BELLATOR ace Ryan Scope was honoured by the response to his factors theft in opposition to Patricky Pitbull however ethical wins don’t pay the payments.
The Sunderland star regarded to have capped off a superb night time for the MMA model on the Newcastle area on February 9 with a snug choice win over the Bellator icon.
However the cageside judges scored the one-sided bout to the 33-year-old Brazilian, sparking a refrain of boos across the packed area that had been rocking for the native hero moments earlier.
Fortunately the 26-year-old light-weight has been given the possibility to bounce straight again with a slot on the Might four card in Birmingham in opposition to Derek Campos.
The MMA star informed SunSport: “I’m over the Pitbull struggle, it was arduous to take however wanting again I most likely might have completed extra to cease it going to the judges.
“I’ve obtained a lot of messages from folks telling me I received and that I must be proud however an ethical victory doesn’t pay payments.
“I’m on this for wins and win bonuses and the most effective factor about getting put straight again on to a different card is that it provides me one other probability to earn some cash.”
Earlier than Scope’s defeat soured the night, Bellator loved a sensational begin to their assault on the European market.
Brum ace Fabian Edwards earned a factors victory and the corporate is now on the highway to his hometown.
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Both cities are booming and Scope is proud to be a part of it, he said: “Sunderland and Newcastle are tough areas with fighting men so it was great to put a card on there and showcase all the local talent.
“There are probably at least five good MMA gyms in my area now that shows how much the sport has grown and there are young kids coming up all the time.
“Birmingham is the same, a tough place where MMA is booming and fans will pack out the arena.”
Tickets for Bellator Birmingham: Primus vs. Wilde are on sale now and can be purchased from TheTicketFactory.com and Bellator.com, as well as the Resorts World Arena box office.