The Dream 17 card is filling up fast for July 16 in Japan with Strikeforce fighter Trevor Prangley being the latest addition as he faces Tatsuya Mizuno in a light heavyweight bout.
Dream officials announced the pairing on Wednesday.
Prangley (23-7-1) has been battling for consistent results lately having bounced back between wins, losses and draws in his last few fights.
The former UFC middleweight had amassed a five fight win streak before going through a tear of competition where he went 1-2-1 over his last four bouts. Prangley last competed in January, losing by rear naked choke to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu ace Roger Gracie.
Facing Prangley in Japan will be M-1 and Dream veteran Tatsuya Mizuno (8-7) as he looks to get off the schneid as well, having lost his last two in a row to Sergei Kharitonov and Gegard Mousasi.
Mizuno does have a win over Melvin Manhoef from a fight in July 2010, but has battled to find equal success lately.
The two light heavyweights are the latest addition to the July 16 card taking place in Tokyo, Japan.