bellator won't be tabling Yoel Romero an offer, but recently Scott Coker explained their decision.
The MMA world has been thrown another curveball, as it's being reported Anthony Johnson is headed to Bellator for his comeback run.
Several bigger promotions apparently won't be calling Anderson Silva, but RIZIN's Nobuyuki Sakakibara is interested in talking to the legend.
Anderson Silva plans to keep fighting, but it doesn't look like he'll be receiving any offers from the Professional Fighters League.
Anderson Silva is no longer on the UFC roster and it sounds like the legend has some issues with the promotion, following his exit.