Middleweight veteran Jorge Rivera (16-7) has re-signed with the UFC, recently finalizing a new four-fight contract with the promotion, according to the Boston Herald:
Jorge Rivera recently signed a new four-fight contract with the UFC. Since beating Nissen Osterneck in April in the last fight of his previous contract, the 37-year-old Milford native has been rehabbing an injured left shoulder. Rivera hopes to return to the Octagon by early fall.
Rivera is 5-5 in 10 appearances inside the Octagon dating back to 2003, with victories over David Loiseau, Dennis Hallman, Edwin Dewees, Kendall Grove, and Osterneck as well as losses to Lee Murray, Rich Franklin, Chris Leben, Terry Martin, and Martin Kampmann. His resume also includes a win over Travis Lutter and defeat to Anderson Silva.