TUF finalist Saul Rogers (12-2-0) takes on prior Cage Warriors featherweight name competitor Aiden Lee (7-3-0), together with both men set to produce their promotional debuts at the nighttime. The bout will soon indicate Rogers’ first competitive outing in over a year.
Former UFC fighter James Mulheron (11-3-0) can appear to dive straight back into the win column when he chooses former Cage Warriors champion Lee Chadwick (24-14-1), that moves up to light after a failure to generate the middleweight mark ahead of his Newcastle bout with Fabian Edwards.
After his successful outing in his Bellator debut against Abner Lloveras, former UFC fighter and U.K. legend “Judo” Jimmy Wallhead (30-11-0) looks to go 2-0 underneath the banner when he faces German Giorgio Pietrini (16-4-1) who dispatched his very first Bellator assignment in just 20 minutes.
Striking standout Dominique Wooding (5-2-0) can create his promotional debut at night after his Birmingham debut was called off in the hour. David Khalsa (2-4-0) can seem to kickstart a four struggle losing streak when he confronts the Titan proponent.
After his stunning debut revealing, Ashley Reece (7-1-0) will face Bellator newcomer Craig Turner (7-0-1), who’s yet to taste defeat in his career.
Bellator Birmingham is defined to be headlined by former Bellator light weight champion Brent Primus, that pits his skillets against established U.K. campaigner Tim Wilde at the night.