The welterweight rebooking was confirmed on Monday by the UFC.
Brown initially signed onto face the undefeated prospect for the chance to compete at home with UFC on ESPN 8 card scheduled to take place in his hometown of Columbus, Ohio. Unfortunately, the coronavirus pandemic forced that show to be canceled.
As for Baeza, the former Dana White Contender Series vet seeks the biggest win of his young career when he faces Brown in Jacksonville, Fla. Baeza is currently 1-0 in the UFC with a TKO win over Hector Aldana in his debut this past October.
Baeza is 8-0 overall with six of those victories coming by way of knockout or TKO.