It looks like both Nogueira brothers will be fighting at UFC 119 this fall.
Light-heavyweight Ryan (Darth) Bader confirmed Thursday that he has verbally agreed to fight Antonio Rogerio Nogueira.
"Should be a good one!" Bader tweeted.
MMAfighting.com, meanwhile, reports the UFC 119 main event will feature Nogueira's twin brother, heavyweight Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, in a rematch with Frank Mir.
MMAweekly.com said the Bader-Little Nog fight will be the co-main event.
While the UFC has yet to formally announce the Indianapolis card, Bader said he expects to fight Sept. 25.
Bader (12-0) has won all four of his fights in the UFC, starting with the knockout of Vinnie Magalhaes in the finale of Season 8 of "The Ultimate Fighter." He is coming off a third-round knockout of Keith (The Dean of Mean) Jardine at UFC 110 in Australia in February.
Bader, 27, is a former two-time all-American wrestler and three-time Pac 10 champion at Arizona State University.
Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (19-3) was impressive in his UFC debut when he won by TKO over Luiz Cane at UFC 106 last November. He had a much tougher time at UFC 114 in May when he won a controversial split decision over Jason Brilz.
Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira (32-6-1 with one no contest) lost to Mir via second-round TKO when they met at UFC 92 in December 2008. It later came out that the Brazilian was sick in the run-up to the fight.
He rebounded to beat Randy (The Natural) Couture at UFC 102 but was beaten last time out by Cain Velasquez at UFC 110.
Mir (13-5) is coming off a KO at the hands of Shane Carwin at UFC 111.
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