The second ever Invicta FC event goes down on Saturday night with Olympic silver medalist Sara McMann looking to keep her undefeated record in tact as she faces veteran fighter Shayna Baszler.

The weigh ins for the event took place on Friday in Kansas City with both main event fighters making weight, while a couple of the undercard fighters needed more time to try to get on point.

Here are the full weigh-in results for Invicta FC 2:

MAIN EVENT:

Shayna Baszler (133.6) vs Sara McMann (135.4)

Hitomi Akano (135.8) vs Alexis Davis (134.0)
Kaitlin Young (135.0) vs Liz Carmouche (135.0)
Lacey Schuckman (115.4) vs Ayaka Hamasaki (114.6)
Raquel Pa’aluhi (134.4) vs Amanda Nunes (135.4)
Vanessa Porto (133.6) vs Sarah D’Alelio (136.0)*
Bethany Marshall (124.0) vs Barb Honchak (124.2)
Elina Nilsson (144.6) vs Julia Budd (145.2)
Carla Esparza (115.2) vs Sarah Schneider (116.0)
Nicdali Rivera-Calanoc (105.2) vs Angelica Chavez (105.4)
Sarah Moras (134.8) vs Raquel Pennington (134.4)
Jessamyn Duke (135.0) vs Suzie Montero (136.0)
Cheryl Chan (124.2) vs Jocelyn Lybarger (124.8)
Jessica Philippus (107.2)* vs Liz McCarthy (104.2)*

* – Invicta FC officials confirmed to MMAWeekly.com that Sarah D’Alelio did make 136lbs on her second try. Jessica Phillipus could not make weight and will forfeit 25-percent of her purse.

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