TORONTO -- Jesse (The Body Snatcher) Ronson only got a little more than four weeks notice about his UFC debut. Jonathan Allen Redskins Jersey . But the 27-year-old lightweight from London, Ont., had been biding his time, waiting for the call. Ronson (13-2) ran up an eight-fight win streak along the way, submitting Shane Campbell last time out July 5 to win the Aggression Fighting Championship 155-pound title. He had thought the UFC would take notice of his previous win, a November decision over former WEC and Strikeforce veteran Ryan Healy in the Score Fighting Series But nothing happened. "I thought I was going to get the call (after the Healy win)," Ronson said. "It took a little longer than I expected but I got it." Ronson will make his long-awaited UFC debut Saturday at UFC 165 against Brazils Michel (Tractor) Prazeres, who is moving down from welterweight for the fight. Ronson admits to some rare nerves leading up to the Campbell bout. He knew a loss would be a huge setback in his bid to make the UFC. Also Campbell had been active, posting three wins and taking part in several Muay Thai bouts since Ronson had last fought as a result of several card cancellations. "I knew he wouldnt have any ring rust like I had ring rust," said Ronson. "I did want to stand and bang with him because hes the best striker in Canada, just to see where I stood." Ronson dropped him twice before submitting him via rear naked choke in the second round. "I felt some goals were accomplished in that fight," he said. Ronsons opponent Saturday is a stocky Brazilian who, at five foot six, will be giving up four inches to Ronson. Prazeres (16-1) will be a handful. "He is definitely the Rousimar Palhares of 155 (pounds)," he said, referring to another stocky Brazilian with stellar grappling skills. Prazeres was a late injury replacement in his UFC debut, losing a close decision to veteran Paulo Thiago on a televised card in Brazil in May. A back belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and former military police officer, the 32-year-old Prazeres has been a pro fighter since 2000 although 13 of his 17 fights came before June 2008. Ronson believes Prazeres made the drop to lightweight to take advantage of his strength and grappling skills. "His coaches probably told him Hey look, at 155 pounds, you grab a hold of a guy, theyre not going anywhere, " he said. "Hes so big and so strong that nobodys going to be able to stop him. But thats where I come in." That weight cut, in a foreign country, may make life difficult for the Brazilian, according to Ronson. "I know hes going to gas really fast," he said. "Probably after the first two or three minutes hes not going to have a gas tank any more." Ronson, known for his body punches, looks to add to that pain. "Im going to keep it busy," he said. "Im going to beat, beat, beat his body." On the mental front, he has been working with a sports psychologist to prepare for Saturday and calm his nerves. "Its helping a lot," he said. "Im waking up every day feeling great. When I go train, Ive never felt this good." Ronson trains at the Adrenaline Training Center in London, home to fellow UFC fighters Chris (The Menace) Clements and Sam (Hands of Stone) Stout and former UFC featherweight contender Mark (The Machine) Hominick. Clements is also on the Air Canada card, facing welterweight Stephen (Wonderboy) Thompson. While Ronson has had to wait for a chance to show his skills in the UFC, in truth he hasnt been at the fight game long. His pro debut was November 2009. "I definitely put the work in," he said. "Its not like I wanted to fast-track to the UFC. Obviously that was the ultimate goal but this is how busy I want to be. "If the UFC would let me, Id like to fight four times a year, maybe even more." One fight hed like is a rematch with Montreals Mike Ricci, who handed him his last loss in April 2011. Ricci is also on Saturdays card, facing Myles (Fury) Jury. If he hadnt got a call from the UFC after the Campbell win, Ronson was contemplating trying to enter the organization via "The Ultimate Fighter." But he didnt need the reality TV show after all to crack the UFC lineup. Saturday marks the first time Ronson has been to a UFC event and not sit in the stands. Ronson has been a spectator at every show in Toronto, as well as one in Montreal and another in Columbus. Paul Richardson Jersey . Cleveland released the troubled wide receiver on Wednesday, an expected ending after Bess was arrested in January for assaulting a law enforcement officer at an airport and other bizarre behaviour. DaRon Payne Redskins Jersey . 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"But I feel like everything is right where it needs to be to have a week where I know I could put it all together. Ive improved a lot of little areas of my game and I feel like my game is consistently better." Hearns best career finish came at the 2013 John Deere Classic. He was tied with Jordan Spieth and Zach Johnson after regulation but Spieth took the title by hitting a par putt on the fifth playoff hole. The 35-year-old from Brantford, Ont., is enjoying a short break before ramping things up in July. He plans to play at The Greenbrier Classic early next month before returning to the John Deere Classic. Entry in the British Open remains a question mark for now but Hearn is locked in for the July 24-27 RBC Canadian Open at the Royal Montreal Golf Club. He has yet to play the Ile-Bizard, Que., course but feels his game should be a good fit for the old-style, tree-lined layout. "Its a course from my understanding that keeping the ball in play off the tee is going to be at a premium," he said on a conference call. "Thats something that my game is well suited for." Hearn will be joined in the field by fellow Canadians Graham DeLaet, Mike Weir and Stephen Ames. Golff Canada confirmed Wednesday that world No. Troy Apke Jersey. 15 Dustin Johnson is also entered along with Charl Schwartzel, Chris Kirk, Matt Every and Charley Hoffman. Theyll join a field that includes defending champion Brandt Snedeker, Ernie Els, Graeme McDowell, Luke Donald, Matt Kuchar, Jim Furyk and Hunter Mahan. Hearn, who celebrated a birthday Tuesday, said now that hes in his mid-30s he feels more comfortable taking a little time off before busy stretches on the Tour. "I think Ive gotten a lot better at setting my schedule out and giving myself breaks when I need them, so when I do play I feel like Im ready to compete each and every week that I do tee it up," he said. Hearn, who turned pro in 2001, finished tied for sixth at the Honda Classic last March and had another sixth-place effort last month at The Players Championship. However, he has missed the cut at six of his last 16 tournaments and currently holds the No. 90 position in the world rankings. This year marks the 60th anniversary of the last victory by a Canadian at the national open. Pat Fletcher was the last to do it in 1954. The 2014 field for the US$5.7-million event includes eight former champions in Snedeker (2013), Scott Piercy (2012), Sean OHair (2011), Carl Pettersson (2010), Nathan Green (2009), Jim Furyk (2006, 2007), Vijay Singh (2004) and John Rollins (2002). Canadians Adam Hadwin, Brad Fritsch and Beon Yeong Lee will also be in the field. The rest of the tournament entries will be finalized in the coming weeks. Follow (at)GregoryStrongCP on Twitter. 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