Former World Series of Fighting champion Rick Glenn will make his Octagon debut next Saturday night at UFC Fight Night 94 opposite Evan Dunham.
Glenn is replacing Abel Trujillo, who suffered an injury.
Glenn (18-3-1) won the WSOF featherweight title in 2014 over Georgi Karakhanyan before losing it to Lance Palmer. He is on a three-fight win streak overall and is 15-1-1 in his last 17 fights.
Dunham (17-6) has reeled off three consecutive UFC wins to improve his record to 10-6 with the promotion.
UFC Fight Night 94 goes down September 17 from the State Farm Arena in Hidalog, Texas. The majority of the card airs live on FOX Sports 1. The event is headlined by Michael Johnson vs. Dustin Poirier.