Fan Sided first reported the card change, but the nature of Anderson’s injury or how long the fighter is expected to be out of action for isn’t known at this time. Page is also expected to remain on the card at this time, as Bellator officials are seeking a replacement for him to fight.
Page (15-1-0) has won eleven of twelve bouts under the Bellator MMA banner, last defeating Richard Kiely by first round knockout at Bellator Dublin. Page competed in the Bellator Welterweight World Grand Prix, making it to the semi-finals before losing to eventual winner Douglas Lima. Page has previously headlined one Bellator card, which was a unanimous decision win over Paul Daley at Bellator 216.
Bellator London takes place on Saturday, November 23 from the SSE Arena in London, England with MVP and an opponent to be announced headlining. Fightful is going to be providing live coverage of the event, which streams live on the Bellator App.