Every Sunday, The MMA Corner will take a look back at the biggest news of the week.

On this week’s installment, we discuss the major shake-up at Bellator MMA. The promotion’s founder and CEO Bjorn Rebney is out and former Strikeforce founder Scott Coker is in. What does this mean for the promotion and its future? Is this the kind of move that Bellator needed to compete with the UFC?

We also look at the recent announcement that Gegard Mousasi and Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza will meet in the co-main event of UFC 176 on Aug. 2 in Los Angeles. The pair met previously in the DREAM middleweight tournament final and Mousasi scored a first-round knockout with a well-timed upkick. Can he stop the Brazilian again? Is the winner of this fight the next in line for a shot at the 185-pound belt?

Finally, we look at an intriguing match-up between former Strikeforce champion and UFC title challenger Miesha Tate and undefeated Queen of Pancrase Rin Nakai. The pair are expected to meet at UFC Fight Night 52 on Sept. 20 in Saitama, Japan. Many pundits have criticized Nakai’s record, but she’s recently defeated veterans Tara LaRosa and Sarah D’Alelio. Can the Japanese star continue her winning ways against Tate? What would a Tate loss mean for her UFC future?

Join us above as we look back at all the news from throughout the world of MMA. The live video stream will begin at 2 p.m. ET. Do you have a question or a topic you’d like the hosts to discuss? Send them a tweet @TheMMACorner or post in the question and answer section of the Google+ hangout.