The Bellator MMA roster is seemingly growing by the day because a report from MMA Fighting is saying that the promotion has inked both James Mulheron and Alfie Davis to multi-fight contracts.
Mulheron (11-2-0) is coming off of a one fight stint in the UFC, dropping a decision at Justin Willis at UFC Fight Night Glasgow. Mulheron had a second fight booked in the UFC, but failed a USADA issued drug test, but the suspension from the test failure ends in November of this year. Mulheron has fought thirteen times as a professional MMA fighter and none of those bouts have ended by way of submission.
Davis (9-2-0) has already competed once under the Bellator MMA banner, having defeated Jay Dods by first round TKO at Bellator 179. Davis started off his professional MMA career by primarily competed in the Ultimate Challenge MMA promotion, winning five of six fights in that organization. Davis is also going to be returning to action for the first time in about a year, with his last bout happening in December of 2017.
There is no word yet as to when either fighter will compete in the promotion or whom those opponents are going to be when that time comes.
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