Multiple sources close to the situation confirmed the news to MMA Fighting on Thursday with agreements in place from both athletes.
Fresh off a win over Darren Stewart in his last outing, Anders will attempt to win a second consecutive fight after going 3-1 with one no contest in his past five outings in the octagon. During that run, Anders has also earned wins over Gerald Meerschaert and Vinicius Moreira as he continues to prove to be a tough out for anybody while often times competing at both 185 pounds and 205 pounds.
Meanwhile, Dolidze will also look to earn two wins in a row after he dispatched Laureano Staropoli in his last UFC appearance back in June. Overall, Dolidze is 3-1 in the UFC with a 9-1 record in his career.
Anders and Dolidze join a growing card on Nov. 13 with several bouts already confirmed but still no main event just yet. The UFC has targeted that date for a potential showdown between former featherweight champion Max Holloway and Yair Rodriguez but that fight has still not been finalized.