Kendall Grove is now a veteran of both the UFC and Bellator, as “Da Spyder” confirmed his release from the latter on Instagram recently.

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Grove suffered his third consecutive loss at Bellator 193 last month via split decision to A.J. Matthews. He went 3-5 over his last eight, scoring finishes vs. Francisco France, Joey Beltran and Christian M’Pumbu.

The 35-year-old Hawaiian signed with Bellator in 2013 after a run on the regional circuit. Grove was released by the UFC in 2011 after back-to-back losses.

“DA Spyder officially cut off the Bellator roster. I believe everything happens for a reason god works in mysterious ways some of the greatest things in my life have came from bad times,” he wrote. “Gotta thank god for getting me thru all these years in the fight game injury free and blessing me with a beautiful family, my wife my kids my family…and to all my fans for your support no matter what organization I was in.

“Moving foward, tough year of losing my brother, my grandpa, my dad, and last night my uncle, so going to use this time to love my kids, and my wife. Stay posted for whats ahead.”

During his career, Grove holds wins over the likes of Derek Brunson, Joe Riggs, Evan Tanner and Alan Belcher.