Miguel Torres was looking to get back on track at World Series of Fighting (WSOF) 6. That didn’t happen as he was submitted with a guillotine choke halfway through the opening round. Torres is now pointing the blame finger partially towards the referee.
While in the cage, Torres was informed by the referee he needed to have shorts which required the fighter to sprint 100 yards towards the dressing room and then back.
“Was not expecting that, threw my mind off and I didn’t execute in my fight,” said Torres post-fight. “I make no excuse and take this lose personally and with full responsibility, I am better than what I showed today.”
Torres is now 40-7 and has dropped three straight. The last two defeats came out of the WSOF.
During the fight, Torres may have suffered a broken orbital bone. That hasn’t been confirmed.