Former featherweight contender Jeremy Stephens will move up a division to face Mateusz Gamrot at UFC Fight Night on July 17.
Stephens was set to make his Light Heavyweight return in the UFC Las Vegas 24 co-headliner, but during the event’s ceremonial fights he roughly shoved Klose, which left the 33-year-old fighter unable to fight as he was diagnosed with a concussion and a cervical sprain.
Stephens, 34, has not won since knocking out Josh Emmett in February 2018.
Gamrot, a former KSW champion, holds an 18 – 1 – (1 NC) record as a pro and is coming off his first promotional win with a second round KO over veteran Scott Holtzman at UFC on ABC 2.
Schedule – Hours
The fight Jeremy Stephens vs Mateusz Gamrot will begin on Saturday, July 17 at 6 p.m. ET / 3 p.m. PT.
In the United States, the UFC Fight Night: Jeremy Stephens vs Mateusz Gamrot prelims can be seen in its entiriety on ESPN and via live stream on ESPN+.
In the U.K., the event can be seen on BT Sport 1.
More details about how to watch in other countries can be found at UFC.com.
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