Score Fighting Series officials recently added a bevy of new bouts
fight bill, including five new main card attractions.
In addition to a previously announced welterweight headliner
between Forrest Petz
and Jordan Mein,
the Nov. 23 event will also see the unbeaten “Gentleman” Josh Hill
collide with former World Extreme Cagefighting talent Rafael
Rebello in the co-main event. Ryan Healy
will also square off with Jesse
Ronson at the event, which takes place at the Hamilton Place
Theatre in Hamilton, Ontario, and features three-time Bellator vet
Romero and once-beaten Alex Ricci
taking on Tristan
Johnson and Kevin
Morin, respectively. Ryan
Dickson and Brandt Dewsbury will clash to kick off the
six-fight main card, which airs on The Score in Canada and AXS TV
in the United States.
Perfect through nine pro outings, Hill, 25, has competed for the
SFS three times thus far, most recently outpointing John Fraser
at SFS 5 on Aug. 25. Meanwhile, Rebello has won three straight
since receiving his WEC release in 2010 and was last seen
submitting Bobby Huron
with an arm-triangle choke on June 16 under the Battle Xtreme
A 10-year pro, Healy owns 35 career outings to his credit. The
Oregonian last fought on April 7, traveling to India to outpoint
UFC veteran Paul Kelly at
the Super Fight League’s sophomore show. In Ronson, Healy faces a
26-year-old Canadian currently riding a six-fight winning streak.
“The Body Snatcher” most recently competed in August, taking a
unanimous decision from Ricci at SFS 5.
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