Deivison Ribeiro needed four rounds to defend his XFC International featherweight championship. Fighting UFC veteran Waylon Lowe in the main event of Saturday night’s XFCi 6 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the Brazilian improved his MMA record to 26-9 (with one no-contest) with a TKO victory 11 seconds into the fourth round. "I did an intelligent fight and knocked him out with one of my best weapons, the high kick," Ribeiro said after the fight. His next title defense is slated for Jan. 24 against UFC vet read news >>
Waylon Lowe has found a home for himself in the featherweight division, and he’s going to hostile territory again for his first title since leaving the UFC. In his first trip to Brazil this past April, Lowe battled Marcos dos Santos for three rounds in the main event of XFC International 4, but two of the judges scored the bout in favor of the Brazilian. The decision was so controversial that Brazilian MMA Confederation (CBMMA) overturned it to a no-contest, and XFC promoters awarded Lowe a shot read news >>
Florida-based promotion Xtreme Fighting Championships has recently taken its operation out of the U.S. read news >>
A featherweight bout between Georgi Karakhanyan and Waylon Lowe is the final addition to next month's World Series of Fighting 5 main card. read news >>
A featherweight contest between Georgi Karakhanyan and Waylon Lowe completes the NBC Sports Network-televised main card for World Series of Fighting 5: Arlovski vs. Kyle. read news >>
A featherweight showdown between UFC veteran Waylon Lowe and former Bellator talent Georgi Karakhanyan has been added to the World Series of Fighting’s Sept. 14 offering. read news >>
Former UFC fighter and current World Series of Fighting featherweight Waylon Lowe is in a much different kind of fight these days. read news >>
For Cameron Dollar, his World Series of Fighting bout against fellow former TUF fighter Waylon Lowe is personal. "He’s taken something from me and I want it back." read news >>
The UFC isn't the only promotion that pays out show money for displaced fighters.
Waylon Lowe was a week away from his first fight in five months when he got word his opponent had withdrawn. A replacement couldn't be found.
The promoter's rep could only apologize when Lowe complained he was already out money, and at a terrible time with the holidays approaching. About an hour later, the rep called back.
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The dance card for the World Series of Fighting’s Nov. 3 debut is now complete. read news >>