Season two of Fight Master remains a mystery. Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney is too involved with Season 9, which includes the promotion’s first pay-per-view.
“There’s no official announcement on Fight Master,” said Rebney. “It’s a good show; Joe [Warren] was great, Frank [Shamrock] was great. But there’s no official statement on that at this point. It’s literally not the central focus of what we’re doing right now.”
The other two coaches included UFC hall of famer Randy Couture and trainer Greg Jackson. The show averaged around 500,000 viewers during their 10 week run on Spike TV.
Fight Master’s concept was fighters being allowed to select their coaches. The finals have been postponed as Joe Riggs is injured.