Lightweights looking to get back into the UFC’s Top-10 will square off this November, as Donald Cerrone meets Evan Dunham.

The bout, which takes place at UFC 167, was first reported by the Las Vegas Sun and confirmed with UFC officials.

Both Cerrone (20-6) and Dunham (14-4) are coming off losses to Rafael dos Anjos, and both are 1-2 in their last three overall.

The placement of the bout is unknown, but the main card is starting to fill up fast. The headliner features Georges St-Pierre defending his UFC welterweight title against Johny Hendricks, while Chael Sonnen and Rashad Evans collide in the co-main event.

Also, heavyweights Frank Mir and Alistair Overeem were recently announced, along with welterweights Rory MacDonald-Robbie Lawler and Josh Koscheck-Tyron Woodley.

The show serves as the 20th anniversary for the UFC.