Koscheck recently announced that he would be facing off with Pierce via his Twitter account.
The event is expected to take place in Fairfax, Virginia on January 11 and airing live on Spike TV.
Koscheck will be looking to make it two in a row in the Octagon coming off the heels of his first round TKO shutout of Frank Trigg during UFC 103. Kos sports an impressive Octagon record of 15-4, with wins over the likes of Diego Sanchez, Dustin Hazelett, Chris Lytle and Yoshiyuki Yoshida during his time spent with the UFC.
Training out of The Braveheart Fight Club alongside fellow UFC fighter Ricky Story, Pierce is fresh off of the most impressive victory in his 10-1 career, defeating Brock Larson via unanimous decision in his Octagon debut at UFC Fight Night 19.