Bellator Fighting Championship has added another undefeated fighter to the season four lightweight tournament. The organization officially announced that Lloyd “Cupcake” Woodard will be taking part in the challenge during the fourth season which is set to start in March.
Woodward has completed professionally in MMA for two years and has developed a 10-0 record. The 26-year old Dogpound Fight Team member has finished eight of his opponents; six of those within the first frame of action.
Woodward joins a draw that includes Michael Chandler, Carey Vainer and former WEC Champion Rob McCullough as official participants. Toby Imada, Ferrid Kheder, Marcin Held and Patricky Freire are expected fighters for the eight-man, three month tournament; however they have not be confirmed by the organization at this time.
The fighters will compete for an opportunity to face current Bellator Lightweight Champion Eddie Alvarez and walk away with $100,000. First round fights have not been announced at this time.
Bellator Fighting Championships today announced the singing of seven-time UFC veteran Ben “Killa B” Saunders to it’s welterweight roster. Although Saunders will not participate in the upcoming Welterweight Tournament, “Killa B” will make his Bellator debut during Season 4. Bellator Season 4 airs LIVE on MTV2 beginning Saturday, March 5, 2011 at 9 pm.
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