PHOENIX – Prize fighters and promoters’ feuds are a tale as old as time. Over the years, numerous MMA promoters have engaged in public spats with their athletes. Whether it’s over pay, matchmaking, or other things, a boss and his fist-slinging independent contractors don’t always see eye-to-eye. While it might be a different Bellator president Scott Coker, at least to the public eye, has long had the reputation of avoiding confrontations with his fighters. He often doesn’t take the bait, which he attributes to his come-up through the Japanese combat sports scene. “I can just tell you this,” Coker told reporters including MMA Junkie after Bellator 268 ceremonial weigh-ins.

Continue reading here:

Scott Coker explains why he’s not interested in publicly feuding with fighters: ‘That’s just not my style’ – MMA Junkie

Comments are closed.

Welcome to BAD MMA – The origins of combat™
The BADDEST brand on the planet™
© 2009-2021 BADMMA.COM
All Rights Reserved.
The BAD MMA™ trademark, logos, slogans, and website
are the property of Funky Bacteria Productions
© 2009-2021 Funky Bacteria Productions ™
All Rights Reserved. =)

» Home « » Shop « » Forums « » Privacy Policy « » Terms of Service «