Expect that to be his number one priority when he throws hands opposite promotion newcomer Jorgen Kruth at the UFC on FUEL TV 5 event planned for the Capital FM Arena in Nottingham, England on Sept. 29, 2012.
The UFC announced the 205-pound match-up earlier today.
The two lethal light heavyweights slugged it out across three rounds in a thrilling back-and-forth affair that ultimately went in favor of "The Duke," which marked the second time the Brazilian boxer was viewed unfavorably by the judges, as he also dropped a close three-rounder to Kyle Kingsbury nearly a year ago.
Don't put it in the hands of ... well, you know the rest.
Kruth (5-0) was originally booked to make his Octagon debut on the UFC on FUEL TV 2 fight card in his native Sweden; however, an untimely injury shelved him for the first half of the year and left the undefeated Muay Thai striker with no place to ply his trade.
UFC on FUEL TV 5 will be headlined by a Akira Corassani.battle pitting vs. . In addition, brawler will take on while The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 15: "Live" contestant goes to war against fellow and TUF veteran