Veteran Frank Trigg (19-6 MMA, 2-3 UFC) is returning to the UFC after signing a four-fight deal with the organization.
The news recently came from a report issued by MMAJunkie.com.
Trigg recently turned 37 and went 2-3 in his first go-around in the UFC that lasted from 2003-2005.
Trigg made his octagon debut at UFC 45 where he lost to Matt Hughes. It was the first of two losses he would suffer to Hughes via rear-naked choke that still haunt Trigg to this very day.
Trigg’s final fight for the company was a submission loss to Georges St. Pierre at UFC 54. He is 7-2 since leaving the organization in 2005.
Trigg has fought for ICON Sport, where he defeated Jason “Mayhem” Miller to win the organization’s middleweight title in 2006. He’s also appeared in PRIDE, HDNet Fights, World Victory Road’s “Sengoku” event series and Strikeforce.
Trigg is currently riding a four-fight win streak, with six wins in his past seven fights. He is expected to make his return to the UFC this fall or early winter at the latest.