A light heavyweight division affair is the latest addition to next month’s UFC Fight Night 104 as Daniel Jolly will be fighting Khalil Rountree.
Jolly (5-1-0) is currently winless under the UFC banner, having dropped a fight to Misha Cirkunov at UFC Fight Night 74. Jolly is a former International Xtreme Fighting Alliance Light Heavyweight Champion, defeating Joshua Foster in 2014 to win the gold, beforee relinquished it when he signed with the UFC. Jolly has also competed twice in the Legacy Fighting Championships, defeating both Larry Hopkins and Matthew Steward during his time in the promotion.
Rountree (4-2-0) is currently winless under the UFC banner as well, having dropped fights to the duo of Andrew Sanchez and Tyson Pedro. Rountree was a cast member on the UFC Ultimate Fighter 23, he made it to the semi-finals before losing to Josh Stansbury by first round TKO. Rountree held two belts as an amateur, holding both the Beauties & The Beasts Light Heavyweight Title and the Festibrawl MMA Light Heavyweight Title.
UFC Fight Night 104 takes place on Saturday, February 4 from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas with Dennis Bermudez and Chan Sung Jung headlining, the main card will be airing on Fox Sports 1.