I’ll always have a place in my sordid heart for Ray Sefo, who used to compete in K-1 where he was a mainstay for many years and still has a ton of fans in Japan. Sefo might have never captured a K-1 World Grand Prix Championship, but that doesn’t make him any less of a legend. Ray Sefo has also been dabbling in Mixed Martial Arts over the past few years as a competitor, but hasn’t fought since an embarrassing loss to Valentijn Overeem in Strikeforce in 2011 where he tapped to a neck crank.
Sefo might be the man in charge at World Series of Fighting, but that doesn’t mean that he doesn’t want to actually fight, either, as he has announced his intentions to step into the ring at World Series of Fighting 4. WSOF 4 is scheduled for August 10th in Ontario, Canada and while Sefo doesn’t have an opponent yet, it will likely be one of the fighters who were unable to compete for WSOF3, which means Rolles Gracie or David Huckuba.