Titan FC champ Andre Harrison signs with World Series of Fighting
World Series of Fighting announced that it has bolstered its roster of world-class athletes yet again with the signing of undefeated featherweight (145 pounds) champion Andre Harrison (14-0), to an exclusive, multi-fight agreement.
Harrison will make his debut under the World Series of Fighting banner, against Bruce Boyington (14-9) on WSOFNYC’s preliminary bout card on New Year’s Eve at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
The preliminary bout card will stream live, in its entirety, on WSOF.com, beginning at 1p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT, immediately before the unprecedented, three-hour NBC Sports telecast of the six-fight main card co-headlined by undefeated lightweight (155 pounds) kingpin Justin “The Highlight” Gaethje (16-0) and challenger Joao “The Brazilian Samurai” Zeferino (20-8) and reigning welterweight (170 pounds) world champion Jon Fitch (28-7) and number one contender superstar Jake Shields (31-8). .
“We have been aggressively pursuing some of the best available fight talent on the market and the undefeated Andre Harrison should make an exciting addition to our featherweight division as he makes his World Series of Fighting debut at WSOFNYC,” said World Series of Fighting President Ray Sefo.
Tickets for WSOFNYC are NOW on sale and priced at $500, $250, $150, $75 and $50. Fans can purchase tickets online at Ticketmaster.com and WSOF.com as well as at the Madison Square Garden box office
Additional match-ups for WSOFNYC will be announced soon.
Main Card (NBC, 4 PM ET – 6 PM ET, Dec 31)
Lightweight Title Fight: Justin Gaethje (16-0) vs. Joao Zeferino (20-8)
Welterweight Title Fight: Jon Fitch (28-7) vs. Jake Shields (31-8)
Bantamweight Title Fight: Marlon Moraes (16-4) vs. Josenaldo Silva (25-4)
Prelim Card (NBCSN, 3 PM ET – 4 PM ET / WSOF.com 2 PM ET – 3 PM ET, Dec. 31)
Middleweight Title Fight: David Branch (19-3) vs. Louis Taylor (13-1)
Light Heavyweight: Smealinho “The Prince” Rama (9-2) vs. Jake “The Honey Bear” Heun (9-4)
Welterweight: Yushin “Thunder” Okami (32-10) vs. Paul Bradley (23-6)
“Who’s The Toughest?” Catchweight Fight: Shane Kruchten (11-4) vs. Jeremy Mahon (5-4)
Heavyweight: Jared Rosholt (14-3) vs. Caio Alencar (9-1)
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