When Miguel Torres returns to action at World Series of Fighting (WSOF) 6, it will be just days shy of a full year away from the cage. Torres felt the pressure to compete was hurting his passion to fight.
“Before it was a full-time job, and I developed all my skills and habits towards fighting,” said Torres to MMA Fighting. “I was becoming too much like a workman. Now I haven’t fought for a while and I’m fighting because I want to fight again. I miss it, because I want to have fun.”
Torres found success in the WEC, becoming their bantamweight champion. After going 2-2 for the UFC, Torres was released. He signed with the WSOF and suffered a split-decision defeat on their debut show to Marlon Moraes.
Pablo Alfonso will face Torres at WSOF 6. He’s 8-5 and has a pair of first round stoppages for CFA.
They’re the final prelim contest of WSOF 6. It’s out of the BankUnited Center in Coral Gables, FL.