A middleweight fight between Alan Belcher and Wilson Gouveia is likely to take place at UFC 107 on December 12 in Memphis, Tennessee, according to MMA Weekly, with both fighters agreeing to the matchup and bout agreements pending to make the fight official.
Belcher (14-6) won back-to-back fights over Ed Herman and Denis Kang before falling to Yoshihiro Akiyama by split decision at UFC 100 in July. Gouveia (12-6), who withdrew from UFC 102 in August after suffering a back injury, has compiled a 6-3 record in the UFC, including victories over Ryan Jensen and Jason MacDondald before suffering a third-round TKO loss to middleweight contender Nate Marquardt at UFC 95 in January.
Heavyweight prospect Todd Duffee was also recently added to the UFC 107 lineup, according to MMAjunkie, though his opponent has not yet been determined. The American Top Team-product Duffee improved to 5-0 and set a UFC record for fastest knockout in his Octagon debut, stopping Tim Hague in just 7-seconds at UFC 102 in August.
UFC 107 is headlined by lightweight champ BJ Penn vs. Diego Sanchez and is also set to include Clay Guida vs. Kenny Florian and Cheick Kongo vs. Frank Mir.