UFC officials have announced two additional fights for the upcoming UFC on FOX 6 event that’s set for January 26 in Chicago at the United Center.

A welterweight bout between Pascal Krauss and Mike Stumpf has been agreed upon. Also, a middleweight bout between Magnus Cedenblad and Rafael Natal has been verbally agreed upon.

UFC on FOX 6 will be headlined by the UFC flyweight title bout where Demetrious Johnson will be attempting his first title defense against challenger John Dodson.

Pascal Krauss (10-1) is coming off the first defeat of his career against John Hathaway at the UFC on FOX 3 event in May. He’s (1-1) in the UFC, winning his debut against Mark Scanlon at UFC 122 which claimed the “Fight of the Night” honor. Mike Stumpf (11-3) is coming off a submission loss to TJ Waldburger in September 2011. That was Stumpf’s UFC debut after competing primarily in the XFO organization.

Magnus Cedenblad (10-4) is coming off a submission loss to Francis Carmont at the UFC on FUEL TV 2 event in April. The loss snapped a seven fight winning streak, and was also his UFC debut. Rafael Natal (14-4-1) is coming off a KO loss against Andrew Craig at the UFC on FUEL TV 4 event in July. Natal is (2-2-1) in the UFC  and has wins over UFC veterans Travis Lutter and Danillo Villefort.

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