World Series of Fighting has announced the completion of the live NBCSN televised portion of its WSOF 32 world championship doubleheader, with the addition of a middleweight fight between undefeated Shamil Gamzatov vs. Louis Taylor.

The 25-year-old Gamzatov (10-0) has defeeated all of his opponents by way of either (T)KO or submission in either the first or second round of action. In his most recent WSO bout fans saw Gamzatov walke away with a violent first round TKO over Teddy Holder.

His opponent, 5-foot-11, 37-year-old Taylor (12-3) will enter this bout looking to improve on five-fight win streak. In his most recent effort, Taylor finished Cory Devela in just 29 seconds with a guillotine choke submission at WSOF 29. To date, 11 of his 12 career wins have ended by way (T)KO or submission.

In addition, the WSOF officials announced the first WSOF32 preliminary bout, a much-anticipated rematch between a pair of unbeaten featherweight rivals in Hakeem “Mean” Dawodu vs. Marat Magomedov.

A protégé of famed Muay Thai trainer Mike Miles, the 5-foot-8, 24-year-old Dawodu (5-0-1) has claimed four consecutive victories, all by way of (T)KO, under the WSOF banner, before facing off with Magomedov last December 18. Following three rounds of back-and-forth action, the fight was declared a majority draw.

The 5-foot-8, 25-year-old (7-0-1) has claimed all but one of his wins by way of submission, beginning with his professional debut on July 1, 2011 when he forced Dzhambulat Magomedov to tap out from a triangle choke in the first round of their matchup.

WSOF32: Moraes vs. Hill II takes place at Xfinity Arena at Everett on Saturday, July 30. In the world bantamweight (135 pounds) championship main event, reigning kingpin Marlon Moraes (16-4) will risk his title for the second time against challenger Josh “Gentleman” Hill (14-1).

Additional preliminary card bouts for WSOF32 will be announced soon.

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