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Take a detailed behind-the-scenes look before, during, and after the recent Invicta FC 8 main event bout between atomweight champion Michelle Waterson and challenger Yasuko Tamada. read news >>

  • 10 days ago
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A highly entertaining main card came to an unfortunate close as the Invicta FC 8 stream on UFC Fight Pass dumped out with a little more than one minute left in the main event between Michelle Waterson and Yasuko Tamada. The "Karate Hottie" would go on to win by technical knockout to retain her atomweight title. In addition, Katja Kankaanpaa submitted Stephanie Eggink to become the new strawweight champion. Invicta Fighting Championship (Invicta FC) returned to Kansas City, Mo., on Saturday night read news >>

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Michelle Waterson vowed to become the first to stop Yasuko Tamada, and in her first Invicta FC atomweight title defense, she lived up to the promise with a third-round TKO win.Filed under: News read news >>

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She may have not fought since April of 2013, but Michelle Waterson showed no signs of ring rust as she bludgeoned Yasuko Tamada in a one-sided affair to retain read news >>

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Michelle Waterson’s grip on the Invicta Fighting Championship atomweight throne grew stronger at the expense of Yasuko Tamada. read news >>

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Michelle Waterson cemented her position as the atomweight champion, while Katja Kankaanpaa won the vacant strawweight belt at Invicta FC 8 on Saturday night. read news >>

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She may have not fought since April of 2013, but Michelle Waterson showed no signs of ring rust as she bludgeoned Yasuko Tamada in a one-sided affair to retain her atomweight title at Invica FC 8 on Saturday night. The event took place at the Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Missouril. Waterson opened the fight with a punishing set of strikes, both at range with cracking body kicks and crushing knees from the clinch. Tamada survived the attacks, but was being dismantled with virtually everyt read news >>

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Michelle Waterson retained her atomweight title with a victory over Yasuko Tamada, while Katja Kankaanpaa won the vacant strawweight strap with a submission victory over Stephanie Eggink. Invicta FC put on their first show in over nine months on Saturday night - an event that also marked their first ever fight card on the UFC's Fight Pass network. It was an entertaining night of fights that featured a variety of high quality bouts from the women's divisions that do not get the same shine that th read news >>

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Invicta FC is back in action on Saturday for their eighth card, on which Michelle Waterson defends her atomweight title for the first time against No. 5-ranked Yasuko Tamada. Tamada is making her Invicta debut. To earn the title shot, she has won three straight fights. Tamada has spent her entire career in Japan in famed women's fighting organizations such as JEWELS. Her career 15-8-3 record may not be that impressive, but she has fought top competition in the past, including Naho Sugiyama. Wate read news >>

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The date was September 28, 2012. The opponent was Munah Holland. The result, a unanimous-decision victory for Michelle Ould, a top flyweight in the world. That was the last time Ould stepped in the cage. Nearly two years later, Ould is back, rearing to get back into the cage. It is a layoff that has the entertaining and outspoken fighter anxious and ready to go. "It makes me anxious," Ould told Bleacher Report in an exclusive interview. "It's been hard to stay motivated but I've been through wor read news >>

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