Brendan Allen will look to continue his winning momentum when he takes on Paul Craig in the latest UFC Fight Night in November.
The American is ninth in the middleweight rankings, while his Scottish rival is only three places behind him.
The fight between Allen and Craig is due to take place on Saturday 18th November.
The ring walks for the fight between Allen and Craig are expected to take place in the early hours of Sunday 19th November, with the card set to start at 22:00.
The bout between Allen and Craig will take place at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas.
The venue was built back in 2019, and the UFC uses it for their smaller shows as it is favoured due to its close proximity to the UFC Performance Institute.
Tyron Woodley's clash with Gilbert Burns was the first fight to take place at the venue in May 2020, while there have already been 15 fights at the UFC Apex in 2023.
TNT Sports will broadcast the fight between Allen and Craig in the United Kingdom, while the broadcast partners will be different in other countries.
There will be no belts on the line when Allen and Craig meet in Las Vegas in November.
While their bout will headline the card, neither fighter are high enough in the rankings to challenge for a title.
Allen has won five fights in a row to climb into the top 10 of the middleweight rankings, while Craig has only been in the middleweight rankings this year after stepping down from light heavyweight.
Allen has a professional mixed martial arts record of 22 wins and five defeats from 27 fights. Five of those victories have come via knockout, but he is better known for his ability on the ground, submitting 13 of his opponents.
His first fight on a big card came in 2021 when he beat Karl Roberson thanks to an ankle lock and he has only lost once since then, Chris Curtis getting the better of him in December 2021.
Allen has since pushed on, though, and while he beat Sam Alvey at light heavyweight, he then returned to middleweight in June 2022 to beat Jacob Malkoun. He was awarded "Performance of the Night" in his wins over Krzysztof Jotko and Andre Muniz, while he beat Bruno Silva in his last outing in June.
Paul Craig has a professional mixed martial arts record of 17 wins, six defeats and one draw from 24 fights. He is known for his strength on the canvas and has submitted 13 of his opponents.
He made his UFC debut in 2016, submitting Henrique da Silva via an armbar in Sacramento. He then lost four of his next six bouts in the UFC before going six unbeaten between September 2019 and March 2022.
Successive defeats to Volkan Oezdemir and Johnny Walker at light heavyweight forced him to change his plans, but his decision to drop down to middleweight was vindicated when he stopped Muniz to win "Performance of the Night" in July this year.