world-series-of-fighting-cage.jpgWorld Series of Fighting 5's lineup is now complete with 10 bouts after today’s addition of three new preliminary contests.

World Series of Fighting officials today announced Rick Glenn (13-2-1) vs. Artur Rofi (6-0), Ozzy Dugulubgov (4-1) vs. Andrew Osbourne (7-5) and Sidemar Honorio (8-3) vs. Jimmie Rivera (12-1) will all take place on the preliminary card of the Sept. 14 event, which takes place at New Jersey’s Revel Atlantic City.

The evening’s main card airs live on NBC Sports Network. Prelims stream on MMAjunkie.com.

A member of Wisconsin’ Roufusport MMA academy, the 24-year-old Glenn competes under the World Series of Fighting banner for a second time after earning a knockout win over Alexandre Pimentel in March. He now meets New Jersey featherweight Rofi, an undefeated Team Bittencourt who has earned all six of his career wins by stoppage.

The Russian-born Dugulubgov also debuted for World Series of Fighting in March, where he earned a decision win over Chris Wade. He now meets North Carolina’s Osbourne, who is 4-1 in his past five fights, in a 160-pound catchweight contest.

The Brazilian-born Honorio opened his career with seven wins in his first eight appearances, though he has struggled a but in recent appearances with top prospects. He meets fellow bantamweight Rivera, a Team Tiger Schulmann fighter who hasn’t tasted defeat since 2008.

The complete World Series of Fighting 5 lineup now includes:

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