Neil Magny (Eshter Lin/MMA Fighting)Neil Magny to face Kelvin Gastelum at TUF: Latin America 2 Finale José Youngs November 3, 2015 News, Spotlight, UFC On Tuesday afternoon, UFC officials announced welterweight Neil Magny had been named as the replacement for the injured Matt Brown against Kelvin Gastelum in the main event of The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America 2 Finale in Mexico. This news comes one day after it was revealed Brown had injured his ankle in camp, forcing him out of his bout against Brown. Magny (16-4), veteran of season 16 of The Ultimate Fighter, was scheduled to battle Stephen Thompson at FUC 195 in January. The Denver native will be looking to pick up his ninth win in his last 10 bouts. In most recent effort, fans saw Magny earn a split decision over Erick Silva at UFC Fight Night 74 after taking the fight on just two weeks notice. He will enter this bout with eight careers stoppage wins, including five by way of knockout, and a UFC record of 9-3. Gastelum (11-1), who recently served as the head coach on during TUF: Latin America, last fought at middleweight and defeated longtime UFC veteran and former Strikeforce welterweight champion Nate Marquardt by corner stoppage. The move back to 185-lbs was directed by Dana White after Gastelum had twice failed to make the welterweight limit. His only loss is to No. 3 Tyron Woodley at UFC 183 last January, where he dropped a decision and missed weight by an astonishing nine-pounds. The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America 2 Finale is currently slated to take place on Nov. 21 at Arena Monterrey in Monterrey, Mexico.