A duel title bout made for an important night at WSOF 9 for the promotion. While the card suffered in terms of pacing on the prelims, the main card was fairly solid all around, showing the best of what WSOF offers.
It's been awhile since WSOF held a proper event, and while the star power isn't here, the WSOF 9 fights should prove to be competitive and entertaining. The WSOF 9 main event features a surprising champion in Steve Carl facing a well-known crippler in Rousimar Palhares.
This past year was yet another really good one for the sport of Mixed Martial Arts. The UFC introduced the women’s bantamweight division, Champions fell while stars began to rise and promotions like, Bellator, Invicta FC, WSOF and the XFC continued to grow.
With the UFC holding down the afternoon for us, the night belonged to World Series of Fighting (WSOF 6), which panned out to be a decidedly awesome event. There were highs and lows all around, so let's dig into some key notes of what transpired.
With an action-packed MMA weekend, Saturday night’s WSOF 6 is just what you need to cap it all off. Below I've highlighted some of the more competitive and interesting fights of the evening across the main and prelim cards, where WSOF's home-grown products will look to shine, and veteran fighters will look up upset.
The main event of last night's WSOF 3 had probably the craziest finishes you'll ever see in MMA as welterweight Josh Burkman submitted Jon Fitch in walk-off style. There was no tap by Fitch, no stopping of the fight by the referee, only Josh Burkman rolling over and letting go his sleeping opponent.
The stellar World Series of Fighting promotion brought smart match-making, rising stars and familiar faces to the cage in Las Vegas for tonight’s WSOF 3. It was worth staying home on a Friday night, but if you missed it, here's what went down inside The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel at WSOF 3.
It's a busy weekend for fights, but World Series of Fighting is doing its best to stand out with Friday’s WSOF 3. We've got more than a few familiar faces at the top of the card and they're all in some intriguing matches that will define this young company; putting asses in seats or making people change the channel.