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Six bouts added to Sao Paulo Fight Night

In addition to Saturday's announcement of the Sao Paulo main event between Alexander Gustafsson and Rogerio Nogueira, UFC officials also made six more bouts official for November 19th's UFC Fight Night card at Ginásio do Ibirapuera.

FS1 will televise.

In an intriguing middleweight bout, Poland's Krzysztof Jotko will look to follow up his 59-second knockout of Tamdan McCrory as he takes on No. 11-ranked Thales Leites.

Denmark's Christian Colombo will make the trip to Brazil in search of his first UFC win against home country favorite Luis Henrique.

Veterans will collide in bantamweight action when Manny Gamburyan returns to face Johnny Eduardo, and at 125 pounds, Brazil's Matheus Nicolau takes on Japan's Ulka Sasaki.

Unbeaten since 2013, Russia's Gadzhimurad Antigulov will make his UFC debut in a light heavyweight bout against hard-hitting Marcos Rogerio de Lima, and in a welterweight matchup, Michael Graves will look to remain unbeaten in the UFC when he faces Brazilian veteran Sergio Moraes, who has not lost in the Octagon since 2012.

Stay tuned to UFC.com for more fight card announcements and ticket on-sale information.

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