Bellator Welterweight Division is stacked with Douglas Lima, Yaroslav Amosov, Ed Ruth, Andrey Koreshkov. Scott Coker loves signing All American Wrestlers and Logan Storley is All-American Wrestler from Minnesota.
Logan Storley signed with Bellator in 2017 and is now 6-0 with Bellator. Impressive wins over Ion Pascu and AJ Matthews.
27 years old bright future ahead of him with Bellator going into the 2020 Bellator season. Rising up the Bellator Welterweight Rankings.
Logan Storley 2020 Two Fights
Logan Storley defeating two tough Bellator Welterweights in his career, Deserves to fight tougher Bellator Welterweights that can test Storley with striking and compete against his D-1 Wrestling ability.
Storley begin the 2020 season against Jason Jackson who gave Ed Ruth a really tough fight. Storley vs Jackson be a intriguing test for Logan Storley.
Grappling MMA Fan’s Dream Fight would be Logan Storley vs Neiman Gracie. Storley vs Gracie be a Bellator Welterweight Contender Fight. Main Card Fight.
Adding two more significant wins to Logan’s Bellator Career will help him become a contender entering into the Bellator 2021 Season.
Lorenz Larkin, Andrey Koreshkov 2021
Facing Lorenz Larkin former UFC Welterweight, Top Bellator Welterweight will be the toughest fight in his career. Storley vs Larkin will be a Bellator Main Event as Scott Coker can promote and build the 28/29 year old Welterweight.
Other option for Logan Storley is facing one of the best Welterweights to not fight in the UFC, Andrey Koreshkov. Another fight that can make Storley a top five Welterweight.
Depending what happens with Storley, If he wins against Larkin or Koreshkov he can be a contender in 2021. The Logan Storley contract, Scheduling his next fight.
Storley can fight Douglas Lima or Yaroslav Amosov for the Bellator Welterweight Title by 2021 or 2022.