Brad Pickett is 1-1 in the Octagon since moving to flyweight. | Dave Mandel/Sherdog.com
Brad Pickett will enter the Octagon against Chico Camus in a 125-pound bout when the UFC heads to Austin, Texas, on Nov. 22.
Ultimate Fighting Championship officials on Tuesday announced the pairing. The UFC Fight Night card takes place at the Frank Erwin Center and includes a flyweight contest between Joseph Benavidez and Dustin Ortiz as well as a lightweight tilt pitting Yves Edwards against Akbarh Arreola.
Pickett, 35, will be making his third appearance in the UFC flyweight division. “One Punch” was defeated by Ian McCall via unanimous decision at UFC Fight Night “McGregor vs. Brandao” and has alternated between wins and losses in his last six fights.
Camus will be taking his sixth fight under the UFC banner; he currently holds a record of 3-2 within the promotion. The former Roufusport team member will be dropping down to 125 pounds for the tilt, with the change in division coming after a decision loss to Chris Holdsworth at UFC 173.