Heavyweight kickboxers Antoni Hardonk and Pat Berry are likely to square off at UFC 104 on October 24 in Los Angeles, according to MMA Weekly, who reports that both fighters have agreed to the matchup and that bout agreements are expected to be signed soon.
Hardonk (8-5) recovered from back-to-back losses to Justin McCully and Frank Mir with three-straight victories over Colin Robinson, Eddie Sanchez, and Mike Wessel, but suffered his third UFC loss in seven bouts inside the Octagon in April against Cheick Kongo.
Barry (4-1), who holds an 18-6-1 record as a kickboxer, kept his perfect MMA record intact in his UFC debut with an impressive first-round leg kick TKO of Dan Evensen at UFC 92 in December, but was submitted by Tim Hague in their first-round of their bout at UFC 98 in May.
UFC 104 is headlined by a light heavyweight championship matchup featuring current title-holder Lyoto Machida against challenger Mauricio “Shogun” Rua. Heavyweight contenders Shane Carwin and Cain Velasquez are set to square off in the PPV card’s co-main event.
[Pictured: Antoni Hardonk]