Ian McCall vs. John Moraga Added to UFC on FOX 4

Steve Mitchell, US PRESSWIRE

Ian McCall is jumping right back on the horse. Just over one month after falling in a UFC flyweight semifinal matchup with Demetrious Johnson, the dynamic Californian will waste no time getting back in the octagon. He's accepted a fight with UFC newcomer John Moraga, which will take place at UFC on FOX 4.

The promotion confirmed the matchup on Thursday.

With the show scheduled for August 4, McCall will have little more than two weeks to prepare.

Coming off back-to-back barn-burners with Johnson, McCall is still hunting for his first UFC win. He's 11-3-1 in his career.

Moraga is an Arizona-based fighter who trains out of respected camps The Lab (home to current UFC lightweight champion Ben Henderson) and Arizona Combat Sports (Jamie Varner).

Moraga is 10-1 and riding a four-fight win streak, with his only career loss coming in a 2010 decision against current UFC standout John Dodson.

UFC on FOX 4 takes place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, and features a quadruple-header on network TV with fights including Mauricio "Shogun" Rua vs. Brandon Vera, Lyoto Machida vs. Ryan Bader, Travis Browne vs. Ben Rothwell and Joe Lauzon vs. Jamie Varner.

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