Dan Lauzon, the younger brother of UFC lightweight Joe Lauzon, has signed a multi-fight deal with the World Series of Fighting. Joe Cavallaro, the manager for Lauzon, confirmed the signing with MMAWeekly.com Thursday.
Lauzon is expected to debut in 2013 for the WSOF. He is also a lightweight and is riding a four-fight win streak.
Back in 2010, Lauzon (16-4) went 0-2 with the UFC, falling to Cole Miller and Efrain Escudero. He has rebounded to earn four stoppage victories since, but has not fought since last December.
Lauzon also fought for the UFC in 2006, falling to Spencer Fisher via TKO.
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