- Quinton "Rampage" Jackson won his Bellator debut at Bellator 108 last night, knocking out Joey Beltran with a minute left in the first round. Jackson spent most of the first round against the cage, however managed to break free and land a flurry of punches to finish his opponent.
"I'm back!," Jackson said after the fight. "I proved I've still got it. If I can train hard, I can deliver hard."
You can check out Rampage's knockout in the video above.
- UFC President Dana White revealed on "The Fighter & The Kid" podcast that the company is looking to introduce a 115 pound women's division. He didn't provide any details on when the division would kick off, or when they would start recruiting women for the new weight class.
- UFC welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre will defend his title against top contender Johny Hendricks at UFC 167 tonight. During an interview with FOX Sports, St-Pierre was non-committal when asked if tonight would be his last fight.
"I don't know when I'm going to retire, it could be tomorrow, it could be in one week, it could be in ten years, I don't know," St-Pierre said. "I take it one fight at a time, but I love what I do."
Make sure to join us tonight for our UFC 167: St-Pierre vs. Hendricks viewing party. We will be providing full round-by-round live coverage of the main card, as well as quick results for the preliminary fights. I will also be chiming in with my thoughts and scores for each round in our "Comments" section during the viewing party.