The World Series of Fighting will hold a live card today in The Theatre at Madison Square Garden in NYC with the prelims streaming live on The Fite App at 1:30 PM Eastern for free. You can download the Fite App to your cell phone, iPad, iPhone and other mobile devices by clicking here. The Fite App can be used to stream a ton of free pro wrestling, MMA, boxing and martial arts events as well as PPV events from ROH, TNA and more. The App can also stream to Samsung Smart TVs. You can also use the app to stream events from your cell phone to your Roku device as long as they are on the same wifi network, allowing you to stream to any television connected to your Roku.
The WSOF's main card will then be available via the Fite App for $9.99.
Promotional material for today's card:
World Series of Fighting announced a stacked eleven-bout fight card for the unprecedented New Year’s Eve world championship extravaganza at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The WSOFNYC mega-event boasting an unmatched roster of world-class athletes will air live on Saturday, December 31.
In the main event, undefeated lightweight (155 pounds) kingpin Justin “The Highlight” Gaethje (16-0) defends his crown against Joao “The Brazilian Samurai” Zeferino (20-8) and, in the co-main event the highly-anticipated welterweight (170 pounds), reigning world champion Jon Fitch (28-7) squares off with number one contender and fellow decorated superstar Jake Shields (31-8). Reigning bantamweight (135 pounds) champion Marlon Moraes (16-4) will also put his title on the line against ferocious contender Josenaldo Silva (25-4). Light Heavyweight and Middleweight Champion David Branch (19-3) will put his Middleweight (185 pounds) belt on the line against challenger Louis Taylor (13-1).
In addition to the main event, World Series of Fighting announced that heavyweight champion Smealinho “The Prince” Rama (9-2) will make his return to the decagon at a new weight class of Light Heavyweight (205 pounds) against Jake “The Honey Bear” Heun (9-4). Former top 10 world-ranked Yushin “Thunder” Okami (32-10) will take on battle-tested Paul Bradley (23-6) in a welterweight affair.
Shane Kruchten (11-4) and Jeremy Mahon (5-4) – both U.S. Marine Corps veterans – will do battle in a 150-pound “Who’s The Toughest” catchweight contest. Former UFC standout Jared Rosholt (14-3) will make his much-anticipated promotional debut against fellow World Series of Fighting newcomer and finisher Caio Alencar (9-1) in a featured heavyweight contest.
World Series of Fighting is coming to New York City for New Year’s Eve and WSOFNYC promises to be one of the most monumental fight nights in MMA history.
“The debut of World Series of Fighting in New York City promises, without a doubt, one of the most monumental fight nights in the history of the sport.” said World Series of Fighting CEO Carlos Silva.