Joanne Calderwood

While Joanne Calderwood aims to get rid of Cortney Casey-Sanchez at Saturday’s UFC Glasgow event, the Scot says she still has a score to settle with Bec Rawlings.

Calderwood lost her original opponent when Rawlings pulled out through injury after the pair forged a bitter rivalry on “The Ultimate Fighter: Season 20.”

“Bec’s not a nice person and she didn’t come across well on the show,” said “JoJo.” “Everyone who watched the show saw that. At first when she pulled out I was gutted. I was like, “what?” Everyone was looking forward to the fight.

“But I’m done worrying about it and I was like, “fuck it,” as long as I’m on the card that’s the main thing. I actually wouldn’t mind fighting any of her team from the TUF house. I’d like to punch all of them”

“It’s a shame as I was looking forward to fighting one of them on a full UFC card.”

The Glasgow Muay Thai striker will enjoy home advantage and while her previous triumphs include Sally Krumdiack and Katja Kankaanpaa, she lost via armbar in April to Maryna Moroz.

Casey-Sanchez steps in after a strong amateur apprenticeship with Tuff-N-Uff, not to mention a string of jiu-jitsu tournament wins over the likes of former UFC belt-holder Carla Esparza.

“I’m looking forward to it and I think she’ll be tougher than Bec,” said Calderwood. “From everything I’ve seen she’s a good fighter and I’m looking to Saturday. I see it being a pretty fast-paced fight but we’ll have to see what happens when we get there. I’m sure it will be a good fight.”

By Alistair Hendrie