Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson (32-11) was left without an opponent after Tito Ortiz was forced to withdraw from their scheduled November 2nd bout in what was to be Bellator’s debut PPV show.
With the main-event scraped, Bellator were forced to rethink the idea of the event being a PPV and instead opted to move forward with the 106 card as a regular show on ‘free TV’.
Now today Bellator officials revealed what they are to do with the other half of the main-event and that is to have him fight newly signed Joey Beltran (14-9-0-1) at Bellator 108 on November 15th.
Beltran was released from the UFC last month for the second time following a loss to Fabio Maldonado at UFC Fight Night 29. “The Mexicutioner”, who is known for his amazing chin and talent for taking punishment, is 2-6-0-1 in his past nine fights.