World Series of Fighting has added a few more UFC veterans to their upcoming debut show. The biggest addition, former welterweight Anthony Johnson will take on light heavyweight D.J. Linderman on the card, which takes place Nov. 3 at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.
Johnson won the biggest fights of his career in the UFC's welterweight division. However, cutting weight was always a struggle. For his last bout with the promotion, "Rumble" moved up to middleweight, but came up short against Vitor Belfort. Since being released from the promotion, Johnson has fought at both middleweight and light heavyweight picking up three-straight wins over David Branch, Esteves Jones and Jake Rosholt.
Linderman has fought at both light heavyweight and heavyweight. His biggest brush with greatness came when he was part of Bellator's inaugural light heavyweight tournament. In the first round, "Da Protege" upset Raphael Davis. He then dropped a split-decision to Richard Hale in the semifinals. Linderman also holds wins over Mario Rinaldi, Mike Hayes and Mychal Clark.
WSOF also announced the addition of David Branch vs. Dustin Jacoby and Waylon Lowe vs. Fabio Mello on the card.
In the main event of the debut card, former UFC heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovksi will take on IFL and Strikeforce veteran Devin Cole.