With Ian McCall injured, Scott Jorgensen now meets John Dodson at UFC on FOX 9

An injury has forced Ian McCall to withdraw from his UFC on FOX 9 fight against Scott Jorgensen, and stepping in to replace him will be John Dodson.UFC on FOX 9 Poster

UFC officials announced the change on Tuesday and the bout will likely be place on the preliminary card on Fox Sports 1.

UFC on FOX 9 will come from the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, California on December 14th and will be headlined by Anthony Pettis defending the UFC lightweight title against Josh Thomson.

Dodson (15-6) is a former title challenger in the UFC flyweight division and has won four of his five fights in the UFC. He is coming off a knockout of the night performance at UFC 166 as he defeated Darrell Montague.

Jorgensen (14-7) has been defeated in three of his last four fights and his last victory came at UFC on FOX 7 against John Albert. He won that fight by submission in the first round and he won the submission and fight of the night bonus. His most recent bout came at The Ultimate Fighter 17 finale and he lost by submission to Urijah Faber.

The current UFC on FOX 9: Pettis vs. Thomson card is below.

Anthony Pettis (17-2) vs. Josh Thomson (20-5, 1NC)
Urijah Faber (29-6) vs. Michael McDonald (16-2)
Chad Mendes (15-1) vs. Nik Lentz (24-5-2, 1NC)
Scott Jorgensen (14-7) vs. John Dodson (15-6)
Joe Lauzon (22-9) vs. Mac Danzig (21-11-1)
Carlos Condit (29-7) vs. Matt Brown (18-11)
Danny Castillo (16-5) vs. Edson Barboza (12-1)
Kelvin Gastelum (7-0) vs. Court McGee (16-3)
John Moraga (13-2) vs. Darren Uyenoyama (8-4)
Abel Trujillo (10-5, 1NC) vs. Roger Bowling (11-4, 1NC)
Cody McKenzie (14-3) vs. Sam Stout (19-9-1)
Pat Healy (31-16, 1NC) vs. Jamie Varner (21-8-1, 2NC)

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