Bellator Fighting Championship (BFC), founded in 2008, is still in its infancy as an MMA promotion. Despite its youth the organization is affixed with deepening talent pools and world class prospects, from the fresh blooded young guns to the veterans that were released from larger promotions for one reason or another. Questions have arisen about what organizations would be best suited for Bellator’s elite when they move up in the MMA rankings and find a new promotion to call home. How would they fare in, say, Strikeforce or the UFC’s talent filled divisions? Could they compete against top level challengers? Take “The Warrior Princess” Zoila Frausto (8-1), Dan Hornbuckle (18-3), Ben Askren (7-0), Cole Konrad (7-0), and Neil Grove (10-3) – how would they fare against the rest of the MMA world? What about Eddie Alvarez (19-2) and “Shango” Hector Lombard (26-2)? These two warriors are the reigning champions of Bellator and are also considered two of the best fighters in the world, both in their weight classes and the pound-for-pound rankings. MMA Gospel explores what life after Bellator will be like for these fighters.