Travis Browne is among a small amount of fighters in the UFC who do not have a loss on their current record and have competed at least 10 times.

Browne was scheduled to face Ben Rothwell at UFC on FOX 4, but an ankle injury has knocked Rothwell out, according to MMA Junkie.

It appears the UFC wasted little time in finding a replacement, as MMA Weekly reported that Devin Cole will step in and face Browne (13-0-1) at the August 4 match.

Cole has competed for Strikeforce, but has caused a bit of an uproar because of a 2008 charge of assault and sexual harassment. Cole accepted a guilty plea on those terms after being charged with rape and sodomy at first.

The Browne-Cole bout is expected to remain on the FOX-televised main card.