Not a joke.
Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) play-by-play man Mike Goldberg, who watched his family get destroyed after 15 years of loyal bonding, maybe have a soft cushion to land on after falling under the WME | IMG sword.
That’s courtesy of mixed martial arts (MMA) savior Scott Coker, the former Strikeforce head cheese who now runs Bellator MMA on Spike TV, with a Viacom payroll that can afford to keep pace with UFC.
#Bellator president Scott Coker says he’s talking with Mike Goldberg about potentially filling event dates PBP man Sean Grande can’t fulfil.
— Simon Head (@simonhead) February 9, 2017
I guess the signing spree is not exclusive to just fighters.
The separation didn’t keep Goldberg from UFC live events (proof), but if and when he attends future show, he’ll be witness to the promotion’s new three-man broadcast booth comprised of Jon Anik, Joe Rogan, and Daniel Cormier (details).
Bellator MMA, meanwhile, will continue to keep Sean Grande in the broadcast booth until further notice, so perhaps Goldie can fill the role Anik did when the latter was handling “Fight Night” cards.
Unless these folks come calling.
Source:: mma mania