Each day, The MMA Corner will provide a recap of results, event announcements, fight match-ups, and injuries/cancellations from throughout the world of MMA.

Okami signs with WSOF

Yushin Okami’s UFC release shocked a number of fans, but “Thunder” will find a home in World Series of Fighting. WSOF officials announced the signing on Monday, meaning that Okami will join names such as Jesse Taylor, David Branch, and Danillo Villefort in the promotion’s middleweight division. Okami could fight as early as 2014 if the stars align for the former UFC middleweight title challenger, who will come off of his UFC Fight Night 28 loss over Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza to compete for his new promotion.

Kongo-Queiroz added to Bellator 106

Bellator MMA’s first pay-per-view will get heavyweight fireworks as Cheick Kongo and Vinicius Queiroz do battle in a season-nine heavyweight tournament final at Bellator 106. The winner will see Alexander Volkov for the Bellator heavyweight crown, provided Volkoc defeats “Summer Series” winner Vitaly Minakov in an upcoming title defense. Kongo and Queiroz both score knockout wins at Bellator 102, where Queiroz stopped Lavar Johnson and Kongo finished Mark Godbeer.

Makovsky-Manzanares title fight booked for RFA 11/box_dark]

RFA 11 returns on Nov. 22 with a flyweight title headliner of Zack Makovsky and Matt Manzanares. Makovsky returned to the win column against Claudio Ledesma for the Cage Fury promotion, while Manzanares comes off of a two-fight winning run, with both wins in the current streak coming under the RFA banner. The title bout will decide the new RFA flyweight champion, as former champion Sergio Pettis vacated the crown to sign on for a UFC 167 bout with Vaughan Lee.

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[divider]All UFC Fight Night 29 drug tests come back clean

Jake Shields and Demian Maia were two of the many fighters whose drug tests came back clean after UFC Fight Night 29 last week. All fighters underwent pre-fight drug tests, while the two headliners joined four other men in post-fight drug test screening. Shields, along with Rousimar Palhares, Joey Beltran, and Thiago Silva, once tested positive for banned substances, but all four tested negative after Wednesday’s fights.

Source: MMA Fighting

Patino-Ferreira, Cejudo-DeLeon set for Legacy FC 25

Jorge Patino knows the next challenger to his Legacy lightweight throne, and it will come in the form of Carlos Diego Ferreira at Legacy FC 25 in Houston’s Arena Theatre on Nov. 15. Additionally, Henry Cejudo meets Humberto DeLeon , who replaces Elias Garcia at the event. Unbeaten prospects Cejudo and Ferreira come off of unanimous decision wins at Legacy FC 24 this past weekend, while two-division champion rides a seven-fight winning streak into his upcoming title defense, and Deleon looks to snap a four-fight skid.

Source: MMA Junkie

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