"We'll see what happens, but I don't know if we'd be adding 145 in a couple months because over the next year what we're going to be doing is building this 135-pound division," White said in the lead-up to UFC 157. "I'm going to have 15 new fighters in here that we need to introduce to the world."
Ronda Rousey fights Liz Carmouche in the main event of UFC 157, which is slated for Feb. 23 in Anaheim Calif. White is pleased he made the decision to add females to the UFC.
"These girls are really talented fighters, and they belong here," White said. "As we started doing our homework, started looking at the divisions and started breaking down the women's division, the 135-pound division had talent in it. So I said, 'Let do it. Let's give it a shot.'"
White explained that more females than he thought are excited about watching Rousey's fight with Carmouche.
"The one thing that we're noticing is how many women are talking about this fight," White said. "It's crazy how many women are talking about this fight. We're hearing in Las Vegas that all the women are saying all their friends are watching it. This thing is bigger than I thought."
White did not make mention of which fighters he plans to add, but Leslie Smith, Sarah Kaufman and Shayna Baszler are likely next in line for a spot in the top MMA promotion in the world.
The winner of the Ronda Rousey vs Liz Carmouche fight at UFC 157 will likely fight Sara McMann, Cat Zingano, Alexis Davis or Miesha Tate, but nothing is official.