The UFC has signed another potential challenger for Ronda Rousey’s bantamweight title.

UFC President Dana White revealed that the promotion has signed former 18-time world boxing champion and unbeaten mixed martial artist Holly Holm.

The promotion had met with Holm and her manager, Lenny Fresquez, earlier in the year and White stated that the meeting was “not good at all” and that Holm should “start looking elsewhere.” However, following Holm’s knockout of Juliana Werner in April under the Legacy FC banner, it appears as if the promotion has changed its tune.

Holm, 32, compiled a record of 33-2-3 in the boxing ring, but announced in early 2013 that she was retiring to focus solely on MMA. Through seven professional contests, the Jackson’s MMA product has remained undefeated, earning six knockouts. On top of her fifth-round knockout of Werner, Holm has also stopped Strikeforce veteran Jan Finney and CFA veteran Allanna Jones. In addition to competing in the Legacy cage, Holm made one appearance under the Bellator banner, stopping Katie Merrill.

The signing of Holm corresponds with the continued dominance of the aforementioned Rousey at 135 pounds. The champion was most recently in action at UFC 175, stopping Alexis Davis in just 16 seconds. The win marked Rousey’s second consecutive win via strikes after starting her career with eight straight wins by armbar.

However, according to Holm’s management, a title shot is not in her immediate future and she’ll have to build her way into contention. The New Mexico-based fighter is recovering from a broken arm suffered in her fight with Werner and is expected to make her Octagon debut in either October or November.