The former UFC Featherweight Champion Germaine De Randamie will make her return since being stripped from the 145lbs title when she takes on Marion Reneau at UFC Rotterdam this September.
— UFC Europe (@UFCEurope) July 20, 2017
Germaine De Randamie (7-3) became the first women’s Featherweight Champion when she beat Holly Holm by unanimous decision at UFC 208. Since that time De Randamie had sat on the sidelines unwilling to defend her title against the former Invicta FC Featherweight Champion Cris Cyborg. It was this reason the UFC decided to strip her from the belt in favour for a match up with Cris Cyborg and Tonya Evinger for the vacant title at UFC 214. She will now return to fight once again in her home of the Netherlands after successfully beating Anna Elmose by first round TKO the first time the UFC came to Rotterdam.
Marion Reneau (7-3-1) is coming off a majority draw result after facing Bethe Correia at UFC Fight Night 106 in March. Previously to that had won a TKO victory over Milana Dudieva at UFC Fight Night 99 in November last year.
This fight is headlined by Stefan Struve vs Alexander Volkov and will take place at the Ahoy in Rotterdam, Netherlands September 2nd.