BREAKING: Cody Stamann vs Rob Font verbally agreed to for UFC Greenville

Rob Font

Two top-15 bantamweights are set to throw down in Greenville, South Carolina.

Sources tell BJPENN.com that Cody Stamann and Rob Font have verbally agreed to fight on June 22. The two have been going back-and-forth on Twitter accusing one another of not agreeing to the fight, but now people close to the situation have confirmed that the bout is verbally agreed to and contracts should be coming any day now.

Stamann is coming off a unanimous decision win over Alejandro Perez at UFC 235. That victory got him back into the win column, as Cody had lost his most previous bout with Aljamain Sterling via submission. Before the loss to Sterling, the 11th ranked bantamweight, Stamann, had put together a ten fight win streak. That impressive stretch included notable wins over the likes of Bryan Caraway, Tom Duquesnoy and Terrion Ware among others.

Font also got back into the win column in his last fight out, where he picked up a unanimous decision win over Sergio Pettis. Before that the 12th ranked bantamweight was coming off a loss to Raphael Assuncao by decision. Font holds notable wins over Thomas Almeida and Matt Schnell among others.

UFC Greenville is set to go down on June 22 at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.

The updated card is below (bout order to be determined):

Renato Moicano vs. Chan Sung Jung — featherweight main event
Cody Stamann vs Rob Font — bantamweight
Andrea Lee vs. Montana De La Rosa — women’s flyweight
Bryan Barberena vs. Randy Brown — welterweight
Molly McCann vs. Ariane Lipski — women’s flyweight
Allen Crowder vs. Jair Rozenstruik — heavyweight
Deron Winn vs. Markus Perez — middleweight
Bevon Lewis vs. Darren Stewart — middleweight
Ashley Yoder vs. Syuri Kondo — strawweight
Alessio Di Chirico vs. Kevin Holland — middleweight
Andre Ewell vs. Anderson Dos Santos — bantamweight
Luis Pena vs. Matt Wiman — lightweight

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This article first appeared on BJPenn.com on 5/6/2019