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 >>
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 >>
Starting in January, Legacy Fighting Championship will take a shot at pro kickboxing.Filed under: AXS TV Fights, News read news >>
Invicta FC President Shannon Knapp was on The SnP Show on NBC Sports radio 890, talking with Syndee and Poetrynmotion about the upcoming Invicta FC8 card which read news >>
It has seemed like an eternity, but Invicta is back and better than ever. Now equipped with a deal on UFC Fight Pass, the ladies of Invicta are set to bring their brand of fighting to a wider fanbase. The card is headlined by two title fights. Michelle Waterson defends her atomweight strap against Yasuko Tamada in the headlining bout, while Stephanie Eggink and Katja Kankaanpaa fight for the vacant strawweight title. There are 10 bouts on the card. Here is a preview and prediction for them all.B read news >>
In addition, Invicta FC President Shannon Knapp believes the Brazilian makes a better opponent for Ronda Rousey than coveted free agent Gina Carano. Former Strikeforce featherweight champion Cristiane Justino is expected to make her bantamweight debut for Invicta Fighting Championship (Invicta FC), the all-female mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion where she currently rules the 145-pound roost, at the Invicta 10 Fight Pass event in December. "Everything seems to be on schedule," Knapp told Sherdo read news >>
Marina Shafir’s plans for a dominant run at 145 pounds and helping to launch a new women’s featherweight division in the UFC took a hit on Sunday night.Filed under: News, Videos read news >>
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UFC and Invicta FC promotional brass held a special conference call Thursday to discuss the promotion's future, but one of the most interesting notes was the confirmation that Cristiane "Cyborg" Justino was in the process of moving down to 135 pounds. Invicta FC President Shannon Knapp opened up on that statement shortly after in an interview with MMAJunkie.com's Steven Marrocco, stating the promotion was targeting a bantamweight fight for Cyborg in December at Invicta FC 10. While Knapp wouldn' read news >>
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In what could be a precursor to a potential move to the UFC, Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino is planning to drop from featherweight to bantamweight for the first time this December. Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>