Report: Spencer Fisher vs. Sam Stout II on thehorizon?

Spencer Fischer vs. Sam Tout UFC
UFC lightweights Spencer Fisher (19-3) and Sam Stout (11-2-1) could possibly rematch at an upcoming Ultimate Fight Night, according to

At UFC 58 in March 2006, Stout outpointed Fisher on most judges scorecards en route to a split-decision victory.

It's important to note that Fisher took the fight on short notice and was forced to cut a significant amount of weight in a short time, draining him physically once the action started.

Even still, he managed to perform well — well enough to believe that he was robbed that night at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada.

In his next bout after defeating Fisher, "Hands of Stone" got manhandled by Kenny Florian (5-3), tapping because of a rear naked choke early in round one. Thereafter, Stout went on to win two more bouts under the Canadian-based TKO Major League MMA promotion.

Stout is 1-1 in the Octagon.

As for Fisher, he jetted for three weeks of Muay Thai training in Thailand after suffering a loss via technical knockout to Hermes Franca (18-5) at UFC Fight Night 8 earlier this year. He's a Miletich-trained fighter who is not only looking for revenge, but to also get back in the hunt for the 155-pound gold strap.

There's no word yet on a potential date for the next UFC Fight Night event on Spike television.

Stay tuned.

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