Welterweights Mike Pyle and Jesse Lennox have agreed to fight on June 12 at UFC 115 in Vancouver, according to MMAjunkie, with both fighters looking to rebound in the matchup after suffering losses in their most-recent bouts.
Pyle (19-6-1) made his UFC debut last May as a last-minute replacement, but had his four-fight win streak snapped in a loss to Brock Larson. After bouncing back with a victory over Chris Wilson in September, Pyle suffered a second-round TKO at the hands of Jake Ellenberger last month at UFC 108.
Lennox (11-2) scored a KO of Blas Avena in his WEC debut last January before transitioning to the UFC with a TKO of Danillo Villefort in August. At UFC Fight Night 20 in January, Lennox dropped a unanimous decision to upstart Rick Story.
UFC 115 has yet to be officially announced, but is expected to be headlined by the third matchup between rival former light heavyweight champions and TUF 11 coaches Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz and is also likely to include Carlos Condit vs. Rory MacDonald and Pat Barry vs. Gilbert Yvel.
Pictured: Mike Pyle