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Scott Coker details Bellator’s decision to part ways with Mike Goldberg

Bellator president Scott Coker has explained the decision behind Mike Goldberg no longer being part of Bellator broadcasts on Showtime. Mike Goldberg has been one of the most consistent and recognizable voices in all of mixed martial arts across the last few decades and as we look ahead to the future, it’s hard to imagine a world where he’s not on the call for a big promotion.
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John McCarthy Shares Why He Thinks Mike Goldberg Is Off Bellator Team

“Big” John McCarthy has provided a theory on why Mike Goldberg has been removed from the Bellator commentating team. Fans who tuned into last Friday’s Bellator 255 card were greeted with a new commentating crew, one absent of the man who has been considered a leading voice of the promotion over the last three years: Mike Goldberg. Instead, the crew consisted of Mauro Ranallo on play-by-play duties alongside John McCarthy and Josh Thomson on color commentary. After the event, Bellator President Scott Coker elaborated on the decision to move on from Goldberg at the commentating table (transcription via MMA Junkie).
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Mike Goldberg Will No Longer Be A Part Of The Bellator Commentary Team

One of the most iconic voices in the sport of MMA, Mike Goldberg has been a constant presence in the sport over the past 20 years. Goldberg called multiple fights side by side with Joe Rogan for the UFC, with the two men become true mainstays of the organisation. In 2017 the UFC parted ways with Goldberg. However, he was instantly snapped up by the UFC’s main rival, Bellator.
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Mike Goldberg No Longer A Part Of Bellator Broadcast Team

It looks as if the short partnership with Mike Goldberg and Bellator has come to an end. Bellator's Scott Coker told The New York Post that Goldberg will not be providing commentary for upcoming Bellator events going forward. This comes after a new deal with Showtime that will feature Bellator fights on the platform. Goldberg's name was not on the list of broadcasters for the ViacomCBS-owned promotion return to action.

Bellator MMA parts ways with former UFC announcer Mike Goldberg

Former UFC play-by-play announcer Mike Goldberg will no longer be part of Bellator MMA’s broadcast team. In a recent interview with the New York Post, Bellator MMA president Scott Coker confirmed that the promotion will be cutting ties with Goldberg. The former UFC voice has been a member of the Bellator broadcast team since signing a contract back in July 2017.
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Mike Goldberg no longer part of Bellator broadcast team for Showtime events

Bellator’s transition to Showtime has ended the tenure of veteran MMA broadcaster Mike Goldberg. Bellator President Scott Coker confirmed to the New York Post that Goldberg, who joined the ViacomCBS-owned promotion after a long stint with the UFC, is no longer part of the broadcast team for events. “Mike Goldberg...

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Mike Goldberg no longer under contract with Bellator MMA

After about three-and-a-half years with the promotion, Mike Goldberg will no longer be a part of Bellator MMA broadcasts. Bellator MMA makes its Showtime debut tonight with Bellator 255, but don’t be alarmed if you’re not greeted by a familiar voice to MMA fans — one who has been manning the play-by-play role for the better part of the last three-and-a-half years.
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Scott Coker Reveals Why Mike Goldberg Is Gone From Bellator

Bellator President Scott Coker has revealed the reason for Mike Goldberg’s exit from the promotion. Goldberg is no longer a member of the Bellator broadcast team. He has been replaced by Mauro Ranallo, who was already with the promotion but was taking fewer dates due to other commitments. Now that Bellator is on Showtime, Ranallo is the lead play-by-play ace.
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PBP Commentator Mike Goldberg No Longer With Bellator

Mike Goldberg is out as the play-by-play ace of Bellator. Goldberg first signed with Bellator back in 2017. This was after the UFC decided to move on from Goldberg. While Goldberg and Mauro Ranallo were brought in by the promotion, Goldberg ended up serving as the voice of the promotion with Ranallo taking far fewer dates due to other commitments.
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Video | Mike Goldberg parodies Conor McGregor in hilarious cameo

Bellator commentator Mike Goldberg parodied Conor McGregor’s “who da fook are you?” in a comical cameo from the former UFC play-by-play man. Goldberg was the long-time UFC play-by-play commentator and he now does the same job for Bellator. In a recent cameo, a fan asked Goldberg to talk about the UFC 257 main event fight between McGregor and Dustin Poirier, and “Goldie” made sure the fan got their money’s worth. Check out the hilarious cameo video of Goldberg parodying the infamous “who the fook are you?” McGregor moment below (via Borrachinha Depot).