Bjorn Rebney Says Bellator MMA Wants to Continue Doing PPV Events
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 05.14.2014
They want to do two or three a year…
MMAjunkie Radio recently interviewed Bellator MMA CEO Bjorn Rebney on Tuesday (May 13). Below are some highlights.
Rebney on the injuries for Bellator 120 and plans to continue doing PPV: "There are a lot of pieces to the puzzle with guys that didn't get on this show, so we're absolutely looking to do pay-per-views in the future. You're never going to see our organization where we're in a position where we're just force-feeding one every two to three weeks. It's never going to happen. We'll do big, significant pay-per-view events."
Rebney on how many PPV's Bellator wants to do a year: "We'll do probably two or three a year that are going to be big cards that make sense, that have great fights on them, and the rest we'll do for free on Spike and keep doing big numbers, and we'll keep building out the next (Douglas) Lima and the next (Alexander) Shlemenko and etc."