Filed under: Bellator , Featured , News , Videos High-profile acquisition Chael Sonnen is back in the business of fighting, and that means a whole lot of bluster and bravado is coming along for the ride. The three-time UFC title challenger today worked the phones with Bellator President Scott Coker to discuss his new contract with the Viacom-owned promotion, which he said is a three-year, six-fight deal that’s the most lucrative of his nearly 20 years in MMA. Related: Chael Sonnen returns to action with new multi-fight Bellator deal Sonnen (28-14-1 MMA, 0-0 BMMA) said he’s on a “legend’s ass-kicking tour” and is angling to fight UFC Hall of Famer and Bellator fighter Tito Ortiz (18-12-1 MMA, 2-1 BMMA) in November. But the 39-year-old fighter, who retired in 2014 after failing multiple drug tests, also cast a wide net on potential future opponents

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Notebook: Chael Sonnen on new Bellator deal, UFC exit, and USADA tests – MMA Junkie

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