UFC 215 on September 9th in Edmonton, Canada continues to grow, and the fights being added to the card are looking pretty damn good. The two latest bouts to be confirmed for the event being held at Rogers Place: Neil Magny vs. Rafael dos Anjos and Mitch Clarke vs. Alex White. Danny Austin of the Edmonton Journal confirmed the fights via Twitter.
BREAKING! UFC 215 in Edmonton gets 2 new additions:— Danny Austin (@DannyAustin_9) July 25, 2017
Neil Magny vs. Rafael dos Anjos
Mitch Clarke vs. Alex Whitehttps://t.co/o0ySvuUhj0
Dos Anjos is a former lightweight champion who lost his belt to Eddie Alvarez at UFC 200. Following another loss to Tony Ferguson, dos Anjos moved up in weight to welterweight where he's hoping to make his mark. Neil Magny will be a tough challenge, having gone 4-1 over his last five including wins over Erick Silva, Kelvin Gastelum, Hector Lombard, and Johny Hendricks.
Mitch Clarke is an Edmonton native who holds a win over Al Iaquinta but has lost his last two to Michael Chiesa and Joseph Duffy. Alex White is 2-3 in the UFC with his biggest victory a win over Artem Lobov.
That's in addition to the duo of outcast champions competing on the card as well. The women's bantamweight title fight between Amanda Nunes and Valentina Schevchenko originally set for UFC 213 until Nunes controversially pulled out on the day of has been rescheduled for Edmonton. And flyweight champ Demetrious Johnson, fresh off his feud with Dana White over refusing to face TJ Dillashaw, will face Ray Borg for the 125 pound title.