Josh Hill and Mike Adams set as WSOF Canada 2 co-main event


WSOF Canada Ford v Marunde Poster (web) copy

Tickets will be on sale for WSOF Canada 2 “Ford vs Marunde” tomorrow April 29 10:00am MST through

Saturday June 7th marks the WSOF Canada’s return to Edmonton, Alberta. Playing host to this stacked card will be the Edmonton Expo Centre. Headlined by Edmonton’s own Ryan “The Real Deal” Ford (22-4) taking on Las Vegas, Nevada’s Bristol Marunde (13-9) the UFC, TUF, Strikeforce veteran.

In the co-main event a bantamweight title eliminator fight between Stoney Creek, Ontario’s Josh “Gentleman” Hill (9-0) and Kelowna, B.C.’s Mike Adams (7-2). The winner of this fight will have their chance at WSOF Canada gold later this year.

Hill is Canada’s number 1 prospect, he holds a perfect record and is hungry to continue his winning ways. We last saw Hill in action on Season 18 of the Ultimate Fighter. Coming off the show Hill signed a multifight contract with the World Series of Fighting. He has 2 goals, win the WSOF Canadian Title then go for the WSOF World Title. This fight will be his first step towards those achievements.

Adams last fight was for the Aggression Fighting Championship title in 2013 in a Canadian fight of the year candidate. An amazing back and forth battle that ended in the 4th round. Adam’s is looking for redemption and jumped at the opportunity to take on Josh Hill.

“Both of these guys just want to fight best. It’s an absolute pleasure working with fighters like this. Hill has just dominated every opponent in Canada but Adams is a beast. He has some huge wins in his career over the likes of Graham Spencer (10-1) and Kajan Johnson (19-10). I really think the fans are in for a war when these two guys step in the Decagon June 7th.” Said WSOF Canada Executive Darren Owen.

Tickets for World Series of Fighting Canada 2: “Ford vs. Marunde” start at $50 and include cage side seats for $180, available 10:00am April 29 at

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Jeremy Brand started up this lovechild called back in 2009. It began as a hobby project and has turned into much more. In his spare time, you can find Jeremy on the mats, as he is a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

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