With final three females released, Bellator issues statement on women's division

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grappler0000
8/14/13 8:13:14AM
Bellator MMA hasn't officially dissolved its women's division. But with no women left on its roster, there may not be a home for those fighters in the promotion any time soon.

Word got out on Tuesday that Jessica Eye (10-1) had been let go by Bellator, and Tuesday also saw an announcement from all-female promotion Invicta Fighting Championship that former Bellator fighter Felice Herrig (9-4) had signed. Jessica Aguilar (15-4) most recently fought for Bellator in March.

Those three were the last remaining women on Bellator's roster, and on Tuesday night promotion CEO Bjorn Rebney issued a statement on the state of the California-based company's women's division...

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GDPofMPG
8/14/13 10:41:04AM
Good move by Bellator for the three women. If they don''t have have the fights to offer them, let someone else.