According to the UFC’s Brazilian Twitter account, Chad Mendes and Clay Guida will try again to square off inside the Octagon.

The two were originally linked to to UFC on FOX 7, but Guida (30-13) was forced to remove himself from the contest due to a training injury. “The Carpenter” won his featherweight debut earlier this year, defeating Hatsu Hioki.

Mendes (14-1) is a former No. 1 contender and has won his last three fights via stoppage since falling to UFC champion Jose Aldo.

UFC 164 takes place August 31 from the Bradley Center in Milwaukee.