Shayna Baszler and Sara McMann made weight Friday ahead of their Invicta FC 2 headliner, tipping the scales at 135.4 and 133.6 pounds, respectively.

The second effort from the all-female promotion goes down Saturday at Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kan., and streams live on InvictaFC.com. Co-main event competitors Alexis Davis (134) and Hitomi Akano (135.8) were also cleared for their bantamweight bout.

Former Strikeforce title challenger Liz Carmouche (135) will compete on the card, as will hard-hitting Brazilian prospect Amanda Nunes (135.4); the pair square off with Kaitlin Young (135) and Raquel Pa’aluhi (134.4), respectively.

Additionally, reigning Jewels 115-pound champ Ayaka Hamasaki (114.6) will toe the line against Lacey Schuckman (115.4), while onetime Strikeforce talent Sarah D'Alelio (136.2)* meets Vanessa Porto (133.6). The eight-fight main card will also see Barb Honchak (124.2) face Bethany Marshall (124) and Julia Budd (145.2) take on Elina Nilsson (144.6).

Invicta FC 2 Weigh-in Results

Shayna Baszler (133.6) vs. Sara McMann (135.4)
Alexis Davis (134) vs. Hitomi Akano (135.8)
Liz Carmouche (135) vs. Kaitlin Young (135)
Ayaka Hamasaki (114.6) vs. Lacey Schuckman (115.4)
Amanda Nunes (135.4) vs. Raquel Pa'aluhi (134.4)
Sarah D'Alelio (136.2)* vs. Vanessa Porto (133.6)
Barb Honchak (124.2) vs. Bethany Marshall (124)
Julia Budd (145.2) vs. Elina Nilsson (144.6)
Sarah Schneider (116) vs. Carla Esparza (115.2)
Angelica Chavez (105.4) vs. Nicdali Rivera-Calanoc (105.2)
Sarah Moras (134.8) vs. Raquel Pennington (134.4)
Jessamyn Duke (135) vs. Suzie Montero (136)
Jocelyn Lybarger (124.8) vs. Cheryl Chan (124.2)
Jessica Philippus (107.2)* vs. Liz McCarthy (104.2)

* Philippus was fined 25 percent of her purse, while D'Alelio was fined 10 percent.

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