by MMAWeekly.com Staff
EA Sports on Friday announced the addition of two more fighters to the roster for the upcoming release of its EA Sports MMA video game. Dan Henderson, a recent marquee addition to Strikeforce, and rising talent Tyron Woodley, add to a long list of Strikeforce talent flavoring the game.
Henderson signed on with Strikeforce after reaching an impass with his former employer the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He is expected to challenge Jake Shields for the Strikeforce middleweight championship sometime in April, although the bout has yet to be signed off.
Woodley has quickly emerged as one of Strikeforce’s top prospects. He has won three straight bouts for the promotion, which brings his record to a spotless six wins to no losses.
Other fighters confirmed for the EA Sports MMA roster include Fedor Emelianenko, Randy Couture, Bobby Lashley, Tyron Woodley, Joe Riggs, Nick Diaz, Marius Zaromskis, Joe Riggs, Melvin Manhoef, Tim Kennedy, Frank Shamrock, Jay Hieron, Gegard Mousasi, Renato Sobral, Nick Thompson, Brett Rogers, Hidehiko Yoshida, Shinya Aoki, Jake Shields, Muhammed Lawal, Jason Miller, Cung Le, Gilbert Melendez, Robbie Lawler, Ronaldo Souza, Matt Lindland, Scott Smith, Josh Thomson, and Frank Trigg.