The win puts Mein at 12-2 since 2010 with two wins out of SFS. His last three fights have been for Strikeforce, with the most recent being in July. He's 2-1 for Strikeforce with the only lose being a split decision.
"Jordan Mein is part of the next generation of fighters we're looking to showcase," said Brendan Fyfe, SFS promoter to MMA Junkie. "He is entertaining, well-rounded and always looks for the toughest opponents."
In the co-main event of SFS 7, Jesse Ronson (11-2) went home with a decision win over WEC veteran Jesse Ronson (11-2).
SFS 7 took place November 23 from the Hamilton Place Theatre in Canada. SFS can be seen live on AXS TV.
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