Light heavyweights Jimmy Crute and Jamahl Hill are expected to meet two months later than first expected, now reportedly being targeted to fight on December 4th.
The fight was first scheduled to take place on October 2nd but has been moved due to undisclosed reasons. News of the fight’s rescheduling was first reported by Jordan Ellis of LowKickMMA.
The matchup has not been officially signed off on yet but is currently being targeted by the promotion, per a report from Shaun Al-Shatti of MMA Fighting.
Should the matchup be confirmed, it would join a card that does not have a confirmed location at the moment.
The fight gives Hill a chance to bounce back from his sole pro loss, which came against Paul Craig in June.
Crute is also coming off a loss, where he suffered a leg injury against Anthony Smith in April. He was on a two-fight winning streak before then.
The main event for UFC’s December 4th event is not known at the moment. The other bout for the event reported by Knockdown News is a lightweight bout between Rafael Fiziev and Brad Riddell.