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On July 28, Invicta Fighting Championships stages its second all-female fight card from Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kan. A bantamweight clash between submission specialist Shayna "The Queen of Spades" Baszler and Olympic wrestling silver medalist Sara McMann headlines the promotion's sophomore effort. In our latest installment of the Women's MMA Report, MMAjunkie.com's Robert Sargent breaks down the card while delivering other news and notes from the world of women's MMA. read news >>

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Invicta Fighting Championships is set to crown its second champion on Jan. 5 with 115-pounders Claudia "Claudinha" Gadelha vs. Carla "Cookie Monster" Esparza. Additionally, Japan's Jewels promotion will feature a title fight three weeks prior with strawweight champion Ayaka Hamasaki vs. Emi "Kamikaze Angel" Fujino. In our latest Women's MMA Report, MMAjunkie.com's Robert Sargent looks at both cards and discusses other news and notes from the world's top female fighters. read news >>

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This past Saturday night, Invicta Fighting Championships showcased its third and most successful event to date at Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kan. In the Invicta FC 3 headliner, Jessica Penne became the promotion's first atomweight champion by submitting previously unbeaten Jewels titleholder Naho "Sugi Rock" Sugiyama. In the latest installment of the Women's MMA Report, MMAjunkie.com's Robert Sargent breaks down the event and also recaps some recent Bellator and XFC results. read news >>

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In 12 days, Invicta Fighting Championships will crown its first champion when Jessica Penne faces off against Naho "Sugi Rock" Sugiyama. The women's bantamweight division has received a considerable amount of attention due to "Rowdy" Ronda Rousey, but Invicta FC has opted to put the spotlight on the lighter weight classes. In the latest installment of "Women's MMA Report," MMAjunkie.com's Robert Sargent discusses the company's efforts at showcasing the depth of talent in the women's game read news >>

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Invicta Fighting Championships continues to expand, as the all-female promotion announced on Monday that it will partner with the Super Fight League to develop women’s MMA talent in India. read news >>

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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 >>

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Invicta Fighting Championships and Japan-based JEWELS this week announced that the two women’s mixed martial arts promotions have formed a strategic partnership. Retweet this Share on Facebook • Email • S read news >>

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Twenty two of MMA's top female stars and prospects took to the cage on April 28 at Invicta Fighting Championships 1 in Kansas City, Kan. The all-female card featured a pair of "Fight of the Year" candidates, as well as the return of former Strikeforce women's bantamweight champion Marloes "Rumina" Coenen. Led by former Strikeforce executive Shannon Knapp and business partner Janet Martin, Invicta FC received a considerable amount of media attention. According to the promotion, the even read news >>

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This Saturday in Kansas City, Kan., Invicta Fighting Championships begins its quest to provide female MMA fighters with a "cage of their own." The promotion's first all-female card is headlined by a featherweight rematch between former Strikeforce champion Marloes "Rumina" Coenen and French standout Romy Ruyssen. In our latest Women's MMA Report, MMAjunkie.com's Robert Sargent previews the show while recapping some recent female fights, including Jessica Eye vs. Anita Rodriguez at Bell read news >>

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Invicta Fighting Championships, a new all-female MMA promotion led by former Strikeforce matchmaker and talent relations manager Shannon Knapp, announced its first event this past week. The debut Invicta FC card features matchups in each of the five major women's divisions with a headlining rematch between Marloes "Rumina" Coenen and France's Romy Ruyssen. In another super-sized installment of the Women's MMA Report, MMAjunkie.com's Robert Sargent discusses that event and all the lates read news >>

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A new champ at Invicta FC, the conclusion of the first all-female season of “The Ultimate Fighter,” and a big UFC 181 fight? All that in more in our latest Women’s MMA Report.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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MMA Fighting has Invicta FC 10 results for the Waterson vs. Tiburcio fight card Friday night.In the main event, Michelle Waterson will defend her Invicta FC flyweight title against Herica Tiburcio.Check out the Invicta FC 10 results below.Main card (UFC Fight Pass at 9 p.m. ET)Michelle Waterson vs. Herica Tiburcio Cindy Dandois vs. Tonya EvingerAndrea K. Lee vs. Roxanne ModafferiDeAnna Bennett vs. Jennifer MaiaPeggy Morgan vs. Andria WawroAlexa Grasso vs. Alida GrayCassie Robb vs. Jinh Yu FreyEv read news >>

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MMA Fighting has Invicta FC 8 results for the Waterson vs. Tamada event at the Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Mo.In the main event, Michelle Waterson will defend her atomweight title against Yasuko Tamada. Stephanie Eggink and Katja Kankaanpaa will square off for the strawweight title in the co-main event.Check out the Invicta FC 8 results below.Main card (UFC Fight Pass at 8 p.m. ET)Michelle Waterson vs. Yasuko TamadaKatja Kankaanpaa vs. Stephanie EgginkEdiane Gomez vs. Tonya EvingerTara read news >>

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MMA Fighting has the Invicta FC 8 fight card for the Waterson vs. Tamada event Sept. 6 at the Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Miss.In the main event, Michelle Waterson will defend her atomweight title against Yasuko Tamada. Stephanie Eggink and Katja Kankaanpaa will compete for the vacant strawweight title in the co-main event.Check out the Invicta FC 8 fight card below.Event (UFC Fight Pass at 8 p.m. ET)Michelle Waterson vs. Yasuko TamadaKatja Kankaanpaa vs. Stephanie EgginkEdiane Gomez vs read news >>

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