Bellator MMA has been on hiatus since a new Flyweight champion was crowned at Bellator 254: “Macfarlane vs. Velasquez” on Dec. 10, 2020. Like all of its domestic shows of the pandemic era, the event took place at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut.
Right now, Bellator’s schedule for 2021 is taking shape, with dates, venues and fights still to be announced by the promotion. That pause has given the company (and its corporate owners, ViacomCBS) time to reflect on 2020 and the successful events they were able to run despite the logistical challenges of testing and quarantining everyone involved.
In the embedded video above, you can watch the “Best of 2020” package that it produced and released for 2021. It’s a staggering eight-hour long broadcast, featuring full fights and memorable moments from its slate of cards last year, many of which have already been discussed in our own year-end awards for the promotion.
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