Chris Davis Signs With Bellator As Participant Of Light Heavyweight Tournament

Former U.S. Marine Chris Davis is the most recent signee to Bellator's fourth season. "The Professional" will compete as part of the light heavyweight tournament alongside Nik Fekete, D.J. Linderman and others. From Bellator:

Bellator Fighting Championships has signed the dynamic Chris Davis to its growing list of light heavyweights. After spending over four years serving the United States as a  Marine, "The Professional" will bring his skills to the cage in hopes of becoming the first ever Bellator Light Heavyweight Champion in the first ever Bellator Light Heavyweight Tournament, airing LIVE this March on MTV2.

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That attitude has earned Davis an impressive 10-2 record, including wins against Strikeforce alum Francisco France, Bellator veteran Brian Imes, and fast rising Chris Bell. Having never gone the distance once in his professional career, Davis is tenacious in the cage, using his aggression to overmatch his opponents early in the fight. Davis has won his last three fights by knockout, and has seven first round stoppages to his name.

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