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Heavyweight prospect Tony Johnson Jr. added to Bellator roster, fights at Bellator 41

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Former King of the Cage heavyweight champ Tony Johnson Jr. (5-1 MMA, 0-0 BFC) is Bellator Fighting Championships' latest acquisition.

The former Ohio State wrestler and four-time NCAA Division I All-American makes his debut for the promotion at Bellator 41 against an opponent yet to be named.

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Honestly, I think Bellator are starting to solidify their place as the number 2 mma organization in the world. They're building their roster up very nicely adding a bunch of prospects.

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Post #1   4/7/11 11:17:47AM   

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Posted by Budgellism

Honestly, I think Bellator are starting to solidify their place as the number 2 mma organization in the world. They're building their roster up very nicely adding a bunch of prospects.



I completely agree with this, they definitely have a knack for signing up and coming talent, and their roster is full of guys that could turn out to be stars.

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Post #2   4/7/11 11:23:12AM   

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Posted by Budgellism

Honestly, I think Bellator are starting to solidify their place as the number 2 mma organization in the world. They're building their roster up very nicely adding a bunch of prospects.



I completely agree with this, they definitely have a knack for signing up and coming talent, and their roster is full of guys that could turn out to be stars.



They're making all the right moves and they have a president with arguably as much passion as Dana does. They're only going to get bigger and more popular. I'm thinking this is one organization that the ufc won't and can't get their hands on.

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Post #3   4/7/11 11:29:18AM