Is Bellator gaining ground on the UFC in terms of market share and how can they continue the momentum they are on? Jason Floyd talks about this topic on this week of the podcast and along with discussing this topic, he gives his thoughts on some of the latest fight bookings in MMA.

Also on this week’s episode, he has interviews with Brent Primus, Eduardo Dantas, Daniel Weichel, and Rico DiScuillo. Jason talks with Primus about his upcoming title fight against lightweight champion Michael Chandler at Bellator NYC in June and Primus explains how he learned about getting this title opportunity. Then, Dantas joins the podcast to preview his title fight next week in Budapest against Leandro Higo in the main event of Bellator 177.

After speaking with Dantas, Jason is joined by another fighter set to compete at Bellator 177 as he speaks with Weichel about his fight against John Teixeira in the co-main event of the fight card. And in the final interview, Jason welcomes back DiScuillo to the podcast to discuss his fight next Saturday night at CES MMA 43 against Matt Lozano.

Finally, Jason gives you a quick preview of this weekend’s MMA action and let’s you know what to expect on this week’s episode of The MMA Report Preview Podcast.

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2 Responses

  1. RODNEY P

    Jason Floyd, last year you interviewed Annie DeCrescente right before her fight against Amy Coleman. I know Amy Coleman last fight was in Invicta, but I was wondering about the progress of Annie DeCrescente. I saw on tapology she lost her last fight in January, do you think she will ever get a chance to fight in Bellator? Even if she is the showcase opponent for a featherweight fighter Bellator is hoping to push?

    • Jason Floyd

      With a pro record of 1-2 currently, her best chance to get a fight in Bellator at this point would likely be if Bellator came to Georgia.