Quick Hits: Loughran Leaves UFC, Rogers to Fight in April & More

Nate Loughran. Photo courtesy of the Palace Fighting Championship.

Nate Loughran, a protege of former UFC middleweight title challenger David Terrell, has successfully requested his release from the Ultimate Fighting Championship after posting a 1-1 record in the promotion last year. According to his manager, Loughran plans to drop to the welterweight division from middleweight and fight in some smaller shows before likely returning to the UFC in the near future. [MMA Weekly]

Former EliteXC heavyweight standout Brett Rogers has reportedly been informed by Strikeforce officials that he may be part of the promotion’s April 11 event in San Jose, California. Rogers last competed at EliteXC’s “Primetime” event last May, where he scored a first-round knockout of Jon Murphy. [Five Ounces of Pain]

Longtime kickboxing standout Rick Roufus will reportedly take on former boxing heavyweight title challenger and undefeated mixed martial artist Jeremy Williams in the main of the World Cagefighting Alliance’s second-ever event on May 8 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. [Five Ounces of Pain]


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