Just as he was promised, Steve Bosse got another chance to step in the Octagon. Although it'll be quite the change.
The former hockey player was scheduled to face Fabio Maldonado in Montreal at UFC 186 until Quinton Jackson came back a few days before the event. He will now will be on hostile territory as he faces Thiago Santos in at The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil Season Four Finale, in Sao Paulo on June 27, as it was reported by Lancenet.
Bosse, who was a retired fighter MMA fighter with a 10-1 record, will make his UFC debut at 185 pounds after a two-year lay-off, even though he is on an eight-fight win streak. He has wins over notable veterans of the sport such as Wes Sims, Marvin Eastman and Houston Alexander.
Santos, a contestant on the second season of the Brazilian reality show, has been alternating wins and losses ever since his UFC debut. As of now, Marreta is coming off of a vicious body kick TKO win over Andy Enz at UFC 183.
The TUF: Brazil Finale card will be headlined by welterweights Erick Silva and Rick Story.