Bellator 250 has its co-headliner, as Henry Corrales will square off against Brandon Girtz in a featherweight affair.
Sherdog.com confirmed the booking with a promotion official on Tuesday following a report from MMAjunkie.com. Bellator 250 takes place at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut, on Oct. 29, and is headlined by a middleweight title tilt between Gegard Mousasi and Douglas Lima.
Corrales was eliminated in the opening round of the featherweight grand prix by Darrion Caldwell at Bellator 228 before falling to Juan Archuleta in his most recent appearance at Bellator 238 on Jan. 25. Prior to that, the 34-year-old Fight Ready representative had won five straight bouts within the California-based promotion, a streak that included triumphs against the likes of Aaron Pico, Noad Lahat and Georgi Karakhanyan.
Girtz, meanwhile, has won just two of his last seven fights dating back to 2016. In his first appearance of 2020, the Genesis Training Center export dropped a unanimous verdict to Myles Jury at Bellator 239.
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