The UFC 150 fight card is less than a month away, but it just now announced its co-main event.
And for the fight fans in Denver, it’s going to be a good one.
Two highly talented lightweights in Donald Cerrone and Melvin Guillard are set to throw down, with the winner likely inserting himself back into the 155lb title picture.
Cerrone is trying to get another long streak going, recently defeating Jeremy Stephens after having his five fight win streak snapped by Nate Diaz in December. A win over Guillard will add a nice UFC veteran to his resume.
Guillard is also trying to work his way back towards the top, having a five fight win streak of his own snapped by back-to-back losses to Joe Lauzon and Jim Miller.
“The Young Assassin” got back on track at UFC 148 with a win over Fabricio Camoes, but he failed to finish a fighter he was expected to defeat with ease and could use an impressive performance against Cerrone to gain some momentum.