Originally written on MMA Interplay  |  Last updated 11/18/14

The Ultimate Fighting Championship have announced three additional bouts for the UFC 150 fight card in Denver, Colorado.

In featherweight action, Nik Lentz (21-5-2) will square off against Eiji Mitsuoka (18-8-2). Lentz will look to put an end to a three fight win-less streak after going unbeaten in his first six UFC bouts. Submission specialist Mitsuoka is seeking his first win in the UFC after falling to Takanori Gomi at UFC 144.

Ultimate Fighter 14 finalist Dennis Bermudez (8-3) will take on Tom Hayden in another featherweight bout. Bermudez is coming off an impressive unanimous decision win over Pablo Garza at UFC on FOX 3. Hayden (8-1) began his career with eight straight wins before being submitted by Fabricio Camoes at UFC on FX in January. Hayden, a member of Team Jorge Gurgel, has recorded five of his career wins by submission.

Finally, Jared Hamman (13-4) will meet Michael Kuiper (11-1) in a middleweight battle. Hamman will look to get back on the winning track after alternating losses and wins during his five UFC outings. He holds wins over C.B. Dollaway and Rodney Wallace. Kuiper will be making his second appearance with the UFC after dropping a decision to Rafael Natal at UFC 143. He has recorded ten of his eleven wins by stoppage with six knockouts and four submissions to his credit.

Taking place on August 11th from the Pepsi Center, UFC 150 features the rematch between lightweight champion Ben Henderson and former champion Frankie Edgar.

UFC 150 adds Lentz-Mitsuoka, Bermudez-Hayden, Kuiper-Hamman is a post from: MMA Interplay UFC News


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