Headlined by a heavyweight title rematch between current belt
holder Junior dos
Santos and ex-champion Cain
Velasquez, UFC 155 takes place Dec. 29 at the MGM Grand Garden
Arena in Las Vegas. The pay-per-view event will also see rising
light heavyweight talent Phil Davis
lock horns with former titlist Forrest
Griffin, while highly-regarded competitors Yushin Okami
Belcher tangle at middleweight.
Cariaso, 31, began his UFC career as a bantamweight last year,
posting 3-1 record before making the cut to 125 pounds. The
31-year-old looked sharp in his flyweight debut this past July,
taking a clear-cut unanimous decision from “Ultimate Fighter”
Season 14 alum Josh
Ferguson at UFC on Fuel TV 4.
Three years younger than his upcoming opponent, Moraga has not lost
since December 2010, rattling off five straight victories before
joining the UFC fold this summer. The Arizonan made a serious
impression in his Octagon foray at UFC on Fox 4, knocking out
former two-division Tachi Palace Fights king Ulysses
Gomez with a devastating flurry in just 3:46.