The World Series of Fighting has signed welterweight Paul Bradley to a contract. Bradley’s debut with the promotion is expected to be announced soon.
Bradley, a former UFC, Strikeforce and Bellator fighter, was a standout wrestler for the University of Iowa before embarking on his MMA career. The 33-year-old sports a record of 23-6 with two no-contests.
In his most recent fight, the Iowa native finished Chris Honeycutt in just 40 seconds.
“We are excited to welcome aboard Paul Bradley, and look forward to having him test his skills in our highly competitive welterweight division,” said World Series of Fighting president Ray Sefo. “Paul has fought and triumphed over some top caliber opposition during his 10-year career, so we are confident that he will be a great addition to our roster.”
Bradley was a two-time NCAA All-American for the Hawkeyes and placed fourth at the NCAA Championships. The Alliance MMA fighter also holds wins over Josh Neer and Karl Amoussou in recent years to his resume.