With UFC on FOX 5 only a few weeks away, the UFC has turned their attention towards the organization’s next appearance on network television by booking bouts for the January 26 effort. The latest tilt added to the show was revealed today in the form of a welterweight match-up between Pascal Krauss and Mike Stumpf.

UFC officials have confirmed the fight’s presence on the preliminary portion of UFC on FOX 6.

Krauss holds an overall record of 10-1, suffering the first loss of his career last May when he fell on the scorecards to John Hathaway. Nine of his wins have involved some form of stoppage including seven by way of submission.

Like Karuss, the 11-3 Stumpf will be looking to get back on the winning track come showtime. Also similar, the 29-year old is a finisher by trade with seven tap-outs and two TKOs to his credit.

UFC on FOX 6 is headlined by a flyweight title-fight between Demetrious Johnson/John Dodson with other planned pairings including Donald Cerrone-Anthony Pettis, Clay Guida-Hatsu Hioki, and Quinton Jackson-Glover Teixeira.