Juan Archuleta Next Bellator Bantamweight Champion

Juan Archuleta, One of the best Bellator Bantamweights and one of the best Bantamweights in the world. Juan Archuleta before signing with Bellator was a top Bantamweight Prospect and the King of the Cage Featherweight Champion. In the near future Juan will be the Bellator Bantamweight Champion!!

Juan Archuleta

  • 31 years old
  • 22-1 record
  • KOTC Featherweight Champion
  • KOTC Catchweight Champion
  • 17 win streak
  • CFL Featherweight Champion
  • TFE Featherweight Champion
    7 KO’s

Juan Archuleta may be challenging Bellator champion, Darrion Caldwell, for his title according to a social media post late Tuesday night. Archuleta shared a photo of himself and Caldwell with a caption that alludes to a potential fight being in the works between the two bantamweights. https://www.google.com/amp/s/fansided.com/2019/03/13/darrion-caldwell-vs-juan-archuletta-works/amp/

“In the works now,” Archuleta wrote. “[Darrion Caldwell] [Bellator] thanks [Scott Coker go time. Let’s hope he goes through with it.” https://www.google.com/amp/s/fansided.com/2019/03/13/darrion-caldwell-vs-juan-archuletta-works/amp/

Darrion Caldwell is having his rematch against Kyoji Horiguchi on June 14 Bellator 222. Darrion trying to defeat Kyoji Horiguchi, However after that fight Juan can get his title fight next Darrion Caldwell. Juan is well deserved of that title shot because he won all of his fights with Bellator!!

“If they (Rizin) want the rematch with Darrion (Caldwell vs. Horiguchi) they can have it, or if I win the fight and get the title and they want to fight me, it makes it all the more sweeter.” https://cagesidepress.com/2019/03/13/juan-archuleta-bellator-interview/

Bellator 222 will find out if Darrion Caldwell beats Kyoji Horiguchi, If Darrion wins that will increase the popularity of him as a fighter, Beating one of the best Bantamweights in the world. Darrion by beating Rizin Bantamweight Champion will hype his status as a fighter and Juan will have a smile on his face, More viewers watching the main event fight between Darrion Caldwell and Juan Archuleta.

Eduardo Dantas will switch things up for his return to the Bellator cage.

The former Bellator bantamweight champion has decided to move up to 145 pounds and take on Juan Archuleta in the main card portion of Bellator 222 at Madison Square Garden, New York, on June 14, promotion officials confirmed to MMA Fighting. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.mmafighting.com/platform/amp/2019/5/28/18643004/eduardo-dantas-moves-up-to-featherweight-faces-juan-archuleta-at-bellator-222

On the same card, Bellator 222 Juan Archuleta will be fighting Eduardo Dantas I assume for the #1 Contender for the Bantamweight Title. It will be a tough fight for Juan as Dantas is a classy Bellator veteran but I believe Juan will win the fight!!

Truly believe Juan Archuleta will beat Darrion Caldwell because of how talented and a world class of a fighter Juan is. Juan is a world class college wrestler from Purdue and trains with world class MMA Fighters.

Archuleta is a life-long wrestler. He currently trains with UFC bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw and former UFC title challenger Cub Swanson at the Treigning Lab in his native California, under his mentor, Joe “Daddy” Stevenson, the Ultimate Fighter Season 2 winner and former UFC title challenger. https://mma-today.com/bellator-signs-mulit-divison-kotc-champ-juan-archuleta

Juan Archuleta can train, spar, wrestle with TJ Dillashaw, Cub Swanson and be coached by the genius Duane Ludwig than Juan can absolutely win the fight against Caldwell. Juan won multiple titles for couple MMA promotions and it’s time for Juan to add the Bellator Bantamweight Title to his list!!

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