Kongo, 45, is the oldest of the 14 scheduled main card fighters.
Kongo, at 44, became the oldest fighter to compete in a Bellator championship bout when he fought for the heavyweight title at Bellator 226 in September 2019.
Kongo competes in his 16th Bellator heavyweight bout, the most appearances in divisional history.
Kongo competes in his 34th Bellator/UFC bout, the most appearances by any heavyweight in combined organizational history.
Kongo’s 12 victories in Bellator heavyweight competition are most in divisional history.
Kongo’s current eight-fight Bellator unbeaten streak at heavyweight is the longest active streak in the division.
Kongo’s five stoppage victories in Bellator heavyweight competition are tied for third most in divisional history behind Javy Ayala (six) and Tyrell Fortune (six).
Kongo’s four knockout victories in Bellator heavyweight competition are tied for third most in divisional history behind Vitaly Minakov (five) and Fortune (five).
Johnson meets Kongo in a rematch of their fight from Bellator 208 in October 2018, which Kongo won by first-round knockout.
Johnson has earned 11 of his 14 career victories by stoppage. That includes both of his Bellator wins.