UFC On FX 4: Ken Stone Takes On Dustin Pague, Francisco Rivera Out With Injury

June 8, 2012; Sunrise, FL, USA; General View prior to the start of UFC at BankAtlantic Center. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE

American Top Team's Ken Stone takes on replacement Dustin "The Disciple" Pague at UFC On FX 4 Friday night.

Ken Stone was originally set to take on Francisco Rivera on Friday night at UFC on FX 4 in a bantamweight bout, but the Coconut Creek, Fla. native will now take on Dustin "The Disciple" Pague. Rivera was forced to pull out of the match with an undisclosed injury. Pague, a cast member of "The Ultimate Fighter 14" is coming off a submission win over Jared Papazian at UFC on FX 3 and accepted the fight on short notice.

Stone, a member of American Top Team, is coming off a submission win over Donny Walker at UFC Fight Night 25. Originally preparing for Rivera, who's predominantly a striker, Stone will now need to switch gears and get ready for a more well rounded fighter as eight of Pague's 11 wins have come by submission.

This will be Stone's third fight in the UFC, splitting his last two match ups.

For more on combat sports and the UFC, be sure to check out SB Nation's combat sports blog MMA Fighting.

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