Undefeated Japanese star Naho Sugiyama makes her first trip to America to try and lay claim to Invicta FC's first title belt. read news >>
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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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Invicta FC crowned their first ever champion on Saturday night as Jessica Penne submitted Naho Sugiyama to cap off a night of women's fights in Kansas City. read news >>
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Invicta Fighting Championships’ third event will be headlined by an atomweight title confrontation. read news >>
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The landscape of women's MMA has flipped upside down in the last year
since Marloes Coenen lost her bantamweight title to Miesha Tate at a
Strikeforce show in Illinois.
After a dispute between her Golden Glory team and Strikeforce officials,
Coenen was cut from the top women's promotion. Tate relinquished the
title in her first defense to rising
MMA star Ronda Rousey, in arguably the biggest female bout ever in
But sitting somewhat in the shadows was Coenen, waiting for the ri read news >>
A flyweight title bout between Barb Honchak and Takayo Hashi will top the Invicta Fighting Championships 9 lineup. read news >>
Invicta FC has officially announced the headlining acts for their upcoming fight cards in November and December. The dates, venues, and headlining acts of Invicta FC's forthcoming fight cards in 2014 were announced on UFC.com Monday morning. Flyweight champion Barb Honchak will defend her title at Invica FC 9, while Cristiane ‘Cyborg' Justino will make her bantamweight debut at Invicta FC 10 in December. Invicta FC 9 is scheduled to take place Nov. 1st at the River Center in Davenport, Iowa, whi read news >>
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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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 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 >>