Page will face Logan
Storley for the interim welterweight championship in the
281 headliner on Friday at The SSE Arena in London. The winner
figures to serve as the divisional torchbearer until Amosov can
return from his war-torn Ukrainian homeland. Page steps to the
stage on a run of six consecutive victories. The
London Shootfighters star last appeared at Bellator 267, where
he eked out a contentious split decision over former titleholder
Lima on Oct. 1. Storley, meanwhile, has recorded back-to-back
Sanford MMA rep last competed on Feb. 19, when he laid claim to
a unanimous verdict over Neiman
Gracie in the Bellator 274 main event.
As Page and Storley pore over the remaining details associated with
their marquee matchup, a look at some of the numbers that have
accompanied them to this point:
35: Years of age for Page, who was born in London
on April 7, 1987.
12: Page wins by knockout or technical knockout,
accounting for 60% of his career total (20). His list of victims
Rickels and Evangelista
Santos. Page holds three other wins by submission and five more
6: Countries in which Page has competed as a mixed
martial artist. He has gone 9-1 in the United States, 6-0 in his
native England, 2-0 in India, 1-0 in Japan, 1-0 in Ireland and 1-0
37: Professional rounds started by Page since he
made the transition to MMA in 2012. He has gone the distance on
five different occasions and carries a 5-0 record in those
83: Combined victories between the six
opponents—Lima, Anderson, Anzai, Ross
Melillo and Richard
Kiely—Page has defeated during his current winning streak. They
boast a cumulative .741 winning percentage (83-29).
29: Years of age for Storley, who was born on
Sept. 8, 1992 in Roslyn, South Dakota.
8: Storley victories by knockout or technical
knockout, accounting for 62% of his career total (13). His list of
victims includes A.J.
Haley and Cody
Lincoln. Storley owns five other victories by decision.
3: Promotions for which Storley has plied his
mixed martial arts trade. He has gone 8-1 in Bellator, 4-0 in the
Resurrection Fighting Alliance and 1-0 in the
Legacy Fighting Alliance.
33: Seconds needed for Storley to put away
Griffin with punches at RFA 36 on March 4, 2016. Having
occurred more than six years ago, it remains his fastest finish to
.671: Cumulative winning percentage between the
eight opponents—Gracie, Matthews, Haley, Dante
Schiro, E.J. Brooks,
Buckley and Matt
Secor—Storley has beaten as a member of the Bellator roster.
They sport a combined record of 96-47.