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A featherweight clash pitting Jeremy Stephens against Arnold Allen is in the works for the UFC’s card on Nov. 7.
MMAjunkie.com was first to report the matchup. The card is expected to take place at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas and is headlined by a light heavyweigh tilt pitting Thiago Santos against Glover Teixiera.
Stephens is currently on a five-bout winless streak dating back to a first-round TKO loss against Jose Aldo at UFC on Fox 30 on July 28, 2018. In his last outing, “Lil Heathen” suffered a KO setback to Calvin Kattar at UFC 249. Before his current slump, Stephens was on a three-bout winning streak that included triumphs over Gilbert Melendez, Doo Ho Choi and Josh Emmett.
Allen, meanwhile, has won his first seven UFC appearances and nine in a row overall. The Cage Warriors veteran kicked off his 2020 campaign with a decision win against Nik Lentz at UFC Fight Night 166 on Jan. 25.
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