"I can tell you thankfully there will be a season four, five, six and beyond. Four will be starting at the beginning of 2011, and my hope had been that at the Philadelphia event [last Thursday] we’d be able to announce what’s going on from a television perspective. A lot of people always ask the question about Fox Sports Network and about the delays of broadcasts and the pre-emptions and the nature of that network, and we have overcome that issue, which is great for us. It’s great for our brand development. We’ll be making some firm announcements in terms of start dates and in terms of networks and in terms of times and days for shows in relatively short order."
As Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney wraps up season three of his televised mixed martial arts league, he already has his sights set on another three seasons of fisticuffs after resolving his broadcasting issues with the Fox Sports Network. With stars like Hector Lombard, Eddie Alvarez, Cole Konrad and now Zoila Frausto, Rebney has the talent to make good TV, but will anyone be watching? Let's hear your interest in the continuation of Bellator and what changes you'd like to see (if any) for 2011.