Has there been any information released about the WSOF's next event? Anyone have any ideas what some of the mach-ups might be?
Possibly, Paul Harris vs. Fitch. I would bet Shields,will gonna be on the card somewhere.
I guess this is all that has been released.
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June 21 branch taylor / karakhanysn glenn
Really sucks Spong broke his leg. I bet he would have been on this card if healthy.
Would be great if they can get Shields on the card
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Gerald Harris retired today.
Stacked WSOF 10 Card Boasts 3 World Title Fights
Championship Triple-Header Features Branch vs. Taylor, Karakhanyan vs. Glenn
By: Frank Curreri
After waging its most spectacular show yet, World Series of Fighting is staying home for a June 21 championship triple-header capable of delivering a riveting encore.
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas will host "World Series of Fighting 10: Branch vs. Taylor," which pits seasoned vets David Branch and Jesse "JT Money" Taylor against each other for the promotion's inaugural middleweight title in the night's five-fight main event. Two other title fights anchor the stacked card: WSOF featherweight kingpin Georgi "Insane" Karakhanyan battles relentless finisher Rick "The Gladiator" Glenn, and the world's No. 1-ranked strawweight, Jessica "Jag" Aguilar, hunts for her 9th straight victory against Japanese standout Emi "The Kamikaze Angel" Fujino.
"Every time we hold an event, we try to top our previous effort," said World Series of Fighting President Ray Sefo. "At WSOF 9 in March, our fighters delivered one exciting after another at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, and they were such great hosts we decided to return to the venue on June 21. But this time, we upped our game and will actually hold three championship fights. It's going to be an incredible night."
As with all World Series of Fighting events, the evening's main card airs live on NBCSN.
Branch (13-3) is a three-time WSOF veteran who earned his way into the championship fight with a September win over Danillo Villefort in the company's middleweight tournament semifinal. The 32-year-old, a Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt under Renzo Gracie, boasts wins over Paulo Filho and Dustin Jacoby under the WSOF banner. The highly-regarded New Yorker collides with Taylor (27-9) – a highly-decorated wrestling machine who mashed Elvis Mutapcic in his semifinal bout five months ago and owns a seven-fight winning streak.
Moscow-born Karakhanyan (23-3-1), coming off an impressive third-round finish of big-name talent Lance Palmer that won him the WSOF featherweight title, is widely considered one of the top 145-pounders on the planet. The 28-year-old California transplant goes for 10 straight wins against the ultra-aggressive Glenn (14-2), an Iowa native is trained by standup wizard Duke Rufus and is a frequent training partner of UFC lightweight champ Anthony Pettis.
Jesse's getting another belt.