The next fight for WXC 87 at the Crystal Gardens in Southgate, Michigan will be Floyd Jones (3-1) vs Greg Sizemore (4-5-1) at a 175 lb. catchweight. This will be the third fight in the professional ranks scheduled for the April 10th card on UFC Fight Pass.
Long time WXC veteran Greg Sizemore last fought at Warrior Wednesday IV. He was able to beat Darren Gibbs in which he used very technical striking to get that victory by unanimous decision. Sizemore will be looking to make it back to back victories for the first time as a pro at WXC 87. Of his four victories, three are by finish with one knockout and two submissions.
Michigan native Floyd “The Android” Jones made his pro debut earlier this year and already has two impressive wins by guillotine choke. After a decision loss at WXC 80 he bounced back with a hard fought decision victory at Warrior Wednesday X over Perry Stargel. He now looks to continue that momentum at WXC 87.
The first fight that was added to the WXC 87 card is in the Featherweight division. Brandon ‘I wish you’ Woodcock (3-2) will face off with Mando ‘El Toro’ Gutierrez (3-0).
Woodcock has been fighting professionally since 2018. He made his pro debut with WXC at WXC 71 after spending seven years on the amateur circuit. Since then he has gone (3-2) as a pro and has won two of those three fights by submission. Gutierrez last fought for the WXC as an amateur back on WXC 73 in August of 2018. Overall he went undefeated as an amateur with a record of (7-0). He just turned pro last summer and is already (3-0) with all of those wins coming by way of submission.
Former WXC amateur champion Josh Parisian (12-3) will battle Lawrence ‘Monster’ Bonds (4-2). This fight happened after both fighters called each other out following wins at Warrior Wednesday XI in January of this year.
Lawrence Bonds will be making his third appearance inside the WXC steel at WXC 87. So far he has won both by first round finish in what were two different rematches with Ryan Hall and Dingo Brown. Bonds now sits at (4-2) and has now won three in a row. All of his four victories are by finish with three knockouts and one submission. So expect for Bonds to go for another finish against Parisian.
After six years away from the WXC steel, Josh Parisian made his return to the WXC a few weeks ago at Warrior Wednesday IX. The former WXC amateur champion took on Marcus Maulding in a very entertaining main event which saw Parisian get the KO win. The Dana White’s contender series and Ultimate Fighter veteran has now won five fights in a row. He now sets his sights on Bonds to continue his streak and keep rolling here in 2020. Overall for his career he has nine knockouts and two submission finishes in his 12 wins.