ESPN was the first to report the Carmouche-Modafferi matchup.
Carmouche (13-6) has won four of her last five bouts, including two straight in the flyweight division. She is coming off of back-to-back unanimous decision wins over Lucie Pudilova and former Invicta FC champion Jennifer Maia. Modafferi (23-15), a 15-year MMA veteran, has alternated wins and losses in her last five appearances, most recently defeating Antonina Shevchenko by split decision.
Pennington (9-7) has lost two straight, including a failed bid to wrest the bantamweight title from Amanda Nunes last May. She’ll be facing the streaking Aldana (10-4), a former Invicta FC standout who has won three straight in the Octagon. Aldana defeated Bethe Correia by third-round submission earlier this week at UFC 237.
The Oleinik-Harris meeting is a re-booking of a fight that was originally scheduled for UFC Ottawa on May 4. Oleinik (57-12-1) was pulled from that bout to serve as a replacement for Alexander Volkov opposite Alistair Overeem at UFC Saint Petersburg. He would go on to lose to Overeem by first-round TKO, while Harris (12-7) would instead take on newcomer Sergey Spivak at UFC Ottawa and record a 50-second TKO victory.
Four other fights have been added to the card, a featherweight bout between Alex Caceres (14-12, 1 NC) and Steven Peterson (17-8), a bantamweight bout between Contender Series contract winner Domingo Pilarte (8-1) and Felipe Colares (8-1), a bantamweight bout between Mario Bautista (6-1) and Jin Soo Son (9-3), and a light heavyweight bout between Sam Alvey (33-12, 1 NC) and Klidson Abreu (14-3).
See the updated card below (bout order to be determined):
Liz Carmouche vs. Roxanne Modafferi
Raquel Pennington vs. Irene Aldana
Aleksei Oleinik vs. Walt Harris
Alex Caceres vs. Steven Peterson
Domingo Pilarte vs. Felipe Colares
Mario Bautista vs. Jin Soo Son
Sam Alvey vs. Klidson Abreu