Amanda "Lady Killer" Bell makes her pro debut at Invicta FC 4, but her expectations are high. After a 5-1 amateur career, she plans to steal the show in her fight with Tamikka Brents. read news >>
After a disappointing pro debut, Amanda Bell looks to rebound at Saturday's Battle for the Border 2, and then hopes to parlay that into a return trip to Invicta FC. read news >>
Invicta Fighting Championships has bolstered its 125-pound roster, as it announced the signing of 19-year-old flyweight Aspen Ladd on Friday. read news >>
No one ever wants to lose a job, but for Invicta FC 9’s Amanda Bell, her recent split from her longtime employer has produced only positive results. Filed under: News read news >>
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KANSAS CITY, Kan. - To anyone watching, it sure didn't look like a professional debut.
Former amateur strawweight star Tecia Torres looked like a seasoned veteran as she dominated another former amateur standout in Kaiyana Rain for the better part of three rounds on her way to a unanimous-decision win.
The bout was part of the preliminary card of Invicta FC 3, which took place Saturday at Kansas City, Kan.'s Memorial Hall.
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This past Saturday, Invicta Fighting Championships showcased its second all-female card from Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kan.
In the night's main attraction, 2004 Olympic silver medalist Sara McMann narrowly edged submission specialist Shayna "The Queen of Spades" Baszler in an action-packed bantamweight matchup.
In our latest edition of Women's MMA Report, MMAjunkie.com's Robert Sargent recaps the event, looks ahead to Invicta's third show, and discusses the latest news and notes from read news >>
Leading up to his promotion's mainland China debut, ONE FC CEO Victor Cui spoke exclusively to MMAWeekly.com about his ambitious plans for China. read news >>
Invicta FC featherweight champ Cris “Cyborg” Justino is giving up on plans to drop to 135 pounds to get a fight with UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey. read news >>
Cris Cyborg would have been making her bantamweight debut at Invicta FC 10 on Friday, but an ankle injury forced her off the Dec. 5 card. For her next bout, she will be competing at 145 pounds. Cyborg became the first Invicta FC featherweight champion with a fourth-round TKO victory over Marloes Coenen in July 13, 2013, and has yet to defend her title. "I haven’t fought in a long time. With this injury, I believe the best option now will be fight in my division," Cyborg told MMAFighting.com. "I read news >>
Invicta FC's third show on UFC Fight Pass is down a bout. Promising Mexican bantamweight Irene Aldana is out of her Invicta FC 10 fight Friday night with Marion Reneau in Houston due to a severe case of bronchitis that required hospitalization, Invicta announced Monday. The bout will be rescheduled on a card in early 2015. Aldana (4-1) is coming off an impressive, first-round submission win over Peggy Morgan at Invicta FC 8 in September. Her lone career loss came to current UFC women's bantamwei read news >>
Kirstie Gannaway isn’t making her own life easy ahead of her pro MMA debut. That’s just the way she wants it. Filed under: News read news >>
Once upon a time, not too long ago, Joe Schilling was thought to be more style than substance -- a flash in the pan, and nothing more. There was a groundswell of hype surrounding the American in the muay Thai community going into 2012, and Lion Fight was promoting him as the face of their organization. read news >>
Cristiane Justino will not make her bantamweight debut in December as originally anticipated. read news >>
Laura Sanko and the ladies of Women's MMA Roundup break down the main card of Invicta FC 9! read news >>