Despite back-to-back losses in the UFC, Spencer “The King” Fisher, recently inked a new four-fight deal with the organization.  Fisher, who is 8-5 in his UFC career and 23-6 overall, will be looking to get back on track at UFC 120 facing UFC newcomer Curt Warburton.

The signing first reported by MMA Junkie, extends a five-year career with the UFC, that began back in 2005 when the gritty veteran submitted Thiago Alves by triangle choke.  Fisher went 3-0 from 2008-2009, putting him into title contention at 155, but has since lost two consecutive fights in the Octagon.

UFC 120 will take place on October 16, live on Spike TV and will take place at the O2 arena in London, England.

Warburton will be on his home turf making his UFC debut, amassing a 6-1 MMA record with 4 TKO’s, and has a notable win over TUF 9 winner Ross Pearson.

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