Since leaving the WEC in December 2010 Horodecki has gone 2-1-1 with a win over David Castillo in Knockout Entertainment before three in Bellator, his most recent being a disappointing KO loss to Mike Richman that brought him to 18-4-1. Horodecki has shown submission skills with three of his wins coming by submission but he definitely prefers to stand and strike as he showed at the beginning of his career when he started with a twelve-fight win streak. Horodecki understandably hasn’t been the same since his original coach Shawn Tompkins died in August 2011 but at 25 years old he still has plenty of time to adapt and regain his former hype. Brad Cardinal has a solid 16-8 record however MFC is his biggest challenge to date. In the same time Horodecki went 2-1-1 post-WEC Cardinal went 3-2 with his last two fights being a TKO over Tim Skidmore and an armbar of Travis Briere. Where Horodecki is thought to have the edge in technique Cardinal is said to have the edge in aggression and heart, the makings for a sure slugging war.
In the co-main event UFC vet Tyler Toner takes on local hero John Fraser. Toner lost to Ian Loveland in the TUF 12 finale then returned to ROF where he went 2-1, a loss to Cameron Dollar in June being his only fight so far this year. Fraser’s seven-fight win streak in W-1 MMA and SFS came to a halt in August as he lost to Josh Hill by unanimous decision in the main event of SFS 5. Fraser is mainly known for his submission skills while Toner is the more well-rounded fighter making this one appear to many to be “Fight of the Night” potential.
SFS 6 card:
Scott Hudson vs.Kyle Post
Kyle Nelson vs.Jo Pehtagoose
Josh Taveirne vs.Brett Biederman
Malcolm Gordon vs.Tyler Kirk
Joel Paquette vs.Ronnie Phillips
Jason Meisel vs.Eric Attard
Jesse Gross vs.Seiji Sugiman-Marangos
Sergej Juskevic vs.Gerald Meerschaert
Tony Hervey vs.Jorge Britto
Lyndon Whitlock vs.Rick Glenn
Josh Fraser vs.Tyler Toner
Chris Horodecki vs.Brad Cardinal