They will feed him a few cans like they did with Andrey 'Spartan' Koreshkov and hype him for a tournament I would think. No point in letting him fight some one dimensional wrestler who will most likely Fitch him.
Throw him in stand up fights for a while says I.
I don't think he needs the hype or experience. If they give him a stand up fight, then that might get his Bellator name big, but I don't think it will help as a fighter. He's already as comfortable as possible in the stand up, so the experience that he would gain through fighting stand up fighters wouldnt be that big.