A middleweight bout between Tim Credeur and Nate Quarry and a lightweight fight between Kyle Bradley and Sam Stout has been booked for UFC Fight Night 19 on September 16 in Oklahoma City.
MMAjunkie first reported both matchups on Tuesday, with the fights expected to be finalized shortly.
Credeur (12-2), whose only career loses came at the hands of Joey Villasenor and Chael Sonnen, is currently riding a 6-fight win streak, including 3-straight UFC victories over Cale Yarbrough, Nate Loughran, and Nick Catone. Quarry (11-3), a winner of 7 of his last 9 fights dating back to 2003, bounced back from a November loss to Demian Maia with an impressive first-round TKO of Jason MacDonald in April.
Despite back-to-back losses to Chris Lytle and Joe Lauzon to start his UFC career, Bradley (14-6) was booked for a third UFC bout against Phillipe Nover, winning the fight via first-round TKO. Stout (14-5-1), who has won three “Fight of the Night” awards since debuting with the promotion in 2006, was most-recently in action in April, defeating Matt Wiman via unanimous decision.
Credeur-Quarry and Bradley-Stout join Roger Huerta vs. Gray Maynard, Dan Miller vs. Aaron Simpson, Chris Wilson vs. Mike Pyle, and Jeremy Stephens vs. Ronny Torres on the rumored lineup for the Spike-televised event.
[Pictured: Tim Credeur]