Max Rohskopf is going to get another chance on the big stage.
The one-time UFC competitor has signed a multi-fight contract to compete in Bellator MMA. Multiple outlets confirmed the deal following an initial announcement from the fighter’s management. A date and opponent for Rohskopf’s debut is currently unknown.
After winning his first five professional bouts, Rohskopf debuted in the Octagon at UFC on ESPN 11, where he famously quit on his stool after two rounds in a loss to Austin Hubbard. Rohskopf accepted the bout on one week’s notice and fatigued badly in the second round, which led to him absorbing a beating from Hubbard in the frame. The former North Carolina State University wrestler was
released from the UFC following the defeat.