Report: Tim Means Gets New Opponent For UFC 202
By FCF Staff
Although Tim Means’ original opponent for UFC 202 recently went down with an injury, the welterweight will still compete on the card.
Means was scheduled to fight Sean Strickland on August 20th, but the latter was forced to withdraw due to a knee injury. According to a new report from MMA Fighting.com, Bellator and Titan FC vet, Sabah Homasi, has agreed to face Means.
Homasi (11-5) fought at Titan FC 40 last weekend, and knocked out Jorge Patino in the first round.
Means (25-7-1) hasn’t fought since December, however, when he KO’d John Howard.
UFC 202 will take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.