Joanne Calderwood (Dave Mandel/Sherdog)Joanne Calderwood vs. Valerie Letourneau Set For Inaugural UFC Women’s Flyweight Bout José Youngs April 28, 2016 News, Spotlight, UFC The UFC has officially added the women’s 125-pound division. On Thursday morning, UFC officials announced both Joanne Calderwood and Valerie Letourneau will be making the jump up from strawweight to compete in the first ever women’s flyweight fight in promotion history at UFC Fight Night 89. Calderwoord (10-1), a Scotland native, was last seen earning a decision win over Cortney Casey in front of her hometown crowd in Glasgow at UFC Fight Night 72. Both women earned a Fight of the Night bonus for their efforts. Prior to this win, fans saw ‘Jojo’ suffer her first professional loss at the hands Maryna Moroz at UFC Fight Night 64 last April. She will enter this bout with four career stoppage wins, all of which have come by way of knockout. Létourneau (8-4) will be looking to get back into the win column after suffering a decision loss to regining strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk at UFC 193 in November. Prior to this setback, the French Canadian had won four straight win, including all three under the UFC banner. UFC Fight Night 89 is set to go down on June 18 at The Arena at TD Place in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. A welterweight contest between former title contender Rory MacDonald and Stephen Thompson will serve as the main event.