Former UFC heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski took home the largest payday from the World Series of Fighting’s inaugural event, banking $60,000 for defeating Devin Cole in the evening’s headliner. read news >>
Andrei Arlovski and Anthony "Rumble" Johnson topped the inaugural World Series of Fighting's $352,000 payroll. read news >>
Headliner Andrei Arlovski ($60,000) and co-headliner Anthony Johnson
($55,000) were the top earners at this past Saturday night's World
Series of Fighting 1 event.
MMAjunkie.com recently requested and obtained the list of disclosed paydays from the Nevada State Athletic Commission. The total disclosed payroll for the event was $352,000.
WSOF 1 took place at Las Vegas' Planet Hollywood
Resort & Casino. The main card aired live on NBC Sports Network.
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Andrei Arlovski is on a quest to regain his former status as the top heavyweight in the world. His next hurdle on that path is Anthony Johnson in the main event of World Series of Fighting 2 on March 23. read news >>
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Anthony Johnson faces Mike Kyle at World Series of Fighting 8 on Saturday, Jan. 18. But first, check out the full fight video of Johnson's WSOF 2 battle with Andrei Arlovski. read news >>
Anthony Johnson was scheduled to headline World Series of Fighting 5 on Sept. 14 in Atlantic City, N.J., squaring off with fellow UFC veteran Mike Kyle, but he has been forced out of the bout due to injury. read news >>
WSOF 2 main eventers Anthony Johnson and Andrei Arlovski both landed on the list of fighters medically suspended. Not surprisingly, Johnson is on the list for his hand, Arlovski for his jaw. read news >>
Anthony "Rumble" Johnson, who once fought at welterweight, took the step all the way up to heavyweight to face former UFC champion Andrei Arlovski. Check out the WSOF 2 full fight video highlights. read news >>
Anthony Johnson took the fight to former UFC champ Andrei Arlovski at World Series of Fighting 2 to score the win, while Marlon Moraes knocked out Top 10 bantamweight Tyson Nam. read news >>
Anthony Johnson dipped his toes in heavyweight waters for the first time and found them favorable. read news >>
For the first time in his career, Anthony Johnson did not have to concern himself with weight. read news >>