Steve Bosse signs with UFC and will make debut against Ryan Jimmo at TUF Nations Finale

Canadian light heavyweight Steve Bosse has signed with the UFC and will make his debut with the organization on April 16th when he faces Ryan Jimmo at The Ultimate Fighter Nations Finale.TUF Nations Logo

The fight booking was announced by the UFC on Wednesday.

The Ultimate Fighter Nations Finale takes place from the Colisee Pepsi in Quebec City on April 16th and will be headlined by a middleweight bout as Michael Bisping meets Tim Kennedy.

Bosse (10-1) trains out of TriStar Gym in Montreal and has won eight straight fights since losing to Icho Larenas in 2007. During his winning streak, seven of the victories have come by stoppage and six of those wins have come in the first round.

Jimmo (18-3) made his debut in the UFC in 2012 and won his debut in seven seconds against Anthony Perosh at UFC 149. Since that victory, he has dropped two of his last three fights and is coming off a TKO defeat due to injury against Jimi Manuwa at UFC Fight Night 30 in October.

The current TUF Nations Finale fight card is below.

Michael Bisping (24-5) vs. Tim Kennedy (17-4)
Patrick Cote (19-8) vs. Kyle Noke (20-6-1)
TBA vs. TBA – TUF Nations Middleweight Final
TBA vs. TBA – TUF Nations Welterweight Final
Sam Stout (20-9-1) vs. K.J. Noons (12-7)
Mitch Gagnon (10-2) vs. Tim Gorman (8-2)
Evan Dunham (14-5) vs. Mark Bocek (11-5)
Sarah Kaufman (16-2, 1NC) vs. Shayna Baszler (15-8)
Steve Bosse (10-1) vs. Ryan Jimmo (18-3)