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Fisher and Stout Get Summer Rubber Match

Up-to-the-minute news about UFC on FX 4, taking place June 22 in Atlantic City, NJ

More fight card updates:
UFC on FUEL TV 2 - April 14
UFC 145 - April 21
UFC on FOX 3 - May 5
UFC on FUEL TV 3 - May 15
Strikeforce San Jose - May 19
UFC 146 - May 26
TUF Live Finale - June 1
UFC on FX 3 - June 8
UFC on FX 4 - June 22
UFC 147 - June 23
UFC 148 - July 7
UFC 149 - July 21
As if Faber vs. Cruz 3 and Griffin vs. Ortiz 3 weren't enough, another threematch has been slated for the summer months, this one set for UFC on FX </a>in Atlantic City. Five years after they last met, verbal agreements are in for a rubber match between lightweights Spencer "The King" Fisher and Sam "Hands of Stone" Stout at UFC on FX in Atlantic City. "Their first two fights were absolute wars and this one promises to be just as thrilling," said UFC president Dana White.

At the same event on June 22, always-exciting bantamweight contenders Edwin Figueroa and Ken Stone have verbally agreed to meet.

Pearson vs. Swanson Promises Summer Fireworks updated March 29
Ross Pearson and Cub Swanson have agreed to a June 22 featherweight showdown. "Pearson is looking for a second win at 145 to firmly establish himself as a contender by taking on Swanson, who is one of the division's most battle-tested, exciting fighters," said UFC president Dana White today.

At the same event, undefeated lightweight C.J. Keith will make his UFC debut against Ultimate Fighter finalist Ramsey Nijem.

Hettes Meets Siler in June Battle of 145-Pound Prospects updated March 23
Two of the featherweight division's top prospects return to action on June 22nd in Atlantic City, as unbeaten Jimy Hettes, fresh off back to back wins over Alex Caceres and Nam Phan, takes on The Ultimate Fighter </a>14 vet Steven Siler, who has two consecutive Octagon wins of his own, having beaten Josh Clopton and Cole Miller. This bout has been verbally agreed to.

Jersey Boys Lined Up for UFC on FX </a>in June

The UFC will head down the shore this summer with a UFC on FX </a>event planned for June 22 in Atlantic City.

The main event, as announced on Sunday, will be a five-round battle between two of the best lightweights in the world, Clay Guida and Gray Maynard. Since then, a handful of fights have come together, promising another exciting event on the Eastern seaboard.

Two welterweight bouts will pit the best of Brazil against home-grown talent. Jersey boy Dan Miller will drop to welterweight for the first time in his UFC career for a fight against Ricardo Funch. Plus Matthew Riddle, who grew up one state over in Allentown, Pennsylvania, will take on Luis "Beicao" Ramos. Riddle and Ramos were originally slated to fight at UFC 141 in Las Vegas, but the fight was scratched after Riddle became sick the day of the event.

Two other Garden State natives have also landed spots on the fight card. Rich Attonito, who trains at American Top Team in Florida but was born in Elizabeth, NJ, will face Rick "The Horror" Story at 170 pounds. Plus Nick "The Jersey Devil" Catone will return to action after more than a year in a middleweight tilt with TUF veteran Chris Camozzi.

One more welterweight bout was added at the end of Wednesday: submission specialist TJ Waldburger will face relentless wrestler Brian "Bad Boy" Ebersole.

Verbal agreements for the above bouts are in. Ticket and venue information will be announced soon.


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