Cummins, a two-time Tuff-N-Uff winner who fights out of California, is set to make her pro debut on March 23 at the Pomona Fairplex in a key bout under the Pandemonium MMA banner.
The 125-pound standout fights Norway-based striker Margaret "Magga" Aase.
Aase, 24, is coming off a knockout win over Lina Eklund at the Rumble of the Kings 7 event held in 2012.
As for Cummins, who will be looking to snap a two-fight losing skid, she doesn't mind using her good looks to help enhance her MMA career.
"Well sometimes people think that you can't fight because you are too girly," Cummins said in an interview with Examiner.com in Jan. "I think as long as you can back it up with skill then it's an absolute plus! People are drawn to different types of MMA girls, ones that are girly and some that aren't. It's good to have a nice variety."
Don't let Cummins' good looks fool you; this girl can really fight. She has beaten some of the best 125-pounds in the game, including Tandra Lopez and Chrissy Lim.
Also on the March 23 Pandemonium MMA card, Richard Delfin faces Freddy "Lil Man" Arteaga. The Fairplex, located at 1101 W McKinley Ave in Pomona, Calif., is Southern California's Event and Entertainment Center and home of the annual L.A. County Fair.
The fight between Cummins and Aase is currently the only all-female fight on the card.
MMA fans can check out Cummins on Twitter @RachaelCummins.