UFC officials have announced two more bouts to the UFC 156 card that’s set to take place on February 2 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

UFC veteran Yves Edwards will welcome Strikeforce veteran Isaac Vallie-Flagg to the octagon in lightweight action. Also, Chico Camus will take on undefeated Dustin Kimura in bantamweight action.

UFC 156 will be headlined by the UFC featherweight title fight between the champion Jose Aldo and challenger former UFC lightweight champion Frankie Edgar.

Edwards (42-18-1) is coming off a “Knockout of the Night” performance over Jeremy Stephens at the UFC on FOX 5 event in December. Edwards has won two of his last three bouts, with both wins coming via TKO/KO.

Vallie-Flagg (13-3-1) is coming off a split decision win over MMA veteran Gesias Cavalcante in May 2012. He has a (10-0-1) record since his last loss in 2007.

Camus (12-3) is coming off a unanimous decision victory over Dustin Pague at UFC 150. Camus has won four consecutive bouts since suffering his last defeat in October 2011.

Kimura (9-0) is coming off a KO win over Guy Delumeau in November 2012. Kimura has never tasted defeat and has only allowed one of his opponents to go the distance with him.

UFC 156 will take place at the Mandalay Events Center and will feature the return of Alistair Overeem and former UFC light heavyweight champion Rashad Evans.

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