KB Bhullar and Andreas Michailidis are every getting a shot at their first UFC retract when they face every other on Would possibly well 1.
Officers announced the middleweight matchup Tuesday. This will seemingly be Michailidis’ return to the 185-pound division after making his UFC debut as a gentle heavyweight in July of ultimate twelve months.
The bout used to be first reported by BJPenn.com.
Bhullar, who hails from Alberta, Canada, suffered the first defeat of his skilled profession when he ran into Tom Breese this previous October at a UFC Fight Island match. The more UFC-examined Breese critical now now not up to two minutes to dispatch Bhullar. Sooner than making his UFC debut, Bhullar compiled an 8-0 legend competing in Canada.
Greece’s Michailidis (12-4) seen a 3-fight retract poke snapped when he faced Modestas Bukauskas on Fight Island. He stepped in on now now not up to two weeks’ ask as a replacement for Vinicius Moreira, who withdrew after testing chase for COVID-19. Michailidis debuted in the UFC on the power of three consecutive first-spherical knockout victories.
A beforehand reported featherweight bout between Damon Jackson (18-4-1, 1 NC) and T.J. Laramie (12-4) used to be also made legit Tuesday.
The Would possibly well 1 UFC match is scheduled to be headlined by a gentle heavyweight bout between Dominick Reyes and Jiri Prochazka.