A previously booked lightweight fight between Arman Tsarukyan and Mateusz Gamrot has been elevated to main event status for UFC’s June 25th event.
News of the matchup becoming the main event was first reported by Marcel Dorff of Eurosport Netherlands. The fight will headline a card that doesn’t have a confirmed location at the moment.
Both lightweights will be appearing in their first UFC main event. They will also both be putting winning streaks on the line.
Gamrot, a former KSW Lightweight Champion, will be looking for his fourth consecutive UFC win. His last win came late last year when stopped veteran Diego Ferreira with strikes.
Tsarukyan has strung together five consecutive victories since 2019. He put an end to Joel Alvarez’s winning streak in his last fight, defeating him in February.
Here’s an updated look at UFC’s June 25th show:
Bout 8: Arman Tsarukyan (18-2) vs. Mateusz Gamrot (20-1) (Lightweight)
Bout 7: Tim Elliott (18-12-1) vs. Amir Albazi (14-1) (Flyweight)
Bout 6: Jinh Yu Frey (11-6) vs. Vanessa Demopoulos (7-4) (Strawweight)
Bout 5: Josh Parisian (14-5) vs. Alan Baudot (8-3) (Heavyweight)
Bout 4: Neil Magny (26-8) vs. Shavkat Rakhmonov (15-0) (Welterweight)
Bout 3: Chris Curtis (28-8) vs. Rodolfo Vieira (8-1) (Middleweight)
Bout 2: Umar Nurmagomedov (14-0) vs. Nate Maness (14-1) (Bantamweight)
Bout 1: Tafon Nchukwi (6-2) vs. Carlos Ulberg (4-1) (Light Heavyweight)