WSOF signs Caros Fodor and Cory Devela to exclusive, multi-year agreements

The World Series of Fighting has added a lightweight and middleweight to its roster as the promotion has signed Caros Fodor and Cory Devela to exclusive, multi-year agreements.


Both signings were announced by the promotion in a press release on Thursday morning.

Fodor (10-4) is the brother of WSOF welterweight Phoenix Jones aka Ben Fodor and has won back to back fights. His most recent victory took place nearly one year ago as he submitted Vincent Latoel at ONE Championship 20.

Devala (15-6) has gone 4-1 since exiting Strikeforce in 2010 and is currently on a three fight winning streak. His most recent win came in June as he defeated UFC veteran Nick Ring by unanimous decision at School of Hard Knocks 44.

“Caros and Cory are two seasoned and accomplished stars in their respective weight classes, so it is a pleasure to welcome them aboard,” said World Series of Fighting President Ray Sefo. “With our roster of stars and our schedule of live events and television programming all growing rapidly, this is a more exciting time than ever for World Series of Fighting, and we are delighted to be able to have more and more established talent like Caros and Cory be a part of what we are building.”

The WSOF debut of Fodor and Devala are expected to be announced shortly by the promotion.