Recent reports have lined up two more fights for the November 28th UFC “Fight Night” card, which is set to happen in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
Takashi Sato vs. Miguel Baeza
Undefeated Miguel Baeza will get his third UFC assignment on the card, being matched against Takashi Sato. The fight was first reported by MMA DNA.
Baeza has won two fights since entering the UFC in 2019. His most recent fight was in May, stopping Matt Brown with a left hook in the second round.
Sato earned to the win column in June, defeating Jason Witt within a minute with strikes. Witt was a short-notice replacement for Ramiz Brahimaj in the fight.
Spike Carlyle vs. Bill Algeo
Featherweights Bill Algeo and Spike Carlyle have also been added to the lineup. The matchup was first reported by Nolan King of MMA Junkie.
Algeo made his UFC debut in August, taking the place of Ryan Hall in a fight against Ricardo Lamas. Losing the fight via decision, Algeo and Lamas were given the “Fight of the Night” award for the card.
Carlyle lost in his last bout, dropping a decision to Billy Quarantillo. The loss was his first in the UFC after two fights.
Here’s the updated lineup for November 28th, which currently has a heavyweight main event between Curtis Blaydes and Derrick Lewis.
Bout 12: Curtis Blaydes (14-2) vs. Derrick Lewis (24-7) (Heavyweight)
Bout 11: Ashlee Evans-Smith (6-4) vs. Norma Dumont (4-1) (Bantamweight)
Bout 10: Josh Parisian (13-3) vs. Parker Porter (10-6) (Heavyweight)
Bout 9: Martin Day (8-4) vs. Anderson Dos Santos (20-8) (Bantamweight)
Bout 8: Rachael Ostovich (4-5) vs. Gina Mazany (6-4) (Bantamweight)
Bout 7: Su Mudaerji (12-4) vs. Malcolm Gordon (12-4) (Bantamweight)
Bout 6: Renato Moicano (14-3-1) vs Rafael Fiziev (8-1) (Lightweight)
Bout 5: Sean Woodson (7-1) vs. Jonathan Pearce (9-4) (Lightweight)
Bout 4: Devin Clark (12-4) vs. Anthony Smith (33-16) (Light Heavyweight)
Bout 3: Amir Albazi (13-1) vs. Zhalgas Zhumagulov (13-4) (Flyweight)
Bout 2: Miguel Baeza (9-0) vs. Takashi Sato (16-3) (Welterweight)
Bout 1: Bill Algeo (13-5) vs. Spike Carlyle (9-2) (Featherweight)