MMA Vivisection – WSOF 17: Shields vs. Foster

The World Series of Fighting is back (believe it or not) and they're putting on a fight card this weekend. It's a pretty top…

By: Zane Simon | 8 years ago
MMA Vivisection – WSOF 17: Shields vs. Foster
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The World Series of Fighting is back (believe it or not) and they’re putting on a fight card this weekend. It’s a pretty top heavy affair, with only the main event holding any real “name value” but, it’s also a card with a few interesting up and coming prospects and young fighters. Considering it’s got a night all to itself, it’s definitely something worth paying attention to. Thus Victor Rodriguez and I are here to tell you exactly what parts of it deserve your attention and why, all the way down to the nitty gritty at the base of the prelims.

So, stop by and check it out. And, if our Ooyala player isn’t working for you, watch the video over on our new MMA Nation channel, on Youtube. And remember to give the video a like, if you enjoyed it (or if you didn’t, you know you want to).

Here’s a look at the complete WSOF 17 card, taking place on Saturday, January 17th, at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada:

NBCSN Main Card

Jake Shields vs. Brian Foster
Brian Cobb vs. Jonathan Nunez
Bryson Hansen vs. Rudy Morales
Adam Cella vs. Danny Davis Jr.
Krasimir Mladenov vs. Brendan Kornberger

Online Prelims

Gil Guardado vs. Sinjen Smith
Jimmy Spicuzza vs. Joe Condon
Soslan Abanokov vs. Jordan Rinaldi
Taylor McCorriston vs. Donavon Frelow
Jamie Point vs. Trey Williams

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Zane Simon
Zane Simon

Zane Simon is a senior editor, writer, and podcaster for Bloody Elbow. He has worked with the website since 2013, taking on a wide variety of roles. A lifelong combat sports fan, Zane has trained off & on in both boxing and Muay Thai. He currently hosts the long-running MMA Vivisection podcast, which he took over from Nate Wilcox & Dallas Winston in 2015, as well as the 6th Round podcast, started in 2014. Zane is also responsible for developing and maintaining the ‘List of current UFC fighters’ on Bloody Elbow, a resource he originally developed for Wikipedia in 2010.

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