Bellator MMA bantamweight prospect, Patrick ‘No Love’ Mix has extended his stay under the promotion’s banner, as he puts pen to paper on a new multi-fight deal.
The undefeated contender has managed three of his thirteen professional victories under the Bellator MMA stewardship, with three consecutive submissions coming against fellow prospect, Ricky Bandejas, the late Isaiah Chapman, and Yuki Motoya – with the latter coming in a New Year’s Eye excursion at the co-promoted Bellator vs. RIZIN event last December.
Mix, 26, revealed the news of his re-signing with the promotion on his Facebook page, yesterday evening.
“I Resigned my second multi fight contract with one of the top mma promotion (sic) in the world at the beginning of the year. Even though this year 2020 has been hard the light at the end of the tunnel is that Bellator will be home to myself and family for many years to come. After this pandemic (COVID-19) I’m excited to get back to work and chasing these dreams!“
The Buffalo-born grappler occasionally plys his trade at Jackson-Wink MMA in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and spent nine fights under the King Of The Cage banner before his Bellator MMA debut opposite Bandejas in June of last year. During his time with King Of The Cage, Mix managed a victory over UFC bantamweight prospect, Andre Ewell.
In his three outings last year, Mix spent just over six minutes in action, securing all three victories inside the opening round. The 26-year-old is judged as one of the most promising prospects the promotion has to offer, in a division which touts fellow rising contenders, James Gallagher, Cal Ellenor, Leandro Higo, Josh Hill, Sergio Pettis, and recent gold-holder, Kyoji Horiguchi.