An injury has forced Rick Glenn to bow out of his World Series of Fighting featherweight championship bout against Georgi Karakhanyan. Stepping in for him is undefeated Team Alpha Male prospect Lance Palmer.
World Series of Fighting announced the match-up via their official Facebook page.
Palmer (7-0) is still very young in his mixed martial arts career – beginning professionally in 2011. However, the four-time NCAA All-American has proven that he is a force to be reckoned with. “The Party” last fought at RFA 8 where he took home a split decision against Jared Downing.
Karakhanyan (22-3-1) made his WSOF debut at last months WSOF 5 where he defeated Waylon Lowe via first round guillotine choke. Karakhanyan has fought for a number of big name promotions and is currently riding an eight-fight winning streak.
WSOF 7 goes down on December 7 from the PNE Agrodome in Vancouver, BC. The main event is a light heavyweight battle between Anthony Johnson and Mike Kyle.
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