Michael Page, also known as ‘Venom,’ has announced his departure from Bellator MMA. What’s next for the fan-favorite fighter? Learn more about his future plans and potential return to boxing and bare-knuckle boxing.
Michael Page Departs Bellator MMA : What’s Next for ‘Venom’?
Michael Page, also known as ‘Venom,’ has announced his departure from Bellator MMA after a decade-long run with the promotion. In an interview on ‘The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani,’ Page revealed that he is currently a free agent and is looking to explore other opportunities in the MMA world.
Page expressed his desire to see what other people think of him and his fighting style, indicating that he is open to offers from outside promotions. While Bellator has the right to match any offer, Page believes that they would allow him to leave without any hassle if he chooses to do so.
With many options on the table, Page hinted at a potential return to both boxing and bare-knuckle boxing in the future. However, he surprised fans by announcing his attendance at the upcoming UFC London event.
During his time with Bellator, Page achieved a remarkable record of 17-2 and holds the record for the most knockouts in the promotion’s history. His only losses came against former champion Douglas Lima and in a controversial split-decision against Logan Storley for the interim 170-pound title.
In his most recent fight for Bellator, Page delivered a stunning knockout victory over Goiti Yamauchi in just 26 seconds. This impressive performance may serve as a memorable farewell to the promotion.
As a free agent, Page’s future in the MMA world is uncertain. However, his departure from Bellator has sparked curiosity among fans and industry insiders alike. Many are eager to see where ‘Venom’ will take his talents next.
Stay tuned for updates on Michael Page’s journey as he explores new opportunities and continues to captivate fans with his unique fighting style.