“UFC Gave Me the Career Bellator Gave Me the Life!”- Corey Anderson Claims Bellator Pays Him More Than UFC


Earlier than preventing the ‘Polish Energy’ Jan Blachowicz, Corey Anderson was on a four-fight win streak within the UFC. The long run UFC champion knocked out Anderson within the first-round following which the latter left the UFC to hitch Bellator MMA. ‘Time beyond regulation’ has regained his momentum and is now competing within the promotion’s Mild Heavyweight Grand Prix for the group.

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Now, Anderson is on a two-fight profitable streak and can combat Ryan Bader within the semi-final of the Grand Prix. Following his second combat at Bellator MMA, Anderson tweeted Bellator paid him extra money than the UFC. (Per The Sports activities Every day, Time beyond regulation earned $978,000 within the UFC in 15 fights)

UFC gave me the profession…Bellator gave me the life!!

In 2 fights 6 months with Bellator, I’ve made double of what I did in 15 fights (11 wins 2 bonuses) 7 years with UFC. Now I reside and luxuriate in life to the fullest with my household on a regular basis!
Let that marinate….#blessed #price

— Corey ‘Time beyond regulation’ Anderson (@CoreyA_MMA) April 20, 2021

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‘Time beyond regulation’ wrote, “UFC gave me the profession… Bellator gave me the life!! In 2 fights 6 months with Bellator, I’ve made double of what I did in 15 fights (11 wins 2 bonuses) 7 years with UFC. Now I reside and luxuriate in life to the fullest with my household day-after-day! Let that marinate…”

Corey Anderson is having the time of his life preventing for Bellator and appears very happy along with his paychecks and his profession.

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Corey Anderson will combat Ryan Bader within the Semi-Finals of the Grand Prix

Ryan Bader is a veteran within the combat sport and has a document of 28 wins and 6 losses. He beat former UFC Mild Heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida by unanimous choice to advance to the following stage and lock a combat towards Anderson.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – NOVEMBER 02: Corey Anderson celebrates his TKO victory over Johnny Walker of Brazil of their mild heavyweight bout in the course of the UFC 244 occasion at Madison Sq. Backyard on November 02, 2019 in New York Metropolis. (Picture by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC by way of Getty Pictures)

The opposite semifinal will see Vadim Nemkov combat both Anthony Johnson or Yoel Romero. Each are former UFC fighters and can make their Bellator debut towards one another on Could 7. ‘Rumble’ Johnson will make his comeback after 4 lengthy years. He misplaced his final combat towards Daniel Cormier. In the meantime, Yoel Romero, who’s on a three-fight skid, misplaced his final combat towards Israel Adesanya at UFC 248.

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Though each fighters are coming off of losses, the combat remains to be a must-watch for lots of followers. As each Romero and Johnson possess unmatched energy, they might simply shut the lights off with a single punch.

Who do you assume will emerge because the Mild Heavyweight Bellator champion?

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