Foundations | Pat Curran | #Bellator184

Posted October 2, 2017 | Views: 159

Pat Curran has shown his talent in featherweight division and steps back into the cage at #Bellator184.

Foundations | Carrington Banks | #Bellator184

Posted October 2, 2017 | Views: 128

After two consecutive victories Carrington Banks returns to the Bellator Cage! Don't miss his fight against Steve Kozola at #Bellator184.

Women in the Tattoo Industry

Posted October 2, 2017 | Views: 438

Ryan, Gia, Kelly, and Nikki share their experiences of breaking into and succeeding as females in the tattoo industry.

Foundations | Steve Kozola

Posted September 29, 2017 | Views: 96

Get to know Lightweight Steve Kozola as Jimmy Smith breaks it down before #Bellator184

Sneak Peek: Bigger'n Dallas - Part II

Posted September 29, 2017 | Views: 1,237

The clock starts and the elimination tattoo as the artists do their best to ink feet tattoos. One artists who’s also a bee keeper goes for a tricky but realistic bee design.

Sneak Peek: Bigger'n Dallas - Part III

Posted September 29, 2017 | Views: 920

While Deanna goes for a simple realistic rose tattoo, Dominque’s outlining starts to weigh her down as time slips away with each second.

#BellatorKB7 In Focus | Raymond Daniels

Posted September 29, 2017 | Views: 137

Get an inside look at Raymond Daniels' background and what drives him inside the Kickboxing ring. #BellatorKB7

#Bellator185 | Highlight Reel | Gegard Mousasi

Posted September 29, 2017 | Views: 693

Check out the highlights from the newest member of the Bellator Middleweight Division - before he debuts for us at #Bellator185!

Sneak Peek: Bigger'n Dallas - Part I

Posted September 29, 2017 | Views: 7,826

Nikki, Ryan, Ashley, and Gia visit Dominique Ransom’s tattoo shop in Dallas, Texas, and reel in two more artists to watch them battle for a chance to compete with an Angel for a spot on Ink Master.

Sneak Peek: Bigger'n Dallas - Part IV

Posted September 29, 2017 | Views: 1,515

The ladies huddle to discuss the three artists’ realistic tattoos. One artist drops the ball by not using any solid black at all while another inks a bold piece that appears rushed.