Rosi Sexton will be the first British female UFC competitor on Saturday when she takes on Alexis Davis in Canada on Saturday.
Sexton has had many mixed martial arts (MMA) fights before, having fought 15 times losing twice in her MMA career.
She will move up in weight to bantamweight make her UFC debut in Winnipegon the UFC 161 card against Canadian Davis.
Sexton was born in France before moving to the UK at a young age and she is a Cambridge University graduate, an osteopath and a mother.
Out of her 15 professional fights, two of Sexton's 13 wins have been by knockout while seven were because her opponent submitted. The other four went the decision and Sexton won by way of decision.
The Sexton-Davis fight is the only female clash on the maincard of UFC 161 with Roy Nelson, Rashad Evans and Shawn Jordan also all fighting on Saturday.
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