Timur Valiev stepped into the Decagon in Kansas City looking to avenge his loss to Chris Gutierrez and establish himself as the number one contender at 135 lbs. He did just that and technique was the name of the game on Friday night. Valiev plugged all the holes that allowed the judges to see their…

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It’s official! The New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons will be facing off in Super Bowl 51 on February 5 at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX. We asked members of the WSOF Family who they think will win the Big Game… and there really didn’t seem to be much discussion:

This marquee match-up between Chicago’s own Louis “Put The Guns Down” Taylor and hometown two-weight world champion David Branch was heavily dictated by Branch from the start. The New Yorker pushed the pace of the round with a variety of selected shots and a powerful takedown in the middle of the canvas. Taylor recovered quickly,…

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Andre Harrison introduced himself to the featherweights of the WSOF in grand style at last month’s WSOFNYC event. While fighters and fans will undoubtedly be checking the highlight films to see what “The Bull” is all about, don’t expect to see the same fighter the next time Harrison steps into the Decagon. That’s because Harrison…

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Featherweight Andre Harrsion made a major statement in his promotion debut against Bruce Boyington in the second bout of WSOF’s mega card at The Theater at Madison Square Garden on New Year’s Eve. Harrison dictated the pace and result of the fight from the very beginning. To begin, Harrision and Boyington exchanged strikes on their…

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WSOFNYC Sizzle Reel

WSOFNYC, which unfolded in front of a sold-out crowd at The Theater at Madison Square Garden, was a historical one in many ways. Besides featuring four title fights and some of the best talent the promotion has to offer on a single, spectacular card, the event set new viewership records for WSOF and NBC. Take…

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What happens when the World Series of Fighting’s reigning 135-lb champion single-handily eradicates the entire division that sits beneath him? Expand your search globally for worthy competition in an ever-growing landscape of lighter weight fighters. But on Dec. 31 at WSOFNYC, it was clear that no matter what the promotion does, Marlon Moraes appears to be…

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WSOFNYC, which unfolded in front of a sold-out crowd at The Theater at Madison Square Garden, was a historical one in many ways. Besides featuring four title fights and some of the best talent the promotion has to offer on a single, spectacular card, the event set new viewership records for WSOF and NBC. WSOFNYC drew…

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The NBC portion of the WSOFNYC mega-event didn’t get started in the right direction. After a brief but furious opening few moments, Josenaldo Silva crumbled to the mat in obvious pain. To his credit, WSOF bantamweight champ Marlon Moraes realized something was wrong and allowed his opponent the opportunity to recover from injury unharmed. Silva’s…

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Justin Gaethje, Jon Fitch, Marlon Moraes And David Branch Defend Titles At WSOFNYC   World Series of Fighting lightweight champion Justin Gaethje (17-0) energized a sold-out Theater at Madison Square Garden with his never-say-die attitude and his bottomless well of energy. After dropping the first two rounds on all three judges’ scorecards the reigning titlist…

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