The UFC's Feb. 21 fight night at Consol Energy Center will be headlined by a five-round main event featuring Donald "The Cowboy" Cerrone and Tim Means, the UFC announced Friday.
The bout will mark the welterweight debut for Cerrone (28-6), who competed in the lightweight division throughout his career. Prior to losing his most recent fight -- to Rafael dos Anjos in the lightweight title -- he had won his previous eight bouts.
Means (25-7-1) has won five of his last six fights and 17 of his 25 career wins have come by knockout. Both Cerrone and Means train out of Albuquerque, N.M., albeit at different gyms.
Preceding the main event will be 10 under-card bouts, a group of featuring, among other fighters, undefeated featherweight Cody Garbrandt, who launched his mixed martial arts career while living in Pittsburgh.
Tickets for the event go on sale Jan. 22.