United Combat League is readying their return to the Hammond Civic Center tomorrow night. UCL comes back to Indiana with a pair of exciting headlining fights. The main event will feature UCL professional welterweight champion Dan Stittgen against HRMMA and Colosseum Combat pro champ Cameron VanCamp.
Stittgen will return the UCL cage winning three of his last four fights. Three of those wins were under the United Combat League banner. His lone loss in that span was at Bellator 198, which happened to be his last fight in 2018. The 38 year old has is a two time UFC veteran and has nine submission wins on his resume.
VanCamp, like his opponent, will be coming off a tough loss. Cameron has won three of his last five with one of those fights being a no-contest. This will be his third separate B2 Fighting Series Fight Group that he will have competed for. The 26 year old has held professional titles for both HRMMA and Colosseum Combat.
The co-main event will bring longtime fighter and UFC veteran Melvin Guillard to Hammond as he is set to meet Terry House. Guillard was regarded as a tough contender throughout his career. He was scheduled to fight fellow UFC veteran Andrew Holbrook but House stepped in as a replacement due to injury. House has 20 professional fights under his belt and it appears this will be his swan song.
The weigh-ins for the event will take place tonight at the Hammond Civic Center and the event is scheduled for tomorrow night in the same venue. UCL will return to Chicago on November 22nd for Brawl at Bourbon Street. For ticket information and more visit UCLMMA.com.
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