A welterweight division attraction has been added to the UFC Ultimate Fighter 28 Finale according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal as Tim Means is going to be in action against Ricky Rainey.
Means (27-10-1-1NC) has won just one of his last five fights in the UFC and that lone victory came over Alex Garcia at UFC Fight Night Oklahoma City. Means has seen his last three fights go the distance and it has been almost two years since the fighter got a finish. Means has just been knocked out once as a professional MMA fighter, which came against Luke Caudillo at Ring Of Fire 13 in September of 2004.
Rainey (13-5-0) is currently winless under the UFC banner, dropping a bout to Muslim Salikhov at UFC On Fox 29. Rainey won a total of five fights during his tenure with Bellator MMA and fought Michael Page in the first ever pay-per-view bout in the promotions history. Rainey has suffered five defeats as a professional MMA fighter, but the competitor hasn’t lost by way of decision.
UFC Ultimate Fighter 28 Finale takes place on Friday, November 30 from The Palms in Las Vegas, Nevada with no main event announced at this time. Fightful is providing live coverage of the event, which airs live on Fox Sports 1.