Bellator MMA Signs 4-Time NCAA Division II National Champion Wrestler Joey Davis

By Tristen Critchfield Jun 15, 2016
Bellator MMA has added another decorated wrestler to its roster.

The California-based promotion announced on Wednesday that it has signed Joey Davis, a four-time NCAA Division II national champion, to an exclusive multi-year, multi-fight contract. Davis compiled a 131-0 record during his tenure at Ohio’s Notre Dame College, making him the first Division II wrestler to go unbeaten and win four titles in his career.

Davis will compete in Bellator’s welterweight division and is expected to make his promotional debut before the end of 2016. Davis will train at Antonio McKee’s Body Shop Gym in Long Beach, Calif., alongside childhood friend and current Bellator talent A.J. McKee, according to a release.

“With God you can achieve anything, and I’m gonna do it with high fashion,” Davis said. “Joining Bellator is my latest achievement to date.  I don’t remember what it’s like to lose, and I’m not planning on finding out any time soon.”


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