Light heavyweights Matt Hamill (4-2) and Reese Andy (7-3) are likely to clash at UFC 92 on December 27th in Las Vegas, according to MMA Junkie.
UFC 92: The Ultimate 2008 features a trio of marquee bouts as Forrest Griffin defends the light heavyweight title against Rashad Evans, Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira puts the interim heavyweight title on the line against Frank Mir, and former champions Wanderlei Silva and Quinton Jackson go toe-to-toe in a light heavyweight rematch.
An three-time Division III champion wrestler and cast member on The Ultimate Fighter 3, Hamill opened his professional career with three straight UFC victories over Jesse Forbes, Seth Petruzelli, and Rex Holman. After dropping a highly controversial split decision to Michael Bisping, Hamill rebounded with a TKO of Tim Boetsch, but next suffered another setback, losing to former middleweight champion Rich Franklin via third-round TKO at UFC 88 in September.
Andy, a three-time All-American at the University of Wyoming and an IFL veteran with notable wins over Krzysztof Soszynski and Kala Hose, was defeated by Brandon Vera in his UFC debut at UFC Fight Night 14 in July.