List of Invicta FC events

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This is a list of events that Invicta Fighting Championships have held since their inaugural event, Invicta FC 1: Coenen vs. Ruyssen. The promotion has held 30 events as of May 2018.[1]

Contents

Invicta FC 32: Spencer vs. Sorenson[edit]

Invicta FC 32: Spencer vs. Sorenson
Information
Date November 16, 2018
Venue Firelake Arena
City Shawnee, Oklahoma
Event chronology

Invicta FC 31: Jandiroba vs. Morandin Invicta FC 32: Spencer vs. Sorenson

Invicta FC 32: Spencer vs. Sorenson is an upcoming mixed martial arts event to be headlined by Felicia Spencer vs. Pam Sorenson for the vacant Invicta FC Featherweight Championship.[2] The event will also feature the Invicta return of Kaitlin Young, who had been working as a matchmaker for the company.[3] Erin Blanchfield was originally scheduled to fight Luanna Alzuguir but Alzuguir's MMA debut was delayed so she was replaced by Kay Hansen, who called out Blanchfield after her victory at Invicta FC 31.

Card[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Featherweight Felicia Spencer vs. Pam Sorenson [a]
Strawweight Mizuki Inoue vs. Heather Jo Clark
Atomweight Ashley Cummins vs. Jessica Delboni
Featherweight Kaitlin Young vs. Zarah Fairn Dos Santos
Bantamweight Alexa Conners vs. Julia Avila
Flyweight Erin Blanchfield vs. Kay Hansen
Flyweight Stephanie Geltmacher vs. Liz Tracy
Strawweight Isis Verbeek vs. TBA


Invicta FC 31: Jandiroba vs. Morandin[edit]

Invicta FC 31: Jandiroba vs. Morandin
Information
Date September 1, 2018
Venue Scottish Rite Temple
City Kansas City, Missouri
Event chronology

Invicta FC 30: Frey vs. Grusander Invicta FC 31: Jandiroba vs. Morandin Invicta FC 32: Spencer vs. Sorenson

Invicta FC 31: Jandiroba vs. Morandin was a mixed martial arts event to be headlined by Virna Jandiroba defending her strawweight championship against Janaisa Morandin.[4] The bout was originally scheduled to headline Invicta 28 before Morandin pulled out due to injury.[5] Shanna Young was scheduled to fight Raquel Pa'aluhi,[6] but Pa'aluhi pulled out and was replaced by Lisa Spangler.[7]

An additional fight between debuting fighters Chantel Coates and Ashlynn Kleinbeck was scheduled as a bonus fight to air on Facebook Live[8] but was cancelled after Kleinbeck had to have her appendix removed. As a result, the first fight of the night aired on both UFC Fight Pass and Facebook Live.[9]

At the weigh-ins, Mallory Martin weighed in at 117 pounds, 1 pounds over the strawweight non-title fight limit of 116 pounds. Her bout against Ashley Nichols was contested at catchweight and she forfeited 25 percent of her purse.[10]

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Strawweight Virna Jandiroba (c) def. Janaisa Morandin Submission (arm-triangle choke) 2 2:23 [a]
Flyweight Pearl Gonzalez def. Daiane Firmino Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-27) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Lisa Spangler def. Shanna Young Decision (split) (28-29, 30-27, 29-28) 3 5:00
Catchweight (117 lbs) Mallory Martin def. Ashley Nichols TKO (elbows) 3 1:05
Flyweight Miranda Maverick def. Victoria Leonardo Submission (armbar) 1 3:26
Atomweight Kelly D'Angelo def. Lindsey VanZandt Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) 3 5:00
Strawweight Kay Hansen def. Helen Peralta TKO (elbows) 3 4:16
Featherweight Holli Salazar vs. Audrey Drew Draw (unanimous) (28-28, 28-28, 28-28) 3 5:00 [b]
  1. ^ For the Invicta FC Strawweight Championship
  2. ^ Drew was deducted a point due to a headbutt.


Invicta FC 30: Frey vs. Grusander[edit]

Invicta FC 30: Frey vs. Grusander
Information
Date July 21, 2018
Venue Scottish Rite Temple
City Kansas City, Missouri
Event chronology

Invicta FC 29: Kaufman vs. Lehner Invicta FC 30: Frey vs. Grusander Invicta FC 31: Jandiroba vs. Morandin

Invicta FC 30: Frey vs. Grusander was a mixed martial arts event to be headlined by Jinh Yu Frey vs. Minna Grusander fighting for the vacant atomweight championship. Alesha Zappitella was scheduled to fight Shino VanHoose but VanHoose pulled out due to injury and was replaced by Jillian DeCoursey. Kerri Kenneson was set to fight Alexa Conners but Conners pulled out due to injury. Stephanie Geltmacher, who had her Bellator fight cancelled on July 12, stepped in to replace Conners.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Atomweight Jinh Yu Frey def. Minna Grusander Decision (unanimous) (49-46, 48-47, 48-47) 5 5:00 [a]
Featherweight Felicia Spencer def. Helena Kolesnyk Submission (rear-naked choke) 2 1:47
Strawweight Heather Jo Clark def. Kinberly Novaes Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Flyweight Brogan Walker-Sanchez def. Miranda Maverick Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Stephanie Geltmacher def. Kerri Kenneson TKO (elbows) 1 3:32
Atomweight Alesha Zappitella def. Jillian Decoursey Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Atomweight Alyse Anderson def. Stephanie Alba Technical Submission (triangle choke) 2 3:12
Flyweight Erin Blanchfield def. Brittney Cloudy Decision (split) (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) 3 5:00


Invicta FC 29: Kaufman vs. Lehner[edit]

Invicta FC 29: Kaufman vs. Lehner
Information
Date May 4, 2018
Venue Scottish Rite Temple
City Kansas City, Missouri
Event chronology

Invicta FC 28: Mizuki vs. Jandiroba Invicta FC 29: Kaufman vs. Lehner Invicta FC 30: Frey vs. Grusander

Invicta FC 29: Kaufman vs. Lehner was a mixed martial arts event headlined by Sarah Kaufman vs. Katharina Lehner fighting for the vacant bantamweight championship. Lisa Spangler was set to fight Yaya Rincon but the week of the event, Rincon pulled out of the bout and was replaced by Sarah Kleczka. 19 year old Croatian prospect Adriana Vukovic was scheduled to make her debut at this event but an opponent was not found for her, pushing her debut back to a future event.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Bantamweight Sarah Kaufman def. Katharina Lehner Submission (rear-naked choke) 3 4:30 [a]
Catchweight (139.6 lbs) Pannie Kianzad def. Bianca Daimoni Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Catchweight (126.3 lbs) Pearl Gonzalez def. Barbara Acioly Submission (armbar) 1 1:30
Bantamweight Marciea Allen def. Julia Avila TKO (injury) 1 0:49
Flyweight Liz Tracy def. Cheri Muraski Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Lisa Spangler def. Sarah Kleczka Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Featherweight Macy Chiasson def. Allison Schmidt Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Strawweight Helen Peralta def. Cheyanne Vlismas Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[11]

  • Fight of the Night: Sarah Kaufman vs. Katharina Lehner
  • Performance of the Night: Pearl Gonzalez and Pannie Kianzad

Invicta FC 28: Mizuki vs. Jandiroba[edit]

Invicta FC 28: Mizuki vs. Jandiroba
Information
Date March 24, 2018
Venue Union Event Center
City Salt Lake City, Utah
Event chronology

Invicta FC 27: Kaufman vs. Kianzad Invicta FC 28: Mizuki vs. Jandiroba Invicta FC 29: Kaufman vs. Lehner

Invicta FC 28: Mizuki vs. Jandiroba was a mixed martial arts event headlined by Mizuki Inoue vs. Virna Jandiroba fighting for the vacant strawweight championship. The event was originally scheduled to feature Virna Jandiroba vs. Janaisa Morandin for the title but Morandin pulled out of the fight on March 2. Mizuki was initially set to face Milana Dudieva before stepping in to replace Morandin in the main event. As a result, Dudieva was matched against Christina Marks.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Strawweight Virna Jandiroba def. Mizuki Inoue Decision (split) (49-46, 46-49, 49-46) 5 5:00 [a]
Catchweight (127.9 lbs) DeAnna Bennett def. Karina Rodríguez Decision (split) (30-27, 27-30, 30-27) 3 5:00
Flyweight Milana Dudieva def. Christina Marks TKO (punches) 2 3:57
Strawweight Pearl Gonzalez def. Kali Robbins Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-26, 30-27) 3 5:00
Atomweight Minna Grusander def. Fernanda Barros TKO (punches) 2 4:26
Strawweight Kalyn Schwartz def. Kay Hansen TKO (punches) 2 4:27
Bantamweight Kerri Kenneson def. Chelsea Chandler Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Atomweight Jillian Decoursey def. Rebekah Levine Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Flyweight Tracy Cortez def. Kaytlin Neil Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00


Invicta FC 27: Kaufman vs. Kianzad[edit]

Invicta FC 27: Kaufman vs. Kianzad
Information
Date January 13, 2018
Venue Scottish Rite Temple
City Kansas City, Missouri
Event chronology

Invicta FC 26: Porto vs. Niedzwiedz Invicta FC 27: Kaufman vs. Kianzad Invicta FC 28: Mizuki vs. Jandiroba

Invicta FC 27: Kaufman vs. Kianzad was a mixed martial arts event headlined by veteran Sarah Kaufman returning to Invicta against Pannie Kianzad. On December 6, Invicta announced Kaufman had been signed to return for a headline bout. A strawweight bout between Mallory Martin and Tiffany Masters was made after being originally scheduled for Invicta FC 24.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Catchweight (136.7 lbs) Sarah Kaufman def. Pannie Kianzad Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Flyweight Vanessa Porto def. Mariana Morais Submission (rear-naked choke) 1 4:19
Strawweight Sharon Jacobson def. Ashley Nichols Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Atomweight Ashley Cummins def. Stephanie Alba Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Flyweight Brogan Walker-Sanchez def. Cheri Muraski Decision (split) (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) 3 5:00
Featherweight Felicia Spencer def. Akeela Al-Hameed Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Catchweight (117.4 lbs) Mallory Martin def. Tiffany Masters TKO (punches) 2 3:36
Atomweight Loma Lookboonmee def. Melissa Wang Decision (unanimous) (29-27, 29-26, 29-26) 3 5:00 [a]
Strawweight Helen Peralta def. Jade Ripley TKO (punches) 1 2:22
  1. ^ Lookboonmee was deducted a point for illegal knees.


Invicta FC 26: Maia vs. Niedwiedz[edit]

Invicta FC 26: Maia vs. Niedwiedz
Information
Date December 8, 2017
Venue Scottish Rite Temple
City Kansas City, Missouri
Event chronology

Invicta FC 25: Kunitskaya vs. Pa'aluhi Invicta FC 26: Maia vs. Niedwiedz Invicta FC 27: Kaufman vs. Kianzad

Invicta FC 26: Maia vs. Niedwiedz was a mixed martial arts event headlined by Jennifer Maia defending her flyweight championship against top contender Agnieszka Niedzwiedz. Vanessa Porto was scheduled to fight Jessica-Rose Clark, but Clark accepted a fight with the UFC and was replaced by Milana Dudieva. On November 13, Invicta announced the signing of the undefeated Mackenzie Dern to debut against Kaline Medeiros. Janaisa Morandin was scheduled to fight Mizuki Inoue, but Mizuki pulled out of the fight on November 27 and was replaced by Kinberly Novaes

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Flyweight Jennifer Maia (c) def. Agnieszka Niedźwiedź Decision (unanimous) (49-46, 49-46, 49-46) 5 5:00 [a]
Strawweight Mackenzie Dern def. Kaline Medeiros Submission (armbar) 3 4:45
Catchweight (121.6 lbs) Janaisa Morandin def. Kinberly Novaes Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Catchweight (127.6 lbs) Vanessa Porto def. Milana Dudieva TKO (punch to the body) 3 3:02
Catchweight (117.6 lbs) Virna Jandiroba def. Amy Montenegro Submission (armbar) 1 2:50
Catchweight (106.3 lbs) Amber Brown def. Tessa Simpson Submission (armbar) 1 0:50
Flyweight Karina Rodríguez def. Christine Ferea Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Strawweight Kay Hansen def. Emilee Prince Submission (armbar) 1 1:23


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[12]

  • Fight of the Night: Not awarded
  • Performance of the Night: Jennifer Maia, Mackenzie Dern, Janaisa Morandin, and Virna Jandiroba

Invicta FC 25: Kunitskaya vs. Pa'aluhi[edit]

Invicta FC 25: Kunitskaya vs. Pa'aluhi
Information
Date August 31, 2017
Venue Tachi Palace
City Lemoore, California
Event chronology

Invicta FC 24: Dudieva vs. Borella Invicta FC 25: Kunitskaya vs. Pa'aluhi Invicta FC 26: Maia vs. Niedwiedz

Invicta FC 25: Kunitskaya vs. Pa'aluhi was a mixed martial arts event headlined by a fight between Yana Kunitskaya and Raquel Pa'aluhi for the vacated bantamweight championship. The co-main event was originally scheduled to be Lívia Renata Souza facing Jodie Esquibel for the vacated strawweight championship but Esquibel pulled out due to injury. Esquibel was replaced by Janaisa Morandin and the fight was then changed to a non-title bout. Amberlynn Orr was set to face Kelly McGill-Velasco but Kelly accepted a fight with the UFC and was replaced by newcomer Sarah Kleczka. Yaya Rincón was set to face Stephanie Egger but Egger withdrew and was replaced by Courtney King.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Bantamweight Yana Kunitskaya def. Raquel Pa'aluhi Decision (unanimous) (50-45, 50-45, 50-45) 5 5:00 [a]
Strawweight Lívia Renata Souza def. Janaisa Morandin Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Catchweight (140.5 lbs) Katharina Lehner def. Alexa Conners TKO (punches) 1 4:21
Catchweight (117.4 lbs) Kali Robbins def. Sharon Jacobson Submission (armbar) 1 0:42
Atomweight Shino VanHoose def. Alyse Anderson Decision (split) (28-29, 30-27, 29-28) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Sarah Kleczka def. Amberlynn Orr Decision (split) (28-29, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Featherweight Yaya Rincón def. Courtney King TKO (punches) 2 3:41
Flyweight Cheri Muraski def. Tracy Cortez Submission (guillotine choke) 2 2:42
Atomweight Jillian Decoursey def. Ashley Medina Decision (split) (28-29, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[13]

  • Fight of the Night: Lívia Renata Souza vs. Janaisa Morandin
  • Performance of the Night: Yana Kunitskaya and Yaya Rincón

Invicta FC 24: Dudieva vs. Borella[edit]

Invicta FC 24: Dudieva vs. Borella
Information
Date July 15, 2017
Venue Scottish Rite Temple
City Kansas City, Missouri
Event chronology

Invicta FC 23: Porto vs. Niedźwiedź Invicta FC 24: Dudieva vs. Borella Invicta FC 25: Kunitskaya vs. Pa'aluhi

Invicta FC 24: Dudieva vs. Borella was a mixed martial arts event originally scheduled to be headlined by Megan Anderson; defending her featherweight championship against Helena Kolesnyk. However, Megan was signed by the UFC. As a result, Invicta bantamweight champion Tonya Evinger would move up to featherweight to replace Anderson in the fight against Kolesnyk. However, Anderson would end up pulling out of her UFC fight which then led to Evinger stepping in for that fight, removing her from this event. Due to the change, Helena Kolesnyk received a new opponent in Pam Sorenson while the previous co-main event of Milana Dudieva vs. Mara Romero Borella was moved up to become the new main event. A bout between Yana Kunitskaya and Raquel Pa'aluhi was removed with plans to reschedule due to Kunitskaya suffering an injury. The fight between Mallory Martin and Tiffany Masters was cancelled the day before the event due to medical issues.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Flyweight Mara Romero Borella def. Milana Dudieva Decision (split) (30-27, 28-29, 29-28) 3 5:00
Atomweight Jinh Yu Frey def. Ashley Cummins Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) 3 5:00
Catchweight (149.6 lbs) Pam Sorenson def. Helena Kolesnyk Submission (armbar) 1 3:12
Flyweight Karina Rodríguez def. Barbara Acioly TKO (punches) 1 2:14
Strawweight Miranda Maverick def. Gabby Romero Decision (unanimous) (30-26, 29-28, 30-27) 3 5:00
Strawweight Sunna Davíðsdóttir def. Kelly D'Angelo Decision (unanimous) (30-26, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Catchweight (149.5 lbs) Felicia Spencer def. Amy Coleman Submission (rear-naked choke) 1 3:17


Invicta FC 23: Porto vs. Niedźwiedź[edit]

Invicta FC 23: Porto vs. Niedźwiedź
Information
Date May 20, 2017
Venue Scottish Rite Temple
City Kansas City, Missouri
Event chronology

Invicta FC 22: Evinger vs. Kunitskaya II Invicta FC 23: Porto vs. Niedźwiedź Invicta FC 24: Dudieva vs. Borella

Invicta FC 23: Porto vs. Niedźwiedź was the third women's mixed martial event held by Invicta FC in 2017 and is scheduled to be headlined by a flyweight bout between Vanessa Porto and Agnieszka Niedźwiedź

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Flyweight Agnieszka Niedźwiedź def. Vanessa Porto Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Flyweight Roxanne Modafferi def. Sarah D'Alelio TKO (elbows) 3 1:37
Atomweight Herica Tiburcio def. Tessa Simpson Decision (split) (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) 3 5:00
Catchweight (140 lbs)[14] Kelly Faszholz def. Elizabeth Phillips Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Flyweight Andrea Lee def. Liz Tracy Decision (split) (30-27, 28-29, 29-28) 3 5:00
Featherweight Ediane Gomes def. Pam Sorenson Decision (split) (28-29, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Strawweight Tiffany van Soest def. Christine Ferea Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Shaianna Rincon def. Brooksie Bayard Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00


Invicta FC 22: Evinger vs. Kunitskaya II[edit]

Invicta FC 22: Evinger vs. Kunitskaya II
Information
Date March 25, 2017
Venue Scottish Rite Temple
City Kansas City, Missouri
Event chronology

Invicta FC 21: Anderson vs. Tweet Invicta FC 22: Evinger vs. Kunitskaya II Invicta FC 23: Porto vs. Niedzwiedz

Invicta FC 22: Evinger vs. Kunitskaya II was a mixed martial arts event headlined by Tonya Evinger defending her bantamweight championship in a rematch against Yana Kunitskaya. The rematch comes after a controversial finish to their first fight, which headlined Invicta FC 20 and was overturned to a no contest. In the co-main event, Invicta atomweight champion Ayaka Hamasaki will move up to strawweight for a fight against former strawweight champion Lívia Renata Souza. A fight between Jinh Yu Frey and Janaisa Morandin was scheduled but canceled two days before the event when Morandin failed to make weight.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Bantamweight Tonya Evinger (c) def. Yana Kunitskaya Submission (rear-naked choke) 2 4:32 [a]
Strawweight Lívia Renata Souza def. Ayaka Hamasaki TKO (punches) 1 1:41
Catchweight (117.6 lbs) Jodie Esquibel def. DeAnna Bennett Decision (split) (28-29, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Atomweight Ashley Cummins def. Amber Brown Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Strawweight Sunna Davíðsdóttir def. Mallory Martin Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Catchweight (120.5 lbs) Miranda Maverick def. Kal Holliday Submission (armbar) 1 3:01
Featherweight Felicia Spencer def. Madison McElhaney Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) 3 5:00


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[15]

  • Fight of the Night: Sunna Davíðsdóttir vs. Mallory Martin
  • Performance of the Night: Lívia Renata Souza and Ashley Cummins

Invicta FC 21: Anderson vs. Tweet[edit]

Invicta FC 21: Anderson vs. Tweet
Information
Date January 14, 2017
Venue Scottish Rite Temple
City Kansas City, Missouri
Event chronology

Invicta FC 20: Evinger vs. Kunitskaya Invicta FC 21: Anderson vs. Tweet Invicta FC 22: Evinger vs. Kunitskaya II

Invicta FC 21: Anderson vs. Tweet was a mixed martial arts event that will be headlined by a bout between top featherweight contenders Megan Anderson and Charmaine Tweet competing for the interim featherweight championship. The event was scheduled to feature the MMA debut of undefeated professional boxer Heather Hardy against Brieta Carpenter, however Carpenter pulled out due to injury and the fight was removed from the card. A fight between Leah Letson and former UFC fighter Elizabeth Phillips was added instead. DeAnna Bennett was scheduled to fight Jodie Esquibel but pulled out of the fight and was replaced by Kali Robbins. Esquibel was then set to fight Robbins at a catchweight of 120 lbs but Robbins missed weight and the fight was canceled.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Featherweight Megan Anderson def. Charmaine Tweet TKO (punches and head kick) 2 2:05 [a]
Bantamweight Raquel Pa'aluhi def. Pannie Kianzad Submission (rear-naked choke) 1 3:40
Featherweight Leah Letson def. Elizabeth Phillips KO (head kick and punches) 1 1:18
Bantamweight Aspen Ladd def. Sijara Eubanks Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) 3 5:00
Flyweight Andrea Lee def. Jenny Liou KO (punches) 1 1:14
Strawweight Amy Montenegro def. Celine Haga Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Flyweight Christine Ferea def. Rachael Ostovich TKO (punches) 3 1:29


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[16]

  • Fight of the Night: Amy Montenegro vs. Celine Haga ($1,500 each)
  • Performance of the Night: Megan Anderson and Leah Letson ($1,000 each)

Invicta FC 20: Evinger vs. Kunitskaya[edit]

Invicta FC 20: Evinger vs. Kunitskaya
Information
Date November 18, 2016
Venue Scottish Rite Temple
City Kansas City, Missouri
Event chronology

Invicta FC 19: Maia vs. Modafferi Invicta FC 20: Evinger vs. Kunitskaya Invicta FC 21: Anderson vs. Tweet

Invicta FC 20: Evinger vs. Kunitskaya was a mixed martial arts event that was headlined by Invicta FC bantamweight champion Tonya Evinger defending her title against Russian newcomer Yana Kunitskaya. In the co-main event, strawweight champion Angela Hill will defend against Kaline Medeiros. In the controversial main event, Kunitskaya made Evinger submit to an armbar in the first round after the referee forced Evinger to move from a legal position leading to the submission. Evinger appealed the loss two weeks later and the Missouri athletic commission overturned the decision to a no contest.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Bantamweight Yana Kunitskaya vs. Tonya Evinger (c) No Contest (overturned) 1 1:59 [a]
Strawweight Angela Hill (c) def. Kaline Medeiros Decision (unanimous) (50-45, 49-46, 48-47) 5 5:00 [b]
Atomweight Hérica Tibúrcio def. Simona Soukupova Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Catchweight (117 lbs) Ashley Yoder def. Amber Brown Submission (armbar) 2 2:31
Catchweight (140.6 lbs) Pam Sorenson def. Jessica-Rose Clark Decision (split) (30-27, 28-29, 30-27) 3 5:00
Strawweight JJ Aldrich def. Lynn Alvarez Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Alexa Conners def. Stephanie Egger Decision (split) (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) 3 5:00
Catchweight (118.4 lbs) Miranda Maverick def. Samantha Diaz Submission (rear-naked choke) 1 4:26


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[17]

  • Fight of the Night: Not awarded
  • Performance of the Night: Yana Kunitskaya, Hérica Tibúrcio, JJ Aldrich, and Alexa Conners

Invicta FC 19: Maia vs. Modafferi[edit]

Invicta FC 19: Maia vs. Modafferi
Information
Date September 23, 2016
Venue Scottish Rite Temple
City Kansas City, Missouri
Event chronology

Invicta FC 18: Grasso vs. Esquibel Invicta FC 19: Maia vs. Modafferi Invicta FC 20: Evinger vs. Kunitskaya

Invicta FC 19: Maia vs. Modafferi was a mixed martial arts event that was headlined by Jennifer Maia defending her flyweight championship against Roxanne Modafferi. The event's co-main event featured atomweight champion Ayaka Hamasaki defending her title against top contender Jinh Yu Frey.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Flyweight Jennifer Maia (c) def. Roxanne Modafferi Decision (split) (47-48, 48-47, 49-46) 5 5:00 [a]
Atomweight Ayaka Hamasaki (c) def. Jinh Yu Frey TKO (doctor stoppage) 2 4:38 [b]
Catchweight (138.5 lbs) Irene Aldana def. Faith Van Duin TKO (punches) 1 4:57
Strawweight Kaline Medeiros def. Manjit Kolekar Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) 3 5:00
Strawweight Kal Holliday def. Tiffany van Soest Submission (rear-naked choke) 2 2:08
Atomweight Julia Jones def. Stephanie Skinner Submission (rear-naked choke) 1 2:38
Featherweight Amber Leibrock def. Amy Coleman TKO (knees and punches) 1 3:15
Strawweight Sunna Davíðsdóttir def. Ashley Greenway Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[18]

  • Fight of the Night: Jennifer Maia vs. Roxanne Modafferi ($1,500 each)
  • Performance of the Night: Irene Aldana and Julia Jones ($1,000 each)

Invicta FC 18: Grasso vs. Esquibel[edit]

Invicta FC 18: Grasso vs. Esquibel
Information
Date July 29, 2016
Venue Scottish Rite Temple
City Kansas City, Missouri
Event chronology

Invicta FC 17: Evinger vs. Schneider Invicta FC 18: Grasso vs. Esquibel Invicta FC 19: Maia vs. Modafferi

Invicta FC 18: Grasso vs. Esquibel was a mixed martial arts event headlined by a strawweight fight between undefeated Alexa Grasso and Jodie Esquibel. The winner of the main event is expected to receive the next strawweight title shot against champion Angela Hill. The original co-main event was to be Irene Aldana facing undefeated Brazilian fighter Taila Santos to determine who challenges Tonya Evinger next for the bantamweight championship, however VISA issues forced Santos off the card and the fight was removed. Lynn Alvarez was scheduled to fight undefeated Indian fighter Manjit Kolekar but VISA issues forced Kolekar off the card and she was replaced by Mizuki Inoue. Agnieszka Niedzwiedz was scheduled to fight Claudia Rey but Rey was also unable to make the event due to VISA issues and was replaced by Christine Stanley. Aldana, Rey, and Santos are now being scheduled for the next event.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Strawweight Alexa Grasso def. Jodie Esquibel Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-26) 3 5:00 [a]
Catchweight (128.6 lbs)[19] Agnieszka Niedźwiedź def. Christine Stanley Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Strawweight Mizuki Inoue def. Lynn Alvarez Submission (armbar) 2 3:00
Bantamweight Cindy Dandois def. Jessamyn Duke Submission (armbar) 1 1:33
Featherweight Megan Anderson def. Peggy Morgan TKO (punches) 1 4:09
Atomweight Tessa Simpson def. Simona Soukupova Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-28, 29-27) 3 5:00
Catchweight (138.1 lbs) Aspen Ladd def. Jessica Hoy TKO (punches) 2 3:14
Bantamweight Sijara Eubanks def. Amberlynn Orr TKO (punches) 1 4:41


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[20]

  • Fight of the Night: Tessa Simpson vs. Simona Soukupova ($1,500 each)
  • Performance of the Night: Alexa Grasso and Megan Anderson ($1,000 each)

Invicta FC 17: Evinger vs. Schneider[edit]

Invicta FC 17: Evinger vs. Schneider
Information
Date May 7, 2016
Venue OC Fair & Event Center
City Costa Mesa, California
Event chronology

Invicta FC 16: Hamasaki vs. Brown Invicta FC 17: Evinger vs. Schneider Invicta FC 18: Grasso vs. Esquibel

Invicta FC 17: Evinger vs. Schneider was a mixed martial arts event that was headlined by an Invicta FC Bantamweight Championship bout as champion Tonya Evinger defends against Colleen Schneider. The co-main event will feature Livia Renata Souza defending her Invicta FC Strawweight Championship against Angela Hill. Aline Serrio was scheduled to fight Mizuki Inoue but Mizuki was replaced by Kaline Medeiros due to an injury in training. An atomweight bout between newcomers Tessa Simpson and Julia Jones was scheduled but removed from the card on the week of the event.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Bantamweight Tonya Evinger (c) def. Colleen Schneider Decision (unanimous) (49-45, 50-44, 50-44) 5 5:00 [a]
Strawweight Angela Hill def. Livia Renata Souza (c) Decision (split) (48-47, 47-48, 48-47) 5 5:00 [b]
Featherweight Charmaine Tweet def. Latoya Walker KO (spinning back fist and punches) 1 3:41
Strawweight Kaline Medeiros def. Aline Serio TKO (punches) 2 4:04
Featherweight Megan Anderson def. Amanda Bell TKO (head kick and punches) 1 5:00
Flyweight Christine Stanley def. Shannon Sinn Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) 3 5:00
Flyweight Rachael Ostovich def. Ariel Beck Decision (split) (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Laura Howarth def. Alexa Conners Decision (split) (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) 3 5:00


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[21]

  • Fight of the Night: Rachael Ostovich vs. Ariel Beck ($1,500 each)
  • Performance of the Night: Angela Hill and Megan Anderson ($1,000 each)

Invicta FC 16: Hamasaki vs. Brown[edit]

Invicta FC 16: Hamasaki vs. Brown
Information
Date March 11, 2016
Venue Trinidad Pavilion
City Las Vegas, Nevada
Event chronology

Invicta FC 15: Cyborg vs. Ibragimova Invicta FC 16: Hamasaki vs. Brown Invicta FC 17: Evinger vs. Schneider

Invicta FC 16: Hamasaki vs. Brown was a mixed martial arts event that was headlined by an Invicta FC Atomweight Championship bout as champion Ayaka Hamasaki defended against Amber Brown. The co-main event will crown an interim flyweight champion in a fight between Vanessa Porto and Jennifer Maia while reigning champion Barb Honchak takes time off. The event was scheduled to feature the return of Alexa Grasso against Stephanie Eggink, however Grasso broke her hand a week before the event and was replaced by Angela Hill. Amberlynn Orr was set to debut against Kelly McGill but Orr was forced to pull out as well due to an injury and was replaced by Aspen Ladd.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Atomweight Ayaka Hamasaki (c) def. Amber Brown Submission (armbar) 3 2:52 [a]
Flyweight Jennifer Maia def. Vanessa Porto Decision (unanimous) (49-46, 48-47, 48-47) 5 5:00 [b]
Strawweight Angela Hill def. Stephanie Eggink TKO (punches) 2 2:36
Catchweight (136.6 lbs) Irene Aldana def. Jessamyn Duke TKO (punches) 1 3:08
Flyweight Roxanne Modafferi def. DeAnna Bennett Decision (split) (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) 3 5:00
Catchweight (106.9 lbs) Jinh Yu Frey def. Herica Tiburcio Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) 3 5:00
Flyweight Sarah D'Alelio def. Andrea Lee Submission (rear-naked choke) 3 4:21
Bantamweight Aspen Ladd def. Kelly McGill TKO (strikes) 3 1:47
Strawweight Ashley Greenway def. Sarah Click Decision (unanimous) (30-26, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[22]

  • Fight of the Night: Jennifer Maia vs. Vanessa Porto ($1,500 each) and Sarah D’Alelio vs. Andrea Lee ($1,500 each)
  • Performance of the Night: Angela Hill ($1,000 each)

Invicta FC 15: Cyborg vs. Ibragimova[edit]

Invicta FC 15: Cyborg vs. Ibragimova
Information
Date January 16, 2016
Venue OC Fair & Event Center
City Costa Mesa, California
Event chronology

Invicta FC 14: Evinger vs. Kianzad Invicta FC 15: Cyborg vs. Ibragimova Invicta FC 16: Hamasaki vs. Brown

Invicta FC 15: Cyborg vs. Ibragimova was a mixed martial arts event that was headlined by an Invicta FC Featherweight Championship bout with champion Cris Cyborg defending against Russian newcomer Daria Ibragimova. The event was originally scheduled to feature Cyborg dropping down in weight but it was later decided that she would remain at 145 and defend her championship. The co-main event will feature an Invicta FC Strawweight Championship bout with champion Lívia Renata Souza defending her title against undefeated challenger DeAnna Bennett. Souza was originally scheduled again to fight Alexa Grasso but it was announced on November 3 that Grasso had suffered an injury. Raquel Pa'aluhi was scheduled to fight Irene Aldana but Aldana was replaced by Colleen Schneider. Angela Hill was scheduled to fight Jodie Esquibel, but Esquibel was replaced by Alida Gray. Amber Brown was scheduled to fight Lisa Ellis, while Christine Stanley was scheduled to fight Shannon Sinn but on the week of the event, Ellis and Sinn pulled out and were replaced by Katy Collins and Shino VanHoose. Two days later, Collins also pulled out due to an injury in training leading to her fight with Christine Stanley being scrapped from the event. A fight between Ediane Gomes and Amanda Bell was scheduled but scrapped the day before the event after Gomes suffered complications with her weight cut. This event was first planned for November and then December before being set for January.[23]

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Featherweight Cris Cyborg (c) def. Daria Ibragimova KO (punches) 1 4:58 [a]
Strawweight Livia Renata Souza (c) def. DeAnna Bennett TKO (body kick and punches) 1 1:30 [b]
Catchweight (136.2 lbs) Colleen Schneider def. Raquel Pa'aluhi Decision (split) (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) 3 5:00
Atomweight Amber Brown def. Shino VanHoose Submission (guillotine choke) 1 2:36
Strawweight Mizuki Inoue def. Lacey Schuckman Submission (armbar) 3 3:41
Strawweight Angela Hill def. Alida Gray TKO (knee to the body) 1 1:39
Featherweight Megan Anderson def. Amber Leibrock TKO (knees and punches) 3 2:33


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[24]

  • Fight of the Night: Megan Anderson vs. Amber Leibrock ($1,500 each)
  • Performance of the Night: Lívia Renata Souza, Mizuki Inoue and Angela Hill ($1,000 each)

Invicta FC 14: Evinger vs. Kianzad[edit]

Invicta FC 14: Evinger vs. Kianzad
Information
Date September 12, 2015
Venue Municipal Auditorium
City Kansas City, Missouri
Event chronology

Invicta FC 13: Cyborg vs. Van Duin Invicta FC 14: Evinger vs. Kianzad Invicta FC 15: Cyborg vs. Ibragimova

Invicta FC 14: Evinger vs. Kianzad was a mixed martial arts event that took place on September 12, 2015. It was originally expected to be headlined by an Invicta FC Strawweight Championship bout between current champion Livia Renata Souza and undefeated top contender Alexa Grasso, however Grasso was forced to withdraw due to injury.[25] Invicta FC Bantamweight Champion Tonya Evinger was to defend her bantamweight title when she takes on Swedish fighter Pannie Kianzad in a contest originally scheduled as the co-main event. The day before the event, both fighters weighed in over the weight limit so the fight was changed to a non-title bout. JJ Aldrich was scheduled to fight Daniela Kortmann but Kortmann pulled out due to visa issues and was replaced by Rosa Acevedo.[26]

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Catchweight (136.7 lbs) Tonya Evinger def. Pannie Kianzad TKO (punches) 2 3:34
Catchweight (117.4 lbs) DeAnna Bennett def. Katja Kankaanpää Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Flyweight Roxanne Modafferi def. Mariana Morais TKO (punches) 3 4:40
Flyweight Andrea Lee def. Rachael Ostovich Verbal Submission (armbar) 3 4:58
Featherweight Cindy Dandois def. Megan Anderson Submission (triangle choke) 2 2:41
Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Strawweight Sharon Jacobson def. Jamie Moyle Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) 3 5:00
Atomweight Jinh Yu Frey def. Liz McCarthy Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Catchweight (118.2 lbs) JJ Aldrich def. Rosa Acevedo KO (knee and punches) 1 2:24
Flyweight Aspen Ladd def. Amanda Bobby Cooper Submission (armbar) 2 4:42
Lightweight Felicia Spencer def. Rachel Wiley TKO (strikes) 1 3:32


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[27]

  • Fight of the Night: Sharon Jacobson vs. Jamie Moyle
  • Performance of the Night: Tonya Evinger, Andrea Lee, and JJ Aldrich

Invicta FC 13: Cyborg vs. Van Duin[edit]

Invicta FC 13: Cyborg vs. Van Duin
Information
Date July 9, 2015
Venue Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
City Las Vegas, Nevada
Event chronology

Invicta FC 12: Kankaanpää vs. Souza Invicta FC 13: Cyborg vs. Van Duin Invicta FC 14: Evinger vs. Kianzad

Invicta FC 13: Cyborg vs. Van Duin was a mixed martial arts event headlined by an Invicta FC Featherweight Championship bout between current champion Cris Cyborg and top contender Faith Van Duin.

The co-main event featured a bout for the vacant Invicta FC Bantamweight Championship between top contenders Tonya Evinger and Irene Aldana.

The event featured an Invicta FC Atomweight Championship bout between current champion Hérica Tibúrcio and top contender Ayaka Hamasaki.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Featherweight Cris Cyborg (c) def. Faith Van Duin TKO (knee to the body and punches) 1 0:45 [a]
Bantamweight Tonya Evinger def. Irene Aldana TKO (punches) 4 4:38 [b]
Atomweight Ayaka Hamasaki def. Hérica Tibúrcio (c) Decision (split) (47-48, 48-47, 49-46) 5 5:00 [c]
Bantamweight Pannie Kianzad def. Jessica-Rose Clark Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Atomweight Amber Brown def. Catherine Costigan Submission (rear-naked choke) 1 3:34
Strawweight Jamie Moyle def. Amy Montenegro Decision (split) (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) 3 5:00
Featherweight Amber Leibrock def. Marina Shafir KO (punches) 1 0:37

[28]

Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[29]

  • Fight of the Night: Jamie Moyle vs. Amy Montenegro
  • Performance of the Night: Cris Cyborg and Amber Leibrock

Invicta FC 12: Kankaanpää vs. Souza[edit]

Invicta FC 12: Kankaanpää vs. Souza
Information
Date April 24, 2015 (2015-04-24)
Venue Municipal Auditorium
City Kansas City, Missouri
Event chronology

Invicta FC 11: Cyborg vs. Tweet Invicta FC 12: Kankaanpää vs. Souza Invicta FC 13: Cyborg vs. Van Duin

Invicta FC 12: Kankaanpää vs. Souza was a mixed martial-arts event held April 24, 2015, headlined by Katja Kankaanpää defending her strawweight championship against Livia Renata Souza.

Sijara Eubanks was scheduled to fight Roma Pawelek but Pawlek pulled out due to injury the week of the event and was replaced by Gina Begley.

A fight between Cassie Rodish and Stephanie Skinner was originally scheduled but Skinner suffered an injury on the week of the show and the fight was pulled from the event.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Strawweight Livia Renata Souza def. Katja Kankaanpää (c) Submission (triangle choke) 4 3:58 [a]
Flyweight Vanessa Porto def. Roxanne Modafferi Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Featherweight Faith Van Duin def. Amanda Bell Submission (rear-naked choke) 2 0:38 [b]
Bantamweight Raquel Pa'aluhi def. Ediane Gomes Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Preliminary Card
Featherweight Latoya Walker def. Peggy Morgan Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Strawweight Lacey Schuckman def. Jenny Liou TKO (punches) 1 1:53
Strawweight Sharon Jacobson def. Delaney Owen Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Flyweight Shannon Sinn def. Maureen Riordon Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Sijara Eubanks def. Gina Begley TKO (punches) 1 4:59


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[30]

  • Fight of the Night: Raquel Pa'aluhi vs. Ediane Gomes ($1,500 each) and Sharon Jacobson vs. Delaney Owen ($1,500 each)
  • Performance of the Night: Lívia Renata Souza and Faith Van Duin ($1,000 each)

Invicta FC 11: Cyborg vs. Tweet[edit]

Invicta FC 11: Cyborg vs. Tweet
Information
Date February 27, 2015 (2015-02-27)
Venue Shrine Expo Hall
City Los Angeles, California
Event chronology

Invicta FC 10: Waterson vs. Tiburcio Invicta FC 11: Cyborg vs. Tweet Invicta FC 12: Kankaanpää vs. Souza

Invicta FC 11: Cyborg vs. Tweet is a mixed-martial events that took place on February 27, 2015. The event was headlined by Cris Cyborg defending her featherweight championship against Charmaine Tweet.[31] Christine Stanley was scheduled to face Emily Corso but Corso withdrew due to injury on January 30 and was replaced by Rachael Cummins. Two days before the event, Cummins withdrew due to suffering an injury in training and was replaced at the last minute by Laura Salazar. DeAnna Bennett was scheduled to face Lynn Alvarez but Alvarez withdrew due to injury on February 11 and was replaced by Norma Rueda Center. Irene Aldana was to face Melanie LaCroix but Melanie withdrew due to injury as well and was replaced by Colleen Schneider

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Featherweight Cris Cyborg (c) def. Charmaine Tweet TKO (punches) 1 0:46 [a]
Strawweight Alexa Grasso def. Mizuki Inoue Decision (unanimous) (30-26, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Catchweight (116.8 lbs) DeAnna Bennett def. Norma Rueda Center Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Irene Aldana def. Colleen Schneider Submission (rear-naked choke) 1 1:05
Preliminary Card
Strawweight Jamie Moyle def. J.J. Aldrich Technical Submission (rear-naked choke) 1 2:20
Strawweight Amy Montenegro def. Brianna Van Buren Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Catchweight (128.9 lbs) Christine Stanley def. Laura Salazar TKO (punches) 1 2:59
Flyweight Aspen Ladd def. Ana Carolina Vidal TKO (elbows) 1 4:21


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[32]

  • Fight of the Night: Alexa Grasso vs. Mizuki Inoue
  • Performance of the Night: Cris Cyborg and Irene Aldana

Invicta FC 10: Waterson vs. Tiburcio[edit]

Invicta FC 10: Waterson vs. Tiburcio
Information
Date December 5, 2014 (2014-12-05)
Venue Arena Theater
City Houston, Texas
Event chronology

Invicta FC 9: Honchak vs. Hashi Invicta FC 10: Waterson vs. Tiburcio Invicta FC 11: Cyborg vs. Tweet

Invicta FC 10: Waterson vs. Tiburcio is a mixed martial arts event that took place on December 5, 2014. It was announced that Cris Cyborg would return and drop down in weight to bantamweight. However at Invicta FC 9, it was announced that Justino suffered an injury that forced her off the card. As a result, the new main event was announced to be atomweight champion Michelle Waterson defending her championship against Hérica Tibúrcio. The fight between Roxanne Modafferi and Vanessa Porto was expected to determine who gets the next title shot against Barb Honchak. On November 20, Porto was removed from the card due to visa issues and was replaced by Andrea Lee. A bantamweight bout between Irene Aldana and Marion Reneau was scheduled to take place but four days before the event, Aldana was hospitalized with bronchitis and it was announced that the fight would be postponed. On December 3, the fight between Charmaine Tweet and Faith Van Duin was pulled from the event due to medical concerns.

Results[edit]

Main Card
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Atomweight Hérica Tibúrcio def. Michelle Waterson (c) Submission (guillotine choke) 3 1:04 [a]
Bantamweight Tonya Evinger def. Cindy Dandois Submission (armbar) 2 1:23
Flyweight Roxanne Modafferi def. Andrea Lee Decision (split) (29-28, 28-29, 30-27) 3 5:00
Flyweight DeAnna Bennett def. Jennifer Maia Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Preliminary Card
Featherweight Peggy Morgan def. Andria Wawro Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) 3 5:00
Strawweight Alexa Grasso def. Alida Gray TKO (punches) 1 1:47
Atomweight Jinh Yu Frey def. Cassie Robb Submission (rear-naked choke) 1 2:36
Flyweight Rachael Ostovich def. Evva Johnson Decision (split) (28-29, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[33]

  • Fight of the Night: Hérica Tibúrcio vs. Michelle Waterson ($1,500 each)
  • Performance of the Night: Hérica Tibúrcio and Alexa Grasso ($1,000 each)

Invicta FC 9: Honchak vs. Hashi[edit]

Invicta FC 9: Honchak vs. Hashi
Information
Date November 1, 2014 (2014-11-01)
Venue RiverCenter
City Davenport, Iowa
Event chronology

Invicta FC 8: Waterson vs. Tamada Invicta FC 9: Honchak vs. Hashi Invicta FC 10: Waterson vs. Tiburcio

Invicta FC 9: Honchak vs. Hashi was a mixed martial-arts event that took place on November 1, 2014

Background

Invicta FC 9 was headlined by Barb Honchak defending her flyweight championship against Takayo Hashi. The co-main event was Mizuki Inoue against Karolina Kowalkiewicz.

Kaitlin Young was originally scheduled to fight Cindy Dandois but Dandois was forced to withdraw due to visa issues and was replaced by Raquel Pa'aluhi.

Herica Tiburcio vs. Ayaka Hamasaki has been scratched from this Invicta FC 9 event, as visa issues for Tiburcio have forced the 22-year-old Brazilian off the card at the last minute.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Flyweight Barb Honchak (c) def. Takayo Hashi Decision (unanimous) (49-46, 50-45, 50-45) 5 5:00 [a]
Strawweight Karolina Kowalkiewicz def. Mizuki Inoue Decision (split) (28-29, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Featherweight Raquel Pa'aluhi def. Kaitlin Young Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Atomweight Jodie Esquibel def. Nicdali Rivera-Calanoc Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Atomweight Amber Brown def. Liz McCarthy Decision (split) (29-28, 28-29, 30-27) 3 5:00
Preliminary Card
Lightweight Amanda Bell def. Maria Hougaard Djursaa TKO (punches) 1 4:56
Flyweight Andrea Lee def. Shannon Sinn Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Strawweight Jamie Moyle def. Jenny Liou Shriver Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Featherweight Kelly McGill def. Maegan Goodwin Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[34]

  • Fight of the Night: Karolina Kowalkiewicz vs. Mizuki Inoue
  • Performance of the Night: Raquel Pa'aluhi and Jamie Moyle

Invicta FC 8: Waterson vs. Tamada[edit]

Invicta FC 8: Waterson vs. Tamada
Information
Date September 6, 2014 (2014-09-06)
Venue Municipal Auditorium
City Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Event chronology

Invicta FC 7: Honchak vs. Smith Invicta FC 8: Waterson vs. Tamada Invicta FC 9: Honchak vs. Hashi

Invicta FC 8: Waterson vs. Tamada was a mixed martial-arts event that took place on September 6, 2014.

Background

Invicta FC 8 was the first Invicta event to be broadcast on UFC's Fight Pass as part of the new deal between Invicta and UFC.

Invicta FC 8 was headlined by Michelle Waterson defending her atomweight championship against Yasuko Tamada along with a co-main event of Stephanie Eggink vs. Katja Kankaanpää for the vacant strawweight championship. The event also featured the third fight between Roxanne Modafferi and Tara LaRosa. After the event, the co-main event of Katja Kankaanpää vs. Stephanie Eggink was awarded Fight of the Night.[35]

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Atomweight Michelle Waterson (c) def. Yasuko Tamada TKO (knee & punches) 3 4:58 [a]
Strawweight Katja Kankaanpää def. Stephanie Eggink Submission (D'Arce choke) 5 2:03 [b]
Bantamweight Tonya Evinger def. Ediane Gomes Submission (armbar) 1 3:31
Flyweight Roxanne Modafferi def. Tara LaRosa Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) 3 5:00
Flyweight DeAnna Bennett def. Michelle Ould TKO (liver kick) 2 1:34
Lightweight Charmaine Tweet def. Veronica Rothenhausler TKO (punches) 1 4:05
Preliminary Card
Bantamweight Irene Aldana def. Peggy Morgan Submission (rear-naked choke) 1 2:50
Strawweight Alexa Grasso def. Ashley Cummins Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Atomweight Jodie Esquibel def. Jinh Yu Frey Decision (split) (28-29, 29-28, 29-27) 3 5:00
Strawweight JJ Aldrich def. Delaney Owen Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-26) 3 5:00


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[36]

  • Fight of the Night: Katja Kankaanpää vs. Stephanie Eggink
  • Performance of the Night: Irene Aldana and Tonya Evinger

Invicta FC 7: Honchak vs. Smith[edit]

Invicta FC 7: Honchak vs. Smith
Information
Date December 7, 2013 (2013-12-07)
Venue Ameristar Casino Kansas City
City Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Event chronology

Invicta FC 6: Coenen vs. Cyborg Invicta FC 7: Honchak vs. Smith Invicta FC 8: Waterson vs. Tamada

Invicta FC 7: Honchak vs. Smith was a mixed martial-arts event that took place on December 7, 2013.

Background

The first announced fight saw Carla Esparza defend her strawweight championship against undefeated Cláudia Gadelha. The main event was announced to be Barb Honchak defending her flyweight championship against Leslie Smith. A third title fight took place as Lauren Murphy faced Miriam Nakamoto to crown the first Invicta FC Bantamweight Champion. The event also featured debuts of several fighters including Felice Herrig and Tonya Evinger.

Kelly Kobold was also scheduled to make her debut against Tonya Evinger, but Kobold pulled out of the fight on November 22 due to injury and was replaced by Sarah D'Alelio.

Carla Esparza was due to defend her strawweight title against Cláudia Gadelha, but Gadelha was taken to hospital with a bacterial infection and the bout was cancelled.

Like IFC 6, IFC 7 was available as a regular Pay-Per-View and also as an Internet Pay-Per-View. The price remains $14.95 for both ($14.95 is a suggested retail price for the PPV and may vary depending on the provider. The event was also available in High Definition PPV for a higher price, typically $10 more.), but the Internet Pay-Per-View hosting has shifted from Ustream to DaCast.[37][38][39]

After the event, the main event of Barb Honchak vs. Leslie Smith was awarded Fight of the Night while Nina Ansaroff earned Knockout of the Night.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Flyweight Barb Honchak (c) def. Leslie Smith Decision (unanimous) (49-46, 49-46, 49-46) 5 5:00 [a]
Bantamweight Lauren Murphy def. Miriam Nakamoto TKO (injury) 4 0:23 [b]
Strawweight Tecia Torres def. Felice Herrig Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Strawweight Joanne Calderwood def. Katja Kankaanpää Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Featherweight Julia Budd def. Charmaine Tweet Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00
Flyweight Vanessa Porto def. Zoila Frausto Gurgel Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Preliminary Card
Bantamweight Tonya Evinger def. Sarah D'Alelio Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Catchweight (127 lbs.) Nina Ansaroff def. Munah Holland TKO (punches) 2 3:54


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[40][41]

  • Fight of the Night: Barb Honchak vs. Leslie Smith ($1,500 each)
  • Knockout of the Night: Nina Ansaroff ($1,000)

Invicta FC 6: Coenen vs. Cyborg[edit]

Invicta FC 6: Coenen vs. Cyborg
Information
Date July 13, 2013 (2013-07-13)
Venue Ameristar Casino Kansas City
City Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Event chronology

Invicta FC 5: Penne vs. Waterson Invicta FC 6: Coenen vs. Cyborg Invicta FC 7: Honchak vs. Smith

Invicta FC 6: Coenen vs. Cyborg was a mixed martial arts event held on 13 July 2013. The event will be headlined by Marloes Coenen vs Cris Cyborg to crown the first Invicta FC Featherweight Champion. It has been stated that the winner between Leslie Smith and Jennifer Maia will get a title shot against Flyweight Champion Barb Honchak. The fight between Charmaine Tweet and Ediane Gomes will determine who will be the first to get a title shot against the winner of the Featherweight Championship Main Event.

The event will air on cable and satellite pay-per-view in the United States and Canada in addition to their online PPV stream, as the promotion has come to a deal with Integrated Sports Media for live viewing at 9:00 p.m. ET – 6:00 p.m. PT on both cable and satellite pay-per-view via iN Demand, DISH, Avail-TVN in the United States and Bell TV in Canada, for a suggested retail price of $14.95. The event was also available as an Internet Pay-per-View for $14.95 from Ustream.[42]

Livia von Plettenberg was scheduled to fight Laura Sanko but Sanko withdrew from the fight on April 26 due to pregnancy. She was replaced by Cassie Robb. On June 4, Carla Esparza withdrew from her Strawweight title defense due to a knee injury and was replaced by Cláudia Gadelha, who was originally scheduled to fight Joanne Calderwood. Calderwood was then matched up against Sarah Schneider. On June 23, Schneider also withdrew due to injury and was replaced by Norma Rueda Center. On June 26, Julia Budd withdrew from her fight against Ediane Gomes due to injury and was replaced by Charmaine Tweet. However, on July 10, Tweet announced that she was unable to make the fight due to visa issues and she was replaced by Tamikka Brents just three days before the event in what was to be a catchweight fight at 150 lbs. Brents weighed in 5 pounds over so the fight was made a lightweight fight. On July 12, the day before the event at the weigh-ins, it was announced that Veronica Rothenhausler was deemed medically unable to compete after passing out due to her weight cut thus canceling her planned fight with Mollie Estes although Estes did still receive her fight purse. The planned fight between Cassie Robb and Livia von Plettenberg was also canceled due to von Plettenberg failing to make the weight limit. Due to this, a new fight was made between Livia von Plettenberg and Kathina Catron. During the event, it was announced that Tamikka Brents suffered an injury, canceling her fight with Ediane Gomes.

After the event, fight of the night was awarded to Leslie Smith & Jennifer Maia. Jessica Penne received the submission of the night bonus while knockout of the night went to Miriam Nakamoto.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Featherweight Cris Cyborg def. Marloes Coenen TKO (punches) 4 4:02 [a]
Strawweight Cláudia Gadelha def. Ayaka Hamasaki TKO (punches) 3 3:58 [b]
Bantamweight Lauren Taylor def. Sarah D'Alelio Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Flyweight Leslie Smith def. Jennifer Maia Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) 3 5:00 [c]
Atomweight Jessica Penne def. Nicdali Rivera-Calanoc Submission (rear naked choke) 1 4:57
Strawweight Joanne Calderwood def. Norma Rueda Center Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Strawweight Mizuki Inoue def. Bec Hyatt Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Miriam Nakamoto def. Duda Yankovich TKO (knee and punches) 1 2:08
Strawweight Tecia Torres def. Rose Namajunas Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
Preliminary Card
Strawweight Emily Kagan def. Ashley Cummins Decision (split) (30-27, 28-29, 30-27) 3 5:00
Flyweight Livia von Plettenberg def. Kathina Catron Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00
  1. ^ For the inaugural Invicta FC Featherweight Championship
  2. ^ Invicta FC Strawweight title eliminator. Gadelha was docked a point for an illegal knee.
  3. ^ Invicta FC Flyweight title eliminator


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[43]

  • Fight of the Night: Leslie Smith vs. Jennifer Maia
  • Knockout of the Night: Miriam Nakamoto
  • Submission of the Night: Jessica Penne

Invicta FC 5: Penne vs. Waterson[edit]

Invicta FC 5: Penne vs. Waterson
Information
Date April 5, 2013 (2013-04-05)
Venue Ameristar Casino Kansas City
City Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Event chronology

Invicta FC 4: Esparza vs. Hyatt Invicta FC 5: Penne vs. Waterson Invicta FC 6: Cyborg vs. Coenen

Invicta FC 5: Penne vs. Waterson was a mixed martial arts event held on April 5, 2013. Shannon Knapp announced during Invicta FC 4 that the event will be headlined by a co-main event of Jessica Penne defending her Invicta FC Atomweight Championship against "The Karate Hottie" Michelle Waterson along with a flyweight championship bout between Vanessa Porto and Barb Honchak and that Sarah Kaufman would make her Invicta debut on the show. The show was originally targeted for April 13, however Knapp announced they would change it to April 5 after the UFC announced a show on that date.

On February 5, 2013 it was announced that Invicta FC had signed Zoila Frausto Gurgel and she would make her debut at Invicta FC against Jennifer Maia.

On February 15, 2013, Shannon Knapp announced that Invicta FC had signed Cris Cyborg to debut at Invicta 5 against Ediane Gomes. The signing was notable because it was the first professional bout for Santos since her suspension in December 2011 while competing in the now-defunct Strikeforce organization. The winner of the fight will face Marloes Coenen at Invicta FC 6 to crown the first Invicta FC Featherweight Champion. Gomes was originally scheduled to fight Julia Budd but was moved when Santos was signed. Budd will now face Fiona Muxlow. On March 19, 2013, Ediane Gomes suffered an injury and was forced to withdraw from the fight with Santos. As a result, Fiona Muxlow was moved to fight Santos and Budd would be matched against another new opponent in Mollie Estes. Mollie's original opponent was to be Veronica Rothenhausler but Veronica suffered an injury and was dropped from the card allowing Estes to be moved into the fight with Budd.

A fight between River Jones and Lauren Barefoot was originally scheduled to take place on the preliminary card but was canceled when Jones suffered an injury. Cassie Rodish was originally scheduled to fight Nicdali Rivera-Calanoc but Nicdali was forced to withdraw due to injury on March 11 and she was replaced by Simona Soukupova. Kaitlin Young was set to fight Amanda Nunes, but Nunes suffered an arm injury in training and was replaced by Lauren Taylor.

After the event, fight of the night went to Sarah Kaufman and Leslie Smith. Submission of the night went to Rose Namajunas and knockout of the night went to Miriam Nakamoto. Additionally, Bec Hyatt and Jessica Penne both received social media bonuses for promoting the event.

The event was the first successful Internet Pay-Per-View for Invicta, broadcast for $9.95 by Ustream.[44]

Results[edit]

Main Card
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Atomweight Michelle Waterson def. Jessica Penne (c) Submission (armbar) 4 2:31 [a]
Flyweight Barb Honchak def. Vanessa Porto Decision (unanimous) (50–45, 49–47, 48–46) 5 5:00 [b]
Featherweight Cris Cyborg def. Fiona Muxlow TKO (strikes) 1 3:46
Bantamweight Sarah Kaufman def. Leslie Smith Decision (split) (29–28, 28–29, 29–28) 3 5:00
Flyweight Jennifer Maia def. Zoila Frausto Gurgel Decision (unanimous) (30–27, 29–28, 29–28) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Lauren Taylor def. Kaitlin Young Decision (unanimous) (29–28, 29–28, 29–28) 3 5:00
Featherweight Julia Budd def. Mollie Estes Submission (rear-naked choke) 3 1:04
Strawweight Bec Hyatt def. Jasminka Cive Submission (armbar) 1 3:30
Preliminary Card
Atomweight Simona Soukupova def. Cassie Rodish Submission (standing guillotine choke) 2 3:20
Bantamweight Miriam Nakamoto vs. Jessamyn Duke No contest (illegal knee) 1 2:20 [c]
Strawweight Katja Kankaanpää def. Juliana Carneiro Lima Decision (unanimous) (30–27, 30–27, 29–28) 3 5:00
Strawweight Rose Namajunas def. Kathina Catron Submission (flying armbar) 1 0:12
Atomweight Alex Chambers def. Jodie Esquibel Submission (rear-naked choke) 1 1:35
  1. ^ For the Invicta FC Atomweight Championship
  2. ^ For the inaugural Invicta FC Flyweight Championship
  3. ^ Originally a knockout victory for Nakamoto, but was later overturned by the Missouri Office of Athletics due to an illegal knee.


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[45][46]

  • Fight of the Night: Sarah Kaufman vs. Leslie Smith ($1,500 each)
  • Submission of the Night: Rose Namajunas
  • Knockout of the Night: Miriam Nakamoto (revoked after the Missouri Office of Athletics ruled Nakamoto had won due to an illegal knee)

Invicta FC 4: Esparza vs. Hyatt[edit]

Invicta FC 4: Esparza vs. Hyatt
Information
Date January 5, 2013 (2013-01-05)
Venue Memorial Hall
City Kansas City, Kansas, United States
Event chronology

Invicta FC 3: Penne vs. Sugiyama Invicta FC 4: Esparza vs. Hyatt Invicta FC 5: Penne vs. Waterson

Invicta FC 4: Esparza vs. Hyatt was a mixed martial arts event held on January 5, 2013 (2013-01-05) at the Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas. The event was headlined by a strawweight championship bout between Carla Esparza and Bec Hyatt. Esparza was originally scheduled to fight Ayaka Hamasaki for the title but Hamasaki pulled out of the fight due to commitments to defending her JEWELS lightweight title in December and was replaced by undefeated Brazilian fighter Cláudia Gadelha. On December 28, Gadelha was forced to withdraw from the main event title fight after suffering a broken nose in training. Gadelha was replaced by Bec Hyatt, who was originally set to face Joanne Calderwood. As a result, Calderwood's opponent was changed to Livia von Plettenberg. On December 19, Shannon Knapp announced Invicta FC 4 would air as an online pay-per-view however due to purchasing issues on the night of the event, the idea was thrown out and it was announced that all buyers would be refunded. The price for the Ustream run iPPV for IFC4 was $7.95.[47]

After the event, fight of the night (US$1,500 bonus to each fighter) went to Alexis Davis and Shayna Baszler. The submission of the night bonus (US$1,000 bonus) went to Rose Namajunas while knockout of the night (US$1,000 bonus) went to Veronica Rothenhausler. Additionally, Bec Hyatt and Jodie Esquibel both received a social media bonus.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Strawweight Carla Esparza def. Bec Hyatt Decision (unanimous) (50–45, 50–45, 50–45). 5 5:00 [a]
Bantamweight Alexis Davis def. Shayna Baszler Technical submission (rear-naked choke) 3 2:58
Bantamweight Leslie Smith def. Raquel Pennington Decision (unanimous) (29–28, 29–28, 29–28) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Sarah D'Alelio def. Amanda Nunes Decision (unanimous) (30–26, 30–26, 30–26) 3 5:00 [b]
Featherweight Ediane Gomes def. Hiroko Yamanaka Decision (unanimous) (29–28, 29–28, 30–27) 3 5:00
Strawweight Joanne Calderwood def. Livia von Plettenberg Decision (unanimous) (30–27, 30–27, 30–26) 3 5:00
Preliminary Card
Atomweight Cassie Rodish def. Stephanie Frausto TKO (strikes) 3 1:04
Featherweight Tamikka Brents def. Amanda Bell Decision (unanimous) (29–28, 29–28, 29–28) 3 5:00
Atomweight Jodie Esquibel def. Liz McCarthy Decision (split) (29–28, 28–29, 30–27) 3 5:00
Strawweight Rose Namajunas def. Emily Kagan Submission (rear-naked choke) 3 3:44
Strawweight Tecia Torres def. Paige VanZant Decision (unanimous) (30–27, 30–27, 30–27) 3 5:00
Featherweight Veronica Rothenhausler def. Katalina Malungahu KO (punch) 1 1:12
Atomweight Laura Marcusse-Sanko def. Cassie Robb Submission (rear-naked choke) 2 1:07
  1. ^ For the inaugural Invicta FC Strawweight Championship
  2. ^ Nunes was docked a point for an illegal upkick.


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[48]

  • Fight of the Night: Alexis Davis vs. Shayna Baszler ($1,500 each)
  • Knockout of the Night: Veronica Rothenhausler ($1,000)
  • Submission of the Night: Rose Namajunas ($1,000)

Source(s)[49][50]

Invicta FC 3: Penne vs. Sugiyama[edit]

Invicta FC 3: Penne vs. Sugiyama
Information
Date October 6, 2012 (2012-10-06)
Venue Memorial Hall
City Kansas City, Kansas, United States
Event chronology

Invicta FC 2: Baszler vs. McMann Invicta FC 3: Penne vs. Sugiyama Invicta FC 4: Esparza vs. Hyatt

Invicta FC 3: Penne vs Sugiyama was a mixed martial arts event to be held on October 6, 2012 (2012-10-06) at the Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas. Invicta President Shannon Knapp has announced that the event will feature the first championship bout for Invicta Fighting Championships. Invicta will continue their partnership with JEWELS as Jessica Penne will face unbeaten JEWELS Featherweight Queen (105 lb.) Naho Sugiyama for the Invicta FC Atomweight Championship. Sara McMann was originally scheduled to fight for Invicta FC Bantamweight Championship but will be recovering from injury. Knapp has since announced that a fight will be held to determine who eventually faces McMann for the championship. On August 27, Invicta added former Strikeforce women's champion Sarah Kaufman to the card in a fight against Kaitlin Young. However, on September 17, Kaufman was forced to withdraw due to injury.[51]

Leslie Smith was originally scheduled to fight Cat Zingano, but the promotion allowed Zingano to withdraw from the fight so that she could accept a fight for Strikeforce. Zingano was replaced by pro boxer and undefeated MMA fighter, Kim Connor-Hamby. Katalina Malungahu was scheduled to fight Taylor Stratford, however Stratford was forced to withdraw due to a knee injury. Stratford was replaced by Ediane Gomes. Sarah Kaufman was set to fight Kaitlin Young, however an injury forced Kaufman to withdraw from the fight on September 17. As a result, Leslie Smith was moved from her fight with Connor-Hamby to fight Young in what was to be a rematch from Invicta FC 1 where they fought to a draw. Raquel Pennington was added as the new opponent for Kim Connor-Hamby. On September 26, Connor-Hamby withdrew from the fight due to injury. After Strikeforce canceled their previously scheduled event, Cat Zingano was added back to the Invicta 3 card as the replacement opponent against Pennington. Julia Budd was set to fight Elaina Maxwell but Maxwell withdrew after suffering a concussion in training and was replaced by Danielle West.[52]

Tara LaRosa (127.6 lbs) and Lacey Schuckman (106.2 lbs) failed to make weight at the weigh in. Schuckman was able to get within 1 pound of her 105 weight class limit within the next two hours and was fined 10% of her purse. LaRosa was not able to get within one pound of 125 pounds within two hours and was fined 25% of her purse.[53] After the event, fight of the night (US$1,500 bonus to each fighter) went to Michelle Waterson and Lacey Schuckman. The submission of the night bonus (US$1,000 bonus) was split between Jessamyn Duke and Stephanie Frausto while knockout of the night (US$1,000 bonus) went to Joanne Calderwood.

Results[edit]

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Atomweight Jessica Penne def. Naho Sugiyama Submission (triangle choke) 2 2:20 [a]
Bantamweight Shayna Baszler def. Sarah D'Alelio Submission (rear-naked choke) 2 0:37
Bantamweight Leslie Smith def. Kaitlin Young TKO (strikes) 2 2:19
Flyweight Barb Honchak def. Aisling Daly Decision (unanimous) (30–27, 30–27, 30–27) 3 5:00
Catchweight (128 lbs.) Vanessa Porto def. Tara LaRosa Decision (unanimous) (30–27, 30–27, 30–27) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Cat Zingano def. Raquel Pennington Submission (rear-naked choke) 2 3:32
Atomweight Michelle Waterson def. Lacey Schuckman Decision (split) (29–28, 28–29, 29–28) 3 5:00
Featherweight Julia Budd def. Danielle West TKO (strikes) 1 2:32
Preliminary Card
Strawweight Carla Esparza def. Lynn Alvarez TKO (strikes) 1 2:53
Strawweight Joanne Calderwood def. Ashley Cummins KO (knee) 1 3:13
Atomweight Stephanie Frausto def. Amy Davis Submission (guillotine choke) 1 0:48
Bantamweight Jessamyn Duke def. Marciea Allen Submission (armbar) 1 4:42
Strawweight Tecia Torres def. Kaiyana Rain Decision (unanimous) (30–27, 30–27, 30–27) 3 5:00
Featherweight Ediane Gomes def. Katalina Malungahu Submission (rear-naked choke) 1 4:19


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[54][55]

  • Fight of the Night: Michelle Waterson vs. Lacey Schuckman ($1,500 each)
  • Knockout of the Night: Joanne Calderwood ($1,000)
  • Submission of the Night: Stephanie Frausto and Jessamyn Duke ($500 each)

Source(s)[56][57][58]

Invicta FC 2: Baszler vs. McMann[edit]

Invicta FC 2: Baszler vs. McMann
Information
Date July 28, 2012 (2012-07-28)
Venue Memorial Hall
City Kansas City, Kansas, United States
Event chronology

Invicta FC 1: Coenen vs. Ruyssen Invicta FC 2: Baszler vs. McMann Invicta FC 3: Penne vs. Sugiyama

Invicta FC 2: Baszler vs. McMann was a mixed martial arts event held on July 28, 2012 (2012-07-28) at the Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas.[59] Like the first event, it was made available as a free stream on the promotion's official website. The event was headlined by 2004 Summer Olympics women's freestyle wrestling silver medalist Sara McMann and Shayna Baszler.[60] It will be the second event of the promotion.

As part of the alliance with Japanese promotion JEWELS, JEWELS Lightweight Queen (115 lbs.) Ayaka Hamasaki was set to face undefeated Austrian fighter Jasminka Cive as part of the main event but Cive was unable to secure her visa in time and has been replaced by Lacey Shuckman. Angelica Chaves was scheduled to fight Kikuyo Ishikawa on the card, but Ishikawa withdrew from the fight on June 7. Ishikawa was replaced by Nicdali Rivera-Calanoc.[61]

Vanessa Porto was scheduled to fight Kelly Kobold but on June 25, Kobold withdrew from the fight due to a shoulder injury suffered while training. Kobold was replaced by Sarah D'Alelio. [62]

Amanda Nunes was scheduled to fight Milana Dudieva but Dudieva withdrew from the fight on July 9 due to a medical illness and was replaced by Leslie Smith. However, on July 20, Smith suffered a hand injury that forced her to also withdraw from the fight and she was then replaced by Raquel Pa'aluhi in the fight with Nunes. [63]

Jessica Phillipus missed weight for her bout and forfeited 25% of her fight purse.

Results[edit]

Main Card
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Bantamweight Sara McMann def. Shayna Baszler Decision (unanimous) (29–28, 30–27, 29–28) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Alexis Davis def. Hitomi Akano Submission (rear-naked choke) 2 3:41
Bantamweight Liz Carmouche def. Kaitlin Young Submission (rear-naked choke) 2 3:34
Strawweight Ayaka Hamasaki def. Lacey Schuckman Submission (armbar) 3 4:45
Bantamweight Amanda Nunes def. Raquel Pa'aluhi Submission (rear-naked choke) 1 2:24
Bantamweight Sarah D'Alelio def. Vanessa Porto Submission (armbar) 1 3:16
Flyweight Barb Honchak def. Bethany Marshall TKO (strikes) 2 1:22
Featherweight Julia Budd def. Elina Nilsson TKO (strikes) 1 3:49
Strawweight Carla Esparza def. Sarah Schneider TKO (strikes) 2 4:28
Preliminary Card
Atomweight Nicdali Rivera-Calanoc def. Angelica Chavez Decision (unanimous) (30–27, 29–28, 29–28) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Raquel Pennington def. Sarah Moras Decision (unanimous) (30–27, 29–28, 29–28) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Jessamyn Duke def. Suzie Montero TKO (strikes) 3 2:32
Flyweight Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger def. Cheryl Chan Decision (unanimous) (29–28, 29–28, 29–28) 3 5:00
Catchweight (107 lbs.) Liz McCarthy def. Jessica Philippus TKO (doctor stoppage) 1 5:00 [a]
  1. ^ Phillipus was docked a point for illegal knees.


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[54]

  • Fight of the Night: Sara McMann vs. Shayna Baszler ($1,500 each)[64]
  • Submission of the Night: Sarah D'Alelio and Alexis Davis ($1,000 each)[65]
  • Knockout of the Night: none awarded

Source(s)[66]

Invicta FC 1: Coenen vs. Ruyssen[edit]

Invicta FC 1: Coenen vs. Ruyssen
Information
Date April 28, 2012 (2012-04-28)
Venue Memorial Hall
City Kansas City, Kansas, United States
Event chronology

Invicta FC 1: Coenen vs. Ruyssen Invicta FC 2: Baszler vs. McMann

Invicta FC 1: Coenen vs. Ruyssen was the inaugural event of the promotion held on April 28, 2012 (2012-04-28) at the Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas, United States.[67] It was headlined by former Strikeforce women's bantamweight champion Marloes Coenen and French fighter Romy Ruyssen, who had lost to Coenen by 2nd round submission in her second professional fight in 2008.[68] The event also marked the MMA debut of 2008 Summer Olympics women's freestyle wrestling medalist Randi Miller.[69]

The event was not televised, but was available as a free video stream at the Invicta Fighting Championships webpage.[68] Fighters Sofia Bagherdai, Randi Miller, Ashleigh Curry, and Romy Ruyssen missed weight for their bouts. Bagherdai and Curry forfeited 10% of their purse to their opponent, while Miller and Ruyssen foreited 25% of their purse to their opponent.[70]

Results[edit]

Main Card
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Catchweight (149 lbs) Marloes Coenen def. Romy Ruyssen Decision (unanimous) (30–26, 30–26, 30–26) 3 5:00 [a]
Atomweight Jessica Penne def. Lisa Ellis TKO (strikes) 3 2:48
Bantamweight Liz Carmouche def. Ashleigh Curry TKO (strikes) 1 1:58
Bantamweight Leslie Smith draws Kaitlin Young Draw (split) (29–28, 28–29, 29–29) 3 5:00
Bantamweight Sarah D'Alelio def. Vanessa Mariscal Submission (strikes) 2 3:20
Strawweight Sarah Schneider def. Sally Krumdiack Submission (armbar) 1 3:01
Preliminary Card
Atomweight Amy Davis def. Nicdali Rivera-Calanoc Submission (kimura) 2 3:47
Flyweight Sarah Maloy def. Michele Gutierrez Decision (unanimous) (30–27, 29–28, 29–28) 3 5:00
Catchweight (149 lbs) Randi Miller def. Mollie Estes TKO (strikes) 3 3:27
Catchweight (120 lbs) Ashley Cummins def. Sofia Bagherdai Decision (unanimous) (30–27, 30–27, 29–28) 3 5:00
Atomweight Cassie Rodish def. Meghan Wright Submission (guillotine choke) 1 0:36
  1. ^ Ruyssen was docked a point for grabbing the fence.


Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded monetary bonuses:[54][71]

  • Fight of the Night: Kaitlin Young vs. Leslie Smith ($1,500 each)
  • Submission of the Night: Sarah Schneider ($1,000)
  • Knockout of the Night: none awarded
  • Social Media bonuses: Liz Carmouche and Jessica Penne ($1,000 each)
    Source(s)[72][73][74]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

External links[edit]

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