Caros Fodor recently completed a 3-1 stint in One Championship. | Dave Mandel/Sherdog.com
World Series of Fighting has signed lightweight Caros Fodor and middleweight Cory Devela to exclusive, multi-fight contracts.
The Las Vegas-based promotion announced the new roster additions on Thursday. Debut dates for both fighters are expected to be revealed soon.
“Caros and Cory are two seasoned and accomplished stars in their respective weight classes, so it is a pleasure to welcome them aboard,” WSOF President Ray Sefo said in a release.
Fodor, the older brother of WSOF talent Ben “Phoenix Jones” Fodor, won three of his four appearances during his most recent stint with One Championship. He hasn’t fought since September 2014, when he submitted Vincent Latoel at One FC 20. Fodor also went 5-1 with Strikeforce before falling to Sam Stout in his lone Octagon appearance at UFC 157.
Devela, 31, owns a 15-6 professional mark and has victories over UFC veterans Nick Ring and Joe Riggs on his resume. The Washington native will enter his WSOF debut on a three fight winning streak and has finished 11 of his triumphs inside the distance.