Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) flyweight hopefuls Louis Gaudinot and Phil Harris will tangle on the upcoming UFC Fight Night 37 fight card, which is set to go down inside the O2 Arena in London, England, on March 8, 2014, via the promotion's new "Fight Pass" network.
UFC officials announced the 125-pound match-up earlier today.
Gaudinot (6-3) has struggled since graduating from the fourteenth season of The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) combat sports reality show. After saying "Goodnight" to "Brutal" Johnny Bedford at the TUF 14 finale, the scrappy Tiger Schulmann standout choked out John Lineker, but failed to build on his momentum and went down on points against Tim Elliot in his very next fight.
That leaves him at 1-2 inside the Octagon.
Harris (22-10) can relate. "Billy" is also 1-2 under the ZUFFA umbrella, sandwiching a win over Ulysses Gomez between losses to Darren Uyenoyama and John Lineker. The Portsmouth product, however, will enjoy home field advantage on fight night.
Can he make the most of it?
UFC Fight Night 37 will feature a 205-pound showdown with serious title implications on the line as top light heavyweight contender Alexander Gustafsson risks his spot in the pecking order against ruthless local striker Jimi Manuwa. In addition, the overseas event includes a lightweight rematch pitting Ross Pearson opposite Melvin Guillard.
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