Bellator Champions Series To Stream On Max

Bellator On Max
Bellator On Max

PFL chairman Donn Davis announced that the Bellator Champions Series will stream on Max in 2024 at no extra cost.

He made the announcement on X.


@BellatorMMA on @StreamonMax

90 million MAX subscribers in US can all enjoy Bellator Champions Series fight events in 2024 at no extra cost.”

The promotion has bounced around networks throughout it’s existence, even tried a PPV one time, but it has struggled to find a solid broadcasting home. Most recently it has streamed on Showtime, Paramount+/CBS and Amazon Prime among others.

Their complete library will also be available on Max

PFL acquired Bellator in 2023 following months of rumor and speculation from media, fans and fighters alike. Following the purchase it was announced that it would remain for a while, but mostly overseas with the Champions Series.

With the purchase of Bellator came questions of where the promotion could be streamed, and after a quick stint on ESPN+ with PFL vs. Bellator, they’ve found a home on Max.

No word as of now as to the details of the deal including amount or length.

The most recent event set PFL vs. Bellator champions against each other in Riyahd, Saudi Arabia. The event was broadcast on PPV on ESPN+ and headlined by PFL heavyweight champion Renan Ferreira and Bellator heavyweight champion Ryan Bader.

Ferreira defeated Bader via knockout just seconds into the first round.

More details on the deal are expected soon.