After months of uncertainty as the COVID pandemic kept New Castle native Dalton Rosta out of action, the unbeaten highly touted 24-year-old will be in action tonight for the second time in less than three months.
Rosta, who is 3-0 in his professional career after running the table with a perfect amateur MMA and boxing career looked dominating his last time out as he scored a first round victory over Mark Gardner as the referee was forced to stop the action after the opening round at Bellator 243.
Tonight, Rosta will step up the competition for his toughest challenge to date at Belletor 250 being held once again in Connecticut at the Mohegan Sun Casino Arena in Uncasville.
Standing in the way of Rosta and a 4-0 start will be 26-year-old Ty Gwerder of Hawaii who now fights out of Las Vegas.
Gwerder will bring a pro record of 5 wins and only one defeat into this evenings anticipated 185 pound bout scheduled for three rounds.
Though he has a blemish on his record, Gwerder is coming off an impressive stoppage of George Tokkos at Bellator 246 in September.
Rosta and Gwrder will be televised as the first fight on the main card tonight which will air on CBS Sports Network at 8:00 PM.