Kiwi flyweight Kai Kara-France has his first official UFC opponent.
The newly-signed Aucklander will take on Iranian-born Australian Ashkan Mokhtarian at UFC Adelaide on December 1, according to MMA Wizard.
The 32-year-old Mokhtarian boasts a professional record of 13-3 and is on a two-fight losing streak that includes a loss to John Moraga at the UFC Fight Night in Auckland in June 2017.
Kara-France got a taste of the UFC when he competed in Season 24 of the Ultimate Fighter in 2016, where he made the quarter-finals.
He's since fought throughout Asia and Australia, notching nine knockouts and three submissions in 17 career wins.
The 25-year-old, known as 'Don't Blink' on account of his propensity for knockouts, is the latest in a string of elite fighters to emerge from Auckland's City Kickboxing gym, following in the footsteps of Israel Adesanya, Dan Hooker and Shane Young.
The Adelaide event is yet to have a headline bout added, with a flyweight contest between Wilson Reis and Australian Ben Nguyen the lone fight confirmed.