Exclusive Spanish Language Broadcast Deal Between Bellator and mun2

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Updated: July 6, 2012
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Bellator Fighting Championships has found its exclusive US based Spanish language broadcast partner in mun2 which is a part of the Telemundo Communications Group. Bellator prepares for this alliance which will take effect in the remaining months of 2012 and 2013.

Last June 29, mun2 has featured action-packed Spanish language fights that showed Bellator events. These fights are to prepare audiences and fans for knockout and amazing fight finishes that Bellator has been known for. The first Bellator fight to be seen on mun2 is Bellator 60.  This is a Featherweight Championship fight between Pat Curran and Joe Warren which has made fans and crowds cheer to their feet. There will also be a collection of Featherweight Tournament Quarterfinals fights that will also be shown together with the winner of the Season 6 Bellator Tournament. mun2 will surely impress audiences and fans as they feature Bellator fights these coming months.

For the incoming year, Bellator live events will be seen in mun2 in Spanish language. The duo of George X and Manny Rodriguez will also be commentating in Spanish; they will hold the honor of announcing live Bellator events just like what they have been doing ever since the company has made its debut in 2009.

So what’s in store with Bellator these coming months? For its July Summer Series event, it will be from The University of South Florida’s Sun Dome in Tampa, FL. This is Bellator’s 72nd event over its 4 years in the business. Bellator has basically returned to mun2 to be able to reach a large population of bicultural Latinos. mun2 is known to broadcast in most homes with over 34 million broadcasters all over the county. This will further expand Bellator’s popularity which is one of the largest in ultimate fighting sports history.

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