Former Strikeforce champion Sarah Kaufman has yet another opponent for the TUF: Nations Finale on April 16.

UFC officials have announced that former Invicta FC title challenger Leslie Smith will step in to replace an injured Amanda Nunes. Nunes, an injury replacement for Shayna Baszler, suffered a broken hand during training and was forced out.

The Smith-Kaufman match-up will be a rematch of the pair’s battle at Invicta FC 5, in which Kaufman took by controversial split decision.

Since then, both fighters have had different paths. Kaufman, made her Octagon debut at UFC 166 in October. The Canadian fell on the scorecards to Jessica Eye, but the loss was later ruled a no-contest after Eye failed her post-fight drug test.

Smith, meanwhile, dropped to the 125-pound flyweight division and bested Brazilian Jennifer Maia at Invicta FC 6 in July. The Californian then challenged Invicta champion Barb Honchak in December for the promotion’s flyweight belt, but Smith again found herself on the wrong end of the scorecards. Now, she’ll have the chance to avenge the loss to Kaufman on just one week’s notice.

The TUF: Nations Finale takes place Wednesday, April 16 from Colisee Pepsi in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. Headlined by middleweight contenders Michael Bisping and Tim Kennedy, the card will also feature the finals of the welterweight and middleweight tournaments from The Ultimate Fighter: Nations. The main card will air live on Fox Sports 1.