Bellator strikes deal with Warner Bros. Discovery to air events on Max

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Bellator has a new broadcast home.

The PFL-owned promotion has secured a distribution deal with Warner Bros. Discovery for all upcoming Bellator Champion Series events to air on the Max streaming service starting with the Belfast card on Friday, March 22. All eight Bellator cards will air live on Max in 2024 with shoulder programming also available on other Warner Bros. Discovery networks, including a slate of content airing through TNT Sports on truTV with broadcast details to be announced at a later date.

The Bellator card from Belfast is scheduled to kick off at 1 p.m. ET on Friday on Max. The show will be headlined by a light heavyweight title fight as Corey Anderson battles Karl Moore to crown a new 205-pound champion after Vadim Nemkov vacated the belt to move to heavyweight.

“Following our historic acquisition of Bellator, Professional Fighters League is proud to partner with Warner Bros. Discovery for the highly anticipated Bellator Champions Series to stream exclusively on Max for fans across the United States, at no extra cost to subscribers, when the global franchise launches on March 22,” PFL CEO Peter Murray said in a press release. “We’re excited for audiences to tune into Bellator’s new home on Max for eight Bellator Champions Series events in 2024 taking place in iconic cities around the globe, featuring world title fights and the biggest stars in combat sports.

“There’s an incredible demand for premium, year-round MMA content from major media platforms and this is the latest milestone in PFL’s ambition to bring the sport’s best to audiences around the world.”

Bellator strikes deal with Warner Bros. Discovery to air events on Max starting with Belfast card - MMA Fighting
 

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jesus christ ,,,just close up shop already.its hard to imagine both bellator and ufc peaked on spike tv. as soon as ufc left they lost the normie fan and the boomer . as soon as bellator left they lost the hardcore fans . no one knows where to find them and it is not worth the effort to even find out. what the fuck even is discovery max?