The UFC is looking to match up Sean Woodson and Jonathan Pearce for a November 28th “Fight Night” card.
The matchup, which was first reported by Mike Heck of MMA Fighting, would see both fighters look to bounce back from their first UFC loss. The event is expected to take place from Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
Previously undefeated, Woodson lost for the first time last June to Julian Erosa, being caught in a d’arce choke in the third round. Woodson previously won his UFC debut, winning a decision over Kyle Bochniak.
The fight was a short notice opponent change for Woodson, who was first scheduled to fight Kyle Nelson.
Pearce made his UFC debut in October of 2019, being stopped in the second minute by UFC veteran Joe Lauzon. Pearce previously made his way into the UFC by defeating Jacob Rosales on TV show “Dana White’s Contender Series.”
The November 28th show now has nine fights in total scheduled for it. Here’s the lineup.
Bout 9: Curtis Blaydes (14-2) vs. Derrick Lewis (24-7) (Heavyweight)
Bout 8: Ashlee Evans-Smith (6-4) vs. Norma Dumont (4-1) (Bantamweight)
Bout 7: Josh Parisian (13-3) vs. Parker Porter (10-6) (Heavyweight)
Bout 6: Martin Day (8-4) vs. Anderson Dos Santos (20-8) (Bantamweight)
Bout 5: Rachael Ostovich (4-5) vs. Gina Mazany (6-4) (Bantamweight)
Bout 4: Su Mudaerji (12-4) vs. Malcolm Gordon (12-4) (Bantamweight)
Bout 3: Renato Moicano (14-3-1) vs Rafael Fiziev (8-1) (Lightweight)
Bout 2: Devin Clark (12-4) vs. Shamil Gamzatov (14-0) (Light Heavyweight)
Bout 1: Sean Woodson (7-1) vs. Jonathan Pearce (9-4) (Lightweight)