UFC 105: Paul Taylor vs John Hathaway in the works for Nov. 14

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Up-and-coming welterweights Paul Taylor (10-4-1) and John Hathaway (11-0) are penciled in to throw hands in a 170-pound match up at UFC 105 from the Manchester Evening News (MEN) Arena in Manchester, England, on Nov. 14, according to Fighter’s Only magazine.

"Relentless" has been just that, fighting six times since stopping Edilberto de Oliveirahis in his Octagon debut back at UFC 70: "Nations Collide," also held at the MEN Arena.

Taylor was last seen outpointing Peter Sobotta at UFC 99: "The Comeback" last June.

Hathaway will make his third trip to the eight-walled cage since pounding out Tom Egan at January's UFC 93: "Franklin vs. Henderson" event. The still unbeaten "Hitman" also fought at UFC 99, taking a unanimous decision win over Ricky Story.

UFC 105 has yet to be officially announced by the promotion; however, hometown hero Michael "The Count" Bisping is expected to compete in the co-main event opposite Denis Kang.

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