UFC Fight Night 190 Gets Tim Means-Nicolas Dalby Welterweight Scrap

By Tristen Critchfield Jun 16, 2021

Tim Means and Nicolas Dalby will square off at UFC Fight Night 190 after both men lost previously scheduled opponents.

The promotion announced the new welterweight bout on Tuesday. UFC Fight Night 190 takes place at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas on June 26 and is headlined by a heavyweight clash between Ciryl Gane and Alexander Volkov.

Means was originally slated to meet Danny Roberts at UFC on ESPN 25 this Saturday, but Roberts had to exit the card due to COVID-19 protocols. Meanwhile, Sergey Khandozhko, Dalby’s original foe, suffered an injury and had to withdraw from UFC Fight Night 190.

Means has been victorious in three of his last four promotional appearances. “The Dirty Bird” is coming off a unanimous decision triumph over Mike Perry at UFC 255 this past November. The 37-year-old FIT-NHB stalwart is 31-12-1 over the course of a pro career that began in 2004.

Dalby is unbeaten in his last seven professional outings. He is 2-0 with one no contest during his second stint with the Las Vegas-based promotion, including a three-round verdict over Daniel Rodriguez in his last outing at UFC 255.

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