UFC light heavyweights Matt Hamill (4-2 MMA, 4-2 UFC) and Reese Andy (7-2 MMA, 0-1 UFC) will look to rebound from recent losses when they meet in December at UFC 92.
Sources close to the fighters tell MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com
) that bout agreements have been distributed and are in the process of being finalized.
"UFC 92: The Ultimate 2008," yet another stacked year-end card for the UFC, takes place Dec. 27 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Hamill returns to action for the first time since his UFC 88 co-main event loss to former UFC middleweight champion Rich Franklin. Franklin, who returned to the 205-pound division after three years competing as a middleweight, had no cakewalk with Hamill. However, Franklin ultimately ended the bout with a third-round TKO due to a body kick.
The loss was just the second of Hamill's career. The other was a controversial split-decision defeat to Michael Bisping in September 2007.
"The Ultimate Fighter 3" cast member will now meet Andy, a former IFL fighter who -- with many other UFC newcomers -- debuted with the organization at UFC Fight Night 14 in July. Andy's four-fight win streak, which included victories over current "TUF" cast member Krzysztof Soszynski and former UFC fighter Justin Levens in the IFL, came to an end with the unanimous-decision loss to Brandon Vera.