WSOF Canada ‘Ford vs. Powell’ Fight Card Now Complete with 12 Bouts

By Mike Whitman Feb 6, 2014
Former NCAA national champion wrestler Steve Mocco makes his WSOF debut on Feb. 21. | Jeff Sherwood/

Twelve fights are now slated for the World Series of Fighting Canada’s next event , including a heavyweight showdown pitting former NCAA Division I wrestling champion Steve Mocco against Maximum Fighting Championship veteran Smealinho Rama.

“Ultimate Fighter 16” alum Michael Hill will also be in action, as he meets Ryan Dickson in a welterweight contest. The Feb. 21 event is headlined by a Canadian welterweight title clash between Ryan Ford and Joel Powell.

The show takes place at the Edmonton Expo Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, and will additionally feature a featherweight match pitting Josh Machan against Adam Lorenz. Just prior, the evening’s main card will kick off live on NBC Sports Network with a welterweight matchup featuring Brandt Dewsbery and Mark Drummond.

The evening’s undercard streams live and free on and will see ex-Bellator talent Will Romero do battle with Lenny Wheeler in a featherweight duel. The preliminary draw will additionally feature a heavyweight clash pitting UFC alumnus Tim Hague against Lee Mein, as well as a 200-pound catch-weight bout between Matt Baker and Mike Kent.

Mocco, 32, has thus far been perfect as a mixed martial artist, scoring three of his four victories by way of submission. The onetime Olympian last competed on Nov 1, when he finished Alonzo Roane with a third-round arm-triangle choke.

In Rama, Mocco faces a 21-year-old coming off his first loss. The Canadian began his career with six consecutive victories but was knocked out in his Oct. 4 clash with Anthony Hamilton, who felled the prospect with a second-round high kick to win the vacant MFC heavyweight title.


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