A welterweight bout has been added to UFC on FOX 6 on January 26th as Pascal Krauss will meet Mike Stumpf.
UFC officials announced the fight and it will take place on the preliminary card from the United Center in Chicago.
Krauss (10-1) started his MMA career with ten straight wins and won his UFC debut at UFC 122 against Mark Scanlon, which he won by decision and won the fight of the night bonus.
Following his UFC debut, he was scheduled to return at UFC 138 against John Hathaway, but he pulled out of the fight with a shoulder injury. He would end up facing Hathaway at UFC on FOX 3, which he lost by decision. He was scheduled to return at UFC on FUEL TV 5 in September, but he would once again have to pull out of the fight when he was injured during a sparring session.
Stumpf (11-3) made his UFC debut last year when he took on T.J. Waldburger at UFC Fight Night 25. He was defeated by submission in the first round and it was his first career lost by submission.
In his career, nine of his eleven victories have come by stoppage with seven of them coming by submission. Prior to coming to the UFC, he had won five of his last six and three of those wins were by submission or knockout.
UFC on FOX 6 takes place on January 26th from the United Center in Chicago and will be headlined by Demetrious Johnson defending the UFC flyweight title for the first time as he is challenged by Ultimate Fighter 14 winner John Dodson.