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Bellator signs LFA lightweight champion Bryce Logan to multifight contract

The list of LFA champions who have signed with Bellator in recent weeks continues to grow.

LFA lightweight champion Bryce Logan is the latest promotional titleholder to sign a multifight deal with Bellator, joining light heavyweight champion Alex Polizzi, featherweight champion Justin Gonzales and welterweight champion Jaleel Willis on the roster.

Logan’s management team confirmed the news on Instagram after it was first revealed in a recent episode of “Inside LFA.”

Logan (12-4 MMA, 0-1 BMMA) is expected to make his return to Bellator in the coming weeks, but no fight has been finalized.

At Bellator 204 in August 2018, Logan competed in a one-off for the promotion, losing a split decision to Demarques Jackson. Since then, Logan has gone 3-1. After beating Kenneth Glenn and Jonas Flok, Logan earned LFA gold in July, defeating Dana White’s Contender Series alumnus Jacob Rosales by unanimous decision.

Logan, 30, has finished four of his 12 professional victories inside the distance. A member of Fight Ready MMA, Logan’s only career losses have come against Jackson, UFC alumni Te Edwards and Grant Dawson, and PFL lightweight Nate Andrews.

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