William Bush (4-2) and Noel Ligon (5-0) have the chance to become the new Legacy FC Middleweight Champion after the title was vacated earlier this year. The former champion Andrew Craig (8-0) relinquished the title when he signed with the UFC.
In Bush's last fight, he was disqualified for illegal shots to the head. He is currently 2-2 for Legacy FC. Ligon debuted for the Legacy FC in 2010 and has two wins under the company's name. His last victory came in July of this year.
Since the former champion Craig signed with the UFC, he has won both his fights for the company.
The two will fight at the Legacy FC 15 show on November 16 from the Houston Arena Theater.
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