FiveOuncesOfPain.com has recently been able to confirm the news of the bout through sources close to the fight.
Of course Frye recently pulled out of his scheduled August 28 match-up against Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal at “M-1 Global: Breakthrough” citing the change of venue from California to Kansas as the reason for his withdrawal.
Herman has established himself as a finishing machine in the heavyweight division, with every one of his victories ending on his own terms. Eleven knockouts and three submission make up Herman’s fourteen victories as a professional, compiling wins over the likes of Mario Rinaldi, “Meat Truck” Kerry Schall and Ron Waterman along the way. He recently bounced back from his first defeat as a professional at the hands of Choi Mu Bae in January by TKO’ing a game Josh Barnes at Bellator 5 in May.
Frye has gone 2-2 in his last four fights, notching wins over Bryan Pardoe and Rich Moss while dropping bouts to James Thompson and Ikihusa Minowa. Frye also recently made a small appearance in the motion picture blockbuster “Public Enemies”.