KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The "Karate Hottie" keeps shaking off the rust and finding a way.
Following a back-and-forth 15 minutes of action in just her second fight since April 2010, Michelle Waterson earned a split-decision win over a very game Lacey Schuckman in atomweight action.
The bout was part of the main card of Invicta FC 3, which took place Saturday at Kansas City, Kan.'s Memorial Hall.
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As expected, a 105-pound women's title fight headlines Invicta Fighting Championships' third event.
The promotion today announced that Jessica Penne and Naho Sugiyama will vie for the promotion's inaugural atomweight championship in Invicta FC 3's main event.
"Invicta FC 3: Penne vs. Sugiyama" takes place Oct. 6 at Memorial Hall
in Kansas City, Kan. Broadcast plans for the event, which features a
total of 13 bouts, haven't been announced. Tickets for the event go on sale soon.
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Watch the highlights of the Invicta FC 6 fight night bonus award winners Jessica Penne, Leslie Smith, Jennifer Maia and Miriam Nakamoto. read news >>
Although she lost her Invicta FC atomweight championship in her last fight, Jessica Penne isn't focused on a return title. She's going to have fun and take the fight to Nicdali Rivera-Calanoc. read news >>
Check out all of the fight vides from last night's Invicta FC 3 event including the main event between Jessica Penne and Naho Sugiyama and the Fight of the Night with Michelle Waterson vs. Lacey Schuckman. read news >>
Jessica Penne is Invicta Fighting Championships' first-ever title holder.
The two-time Bellator Fighting Championships veteran claimed Invicta
gold in the 105-pound atomweight division with a second-round stoppage
of previously undefeated and top-ranked Japanese import Naho "Sugi Rock"
The bout served as the headliner of Saturday's Invicta FC 3 event, which took place at Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kan.
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Michelle "Karate Hottie" Waterson is back at Invicta FC 3 for her second fight since becoming a mother and she's determined to prove that she's better than ever. read news >>
Former Invicta FC atomweight champion Jessica Penne moved up a weight class for The Ultimate Fighter 20 and believes she has an advantage heading into the reality show. read news >>
Former Invicta FC atomweight champion Jessica Penne couldn’t pass up the chance to compete on The Ultimate Fighter 20, even if it meant going up a weight class. read news >>
ATLANTIC CITY – Onetime Invicta FC title challenger Leslie Smith picked up her first UFC win by crowding the long and lanky Jessamyn Duke.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
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After nine months off, Invicta Fighting Championships will return in September with its debut on the UFC’s Fight Pass digital network.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>