It has been reported this morning that two new fights have been added to UFC Fight Night 118 taking place in Gdansk, Poland on October 21.
The first fight was reported by LowKing.Pl who have confirmed with multiple sources that the Cage Warriors middleweight champion Oskar Piechota has vacated his belt and will face American, Jonathan Wilson.
I did vacate @CageWarriors middleweight belt and signed with UFC. I want to thank CW team for the opportunity to fight for the Europe's best
— Oskar Piechota (@PiechotaOskar) August 9, 2017
Piechota (9-0-1) won his first and only fight under the Cage Warriors banner when he defeated Jason Radcliffe at Cage Warriors 85 in June. He will now vacate the title and make his UFC debut against Wilson (7-2) who is currently riding a two fight losing streak in the UFC having been defeated by Ion Cuteolaba and Luis Henrique da Silva.
The other fight was first reported by MMANews.Pl who say that Jan Błachowicz will face Devin Clark.
Błachowicz (19-7) has lost his last two fights in the UFC with defeats to Alexander Gustafsson and Patrick Cummins in the past year. His UFC record is 2-4 and this fight in Gdansk in October against Clark will no doubt the last chance saloon for the former KSW Champion.
Jan Błachowicz vs Devin Clark na karcie walk UFC Gdańsk https://t.co/OI4eZoQKFd
— mmanews.pl (@MMAnewspl) August 9, 2017
Clark (8-1) is currently riding a two fight win streak having defeated Jake Collier and Josh Stansbury. This will be the first fight of Clark’s career that he will take on foreign soil and the first European fighter he’s faced.