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Former Bellator MMA tournament winner Magomedrasul ‘Frodo’ Khasbulaev has come to terms with the fact that he’ll likely never get to compete for a Bellator title. Now he’s just hoping the promotion will let him fight rather than keep him on the shelf.
Although Bellator has yet to officially announce the end of tournaments, with a new management regime at the head of the Viacom-owned promotion, several high-profile fighters already are anticipating life without them.
Former UFC light heavyweight champion-turned-Bellator MMA headliner Quinton Jackson was mulling retirement after Bjorn Rebney was ousted from the Viacom-owned mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion. "Rampage," however, has been contemplating his future and will not make any hasty decisions until he first meets with former Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker, who took over for Rebney earlier this year. Will Jackson return to Spike TV? we may find out as soon as this weekend.
Eduardo Dantas and Joe Warren, Bellator champion and interim champion, respectively, will square off for the undisputed 135-pound title in September, Dantas’ coach and manager Andre Pederneiras said during a media day at Nova Uniao on Wednesday.