Zingano (9-3-0) enters the contest while riding a three fight losing streak, dropping bouts to former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey, Julianna Pena and Ketlen Vieira. Zingano hasn’t picked up a win in almost four years, with her last victory coming over UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Amanda Nunes at UFC 178.
Reneau (9-3-1) comes into this battle on a two fight winning streak, last defeating Sara McMann at UFC On Fox 28. Reneau hasn’t seen one of her fights go the distance in over a year and the last one to do so came against Bethe Correia at UFC Fight Night 106.
Carmouche (11-6-0) has been undefeated since dropping to the flyweight division, defeating Alexis Davis by decision at UFC Fight Night Fresno. Carmouche has also challenged for the UFC Women’s Bantamweight Title, losing to then champion Ronda Rousey at UFC 157.
Maia (15-4-1) is going to be making her UFC debut in this fight and does so while riding a six fight winning streak. Maia is also the current Invicta FC Flyweight Champion, defeating Vanessa Porto to win the gold at Invicta FC 16.
Scoggins (11-4-0) enters the bout on a two fight losing streak and he hasn’t picked up a victory in over two years. Scoggins also returns to action for the first time in a year, as he hasn’t fought since a loss to Yuta Sasaki at UFC Fight Night Singapore.
Nurmagomedov (11-1-0) is also going to be making his UFC debut in this fight and does so while in the midst of a five fight winning streak. Nurmagomedov has suffered just a single defeat as a professional MMA fighter and that came to fellow UFC fighter Magomed Bibulatov in June of 2014.
UFC Fight Night Boise takes place on Saturday, July 14 from the Century Link Arena in Boise, Idaho with no main event announced at this time. Fightful is providing live coverage of the event, while broadcast plans have yet to be announced.