First off, LoBosco is no slouch. He came into this contest undefeated and as mentioned above, he comes out of St. Charles MMA in Missouri which has produced some great lighter weight fighters including Alptekin Ozkilic and Josh Sampo. He will be back. That said, Palmer is the real deal. This victory on the main card of WSOF 10 puts him in a really good spot with the promotion right now. If his next fight is with WSOF it’s likely to be of the title shot variety against newly crowned champion Rick Glenn.
Palmer, who trains at Team Alpha Male, suffered his lone career loss against Georgi Karakhanyan at WSOF 7 for the then vacant featherweight title. Karakhanyan dropped that very title to Glenn the other night in Vegas. It only makes sense to get Palmer right back in there to set up a possible rematch between him and Karakhanyan down the road. The WSOF has limited starpower in the featherweight division so it’s never a bad thing to continue to build up this little love triangle that’s being created right before our eyes involving Karakhanyan, Palmer and of course the newly crowned champ Rick Glenn.
Check out the highlights of Palmer’s RNC finish of LoBosco below.
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