Maybe I'm reading this wrong, but isn't it suggesting that Randy signed with Spike and that there's potentially more in that contract than just the Bellator series?
The way I see it, Randy needs media exposure as he's (seemingly) seriously pursuing his Hollywood career. Right now, the UFC isn't positioned to expand his public image, so Spike is a better fit. Maybe I'm a jerk, but that doesn't seem disloyal at all to me.
"If it was old school MMA I would just take @bisping down and lay on him til he died of starvation."