It’s a dream come true [to sign the deal],” Chalmers told SunSport.

” Ex-Geordie Shore star Aaron Chalmers has signed a lucrative MMA contract with Bellator. The reality TV personality debuted under the BAMMA banner in May 2017, but made his Bellator debut this year and has now joined the promotion on a long-term agreement.

1 All four of Aaron Chalmers’ fights to date have been won inside one round Chalmers is 4-0 in the early stages of his career, with four first-round finishes, but became embroiled in a contract dispute that stalled his progression. At 31 he is no spring chicken and will be looking to gain momentum with this new deal, which MMA Junkie report to be a two-year, six-fight agreement. “It’s a dream come true [to sign the deal],” Chalmers told SunSport. “It was a long-winded process with BAMMA – it was haunting my career and I didn’t know why.

Latest UFC/MMA News Nasty Paige VanZant shows metal rod being inserted into her arm in gruesome surgery photo REVEALED Khabib rules out Conor McGregor rematch and names the two ‘legacy’ fights he wants here comes the money Dana White reveals why Brock Lesnar retired from MMA, WWE’s offer HOLLYWOOD Bieber calls out Tom Cruise for MMA fight, McGregor and De La Hoya offer to host cowboy tamed Cerrone suffers sickening eye injury against Ferguson after blowing his nose Eagle Khabib signs new UFC contract with a special clause about Georges St Pierre “We ended that in gentleman’s fashion though and luckily I can put that behind me now and move on.1xbet bet “For me, it’s all about showing Bellator that I’m worth this big contract now. “I’ve got to repay the faith they’ve shown in me and I will. “We’re absolutely delighted to get this done and I can’t wait to get back out there again.” Yes it’s finally out their!!! I’ve finally signed for @BellatorMMA They showed me the ?????? and done me right 2019 I’m back!!!!! — Aaron Chalmers (@AaronCGShore) November 2, 2018 /**/ /**/ ” ” Relive the magic of the World Cup with this clip after James Rodriguez’s sensational strike against Uruguay was named the best goal of 2014.

The Colombia star was awarded the FIFA Puskas Award at the Ballon d’Or gala in Zurich on Monday evening, narrowly beating underdog Stephanie Roche to the title. Roche was hoping to be named the first female winner of the coveted award for her stunning goal for Peamount United against Wexford Youths Women, which went viral last year with over six million views online. But she just missed out to the Real Madrid flyer, who claimed 42 per cent of the public vote to Roche’s 33 per cent.

Robin van Persie’s inspired diving header for Holland was also included in the three-strong shortlist, with the Manchester United striker coming third with 11 per cent of the 3.3 million votes cast. Check out all three goals and let us know if you think they should have voted differently… SECOND PLACE – Stephanie Roche THIRD PLACE – Robin van Persie “