Jason Floyd - The MMA Report

Three fights added to UFC Fight Night 91 including Tim Boetsch vs. Josh Samman

The UFC will be heading to South Dakota on July 13 for UFC Fight Night 91 and three fights have been announced for the fight card with the matchups being Tim Boetsch vs. Josh Samman, Scott Holtzman vs. Cody Pfister and Kyle Noke vs. Keita Nakamura.

The fight booking were revealed by the UFC on Thursday.

UFC Fight Night 91 will come from the Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and ticket information is expected to be announced shortly by the UFC.

Boetsch (18-10) will enter this fight with three straight defeats and is 2-6 in his last eight fights. His most recent fight came in January as he lost to Ed Herman at UFC Fight Night 81. Samman (12-3) entered the UFC during The Ultimate Fighter 17 and he will enter this fight following a lost against Tamdan McCrory in December. The defeat snapped a four fight winning streak and it was his first official lost in the UFC.

Holtzman (8-1) made his UFC debut last year and scored a victory against Anthony Christodoulou in his promotional debut. He will enter this fight following a lost as he was defeated by Drew Dober in January at UFC 195. Pfister (12-5-1) has dropped two of his three fights in the UFC and is coming off a submission defeat against Sage Northcutt. His only win in the UFC came in July of last year as he won a decision against Yosdenis Cedeno.

Noke (22-8-1) has his two fight winning streak snapped in January at UFC 195 as he lost a split decision against Alex Moreno. He is 3-2 in his last five fights and two of those wins have come by TKO. Nakamura (31-7-2, 1NC) won his UFC debut last year against Jingliang Li and he is coming off a lost against Tom Breese at UFC Fight Night 84. The lost against Breese snapped a five fight winning streak and was his first defeat since the beginning of 2014.

The current UFC Fight Night 91 fight card is below.

Tim Boetsch (18-10) vs. Josh Samman (12-3)
Scott Holtzman (8-1) vs. Cody Pfister (12-5-1)
Kyle Noke (22-8-1) vs. Keita Nakamura (31-7-2, 1NC)