Each day, The MMA Corner will provide a recap of results, event announcements, fight match-ups, and injuries/cancellations from throughout the world of MMA.

“Rampage” vs. Beltran Set for Bellator 108

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson will make his Bellator debut on a new date and with a different opponent after Tito Ortiz pulled out of their scheduled meeting for Nov. 2.

He’ll now face fellow UFC veteran Joey Beltran on Friday, Nov. 15 at Bellator 108 on Spike TV.

Three Bellator tourney finals for Nov. 8 show

On Friday, Nov. 8, Bellator 107 will see three season nine tournaments reach their conclusion.

At heavyweight, Cheick Kongo meets Peter Graham after originally scheduled finalist Vinicius Spartan withdrew due to injury. Joe Warren fights Travis Marx for the bantamweight final. And middleweights Brennan Ward and Mikkel Parlo square off in their final tournament match.

WSOF 7 gets featherweight title fight

The World Series of Fighting 7 event will include a title fight to crown an inaugural featherweight champion.

Rick Glenn and Georgi Karakhanyan will fight for the belt at the Dec. 7 event headlined by a heavyweight fight between Anthony Johnson and Mike Kyle.

Source: MMA Junkie

Cage Warriors New Years Eve event

Cage Warriors Fighting Championship with host a New Years Eve show, Cage Warriors 63, in Dublin on Dec. 31

The promotion’s newly crowned lightweight champion Stevie Ray is set to defend his title against Ivan Burchinger at the event. Also announced is a women’s atomweight bout between Catherine Costigan and Elodie Puget.

Warburton signs deal with CWFC

Cage Warriors has signed former UFC lightweight Curt Warburton to an exclusive five-fight deal and a date is set for his promotional debut.

Warburton is scheduled to fight on on the Cage Warriors 62 card on Dec. 7 but an opponent has yet to be named.

Photo: Quinton “Rampage” Jackson(Heavy MMA)

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David Massey studied Humanities and Art History at the University of Central Oklahoma. He first found interest in MMA from the first TUF show and has been hooked ever since. He began posting on mmajunkie then submitting Sunday Junkie entries and that began his interest in writing about MMA. Through twitter David found other MMA enthusiasts and began contributing articles to marqueemma.com. He looks forward to growing as a writer and being a part of the sport he loves.