A new lightweight bout has been added to the upcoming TUF Nations Finale card on April 16 from Quebec City, Quebec as Canadian Sam Stout takes on former Elite XC champion KJ Noons.
Stout (20-9-1) returns to action for his 18th fight in the UFC when he goes to Quebec for his bout on April 16. Fresh off a win over Cody McKenzie at FOX UFC Saturday in Sacramento last December, Stout will look to put together a two-fight win streak for the first time since 2010 and 2011.
Looking to spoil his homecoming will be former pro boxer turned MMA fighter, KJ Noons (12-7) as he also attempts to pick up back-to-back wins for the first time in his UFC career. Noons stopped a recent three-fight skid with a win over George Sotiropoulos at UFC 166 in October 2013, and he’ll hope to build on that momentum when he gets back in the Octagon on April 16 in Quebec.
The fight between Stout and Noons will take place during The Ultimate Fighter Nations finale airing on FOX Sports 1 on April 16 also featuring the finals from both the welterweight and middleweight divisions from the reality series as well as the coaches battle between Patrick Cote and Kyle Noke.