Capping off another busy weekend of MMA action will be another stellar card from the World Series Of Fighting. The event will be headlined by a lightweight division attraction as Caros Fodor faces Luiz Firmino. Also, light heavyweight title tournament finalist Teddy Holder returns and five other top MMA prospects are in action.
WSOF Lightweight Division Fight
Luiz â€œBuscapeâ€ Firmino (18-6-0) vs. Caros â€œThe Futureâ€ Fodor (10-4-0)
Firmino is currently undefeated in WSOF competition, defeating a pair of UFC veterans in Jacob Volkmann and Tyson Griffin. Fodor is a one fight UFC veteran and he will be making his WSOF debut in this main event encounter. Firmino is a former Championship Fighting Alliance Lightweight Champion, but signed with the WSOF after winning the gold. Fodor is coming off of a four fight run in One Championships, he earned three victories in the promotion. Fodorâ€™s advantage in this fight will be his striking game, but Firmino will ground him and submit him to defeat his third straight UFC veteran.
WSOF Light Heavyweight Division Fight
Teddy Holder (9-2-0) vs. Shamil Gamzatov (9-0-0)
Holder will be competing for the first time since losing in the WSOF Light Heavyweight Title Tournament Finals to David Branch. Gamzatov will be making his WSOF debut in this fight and none of his bouts have gone past the second round. Holder has already defeated two UFC veterans in his career, those UFC veterans are Sean Salmon and Thiago Silva. Gamzatov has primarily competed in his home country of Russia and this will be his North American MMA debut. Gamzatov is a better skilled MMA fighter when compared to Holder, Gamzatov eventually takes Holder down and submits him late in the first round.
WSOF Featherweight Division Fight
Jorge Medina (4-2-0) vs. Bryce â€œThug Nastyâ€ Mitchell (4-0-0)
Medina will be making his WSOF debut in this fight and he is a three fight veteran of the V3 Fights promotion. Mitchell will also be making his WSOF debut in this fight and none of his fights since turning pro in early 2015 have gone past the fist round. Mitchell is a finishing machine and he will take Medina to the ground and earn another first round submission.
WSOF Welterweight Division Fight
Chauncey â€œThe Machineâ€ Foxworth (1-0-0) vs. Jaleel â€œThe Realest: Willis (5-0-0)
Foxworth made his professional MMA debut at Off The Chain MMA X in October 2015, defeating Linc Battee by TKO. Willis will also be making his WSOF debut in this fight and only one of his five pro bouts went to the judgeâ€™s scorecards. These are two undefeated MMA fighters with some top notch finishing abilities, but it will be Willis finishing Foxworth with strikes in the first round.
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