great live events on a consistent basis. And you're going to see a ton of shoulder programming.
And then in addition to that, in this Mo centric piece of momentum, you're going to see Mo transitioning between Impact and Bellator on the same Spike network. So I think you combine all of those pieces and you put that puzzle together and it paints a great picture because we've got an awful lot working toward the development of this brand, the development of the impact brand and also the development of fighters like Mo, like our 55 pound champ, Michael Chandler, like (Eduardo Dontis), like (Pat Curren) and like (Ben Aston) and like many others that, as we transition to Spike, you're going to see a ton of programming building these guys out as the superstars that they should be recognized as.
Peter Lampasona: Okay, and just one last question before I go - your answer reminded me of that - can we look forward to more Mo based puns as the season goes on?
Kevin: Well, you started it with Mo-mentum, Peter.
Peter Lampasona: All right, thank you very much and congratulations Mo.
Operator: And we'll go next to Eddie Goldman with No Holds Barred.
Eddie Goldman: Thank you very much. Hello everybody. Hey Mo. First question is for you. As you know, about a century ago, Catch as Catch Can Wrestling later laid the basis for both modern pro wrestling and also American folk style wrestling and later had a greater influence on mixed martial arts. Now that you're going to be doing some serious training in pro wrestling, do you think you may be able to learn some of the catch moves and possibly learn something that you can incorporate into your MMA game?
King Mo: Well, that's the plan. I really want to do something, you know, that's the way I wanted to try to do anyway. You know, but we'll see what happens. I'm going to try to learn as much as I can and aim moves that can cross that - that I can bring over from pro wrestling to MMA. I'm going to try to do them especially at least a knock out or a submission. I'm going to do it.
Eddie Goldman: Well, I know you know how to do the knockouts and I know you trained in boxing and you've been a student of boxing as well, but you mentioned Jujitsu, but in terms of the catch submissions and that whole attitude, have you done much training in that or would you want to increase your training in that both in TNA and in Bellator?
King Mo: Well, you know, I'm looking to increase my knowledge in catch wrestling. And I'm going to work it. I'm going to holler at (Barnett) after he's done fighting (Daniel) because (Dan)'s my boy.
But after that fight, I'm going to reach out to (Barnett) pick his brain here and there and watch them, do whatever it takes to become a better all around fighter and wrestler. So, yes, I'm open to that and I will do it.
Eddie Goldman: All right, I don't know contractually could you compete in any of these catch tournaments that are going on which really you're - are amateur tournaments at this point. Can you do that or you've just got to stick with TNA and Bellator?
King Mo: Well, it's like this, I'm not sure if I would because I'm not trying to get injured when I really get paid to do pro wrestling and MMA. You know, and I think it would be a bad move, you know.
Eddie Goldman: Okay, and a question also for Bjorn. I know you're thinking of your vacation in a few years and here's something that might delay it or ruin it. Do you have plans to do more international work with Bellator outside of North America particularly with the developing Asian anime organizations? Obviously, you know, Mo and ((inaudible)) and is pretty well known in Asia at this point. Any plans to do something with them?
Bjorn Rebney: Yes, absolutely. I mean, look, one of the magical things we've got going here is that Impact's got great reach internationally in terms of their content and their shows. Bellator has got some spectacular reach internationally right now. You know, our events down in Brazil have been doing - have been averaging just under 3 million viewers per show.
We just did a new pan regional deal with Celestial Tiger in Asia which is averaging huge numbers per show. So the saturation that we're seeing overseas, and you know it better than anybody in terms of the history of wrestling, one of the reasons that wrestling has had such success overseas internationally is because they set the framework vis a vis doing television.
We're enjoying great television success overseas in a lot of territories right now and ultimately that'll set the table and already is setting the table for some international events.
You know, it could be in Asia. Mo has had great success in Asia. Mo has looked like a million dollars over there and could ultimately find ourselves in South America, Europe and some other territories where we're hitting some great numbers and (Pre Mel), our international distribution partner has just been knocking the ball out of the park for us. So yes, that table is being set right now and we can see ourselves doing some international events in the next year to 18 months and Mo would surely be a great person to have in them because he's going to have these two epic platforms, vis a vis, Impact and Bellator and Spike to set the table for him.
Eddie Goldman: All right, thank you. Congrats to everybody and I hope all this works out.
Male: Thanks Eddie.
Male: Okay, everybody, I believe that's the last question. Thank you all for joining us. Again, hit me up if you'