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WSOF inks superhero sibling Caros Fodor along with Strikeforce vet Cory Devela

Lightweight Caros Fodor, brother of crime-fighting superhero Phoenix Jones (Ben Fodor), has inked a deal with World Series of Fighting (WSOF) along with Middleweight prospect Cory "The One" Devela.

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If one Fodor is good, two can only be better.

Longtime mixed martial arts (MMA) veteran Caros Fodor has been announced as the latest addition to World Series of Fighting (WSOF). He's a 10-4 lightweight with experience in both Strikeforce and UFC, who is three out of his last four bouts for ONE Championship.

He's also the brother of MMA superhero "Phoenix Jones."

WSOF also signed middleweight veteran Cory "The One" Devela (15-6), which came with high praise from WSOF President Ray Sefo:

"Caros and Cory are two seasoned and accomplished stars in their respective weight classes, so it is a pleasure to welcome them aboard. 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."

Devela is also a former Strikeforce veteran who is likely to make an immediate impact given he's on a four fight win streak. Both will have their debut bouts announced at a later date.

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