Middleweights Tom Lawlor and Tim Credeur has have agreed to "get it on" at UFC 113, which is planned for the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on May 8, according to MixedMartialArts.com.
"The Filthy Mauler" is coming off a controversial split decision loss to Aaron Simpson at UFC Fight Night 20 last month in Fairfax, Virginia. Many people watching the bout on Spike TV, as well as live inside the Patriot Center, had Lawlor winning two of three rounds to secure his third consecutive win in the UFC.
Just not all the judges sitting ringside.
Prior to the setback, The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 8 competitor had knocked off two other former TUF products, including Kyle Klingsbury and C.B. Dollaway in back-to-back contests.
Tim "Crazy" Credeur was last seen in an absolute war with Nate Quarry last September. Even though he was on the wrong end of the unanimous decision, he and "The Rock" were rewarded for their classic battle with "Fight of the Night" honors.
Credeur had won his first three bouts in the UFC following his stint on TUF 7.
UFC 113 is expected to be headlined by a rematch between Lyoto Machida and Mauricio "Shogun" Rua. The card's co-main event is set to feature an exciting welterweight match up between perennial top contender, Josh Koscheck, and the explosive Paul Daley.
Kimbo Slice is also expected to make his pay-per-view (PPV) debut against fellow TUF 10 cast member, Matt Mitrione.
MMAmania.com will have more news on UFC 113 as it breaks.