Tito Ortiz injured, Bellator moves PPV event to Spike TV

Bellator MMA announced on Friday evening that due to Tito Ortiz suffering a fractured neck during training, the originally scheduled PPV event set for 11/2 in Long Beach, California has now been moved to Spike TV. The event will air the same night for free, but will no longer feature the main event of Ortiz facing Rampage Jackson.

Bellator and Spike TV held a conference call on Friday to make the announcement. Ortiz and Jackson had been featured on TNA television to promote the fight, but were later pulled from making any further appearances back on 9/12.

More on the story can be viewed at the articles below.

Tito Ortiz injured, out of Bellator pay-per-view fight against ‘Rampage’ Jackson

Ortiz Suffers Fractured Neck: Bellator PPV Moves Entire Show to Live & Free on Spike

Sources: Ariel Helwani, Pete DiLorenzo


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