Max Holloway Vs. Pat Schilling, Byron Bloodworth Vs. John Albert Added To TUF Finale

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The UFC continues to fill out their Ultimate Fighter Live Finale card which is set for June 1st. Yesterday they added a featherweight bout between Jonathan Brookins and Charles Oliveira, and confirmed two more solid lighter-weight fights as well. Via UFC.com:

Also at featherweight, tough Hawaiian Max Holloway will meet 5-1 finisher Pat Schilling. At bantamweight, TUF 14's John Albert will follow up his wild firefight against Ivan Menjivar with a bout against the well-rounded Byron Bloodworth.

Holloway (4-1) made his UFC debut on very short notice against top 10 featherweight Dustin Poirier at UFC 143, but was submitted in the first round. Schilling (5-1) was also submitted in his UFC debut, falling to Daniel Pineda at UFC on FX 1. Albert (7-2) was a contestant on TUF 14 and dropped his last bout to Ivan Menjivar by TKO. Bloodworth (6-2) was another fighter that took his first UFC bout on very late notice, but was finished by Mike Easton at UFC on Versus 6 last year.

The main event of the June 1st event is a welterweight battle between Martin Kampmann and Jake Ellenberger.

SBN coverage of TUF Live Finale

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