Ronda Rousey’s next challenger is all lined up, and it’s not Gina Carano.

Rousey will defend her UFC women’s bantamweight championship against Alexis Davis on July 5 during International Fight Week. UFC President Dana White announced the fight via Twitter.

Recent rumors suggested that the UFC was interested in bringing Carano back to the promotion, and White even suggested that he would entertain the notion of an immediate title fight for the fighter-turned-movie-star. White’s announcement dispels the discussion of a Carano return for the time being.

Davis is 8-1 over her last nine fights. Her only loss in that span came via majority decision against former Strikeforce champion Sarah Kaufman. Davis, the No. 2-ranked bantamweight and No. 3-ranked pound-for-pound female fighter according to the Unified Women’s MMA Rankings, notched submission wins over Hitomi Akano and Shayna Baszler in the Invicta FC cage before transitioning to the UFC. Inside the Octagon, she scored unanimous decisions over Rosi Sexton and Liz Carmouche and edged Jessica Eye by way of a split decision. “Ally-Gator” is currently riding a five-fight winning streak.

Rousey’s list of potential challengers included Carano, former boxing champion Holly Holm and Cat Zingano, who is currently on the mend from an injury that forced her out of her previously scheduled title shot against Rousey. The Olympic bronze medalist judoka is undefeated through her nine-fight professional MMA career. She captured the Strikeforce bantamweight title with a win over Miesha Tate, defended the belt against Sarah Kaufman and was named the UFC’s women’s bantamweight champion when the UFC absorbed the Strikeforce roster. Since entering the UFC, Rousey has made three successful title defenses. She used her patented armbar to finish Carmouche and Tate, then scored a TKO victory over Sara McMann. The TKO finish of McMann marked the first time Rousey ended a fight by a method other than an armbar.

The UFC’s July 5 effort is the UFC 175 pay-per-view. It is slated to take place at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas and features a middleweight title tilt between Chris Weidman and Lyoto Machida. The event is also expected to feature the showdown between current The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3 coaches Chael Sonnen and Wanderlei Silva. Rousey’s title defense will join the main-card lineup.