Eddie Alvarez revealed his former promotion, Bellator, has filed a lawsuit against him after contract negotiations took a turn for the worse. Get the details, including how this affects a potential transition to UFC, inside.
As of Friday, lightweight free agent Eddie Alvarez is on the open market and able to negotiate a deal with any mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion that wants him. But what does he want? "Just to fight the best."
Free agent lightweight Eddie Alvarez isn't really a free agent right now, not really. That's because Bellator has an exclusive 90-day negotiation period now that his contract is up. But the company is actually going to waive that and let him explore.
Eddie Alvarez reveals he will take his time before he decides which MMA promotion he will fight for next after his contract with Bellator expired last week with a win over Patricky Freire, freelancing as a construction worker in his down time.
UFC President Dana White seems very excited to potentially finally get his hands on Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez. Find out what he had to say to him following his fight last night inside.
Tonight at Bellator 76, Eddie Alvarez faces Patricky Pitbull in what is likely the final Bellator fight for Alvarez. He leaves behind an impressive legacy. We take a look at Alvarez in Bellator, plus the full card, in this preview.
MMAmania.com will be providing live video stream and round-by-round coverage of Bellator 76 tonight, which features former lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez vs Patricky Pitbull and the season seven featherweight tournament quarterfinals.
Before they face off at Bellator 76 this Friday night (Oct. 12) on MTV2, Eddie Alvarez and Patricky Pitbull came nose-to-nose at the conclusion of today's Belaltor 76 pre-fight weigh-ins in Windsor. See their pic and more right here.
MMAmania's Brian Hemminger speaks with Bellator 76 lightweight headliner Patricky Pitbull about defending Bellator's honor against Eddie Alvarez, not giving Alvarez a chance to recover if he hurts him and fighting for the memory of his former coach i