Bellator Fighting Championships’ newly signed knockout artist Paul Daley had the alleged assault charges cleared from a bar fight he was involved in several months ago, and is now aiming to make his return.
“The case was thrown out, lack of evidence and contradicting witness accounts,” Daley told Bleacher Report. “I’m extremely happy. Applying for my P-1 visa as we speak and hope to return to the USA and Bellator later this year.”
Daley is known mostly for his short stint in the Octagon, when he stopped Martin Kampmann and Dustin Hazelett with ease before meeting Josh Koscheck for a title opportunity, failing miserably. When the fight was over, Daley tried to go for a sucker punch after the final bell that resulted in his release from the promotion.