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Here is a quick look at the preliminary card for World Series of Fighting 2:
Kris McCray vs. Danillo Villefort
UFC veterans square off in the welterweight division, when Kris McCray and Danillo Villefort meet. McCray went 0-3 against solid competition in the UFC, but has won all-but-one since his departure. Villefort is an experienced grappler with good submission skills. McCray struggled against submission specialist Carlos Eduardo Rocha in the UFC, so expect Villefort to acquire a tapout here.
Igor Gracie vs. Richard Patishnock
Igor Gracie comes from the famous family for which his last name bears. Richard Patishnock has not won a fight against an opponent above .500. Gracie should be able to get things going early, securing a takedown and tapping out the overmatched Patishnock early in the fight. The longer the fight goes, the more it favors Patishnock, as Gracie has a questionable gas tank.
Cameron Dollar vs. Waylon Lowe
An interesting matchup flies under the radar here, as UFC veterans Cameron Dollar and Waylon Lowe meet to move up the ladder in World Series of Fighting. Dollar is a solid submission fighter who has seen success since leaving the UFC. Waylon Lowe is a wrestling-heavy fighter that uses his takedowns and ground-and-pound to stifle opponents. Lowe's wrestling should prevail here en route to a decision.
Ozzy Dugulubgov vs. Chris Wade
Two prospects take center stage here in a fight that will give casual fans an introduction to Ozzy Dugulubgov and Chris Wade. Wade is undefeated with most of his fights coming by decision. Ozzy has been an exciting fighter thus far in his career and could give Wade fits throughout. I will go with Wade and his proven ability to outlast opponents for 15 minutes.
Rick Glenn vs. Alexandre Pimentel
Two featherweight prospects who I am very high on meet in the first fight of the entire night, as Roufusport's Rick Glenn meets top Brazilian prospect Alexandre Pimentel. Glenn is known for his striking, but also has a solid ground game to compliment it. Pimentel is going to want to grapple with Glenn, as staying on the feet will lead to an end of his perfect record. Glenn will defend takedowns and pressure from Pimentel to outpoint him on the feet and grab the judge's approval.