Former World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) Bantamweight Champion Miguel Torres, who was released from Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), following his loss to Michael McDonald at UFC 145 last April, will make his return to the cage on Nov. 3, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
But it won't be with Titan Fighting Championship.
Torres (40-5) announced his addition to the regional mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion just last week; however, a new report from MMA Fighting indicates he's instead joined forces with the World Series of Fighting (WSOF) organization, which is expected to make its "Sin City" debut on NBC Sports (formerly Versus) later this year.
An opponent has not been determined at this time.
Torres was originally released from his UFC contract back on Dec. 8, 2011, following a controversial rape joke on his official Twitter account, but was given a second chance after Torres "impressed" UFC President Dana White with the way he handled his business outside the cage.
Inside the cage? That's a different story.
After coughing up the bantamweight belt to Brian Bowles under the WEC banner, Torres went 3-3 while failing to generate any kind of momentum to propel himself back into the 135-pound title hunt. Time to get back on the horse and ride on.
For more on his UFC release back on Aug. 22 click here.