The UFC’s first trip to Germany since UFC 122 in 2010 has a headlining bout.

In the night’s top billing, middleweights Gegard Mousasi and Mark Munoz will lock horns.

The former Strikeforce light heavyweight champion Mousasi will be looking to bounce back from a unanimous decision loss to former UFC champion Lyoto Machida in February. The loss marked the first defeat since 2010 for the Dutch-Armenian fighter. The 28-year-old has amassed 34 wins in 40 career MMA bouts, with 29 coming via stoppage.

Munoz, meanwhile, is also looking to rebound from a defeat to the aforementioned Machida. However, Munoz did not make it to the scorecards with the current No. 1 contender. Machida connected with a vicious head kick just three minutes into the bout that rendered Munoz unconscious. The former NCAA wrestling champion has lost two of his last three, also falling victim to current champion Chris Weidman via knockout. The 36-year-old holds a record of 8-4 in the Octagon, but three of his losses have come by strikes.

UFC Fight Night 41 will take place on Saturday, May 31 from the O2 World Berlin in Berlin, Germany. The card will stream via the promotion’s digital network, UFC Fight Pass. No other fights have been revealed at this time.