Clements, who will fight this Saturday, April 21 at UFC 145 in Atlanta, Georgia, has been preparing for months, after learning he would make his UFC debut this year only days after winning a bout against UFC veteran Rich Clementi at Meltdown in the Valley.
Clements will fight another UFC veteran, Keith Wisniewski, who has a 28-12-1 record in his debut as part of a card that also features Jon Jones and Rashad Evans going toe to toe for the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship.
Chris Clements enters Saturday’s fight with a 10-4 professional record, with all 10 of his professional wins coming by knockout.
The matchup between Wisniewski and Clements was originally scheduled for a card in Montreal, but was shifted due to a scheduling change.
Clements will be the second fight of the night in front of the crowd at Philips Arena in Atlanta.