Former UFC title contender Josh Koscheck will make his Bellator debut this December, according to a report on The MMA Road Show with John Morgan.

Bellator president Scott Coker told the program that Koscheck will debut at Bellator 146 from Fresno, California and the Save Mart Center. An opponent has yet to be determined. The event will go head-to-head with The Ultimate Fighter 22 Finale, which features Frankie Edgar-Chad Mendes in the main event.

Koscheck (17-10) signed with Bellator after his UFC contract expired. He is a veteran of The Ultimate Fighter and made 25 of his 27 career pro appearances inside the Octagon.

Also, welterweight Chris Honeycutt will look to improve to 7-0 in his career on the card.