Din Thomas Signs Contract To Join Affliction's Featherweight Divison

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From Fiveouncesofpain.com:

Former UFC lightweight competitor Din Thomas has inked a three fight contract with Affliction.

FiveOuncesOfPain.com confirmed the rumored signing with a source close to Thomas early Friday morning.

Thomas, a veteran from the fourth season of The Ultimate Fighter, is 23-8 in a pro career that dates back to 1998. The American Top Team-trained fighter holds notable wins in his career over Dokojonosuke Mishima, Jens Pulver, Matt Serra, and Clay Guida.

No longer a regular competitor at 155 pounds, Thomas is expected to join an Affliction featherweight division that includes L.C. Davis, Bao Quach, Mark Hominick, Deividas Taurosevicius, and Savant Young.

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