Radial basis function network is used in fuzzy regression analysis without predefined functional relationship between the input and the output. The proposed approach is a fuzzification of the connection weights between the hidden and the output layers. This fuzzy network is trained by a hybrid learning algorithm, where self-organized learning is used for training the parameters of the hidden units and supervised learning is used for updating the weights between the hidden and the output layers. The c-mean clustering method and the k-nearest-neighbor heuristics are used for the self-organized learning. The supervised learning is carried out by solving a linear possibilistic programming problem. Techniques for the generalization of the network are also proposed. Numerical examples are used to illustrate and to test the performances of the approach.