At the UFC 168 post-fight press conference on Saturday, Dec. 28, UFC President Dana White revealed that women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey will headline UFC 170 on Feb. 22 against Sara McMann.

Rousey retained her 135-pound title with a third-round armbar of bitter rival Miesha Tate at the Dec. 28 event in Las Vegas. The fight marked the first time that the undefeated Olympic judoka had gone past the first round. Despite the adversity, she still managed to secure her trademark submission and force Tate to tap. In her post-fight interview, Rousey stated she wanted a quick a turnaround and it appears that White and the promotion have granted her wish.

McMann, meanwhile, will enter the Octagon in February also carrying an unblemished record and Olympic credentials. The wrestling silver medalist defeated Sheila Gaff via TKO in her promotional debut at UFC 159 in April. The Invicta veteran was expected to face former Strikeforce champion Sarah Kaufman in August, but withdrew due to undisclosed reasons. Now she returns to action with UFC gold on the line.

UFC 170 will take place from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. In addition to the headlining title tilt between Rousey and McMann, the card features former UFC light heavyweight champion Rashad Evans welcoming Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix champion Daniel Cormier to the 205-pound division. A welterweight contest between top-10 welterweights Rory MacDonald and Demian Maia is also slated for the pay-per-view main card. The full lineup for the event is expected to be made official in the coming weeks.