“Eddie is happy about the shakeup. He wasn’t happy with the way things were being run. I don’t think that’s any secret, so Eddie was very happy to hear there’s been a change in management. Eddie respects Viacom very much, and he’s always told me that.”
“Everything we requested (from the former management team) down to the littlest thing was always a debate,” he said. “So we think this is the best for Bellator, and as far as whether he would stay with Bellator long-term or not, until we sit down with Scott, it’s really hard to say.”
In a recent interview with MMAJunkie.com, Eddie Alvarez rep, Glenn Robinson discussed the fighter’s future at Bellator MMA where he’s the promotion’s current lightweight champion.