The World Series of Fighting has expanded its roster of fighters by three. The organization has signed welterweight Brian Foster, lightweight Benny Madrid, and bantamweight Bryson Hansen.
Foster was cut from the UFC in 2010 after a 3-2 run. He has since won five of his past six in smaller promotions such as Cage Warriors and Victory Fighting Championship. He now holds a 19-6 record.
Madrid recently picked up the first loss of his career, a unanimous decision defeat at the hands of Victor Meza in King of the Cage. Prior to that, the 33-year old lightweight boasted a 7-0 record, with six stoppages.
Hansen has spent the past five years fighting in the Hawaiian promotion X-1, before recently taking a first round KO in Mexico at Xtreme Fighters 2. He is now 6-1 overall.