Belal Muhammad (left) and Sean Brady (not pictured) will compete on Dec. 19. | Photo: Chris Unger/Zuffa/Getty
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An upcoming Ultimate Fighting Championship card will add a pivotal welterweight clash.
On Wednesday morning, MMA Junkie reported that Belal Muhammad and Sean Brady would square off at an upcoming UFC Fight Night event that will go down on Dec. 19.
Muhammad (17-3) is currently riding a three-bout winning streak. In his latest Octagon appearance, "Remember The Name” upended Lyman Good thanks to a decision at UFC on ESPN 11 back in June. Prior, he submitted Takashi Sato via rear-naked choke in the third round of their UFC 242 encounter, taking home a performance of the night bonus. The Roufusport representative also edged Curtis Millender via unanimous decision at UFC 236.
A former Cage Fury Fighting Championships title holder, Brady is putting his perfect 13-0 record on the line against Muhammad. After signing with the UFC, the 27-year-old overcame both Court McGee and Ismail Naurdiev via decision at UFC on ESPN 6 and UFC Fight Night 169, respectively. The last time he competed, he rendered Christian Aguilera unconscious via guillotine choke at UFC Fight Night 175. The second-round technical submission victory earned him a performance of the night bonus.
The UFC has yet to give an official title to the upcoming Dec. 19 lineup. The card also includes a middleweight clash between Deron Winn (6-2) and Antonio Braga Neto (9-3).