Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will stage its The Ultimate Fighter (TUF): "Nations" Finale event on April 16, 2014, in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
And coming along for the ride will be Lightweight veterans K.J. Noons and Sam Stout, a fun fight that was revealed during a press conference earlier this afternoon that detailed the promotion's grand plans for the "Great White North."
Noons (12-7) will look to string together back-to-back wins for the first time in his brief UFC career. The former Strikeforce fighter -- who has fought against several of the biggest names the sports has to offer -- most recently toppled George Sotiropoulos at UFC 166. It was a huge win, one that steered him out of a three-fight losing streak that included Josh Thomson, Ryan Couture and Donald Cerrone.
"King," a former professional boxer and Elite XC champion, will look to keep Stout at a distance with his reach.
Stout (20-9), meanwhile, has alternated between wins and losses in his last six fights. "Hands of Stone" last competed on Dec. 14, 2013, outpointing Cody McKenzie on the judges' scorecards at UFC on FOX 9. The Ontario, Canada, native takes a lot of heat for his grinding fight style, with 10 of his 20 of his mixed martial arts (MMA) wins coming via decision.
Something has gotta' give on fight night.
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