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The Showstopper is back.

Bellator’s ninth-ranked lightweight, Peter Queally, will return to action in an arena he knows well on Saturday, February 25 where he will take on American fighter Bryce Logan — who will be making his European mixed martial arts debut at the event. The fight will come 11 years to the day after Queally made his professional MMA debut; a decision win against Kieran O’Donnell all the way back in 2012, and it will also come just days after ‘The Showstopper’ celebrates his 38th birthday.

Queally, the former number one contender in the Bellator lightweight frame, will be looking to get back into the win column after dropping a five-round decision to former UFC champion Benson Henderson in September, as well as a defeat against Patricky Pitbull in what was his first world title fight for the organisation.

Prior to that, Queally wracked up successive finishes of Ryan Scope, and Patricky Pitbull in their first encounter.

Queally will also be joined on the card by the promising Ciaran Clarke who will be looking to increase his unbeaten record to 7-0 against Scotland’s Keir Harvie.

The main event will see the unbeaten, 26-0 middleweight champion Yaroslav Amosov take on interim champion Logan Storely for the undpisputed 185-pounds crown, while SBG Ireland’s Pedro Carvalho competes in the co-main event in a featherweight fight against the 18-3 Jeremy Kennedy.

Tickets for the event are on sale now.