The World Series of Fighting announced the signing of three new fighters to contracts Friday, as Brian Foster, Benny Madrid and Bryson Hansen all joined the active roster.
Also, the WSOF resigned Brenson Hansen to a new deal.
“Our World Series of Fighting family continues to grow, and I can’t wait to see this latest group of guys step into the decagon,” World Series of Fighting President Ray Sefo said. “Brian Foster, Benny Madrid and Bryson Hansen are all incredibly talented athletes that I think can make an immediate impact in our promotion, and fans can expect to see them in early 2014.
“We also signed a new deal with Bryson’s brother, Brensen Hansen, who has looked fantastic in his two appearances for World Series of Fighting. Our roster just keeps looking better and better each day.”
Foster holds a record of 19-6 in his career and has won five of his last six fights. Madrid is 7-1, while Hansen is 6-1. Foster competes at welterweight, Madrid at lightweight and Hansen at bantamweight.
“I’m grateful for the opportunity to compete in the WSOF,” Foster said. “The company continues to sign great talent, and I’m happy to be a part of the team and take this chance to rise to my true potential. I just want to show the world what I’m capable of when I’m at my best, and this is a great place to do it.”
Brenson Hansen, the brother of Bryson, is 5-1 and a member of the featherweight division.
“It’s going to be good to be working alongside my brother for the WSOF,” Bryson said. “There will be bigger and better things to come from me in my career, and fighting on NBCSN and the international broadcast partners they have planned can only elevate me as a fighter.”