Glover Teixeira and Ryan Bader were scheduled to meet earlier this year at UFC 160. However, Bader had to pull out with an injury and was replaced by James Te Huna.
Teixeira made quick work of Te Huna and submitted him via a guillotine in just two minutes, 38 seconds. The No. 3 light heavyweight moved his professional record to 21-2.
Bader, ranked No. 10, will get his fight against Teixeira in September. The fight has been made once again for UFC on Fox Sports 1: 3 in Brazil.
The fight is a prime chance for Bader to regain a top ranking in the division, while Teixeira will likely be named the next title challenger with a victory. There will be a lot at stake when the two top-10 light heavyweights square off in September.
This is an early head-to-toe breakdown for Teixeira vs. Bader.