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Pablo Alfonso and Miguel Torres completes WSOF 6 line up

Written on October 14, 2013 by Hector

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Miguel Torres will look for his first win in WSOF against newcomer Pablo Alfonso

This October’s WSOF 6, which features the organization’s first ever welterweight championship fight, is finally complete with the addition of a featherweight clash between Pablo Alfonso and Miguel Torres. The two fighters will be looking to grab their first WSOF win in the preliminary cards of the event.

Torres, a former WEC bantamweight champion has lost his recent outing when he dropped a razor thin decision to Marlon Baroes in the inaugural event of WSOF. Prior to that, he was knocked out by Michael McDonald in what turned out to be his final UFC appearance. He has only suffered 6 losses in 46 fights but 3 of them came in his last four bouts.

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Dan Lauzon, Stabbed Outside Boston-area Nightclub

Written on February 18, 2011 by Markham Mencken

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Dan Lauzon is recovering today after being stabbed in the shoulder, following an altercation early Thursday morning outside a Boston-area nightclub.

According to an initial report from the Enterprise News, ex-UFC lightweight – Dan Lauzon – was stabbed with a knife on top of his shoulder. He incurred the injury at around 1 am ET, during a fight with a group of men in a club’s parking lot somewhere in Boston.

And though Dan Lauzon’s name was removed from the police report afterwards, his brother and current UFC lightweight fighter – Joe Lauzon – confirmed the incident on his personal blog.

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Dan Lauzon: In the Winner’s Roster Again

Written on October 05, 2010 by Markham Mencken

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The youngest fighter UFC ever had is now back in the arena to redeem his mark. Dan "The Upgrade" Lauzon writes his name back in the winner's card after defeating John Ortolini in the main event of Triumph Fighter 4 Hostile.

Dan “The Upgrade” Lauzon, the younger brother of TUF Season 5 semi-finalist Joe Lauzon, outperformed John Ortolani on second-round hits in the main event of Triumph Fighter 4 “Hostile,” ending a two-fight losing streak. The Upgrade was released from the UFC after his unanimous decision loss to Efrain Escudero last May. Dan Lauzon also made history when he set foot in the Octagon at the age of 18, being labeled as the youngest fighter ever to compete inside the promotion. Unfortunately, Lauzon loss the battle against Spencer Fisher that time. But after winning the Hostile event in New Hampshire, it seems like the now 22-year-old Lauzon is back to the Win Column.

What lies ahead in The Upgrade’s way? Share with us your opinions in purview by leaving a comment.

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