Originally written on 5thRound.com  |  Last updated 11/19/14
With just 10 days remaining until showtime, it was announced Bas Rutten (Pictured) and Todd Harris will rock the mic for World Series of Fighting’s inaugural event. The show takes place November 3rd on NBC Sports Network from Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. “We are thrilled that Bas and Todd have signed on for our first event,” said World Series of Fighting president Ray Sefo. “These guys are true professionals and we know that their commentary will add tremendous value to our first card.” Rutten brings with him a long history of providing both insightful and entertaining commentary for numerous fight promotions. Harris is a part of NBC’s coverage of the Summer and Winter Olympic Games. In the MMA world, Harris is best known for hosting “UFC Tonight” on FUEL TV. A heavyweight bash between former UFC champ Andrei Arlovski and Devin Cole headlines the festivities. NBC Sports Network (formerly known as Versus Network) broadcasts the main card live starting at 10:30PM ET/7:30PM PT. Here is the show’s complete roster: Preliminary Card: Ramico Blackmon vs. Steve Carl Waylon Lowe vs. Fabio Mello Dave Branch vs. Dustin Jacoby Gesias “JZ” Cavalcante vs. T.J. O’Brien Gerald Harris vs. Josh Burkman Ronys Torres vs. Brian Cobb Travis Bartlett vs. Tyrone Spong Main Card: Gregor Gracie vs. Tyson Steel Anthony Johnson vs. D.J. Linderman Miguel Torres vs. Marlon Moraes Andrei Arlovski vs. Devin Cole
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