Sabina Mazo will make her bantamweight debut against Alexis Davis at a UFC card on Feb. 27.
Multiple outlets confirmed the booking following an initial report from Milenio. A location has not been officially announced for the event, which will be topped by a light heavyweight scrap pitting Dominick Reyes against Jiri Prochazka.
A former Legacy Fighting Alliance flyweight champion, Mazo has won three consecutive UFC appearances after losing her debut. In her last outing, “Colombian Queen” submitted Justine Kish with a rear-naked choke in the third round at UFC Fight Night 177 on Sept. 12. Mazo also owns victories over J.J. Aldrich and Shana Dobson within the Las Vegas-based promotion.
Davis, meanwhile, is currently mired in the first three-fight skid of her professional tenure after dropping successive decisions against Katlyn Chookagian, Jennifer Maia and Viviane Araujo at 125 pounds. The former 135-pound title challenger will be making her first appearance in the division since she outpointed Cindy Dandois at UFC Fight Night 108 in April 2017.
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