By Farah Hannoun and Simon Head | April 23, 2020 1:25 pm Gegard Mousasi has big plans ahead of his return. Mousasi (46-7-2 MMA, 4-1 BMMA) was scheduled to face Douglas Lima for the vacant middleweight title at Bellator 242 on May 9 before the coronavirus outbreak postponed the event. Now with some time to reflect, Mousasi has laid out his remaining career goals, which include reclaiming the 185-pound title, then moving up to challenge Bellator light heavyweight champion Ryan Bader. “Three things I want to do,” Mousasi told MMA Junkie. “One is to fight in my home country of Holland and fight in front of my home crowd. Second, maybe Douglas Lima. I beat him, I get the title. And then Ryan Bader (at) light heavyweight. That’s the things that I still want to do. If I can achieve those three things, those are still things I want to get done.” Mousasi explained that he had planned to stay active through 2020 before the COVID-19 outbreak put his, and the rest of the MMA world’s, plans on hold. “I wanted to keep busy, I wanted to fight three times this year,” he said. “So I was thinking two times

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