The promotion announced the bout today through Twitter, although its position on the card isn’t known at this time.
Scope (10-3-0) is winless thus far under the Bellator MMA banner, having dropped bouts to the duo of Patricky Pitbull and Peter Queally. Scope hasn’t picked up a victory in over two years, with that last win coming over UFC veteran Mickael Lebout at BAMMA 33. Scope has competed a total of thirteen times as a professional MMA fighter and three of those bouts went the distance.
Redmond (15-8-0) has won two of three in Bellator MMA, with those wins coming over Sergio De Jesus Santos and Charlie Leary. Redmond went winless during a two fight stint in the UFC, having dropped bouts to Mirsad Bektic and Robert Whiteford. Redmond went undefeated during his stint as an amateur MMA fighter, which includes a win over Artem Lobov.
Bellator Dublin takes place on Saturday, February 22 from the 3 Arena in Dublin, Ireland with James Gallagher and Cal Ellenor headlining. Fightful is providing live coverage of the event, which streams live on the Bellator App.