Wray's fight, which is slated for Jan. 25 at VooDoo Lounge at Harrah's Casino North Kansas City, comes in the Ultimate Blue Corner Battles promotion. Her opponent holds an official record of 7-12, but she's riding a two-fight win streak over tough opponents.
"Y'all come check out my next fight January 25 at Harrah's casino in Kansas City!" Wray wrote. "Tickets for sale on http://ticketmaster.com . Thanx 4 the love."
Wray's new Twitter account can be found here. Expect more updates to come via Twitter on her upcoming fight against Jordan.
“Last year, I was a Chiefs cheerleader,” Wray said. “I have been a cheerleader or dancer my whole life and I moved here from Arkansas to cheer for the Kansas City Chiefs."
Wray quickly became one of the brightest young stars on the female MMA scene, joining sexy MMA starlets like Ronda Rousey and Paige VanZant.
Wray said she was drawn into MMA just to get a more interesting workout besides boring treadmill and elliptical routines.
"I started working out at Title Boxing Club with some of the girls for an alternative workout," Wray said. "I really enjoyed it and started taking private lessons after a little while. One day, I came in and they wanted me to spar. I was nervous about someone actually punching me in the face, but I did it.”
Things didn’t get off to a smooth start inside the ring, but she didn’t quit — she fought back even harder.
“I was absolutely horrible,” she added. “This drove me to want it even more. I knew I had to make a choice between fighting and cheerleading. I chose fighting.”