The upstart promotion World Series of Fighting continues to add to their roster as they prepare for the curtain raising card on November 3rd. Having won his last 4 fights, 3 by way of submission, former Strikeforce lightweight Lyle Beerbohm signed with WSOF. MMA Junkie has the details:
After a two-fight skid in Strikeforce, Lyle Beerbohm has gone on a 4-0 run in 2012 that now has him a deal with the World Series of Fighting.
Beerbohm (19-2) has signed a multi-fight deal with the new promotion and is expected to have his first bout announced soon. Beerbohm's management team recently announced the signing.
Beerbohm, who is actually 20-2 as of last month, defeated PRIDE and UFC veteran Marcus Aurelio at ShoFight 20 in Missouri as part of his very busy 2012 schedule. The Spokane native spent a good chunk of his career in Strikeforce, but hit a wall when he suffered his only career defeats to Pat Healy and Shinya Aoki, which resulted in his release.