kris-mccray-5.jpgThe lineup for this month’s “World Series of Fighting 2: Arlovski vs. Johnson” event is complete with three new preliminary-card bouts.

The event takes place March 23 at Revel Atlantic City in New Jersey. The main card, including a heavyweight headliner between Andrei Arlovski (19-9) and Anthony Johnson (14-4), airs on NBC Sports Network.

Officials previously announced most of the card, but three prelim fighters now have opponents.

Danillo Villefort (13-4), who’s competed for organization ranging from the WEC to UFC to Strikeforce, looks for his fifth win in six fights when he meets fellow welterweight and “The Ultimate Fighter 11? runner-up Kris McCray (8-4), whose three-fight win streak recently came to an end with a split-decision defeat to Mike Wade.

Igor Gracie (5-3), whose four-fight win streak came to an end with a ONE FC 5 loss to Jung Hwan Cha, takes on fellow welterweight Richard Patishnock (4-1), a New Jersey prospect who also looks to rebound from a recent defeat.

Finally, welterweight Ozzy Dugulubgov (3-1) takes on fellow Northeast product Chris Wade (5-0), who’s posted an unbeaten streak in the popular Ring of Combat promotion.

The full WSOF 2 card includes:

MAIN CARD (NBC Sports Network, 9:30 p.m. ET)

  • Andrei Arlovski vs. Anthony Johnson
  • Marlon Moraes vs. Tyson Nam
  • Josh Burkman vs. Aaron Simpson
  • Dave Branch vs. Paulo Filho
  • Gesias Cavalcante vs. Justin Gaethje

PRELIMINARY CARD (Untelevised, 7 p.m. ET)

  • Kris McCray vs. Danillo Villefort
  • Igor Gracie vs. Richard Patishnock
  • Cameron Dollar vs. Waylon Lowe
  • Ozzy Dugulubgov vs. Chris Wade
  • Rick Glenn vs. Alexandre Pimentel

For more on WSOF 2, stay tuned to the MMA Rumors section of the site.

(Pictured: Kris McCray)

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