Former WWE star Bobby Lashley signs multi-year contract with Super Fight League

by • April 26, 2013 • Asian MMA, NewsComments (1)

India’s number one MMA promotion Super Fight League (SFL) has added a monster to their roster, as they have signed former WWE superstar Bobby Lashley.

MMASucka.com has learned from sources close to the promotion that they have locked up Lashley to a multi-year exclusive contract.

Lashley (7-2) was the former WWE World Champion and made his transition to mixed martial arts in 2008. He started off his career on a five-fight winning streak, beating well known names like Bob Sapp and Wes Simms. “The Dominator” signed a deal with the now defunct Strikeforce organization and went 1-1, with his lone loss to Chad Griggs.

Most recently the 36-year old heavyweight fought and lost a decision to former PRIDE star James Thompson at SFL 3 last May.

Lashley trains in Aurora, Colorado with American Top Team Altitude.

He is rumored to make his second appearance with the India based promotion some time this June.

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