The five-time world champion and the Bellator announcer will serve as color analysts.
Tyson arrives at the house, a coach whom Dr. Conte describes as a “desperate case.” He lost his job as a police officer due to anger issues, and now perpetuates that negativity through coaching.
Members of the Wichita PD zero in on a suspicious SUV that seems to be up to no good. A chase ensues and officers find out why.
Taffer goes and meets with the owner of Wonder Bar in a final attempt to show her success. He also brings a written agreement for her to sign. If she doesn’t change the name of the bar, Taffer walks.
Shlemenko and Manhoef are two middleweight stars who need a win, only one can walk out of the Bellator cage as the victor.
Omaha PD has a number of resources at their disposal, one of which is a helicopter. The chopper proves necessary after a crazed young man steals a motorcycle.
The partnership will debut with Bellator 134: The British Invasion on Friday, February 27 from the Mohegan Sun Arena, in Uncasville, CT.
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The rising sports broadcasting star, will serve as the blow-by-blow announcer for Spike TV’s “Premier Boxing Champions” series.
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