"Truthfully, I have no idea," she told MMAjunkie.com Radio (www.mmajunkie.com/radio). "I'm kind of leaning toward the opposite because when they announced "Miesha (Tate) vs. Cat (Zingano), they announced them against each other. When they announced me and Alexis, they didn't give us opponents."
Rousey stated that McMann poses the biggest challenge of all female bantamweights, so there's always the chance that McMann will receive a title shot in her first UFC fight.
If Rousey beats Carmouche on Feb. 23 in the main event of UFC 157 and doesn't sustain much damage, there's a chance that the star judoka could return to action for a fight against McMann as early as July.
The UFC could also take the other route by pitting McMann against Davis, and having the winner fight the victor of the Miesha Tate vs Cat Zingano tilt, to determine the No. 1 contender in the women's bantamweight division.
"I know people say, 'Sara needs to fight Ronda [Rousey],' but when it comes to the matchups and what I'm getting told, I don't get that impression," McMann said of a potential fight with the Olympic judo bronze medalist. "I'm still lower on the rankings, and I'd never fought in Strikeforce. I didn't have any fights on the bigger stages, so it doesn't seem to be how the UFC works."