As we know in sports there’s always going to be shake UPS where athletes will be partying ways from contracts from organizations either because they don’t like the direction it’s going or they’re unable to negotiate a new contract
On Tuesday night news will come down about MMA fighter Eddie Alvarez who fights out of Philadelphia have apparently agreed to part ways from MMA organization called One Championship which is based in Singapore.
Eddie Alvarez joined One Championship back in 2018 & made his debut in 2019 and during his time with one championship he went 1-2-1 in 4 fights, his only win came against Eduard Folayang by Submission (rear-naked choke) in August 2019.
So now with Alvarez as a free agent where will he end up there are a couple possibilities.
1. Alvarez can make his return to the UFC which stands for Ultimate Fighting Championship and headline and event back in his hometown of Philadelphia. The last time the UFC came to Philadelphia was 2019 & he has been talking for years of possibly headlining a UFC event in Philadelphia that would be something really cool to see.
2. We could see Eddie Alvarez return to Bellator as they are one of the biggest competitors to the UFC. Bellator has most of their events are exclusive to Showtime and the last time a Bellator event came to the city of Philadelphia was October 2010 and that event was held at Liacouras Center on the campus of Temple University.
3. Another option of where Eddie Alvarez could end up would be with PFL which stands for Professional Fighters League & most of their events are streamed on ESPN+ & also shown on ESPN and ESPN2. Some of their events have been held in Atlantic City which is not that far of a drive for any of his fans from Philadelphia to come.
4. The final possibility of where Eddie Alvarez could end up is a option that nobody thought he could go there and that is CFFC which stands for Cage Fury Fighting Championship & a good amount of their events are held in South Philadelphia at the 2300 Arena formerly known as the ECW Arena.
So now we sit back and wait and see what “The Underground King” Eddie Alvarez will decide and we’ll see where he will be back in the ring competing for a championship.