Alliance Training Center continues to produce high level talent as Travis Browne (9-0) will make his UFC debut against Ultimate Fighter 10 veteran James McSweeney (4-4, 1-0 UFC).

While the venue is yet to be known, the event is expected to take place on June 19 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Ultimate Fighter 11 features a legendary rivalry between Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz, whom will coach opposite one another on the show. In addition, the show will feature middleweight (185 lb.) fighters competing for a six-figure contract with the UFC.

Travis Browne made his debut in the sport last February and in that time span he has collected nine wins, seven of which have come via TKO. He most recently defeated Aaron Brink in a mere 35 seconds of the first round to capture the Gladiator Challenge interim Heavyweight title.

Browne is trained by head coach Eric Del Fierro and trains alongside the likes of Brandon Vera, Phil Davis, Joey Beltran, and WEC Bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz.

McSweeney, a veteran of the 10th season of the Ultimate Fighter, earned a TKO win over Darrill Schoonover at The Ultimate Fighter 10 Finale. All four of McSweeney's wins have come via TKO.

As seen on the show, McSweeney is close friends with former UFC light heavyweight champion Rashad Evans and trains alongside him in Albuquerque at Greg Jackon's academy.

For more information regarding both camps go to: http://www.alliancemma.com/ and http://jacksonsmma.com/.