As the report points out, the fight will be the well-traveled Guida's first contest in Brazil. "The Carpenter" heads into the fight with the Brazilian jiu jitsu black belt with momentum after having won his previous fight, in April, over Robbie Peralta.
In all, Guida has won three out of his last five. For his part, Tavares is coming off a TKO loss to Brian Ortega in June, but has still won four out of his last six bouts.
The Nov. 7 UFC Fight Night that will include Guida-Tavares is headlined by the third fight between former champions Vitor Belfort and Dan Henderson. The event will air live on FS1.
We will keep you posted as more fights are added to this card. We'll also check in with the Fight Night's roster of fighters to get you inside these bouts, leading up to the event.