Michael Bisping and Tim Kennedy have traded verbal jabs for far too long now, and it's safe to say a real contract agreement between both parties has been made official.
When and where?
The Ultimate Fighter (TUF): "Nations" Finale, which takes place on April 16, 2014 inside Colisee Pepsi in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. After Kennedy brutally knocked out Rafael Natal at UFC: "Fight for The Troops 3" back in November 2013, the United States Army veteran did what he does best and that's pick a fight on social media.
Now he's got one.
After Bisping pulled out of his contest against Mark Munoz at UFC Fight Night 30 back in October 2013 due to an eye injury, he became a victim of Kennedy's taunts, and the five-round fight was destined to be made shortly after that.
"The Count" hasn't fought since April of last year, when he scored a technical (unanimous) decision victory over Alan Belcher at UFC 159.
Get a sneak peek at the upcoming poster, where both combatants look a lot less happier than Canadians usually are:
That's not all.
Also on the card, split between "Fight Pass" and FOX Sports 1, the current coaches of Team Canada and Team Australia are set to battle in the co-main event, as Patrick Cote faces off against Kyle Noke, while TriStar Gym's Mark Bocek takes on Evan Dunham in lightweight action.
The middleweight and welterweight finals of the combat sports reality show will also take place, and the fighters will be announced once the current season comes to a close.
See the entire TUF: "Nations" fight card and rumors right here.