Found December 20, 2012 on The Flying Knee MMA:
Several exciting fights have been added to the historic UFC 157 fight card in Anaheim, California. A heavyweight match-up between Lavar Johnson and Brendan Schaub and a lightweight match-up between TUF winner Michael Chiesa and top European lightweight Anton Kuivenen have been added to the card. The news was announced on the UFC’s official website.  Chiesa is undefeated with a perfect record of 8-0 with 6 submission victories amongst them, including his UFC debut win over Al Iaquinta. Of the recent TUF winners, Chiesa is arguably one of the top prospects amongst them. He was expected to face Marcus LeVessuer at UFC on FOX 5 but fell ill during fight week and was unable to compete. He will now meet Anton Kuivenen to the UFC. Estonian-born Finnish fighter Kuivenen will be making his third octagon appearance when he meet Chiesa at UFC 157 in February. Having lost to Justin Salas in his UFC debut and taking a split decision win over Mitch Clarke, he will be looking to get a decisive win...
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