(Chances are this one isn’t going to decision.)
It looks like Mark Hominick won’t be the only Team Tompkins product who will get a step up in competition for his next WEC fight.
The news was first reported by MMAWeekly, and CagePotato.com has since been able to confirm the bout with a source close to the fight.
16-2 in his five-year MMA career, "The Polish Hammer" was knocked out in dramatic fashion in his WEC debut by Anthony Njokuani, but rebounded with a pair of wins over Danny Downes and Ed Ratcliffe. Cerrone will arguably provide the 23-year-old London, Ontario native, who was the face of thew now-defunct International Fight League with his toughest test to date.
Cerrone (12-3 1 NC), who put in his most impressive performance of his career in his unanimous decision victory over former WEC lightweight champ Jamie Varner at WEC 51 last month will be looking to use Horodecki to send a statement to current champ Ben Henderson that he is gunning for another title shot.