BAMMA heavyweight champion, Mark Godbeer has signed a multi-fight deal with the world's biggest MMA organization – the UFC. The news was confirmed through Godbeer's Twitter account on Wednesday, and was also reported by FloCombat.
Godbeer will be entering the UFC on a three-fight win streak, with all wins being stoppages. This latest streak includes knockout or technical knockout wins over Stuart Austin, Paul Taylor and Thomas Denham. The 32-year-old heavyweight last competed at BAMMA 25 in May where he defeated Austin via technical knockout.
Godbeer's most recent loss was at Bellator 102 in 2013 when he lost to MMA veteran and former UFC fighter, Cheick Congo in the main event of the card. The official stoppage came at the 2:04 minute mark of round two.
Godbeer began his career as a professional fighter in 2009, and now has a professional MMA record of 11-2.
Godbeer's promotional debut has yet to be announced by the promotion.