Former Bellator champ, Brandon Halsey, to make Legacy Preventing Alliance debut June 7 when he faces Blake Troop.
A former Bellator champion will step into the Legacy Preventing Alliance (LFA) in June on his method again into successful methods. In response to sources, former Bellator middleweight champion, Brandon Halsey will likely be making his LFA debut on June 7, when he faces Blake Troop at LFA 69 in Cabazon, CA.
Halsey hasn’t fought within the Bellator cage since shedding to John Salter at Bellator 156 in June 2016, however he hasn’t precisely been inactive both. The Southern California native went on to battle twice for Russian promotion M-1 World, thrice for the Skilled Fighters League, together with as an alternate within the PFL Gentle Heavyweight Playoffs and most just lately for Rizin in Japan. His most up-to-date bout, a loss to Jiří Procházka got here in Dec. 2018.
Troop is on a four-fight win streak, all coming by means of first-round end. He holds current wins over Clay Baines, David Zuniga, Khadzhimurat Bestaev and most just lately a 1:24 TKO of James Barnes. Troop is a two-fight LFA veteran which a penchant for trash-talking his opponent’s skilled wrestling type.
Halsey obtained the Bellator title when he defeated Alexander Shlemenko at Bellator 126. He was stripped of his title at Bellator 137 in 2015 when he missed weight by three kilos for his bout with Kendall Grove. He would go on to win the bout, however not the title. He by no means received the title again.
LFA 69 takes place on Friday, June 7, 2019, stay from the Morongo On line casino in Cabazon, CA. All the most important card may be seen on AXS TV.