Currently sporting a 5-3 record in the Octagon, MacDonald has always been seen as one of the toughest match-ups in the all of the 185-pound division. With a very dangerous ground game and a rapidly developing stand-up arsenal, the Canadian has been in the cage with some of the best fighters the division has to offer.
On the other side of the fight, Gouveia comes into the bout with MacDonald after making his move to the middleweight division in his most recent outing against
The fight could be pivotal to an ever-expanding middleweight division as both fighters are trying to get closer to contender status and will be gunning for an exciting win on a highly publicized card.
The Ultimate Fighter 8 finale show will take place on Dec. 13 and will be telecast live on Spike TV.