It looks like the UFC is could its way to booking the first all female main card in promotion history.

On Friday morning, it was revealed the UFC was looking to add the UFC women’s strawweight title fight rematch between reigning champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk and Claudia Gadelha to UFC 195  in January. Lance Purgmire of the LA Times was the firs to report the news.

The entire card will be headline by a women’s bantamweight title fight between champion Ronda Rousey and former boxing champion Holly Holm, making this the first UFC event to be co-headlined by two women’s title fight.

Jedrzejczyk (10-0) won their previous meeting with a close split decision at UFC on FOX 13 last December. In her most recent contest, Poland native put on striking clinic against former Invicta FC atomweight champion Jessica Penne at UFC Fight Night 69 en route to a violent third round TKO.

Prior to this performance, fans saw Jedrzejczyk crowned the 115-pound champion after running though then champion Carla Esparza with a second round TKO at UFC 185 in March. She will enter this bout five career stoppage wins, including four by way of knockout.

Gadelha (13-1) has not kept it a secret she felt she did enough to win her initial meeting with Jedrzejczyk. In her most recent effort, the Nova Uniao earned her rematch with the champion with dominant decision win over former WSOF champion Jessica Aguilar at UFC 190 earlier the month. She will enter this product. She will enter this bout with eight career stoppage wins, including six by way of submission.

UFC 195 is currently set to take place at the MGM Grand Garden Area in Las Vegas on January 2.  This bout is expected to serve as the co-main event.

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