Ask and Cris Cyborg will deliver.
The UFC female featherweight champion confirmed on Instagram that she has accepted a bout at UFC 221 with Megan Anderson for the title.
UFC 221 takes place February 10 from Perth, Western Australia and the Perth Arena. The card, which marks the first appearance in the city for the Octagon, currently is headlined by Luke Rockhold challenging Robert Whittaker for the middleweight title.
Cyborg successfully defended her belt with a decision win over Holly Holm this past Saturday night at UFC 219. The former Invicta FC and Strikeforce champion is 19-0 with one no-contest over her last 20 pro fights.
“I got a calling asking if I would fight (Anderson) in her home country,” Cyborg posted. “And I said yes.”
Anderson, also a former Invicta FC champion, proclaimed her readiness to meet Cyborg shortly after the Brazilian defended her title vs. Holm. The two were once scheduled to meet for the vacant belt after officials stripped Germaine de Randamie of the championship.
Prior to that contest taking place, though, Anderson was forced to pull out citing personal issues. Tonya Evinger, another ex-Invicta FC titleholder, replaced her and was finished by Cyborg for the belt.
The UFC has yet to make the Cyborg-Anderson contest official. Below is the current fight card for UFC 221:
UFC Middleweight Championship
Robert Whittaker (c) vs. Luke Rockhold
Heavyweight: Mark Hunt vs. Curtis Blaydes
Flyweight: Ben Nguyen vs. Jussier Formiga
Light Heavyweight: Tyson Pedro vs. Saparbek Safarov
Heavyweight: Tai Tuivasa vs. Cyril Asker
Bantamweight: Teruto Ishihara vs. Jose Alberto Quinonez
Lightweight: Damien Brown vs. Dong Hyun Kim
Lightweight: Mizuto Hirota vs. Ross Pearson
Lightweight: Jeremy Kennedy vs. Alexander Volkanovski