The number four UFC light heavyweight, Corey Anderson, has left the roster of the biggest MMA promotion by signing a long-term deal with Bellator MMA.
The transition of the 30-year-old fighter, with reference to Bellator officials, was reported by the ESPN resource.
The winner of the 19th season of TUF, Corey Anderson, fought 15 fights under the UFC banner, scoring ten wins and suffering five losses.
The last fight of the light heavyweight was in February of this year, losing in a potential challenger match by knockout in the first round to Jan Blakhovich.
When Anderson will make his Bellator debut, and who will be his rival, there is no definitive information yet.