Bellator Paris: Patchy Mix Ready to Take Over “Not Just the Division But the Promotion”

Las Vegas, NV — Bellator bantamweight champ Patchy Mix returns to action at Bellator Paris, putting his title on the line against Magomed Magomedov next month.

Now under the ownership of the PFL, Bellator is carrying on as the Bellator Champions Series, and it seems that Mix will be, well, in the mix for some time to come.

“I signed a new deal right before Sergio [Pettis] and Patricio [Pitbull] had fought. Right after I won the grand prix,” Mix told Cageside Press this past Friday, while in attendance at the PFL 2 card in Las Vegas. “And then they had merged. I have a lot of fights left on my deal, so I’m going to be with PFL for a while.”

Mix plans on becoming a face of the promotion, in fact.

“I’m ready to take over not just the division but the promotion, to show that I’m the most exciting fighter, the best finisher in the whole league,” exclaimed Mix. “19-1, I’m fighting a very good, formidable opponent May 17, six weeks from now, in Paris. I’m the co-main event, I think I should be the main event, but I think I’m going to finish the guy, put him to sleep and show I think everyone in the world who the best 135lb’er is.”

Watch the full PFL 2 media appearance by Patchy Mix above.