On Monday afternoon Bellator MMA announced the addition of a welterweight battle between a pair of undefeated prospects in Chris Honeycutt and Clayton MacFarlane has officially been added to Bellator 133 in February. This bout finalizes the four-fight main card, which is set to air on Spike TV.

The 26-year-old Honeycutt (5-0), a former two-time NCAA Division I All-American wrestler out of Edinboro University and two-time high school state wrestling champion in his native Ohio, was last seen earning a dominant second round TKO in his promotional debut against Aaron Wilkinson at Bellator 125 in September. Prior to this win, ‘The Cutt’ won his first four professional bouts under the UPC Unlimited banner

Meanwhile, MacFarlane (4-0), who will be making his Bellator MMA debut, built an undefeated mark through his first four career contests while competing on California’s regional scene. MacFarlane also boasts a collegiate wrestling background, as he was a 2012 NCAA Division II Wrestling Champion while competing for Missouri’s Lindenwood University Saint Charles.

Bellator 133 is currently scheduled will take place at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, CA. The main card airs on Spike TV following prelims on MMAjunkie.com. A middleweight battle between knockout artist Melvin Manhoef and former champion Alexander Shlemenko will serve as the main event.

Tickets for the event are currently on sale and can be purchased at The Save Mart Center box office, Ticketmaster.com or Bellator.com. The evening’s main card will air on Spike TV.

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