Bellator Signs Former Olympian Undefeated Heavy Weight Ali Isaev

Bellator Signs Former Olympian Undefeated HeavyWeight Ali Isaev

Bellator MMA has strengthened its heavyweight division by signing undefeated (9-0) contender Ali Isaev. A skilled wrestler, Isaev competed in freestyle wrestling at the 2008 Summer Olympics, where he finished seventh overall for Azerbaijan.

Bellator Signs Former Olympian Undefeated Heavy Weight Ali Isaev
Bellator Signs Former Olympian Undefeated Heavy Weight Ali Isaev

Eight years after the Olympic Games, Isaev made his professional mixed martial arts (MMA) debut in Russia under the Fight Nights Global banner, with a good record (4–0). He then signed an agreement to compete in the Professional Fighters League (PFL) in 2019 as a participant in the £265 tournament and won four in a row over a period of 7 months to win that year’s title.

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There is currently no timetable for Isaev’s debut, but we probably won’t see him competing inside the Bellator cage until early 2023.

Apart from this great addition to the 265-pound division, the promotion also announced that it had resigned several fighters for contract extensions, including Kana Watanabe, Tyrell Fortune, Gadzi Rabadanov, Sullivan Cooley, Brian Moore, and Norbert Novene Jr.

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