Marlon Moraes has done enough work to be granted a spot when the WSOF introduces their inaugural bantamweight title. WSOF president Ray Sefo informed Moraes of the golden opportunity.
“Ray Sefo promised me my next fight for the title, so for me, I’m just waiting,” said Moraes on MMA Junkie Radio. “Let’s see who they’re going to get for me.”
Moraes is 12-4 with his last two years being out of XFC and WSOF. He’s won six straight, which includes four under the WSOF banner. The latest win was a 32 second knockout of Carson Beebe, which occurred over the weekend.
On that same card, Steve Carl became the inaugural welterweight champion and the first person to hold WSOF gold.
No opponent of date for Moraes’ future title shot is known.