Tyrone Spong has a busy late June. On June 14 he’s the co-main event of World Series of Fighting (WSOF) 3. He is also set for GLORY 9 on June 22. Now obtaining a visa to leave Holland has put both fights in jeopardy.
His manager Glenn Robinson will likely have to pull the plug in four weeks if the new visa doesn’t arrive, reports MMA Fighting. Spong, who has only one MMA fight under his name, feels he needs a full camp to prepare. He took his debut for the WSOF against Travis Bartlett in round one.
Spong wasn’t aware of proper places in Holland to train for MMA. His manager continued that his client would take the kickboxing card over the WSOF.