Speculation has been rife for a while that
"I don't care about going to the ground in this next one, I am going out there to knock him out!" commented the honorary Brit when asked about the matchup, adding, "I have seen his fights and I think it is a very good match for me. My wrestling is stronger and so is my striking."
The match with Bielkheden comes off the back of comments the Swede made about dropping a weight class following his mauling by "The Ultimate Fighter" winner
"I made that cut last time, but in the wrong way. With what I know now and the people behind me things will be very different this time. I always thought I would be a good fighter at welterweight, but I know I can go all the way at lightweight," clarified Liaudin.
He assessed his options following the
The UFC 89 fight card for Birmingham, England is coming together with matches such as these being inked.