- 2 years ago
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Bantamweight free agent Tyson Nam has signed a multi-fight deal with the World Series of Fighting and will make his promotional debut against the winner of Miguel Torres’ Nov. 3 clash with Marlon Moraes. read news >>
Bantamweight Miguel Torres' recent bust for marijuana possession hasn't deterred his promoter's plans for his career. read news >>
- 2 years ago
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With Saturday's successful World Series of Fighting debut show, the organization has its first fight for its second offering.
As expected, with an upset win over former WEC champ Miguel Torres, Marlon Moraes now will meet fellow bantamweight Tyson Nam at WSOF 2.
WSOF 2 is likely to take place in late January in Las Vegas, though a date and venue haven't been finalized.
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- 9 months ago
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Unbeaten in six professional fights, Team Nogueira bantamweight Sheymon Moraes has signed a deal with World Series of Fighting. "It’s official, I’ve signed with World Series of Fighting, the second biggest MMA promotion in the world," Moraes posted on his Facebook page on Friday. "I’m really happy with this achievement in my career and God willing I will give many joys to my family, team, fans and friends. "I will train even harder than I trained. I’m going there to be the champion, not to be ju read news >>
World Series of Fighting will deliver a world-class Mixed Martial Arts fight card at Ovation Hall at Revel in Atlantic City, N.J. on Saturday, March 23. WSOF 2 is headlined by a heavyweight showdown between superstars Andrei "The Pitbull" Arlovski (19-9 (1) MMA, 10-4 UFC) of Minsk, Belarus and Anthony "Rumble" Johnson (14-4 MMA, 7-4 UFC) of Boca Raton, Florida. In the bantamweight (135 pounds) co-main event, red-hot 29-year-old star Tyson Nam (12-4 MMA) will face off with two-time national Muay read news >>
Check out the video highlights as Marlon Moraes defended his bantamweight title with a victory over Josh Hill in WSOF 18’s main event.Filed under: News, Videos, WSOF read news >>
WSOF bantamweight champion Marlon Moraes survived a busted up nose in the first round to take the fight from Josh Hill and defend his belt. read news >>
Marlon Moraes retained his WSOF bantamweight title with a unanimous decision win over Josh Hill and not one but two fights ended as a result of head butts. Marlon Moraes couldn't finish "Gentleman" Josh Hill but he dominated 4 out of 5 round to take a unanimous decision win with all three judges scoring the bout 49-46. In other action, UFC veteran Cody McKenzie lost via DQ after a deliberate headbutt against Andrew McInnes. McKenzie was angry that McInnes had been pulling his hair and head butti read news >>
Marlon Moraes may have coated the WSOF decagon crimson with his own blood, but at least he left with his bantamweight title intact. Moraes survived an early-round scare to claim the final four frames and secure a unanimous decision victory over previously undefeated Josh Hill in Thursday's main event of WSOF 18, which took place in Edmonton, Canada and aired live on NBC Sports Network. Moraes (14-4-1) appeared to break his nose during a rough first round as the heavy underdog Hill (10-1) came ou read news >>
Marlon Moraes is anxious to finally put his World Series of Fighting bantamweight championship on the line for the first time on Thursday night in Edmonton, Canada. Moraes, who stopped Cody Bollinger in a non-title match in September, six months after winning the vacant title in March, will face off against Josh Hill in the main event of WSOF 18 on Feb. 12. He hopes Hill comes in ready to fight. "I’m motivated, training hard, getting better every day. It’s time to prove myself again," Moraes tol read news >>
The WSOF 18 fighter weigh-ins are in the books, and the headliners are official for Thursday’s event.Filed under: News, WSOF read news >>
World Series of Fighting bantamweight contender Josh Hill (10-0) is planning an upset party, and we're all invited to watch Thursday, Feb. 12 on NBC Sports Network. Taking on WSOF champion Marlon Moraes at WSOF 18, Hill must scale a precipitous summit if he wants to get his hands on gold. To this point, Moraes has looked like an NBA All-Star playing in the D-League inside the WSOF cage, beating all six of his promotional opponents whenever and however he wanted. He's knocked them out, forced the read news >>
World Series of Fighting (WSOF) Bantamweight Champion Marlon Moraes talks with MMAmania.com about his fight with Josh Hill on Feb. 12, 2015, and being a good father and provider to his son, Rafael. It has been long enough since Marlon Moraes lost a fight that he may have forgotten what it feels like -- a run of more than three years and counting -- a streak that includes becoming the inaugural World Series of Fighting (WSOF) bantamweight champion. Moraes was scheduled to make his first title def read news >>
Marlon Moraes hasn't lost a fight since 2011. Josh Hill hasn't lost a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) match yet (10-0). The two will finally collide next weekend (Feb. 12, 2015) inside Edmonton Expo Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Things couldn't have been going better for "Gentleman" Josh Hill. Undefeated as a mixed martial arts (MMA) proessional (9-0), the Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, prospect made his World Series of Fighting (WSOF) debut with a first round knockout of Mike Adams. WS read news >>