Former hockey enforcer Steve Bosse debuts at TUF Nations Finale against Ryan Jimmo
Former hockey enforcer Steve Bosse has signed with the UFC and will face Ryan Jimmo at The Ultimate Fighter Nations finale card in April
Ryan Jimmo welcomes former semi-pro hockey enforcer Steve Bosse to the UFC.
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By Damon Martin
Former hockey enforcer turned MMA fighter Steve Bosse has signed with the UFC and will meet fellow Canadian Ryan Jimmo on the upcoming Ultimate Fighter Nations finale card in Quebec City, Quebec on April 16.
UFC officials announced the fight with verbal agreements in place on Wednesday.
Bosse (10-1) is a former semi-professional hockey player who got his reputation for being the nastiest enforcer while playing for the North American Hockey League. Following his exit from the sport, Bosse instead turned his attention to MMA where he's found a lot of success.
Quebec’s 10-1 Steve ‘The Boss’ Bosse has verbally agreed to make his UFC debut April 16 in Quebec City against Halifax’s 18-3 @RyanJimmo
Currently riding an eight-fight win streak, Bosse will make his UFC debut in May against a veteran opponent with championship credentials.
Ryan Jimmo (18-3) returns to action after suffering a leg injury that cost him his last bout against Jimi Manuwa in October. Now back to full health, the former Canadian title holder will hope to improve on his current 2-2 record in the UFC with a win over Bosse in Quebec City.
The Ultimate Fighter Nations card will go down on April 16 with middleweights Michael Bisping and Tim Kennedy headlining the show in a five-round main event.