Joining the UFC’s farthest away currently known card, Ashlee Evans-Smith and Norma Dumont will face off on November 28th. The bantamweight bout was first reported by Raphael Marinho of Combate.
Dumon had an unsuccessful UFC debut last February, being stopped in the first round by Megan Anderson. The loss ended her four-fight undefeated record that was developed on the regional Brazilian scene before.
Evans-Smith will return to bantamweight following two fights at flyweight. The latter of the two was a loss, not being favoured in an early 2019 fight against Andrea Lee. Evans-Smith entered the UFC as a bantamweight, winning two fights and losing three in the division before moving up in 2018 to face Bec Rawlings.
The only other bout announced for UFC’s November 28th show is the headlining bout, which sees ranked heavyweights Curtis Blaydes and Derrick Lewis face off.