Andreas Spang has signed with World Series of Fighting. | Photo: Keith Mills/Sherdog.com
Las Vegas-based MMA promotion World Series of Fighting continues to scoop up solid talent.
Ray Sefo, the president of the WSOF, announced Wednesday that the organization has officially singed Adam Ward and Andreas Spang to exclusive, multi-fight contracts.
Ward, a Chicago-based featherweight, has been on a tear lately, having won five straight bouts. Though he’s only stopped one of those foes, he has dominated them all. He last fought in November where he scored a unanimous nod over former Strikeforce veteran Rey Trujillo. Ward has spent most of his entire MMA career on the regional circuit; the WSOF will mark the first time he’ll have competed for a major promotion.
In Spang, the WSOF signs on a battle-tested light heavyweight. The Las Vegas-based “Sweet Swede” is a veteran of both Strikeforce and Bellator MMA and is coming off a decision win over J.A. Dudley last December.
The WSOF debuts for both fighters will be announced soon, according to Sefo.