Former UFC bantamweight turned flyweight veteran Chico Camus has officially signed with Resurrection fighting Alliance.

The promotion announced the news on their Twitter account on Thursday afternoon.

Camus (14–7), a Roufusport product, was most recently recently released from the UFC in December after dropping a decision to former title contender Kyoji Horiguchi.

This marked Camus’ second straight decision loss, with his previous being to current flyweight title contender and Olympic gold medalist Henry Cejudo, and third in his last four fights.

“King,” who holds notable victories of Brad Pickett and Kang Kyung-Ho has earned seven career stoppage wins, including four by way of (T)KO.

There is currently no word who Camus’s first opponent will or when he will debut with the promotion.

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