Three more bouts have been added to the growing Bellator 206 card according to MMA Fighting as Adam Piccolotti faces James Terry, Gaston Bolanos faces Ysidro Gutierrez and Justin Smitley faces Jeremiah Labiano.
Piccolotti (10-2-0) has won just one of his last three under the Bellator MMA banner, with that victory coming over Carrington Banks at Bellator 199. Piccolotti has suffered just two defeats as a professional MMA fighter, but he has yet to be defeated by way of KO/TKO.
Terry (20-9-0) enters the contest on the strength of a four bout winning streak, last defeating Danasabe Mohammed at Bellator 199. Terry is a longtime veteran of the Strikeforce promotion, where the fighter won six of ten bouts while competing there.
Bolanos (3-1-0) has spent his entire professional MMA career competing in Bellator, where the fighter defeated the trio of Malcom Hill, Rick Gutierrez and Abner Perez. Bolanos has competed four times as a professional MMA fighter and none of his bouts went past the second round.
Gutierrez (3-2-0) is going to be making his Bellator MMA debut in this bout and does so without picking up a win in nearly a year. Gutierrez has won just one of three in the Tachi Palace Fights, with that lone win coming over Art Hernandez at TPF 33.
Smitley (10-7-1) is back in action for the first time in almost three years, with his last bout being a win over Art Arciniega at Bellator 148. Smitley suffered seven defeats as a professional MMA fighter, with two losses coming to UFC veterans Andre Fili and Joseph Benavidez.
Labiano (11-6-0) has won two of three under the Bellator MMA banner, with those wins coming over the duo of Alvin Cacdac and Vince Murdock. Labiano is also a former West Coast Fighting Championship and Conquer Fighting Championships Featherweight Champion.
Bellator 206 takes place on Saturday, September 29 from the SAP Center in San Jose, California with Gegard Mousasi and Rory MacDonald headlining. Fightful is providing live coverage of the event, which streams live on DAZN.