Bellator has signed new deals with rising contenders Julius Anglickas and Valentin Moldavksy, as confirmed to Knockdown News by multiple sources with knowledge of the situation. The new contracts allow the two prospects to continue what have been undefeated run for both thus far.
Moldavsky has been part of the Bellator roster since 2017 now. He has competed five times in their cage, coming up victorious in all showings. His last win was the most notable on his career thus far, as he defeated Roy Nelson via unanimous decision in August.
Previous wins for Moldavsky have come against Bellator veterans like Javy Ayala and Linton Vassell.
Anglickas scored his third consecutive win in Bellator earlier this month, fighting to a decision victory over Gregory Milliard. The light heavyweight is currently on a nine-fight win streak which includes three wins in Bellator.
Anglickas was recently announced as the alternate for the Bellator Light Heavyweight Grand Prix following his win at Bellator 257. The eight-man bracket was recently reported to receive a vacancy, as Yoel Romero was pulled out of his May 7th bout against Anthony Johnson.