A new threat is reportedly making his way to the Bellator MMA Welterweight Division as the promotion has signed Jordan Mein to a contract.
Aaron Bronsteter of TSN first reported the signing, but the exact length of the contract or any financial numbers associated with the deal weren’t revealed at this time.
Mein (31-12-0) comes into the promotion on the strength of a two fight winning streak, defeating the duo of Erick Silva and Alex Morono. Mein went 5-4-0 during his time in the UFC, with notable victories coming over Mike Pyle, Dan Miller and the aforementioned Silva. Mein hasn’t competed in well over a year, as his last bout took place at UFC On Fox 30 in July of 2018. Mein has seen his last four fights go the distance and it has been over five years since the fighter got a finish. Mein has picked up thirty one wins as a professional MMA fighter and more than half of them came by way of KO/TKO.
There is no word at this time as to when Mein will make his promotional debut, but the fighter will enter a weight class currently ruled by Douglas Lima.