Former WWE superstar turned heavyweight mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter Bobby Lashley has reportedly found a new home with Super Fight League (SFL) as on Friday (April 26, 2013) news surfaced "The Dominator" signed a multi-year contract with the India-based organization.
MMA Sucka first announced the signing; however, the promotion nor the 36-year-old has made a formal statement confirming the news.
The MMA Sucka report made no mentioned the financial terms of the contract or a potential opponent for Lashley's next fight under the SFL banner.
Lashley (7-2) has not competed since May 2012 at SFL 3 where he lost a unanimous decision to MMA journeyman James Thompson for his second defeat in his past four bouts.
The native of Colorado has had an inconsistent MMA career since his professional debut in 2008, only fighting nine times against low-tier competition.
Lashley made a majority of his career fame as a professional wrestler under the WWE banner, but did managed to compete for the now-defunct Strikeforce organization where he racked up an even 1-1 record, most notably losing to Chad Griggs.
Since parting ways with Strikeforce, Lashley has only fought three times. But perhaps this newest deal will mean a more active career from hereon out.
MMAmania.com will pass along the name of Lashley's opponent for his SFL debut when it becomes available.