The Only Bellator 206 Gegard Mousasi Interview You Need To See Before He Fights Rory MacDonald

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Bellator 206 Gegard Mousasi: MMA H.E.A.T.’s Karyn Bryant sat down with Bellator Middleweight Champ Gegard Mousasi and talked to him about his upcoming Champ vs Champ fight with Welterweight king Rory MacDonald, set for September 29, 2018 in San Jose, California. Bellator 206’s Gegard Mousasi talks about the challenges of the match-up, his first-round TKO of former champ Rafael Carvalho and his hopes for a rematch with Bellator’s newly-acquired Lyoto Machida. Gegard also shares his thoughts on working with Bellator president Scott Coker, whether he would ever return to the UFC, how much longer he plans to fight and much, much more!

Bellator 206 Results: Mousasi vs MacDonald / Rampage vs Silva

Bellator 206 Results: Mousasi vs MacDonald / Rampage vs Wanderlei

Bellator 206 Main Card:

* Middleweight World Title Main Event: Gegard Mousasi (43-6-2) vs. Rory MacDonald (20-4)

* Heavyweight Co-Main Event: Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (37-13) vs. Wanderlei Silva (35-13)

* Welterweight World Grand Prix Main Card Bout: Douglas Lima (29-7) vs. Andrey Koreshkov (21-2)

* Featherweight Main Card Bout: Aaron Pico (3-1) vs. Leandro Higo (18-4)

* Women’s Strawweight Main Card Bout: Keri Taylor-Melendez (2-0) vs. Dakota Zimmerman (Pro Debut)

Bellator 206: Mousasi vs MacDonald + Rampage vs Wanderlei 4 Pre-Fight Media Call

Bellator 206: Mousasi vs MacDonald + Rampage vs Wanderlei 4 Pre-Fight Media Call

Preliminary Card:

* 160-Pound Catchweight Preliminary Bout: Adam Piccolotti (10-2) vs. James Terry (20-9)

* Featherweight Preliminary Bout: Gaston Bolanos (3-1) vs. Ysidro Gutierrez (4-2)

* Featherweight Preliminary Bout: Jeremiah Labiano (11-6) vs. Justin Smitley (10-7-1)

* Lightweight Preliminary Bout: Danasabe Mohammed (5-2) vs. Sal Becerra (6-2)

* Women’s Featherweight Preliminary Bout: Amber Leibrock (3-1) vs. Arlene Blencowe (10-7)

* Featherweight Preliminary Bout: Josh San Diego (7-4) vs. Joe Neal (6-3)

* 175-Pound Catchweight Preliminary Bout: Abraham Vaseau (3-1) vs. DeMarco Villalona (2-3)

* Bantamweight Preliminary Bout: Cass Bell (1-0) vs. Ty Costa (3-3)

* Bantamweight Preliminary Bout: Isaiah Gonzalez (2-0) vs. Khai Wu (2-1)

* Featherweight Preliminary Bout: Jacob Ycaro (1-0) vs. Ignacio Ortiz (1-0)

* Featherweight Preliminary Bout: Laird Anderson (Pro Debut) vs. Ahmed Abdelaziz (Pro Debut)

* Light Heavyweight Preliminary Bout: Chuck Campbell (Pro Debut) vs. Joseph Ramirez (1-1)

* Lightweight Preliminary Bout: Anthony Figueroa Jr. (Pro Debut) vs. Samuel Romero (0-1)


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Wade Eck co-founded MMA H.E.AT. in 2007, a headline-making production company dedicated to covering the sport of Mixed Martial Arts. He directed and produced 23 half-hour MMA H.E.AT. television episodes for MAVTV, earning recognition as the cable network’s most-watched show. Wade formulated and continues to supervise the company’s social media strategy, which has successfully grown the MMA H.E.A.T. Facebook following to over 165,000 subscribers. To date, Wade has produced and distributed over 2900 YouTube videos on the KarynBryant and MMAHEAT channels; those videos have exceeded 160 million cumulative views. In addition to MMA H.E.A.T., Wade founded MMA Help, an online destination for individuals looking to acquire knowledge of martial arts techniques, training and pertinent educational information within the MMA industry. MMAHelp.com produces online content consisting of “How To” videos featuring all of the major fighters, celebrities and trainers within the MMA industry. Full length professional training sessions are also filmed, including LIVE streams where questions can be asked in real-time. For anyone who ever wondered “what the pros do” in their workout sessions, MMAhelp.com provides a front row seat!

145 Comments on "The Only Bellator 206 Gegard Mousasi Interview You Need To See Before He Fights Rory MacDonald"

  1. He has been so underrated for years. Look at his fight record —- the amount of fights he has is insane + he is one of the few guys that has fought in just about every fight organization going (other than maybe a few that have started up in the last few years). But he's definitely legit.

  2. Rory and Mousasi are very good fighters and Sportsmann. I like this guys and his Fightstill and Fight Charakter.Its difficult to say how wins, I like Moussasi more because he is a legend and wins a lot of big figths very good Person and human. For me is Mousasi 10 % in front and he wins this big fight.

  3. im sure Karyn wants to get some from gegard and my sense tell me she has already got her wish lol it is so clear… like Karyn is the one throwing all the "sex" jokes.. i totally relate to Gegard because he was born in Iran in a Armenian family, Im perisan too and his humour and sense of joking is very easy for me to feel what the guy says… super under-rated fighter, one of the best to ever to do it but keeps it real, always says he does not even wanna be the best.

  4. Hey Karyn, I've been meaning to ask I see you always interviewing the fighters but I was wondering If you had any interest in interviewing the UFC referees like Herb Dean… I Think it would be interesting to get there inside view on the fighters, just a thought.

  5. i used to doubt this guy big time but fight after fight he always stays cool and calm with extremely tactical skill and never wasting energy or a good shot. One of my favorite fighters right now. This gonna be a great fight i cant wait.

  6. Gegard is a amazing fighter, I just wish he would take his losses like a man, instead of complaining constantly, cheater this greasing that …. blah blah blah … you lost… you're still a amazing fighter, and in my opinion, your the best at 185 right now … positivity breeds more positivity, negativity breeds more negativity…

  7. Gegard is the only fighter of his calibre that truly doesn't care how good he is in the annals of history which is crazy considering he has possibly the most impressive record in MMA history (excluding the undefeated records) fighting even heavyweights and is one of best fighters ever in my opinion and right now the n1 middleweight in the world

  8. Gegard is the most underrated fighter in MMA. I would love to see him back in the UFC. Gegard vs Costa, Israel, Kelvin and Whitaker are all very good stylistic matchups for Gegard. I believe Gegard would beat Robert with his jab, control distance and win a comfortable decision.

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