Gegard Mousasi is not generally utilized by PFL and Bellator.

On Thursday, PFL and Bellator authorities reported that Mousasi had been let out of his agreement in the wake of undermining lawful activity over his complaints with the organization.

"Bellator has let Gegard Mousasi out of his arrangement. We want him to enjoy all that life has to offer in his next battling part," Mike Kogan, head of warrior tasks, said a proclamation delivered by the association.

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Following a long Bellator run where he filled in as a double cross middleweight champion, Mousasi as of late griped that he had really been sidelined after Bellator offered to PFL toward the finish of 2023.

Mousasi at first guaranteed that PFL authorities let him know that he made "an excessive amount of cash" in view of his past agreement, which was endorsed under the previous system at Bellator when it was possessed by Fundamental. He likewise expressed that the advancement had gone radio quiet on him as of late as he endeavored to arrive at a goal of some kind.

On Wednesday, during an appearance on The MMA Hour, Mousasi raised his grievances by possibly compromising legitimate activity over his issues with the agreement the way that the organization actually hadn't booked him for a battle since the deal was concluded this previous December.

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"As of now, I'm like, tune in, on the off chance that somebody doesn't need me, I'm like, 'F*** it. We should go.' Yet my group around me is like, 'F*** it, we'll sue them,'" Mousasi said. "In the event that it really depended on me, I would simply go, yet I don't have the foggiest idea. We'll see. The group around me is simply upset. So I think there will be legitimate activity against them.

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"Better believe it, I feel slighted in light of the fact that they would try and prefer not to get the telephone and converse with us," Mousasi proceeded. "It's not appropriate at all any longer. It's the most terrible association up until this point. I've battled in a ton of associations, this is the most obviously terrible one."

Simply a day after his most recent remarks, Mousasi was set free from his agreement.

Because of the delivery, Mousasi's supervisory crew gave an assertion to MMA Battling.

"We won't remark on the benefits of the supposed delivery right now for clear reasons," Nima Safapour, organizer behind Minutes Sports Consultancy, said in the proclamation. "In any case, we accept there is a more noteworthy example here that our local area ought to give close consideration to. For an association that over and again claims to be 'contender first,' we currently genuinely perceive how PFL treats their warriors, particularly their legends."

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At age 38, Mousasi currently turns into a free specialist yet tries to contend in the wake of filling in as a top UFC competitor for quite a long time prior to passing on to join Bellator in 2017. When there, he turned into a double cross middleweight champion until losing the belt to current champion Johnny Eblen in 2022.

Most as of late, Mousasi experienced a choice misfortune to Fabian Edwards in May 2023 in what currently fills in as his last debut under the Bellator pennant.