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Stann vs. Wallace, Hallman vs. Howard, & Bocek vs. Veach announced for TUF 10 Finale

Rodney WallaceThe UFC announced three more bouts today for The Ultimate Fighter 10 Finale, scheduled for December 5th at The Palms Casino & Resort in Las Vegas.

A bout first reported by, Brian Stann vs. Rodney Wallace, along with Dennis Hallman vs. John Howard, and Mark Bocek vs. Matt Veach are all now official for the finale.

Brian “All American” Stann, is 7-2 in his professional career. He has a recent win over Steve Cantwell at UFC Fight Night 19. The former WEC light heavyweight champion is looking to stay in the winner’s circle after losing his UFC debut to Krzysztof Soszynski.

Rodney Wallace will be making his UFC debut after winning an eight-man tournament for Vendetta Fighting Championship. He currently holds an overall record of 9-0.

Dennis “Superman” Hallman will be returning to the UFC after not competing for the organization since 2005. Hallman is a 12-year veteran, who holds two submission wins over future hall of famer Matt Hughes. He has gone 7-1 since his last trip to the ocatagon, with an overall record of 41-12-2.

His opponent, John Howard, is riding a five-fight win streak, with two since joining the UFC. “Doomsday”, has won both his UFC match-ups, over Tamden McCrory and Chris Wilson, by way of split-decision. He currently has an overall record of 12-4, with his last loss coming from another UFC vet, Dan Miller in 2007.

Finally, Mark Bocek will the meeting Matt Veach, trying to continue his current two-fight win streak. Bocek rebounded since starting his UFC career with a 1-2 record, with back-to-back submissions over Alvin Robinson and David Bielkheden. Overall at 7-2, his only two losses came at the hands of Frankie Edgar and Mac Danzig.

Veach, who won his UFC debut with a TKO over Matt Grice, will be looking to stay perfect after posting an overall record of 11-0. The Missouri native has only seen the final bell in one of his eleven matches.

Pictured: Rodney “Sho’nuff” Wallace

  • Makington says:

    None of those fights really interest me, especially with the slumberfest Stann put on last fight, which should have been an amazing fight.

    I am only mildly interested in seeing Dennis Hallman, and hope he get a big win against Howard.

  • hindsightufuk says:

    yep i agree, not overly interested in any of those although Mark Bocek vs. Matt Veach could be a pretty good grappling match.
    Have they set a main event yet?

  • fanoftna33 says:

    I think Stann will get koed here but it will be nice to see Wallace fight.
    I am looking forward to seeing Hallman for the for the first time.


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