UFC 213 card complete with addition of two bouts

A quartet of MMA prospects will make the walk to the Octagon for the first time on the sport's biggest stage on July 8, as the UFC announced the final two bouts for next weekend's UFC 213 event at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

In a featherweight bout, 14-1 Michigan native Cody "The Spartan" Stamann puts his six-fight winning streak on the line against California's Terrion "Flash" Ware, who brings a 17-5 record and a four-fight winning streak into his UFC debut.

And in a light heavyweight matchup, 8-1 Ben Rothwell protege James Bochnovic will square off with unbeaten Texan Trevin Giles, who has finished eight of his nine pro wins.

The promotion also announced that with the removal of the Robbie Lawler-Donald Cerrone bout, the heavyweight contest between Daniel Omielanczuk and Curtis Blaydes has been moved to the main card.


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