Less than two months out, the UFC 236 card is filling up quickly.
In addition to a pair of previously reported interim title bouts between Max Holloway and Dustin Poirier (at lightweight) and Israel Adesanya and Kelvin Gastelum (at middleweight) being confirmed on Saturday, several other bouts were announced for the April 13 pay-per-view event at State Farm Arena in Atlanta.
Eryk Anders (11-3) will move back up to light heavyweight to fight Ultimate Fighter 23 finalist Khalil Rountree (7-3, 1 NC). Currently on a two-fight skid, Anders has previously fought at 185 and 205 pounds, while Rountree will be looking to bounce back from a first-round knockout loss to Johnny Walker.
Also official for UFC 236, one-time UFC flyweight title challenger Wilson Reis (23-9) fights Alexandre Pantoja (20-3), Montel Jackson (7-1) meets Andre Soukhamthath (13-6) in a bantamweight bout, light heavyweight veteran Ovince Saint Preux (23-12) rematches Nikita Krylov (24-6), and Boston Salmon (6-1) fights Khalid Taha (12-2) at 145 pounds.
The bout order for UFC 236 is still to be determined.