Lightweight rising star Ozzy Dugulubgov (right) will return to action at WSOF26 on Friday, Dec. 18, where he will face submission ace Nic Herron-Webb, live on NBCSN. (WS)F)WSOF 26 Main Card Finalized With Addition of 3 New Bouts José Youngs November 24, 2015 News, Spotlight, WSOF World Series of Fighting announced today that it has added three new bouts, thus completing the main card for the upcoming WSOF26: Palmer vs. Almeida. Joining the card will be a lightweight contest between aggressive-minded, rising star Ozzy Dugulubgov and submission specialist Nic Herron-Webb, a bantamweight matchup between wrestling phenom Josh Hill and undefeated Bekbulat Magomedov as well as a featherweight fight between Robbie Peralta and Sheymon Moraes. “We are looking forward to closing out a year of incredible growth for World Series of Fighting with an exceptional lineup of world-class bouts featuring some of our most established superstars as well as several new faces that we recently welcomed to our roster and that we expect to make an immediate impact in our decagon cage,” said World Series of Fighting President Ray Sefo. The 26-year-old Dugulubgov (7-2) will be looking to pick up his third consecutive win and second of 2015, following a first round TKO over Lucas Montoya in April. Prior to this win, the Renzo Gracie protégé put together an impressive 4-1 under the WSOF banner, including a highlight-real knockout over of Keon Caldwell. His opponent, the 25-year-old Herron-Webb (18-6) has won all four of his last bouts by way of submission. To date, 14 of Herron-Webb’s 18 professional career wins have ended with his opponent tapping, eight of which ending in the opening frame. A former WSOF title challenger, Hill (12-1) went the distance with reigning bantamweight champion Marlon Moraes before finding himself on the losing end of a unanimous decision in his last appearance with the promotion at WSOF 18 in February. The 28-year-old has since recovered with back-to-back wins under smaller promotions, including a third round submission over Josh Rettinghouse in May Magomedov (16-0) of Makhachkala, Dagestan, Russia, will risk his perfect record in the U.S. for the first time ever, after a run that has distinguished the 24-year-old Sambo champion as the number two ranked featherweight in Ukraine and the number seven ranked featherweight in Russia. Of Magomedov’s 16 professional career victories, 8 have come by way of (T)KO and 3 have come by way of submission. Peralta (18-6, 1 NC) will be making his WSOF debu. The man known as “Problems” has earned (T)KO wins in 13 of his 18 professional career victories to date. The 29-year-old made his first big mark in the sport on April 9, 2011 when he scored an upset over then-DREAM champion Hiroyuki Takaya by way of split decision under the promotion of the now-defunct Strikeforce. Moraes (7-1) will look to rebound after suffering his first professional defeat at the hands of reigning WSOF champion Marlon Moraes in August. Prior to the title fight, the 25-year-old member of Team Nogueira scored (T)KO wins over four of his first seven opponents. The entire event will be headlined by a world championship bout between reigning featherweight champion Lance Palmer and Alexandre Almeida, at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Friday, Dec. 18. The main card will air live on NBCSN, at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT.