Being the president of World Series of Fighting (WSOF) is a fulltime job, but Ray Sefo hasn't ruled out the idea of returning to competitive action.
"I'm still very active," said Sefo on The MMA Hour. "I want to fight seven more fights to make it 100 [professional fights] then retire. I promise. I really don't know when that final date is gonna come, but that's what I have set in my head."
Throughout his career, Sefo has been active in boxing, kickboxing and MMA. As a boxer he racked up a 5-1 record, last competing over a decade ago. In kickboxing he found his most success where he went 56-22-1. His last fight was earlier this year in a losing effort. Sefo stands 2-1 in MMA with his last ending in 97 seconds via a submission loss for Strikeforce.
"At some point I'm gonna get busy with World Series of Fighting stuff, but right now I can do all this," said Sefo. "If it gets to a point where it's going to compromise certain things, I will make adjustments to it."
The debut of WSOF airs November 3 for free on NBC Sports. The show is headlined by Andrei Arlovski (17-9-1 NC) vs. Devin Cole (20-9-1).
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