Sarah Moras and Ashlee Evans-Smith to tussle in Alberta
A pair of UFC bantamweight fighters will each look to rebound after recent losses inside the octagon when they meet at UFC 216 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, September 16.
Ashlee Evans-Smith (5-2) will take on Sarah Moras (4-2) at the Rogers Place, after coming up short in April against Ketlen Vieira. Evans-Smith dropped a unanimous decision in that fight in Kansas City.
Moras will have been out of competition for more than two years when she faces Evans-Smith in September. She last fought in July 2015, losing a unanimous decision to then bantamweight Jessica Andrade.
Only two other fight have been announced for the UFC 216 card:
Wilson Reis vs. Henry Cejudo
Gavin Tucker vs. Rick Glenn
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