The UFC has joined the NFL in Houston, Texas, this Super Bowl weekend, with the octagon set up inside the Toyota Center, for UFC Fight Night 104; headlined by a Featherweight contest between Dennis “The Menace” Bermudez against “The Korean Zombie” Chan Sung Jung. Continue reading
TUF 20 vet “Hurricane” Heather Clark (7-5) will be welcoming Mexico’s undefeated Alexa Grasso (8-0) to the Octagon, November 5th in Mexico City. Continue reading
New Mexico’s Jodie Esquibel and Mexico’s Alexa Grasso will tangle in the main event of Invicta FC 18. Continue reading
Officially Inivcta FC will be back on Fight Pass March 11th with Invicta FC 16 taking place at the Trinidad Pavilion at Tropicana in Las Vegas. The event will feature 2 title bout with the main event having New Mexico WildBunch member Amber “The Bully” Brown challenging Japan’s Ayaka Hamasaki for the Invicta Atomweight title. Continue reading
Following Invicta FC 15, it was announced that the promotion will be back on Fight Pass, March 11th, with Invicta FC 16 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Continue reading
On September 12th Invicta FC will be back in Kansas City, Missouri for the 6th time and at the Municipal Auditorium for the 2nd time. The main event will see a battle of undefeated’s when Mexico’s Alexa Grasso (7-0) challenges Brazil’s Livia Renata Souza (8-0) for the Invicta Straweight title. Continue reading
Today’s announcement of 7 fights added to the Invicta FC 10 card finalizes the December 5th event with 10 bouts. Continue reading
Invicta FC 8 taking place at the Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Missouri; headlined by “The Karate Hottie” Michelle Waterson making her first Atomweight title defense against Japan’s Yasuko Tamada. Also a new Strawweight champion will be crowned.
On September 6, at the Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Missouri, Invicta FC retruns after 9 months away with the promotions debut broadcast on the UFC fight pass; Invicta FC 8. The card will feature a Atomweight title bout an the crowning of a new Strawweight champion.
Invicta FC has announced the signings of former XFC Strawweight champion Stephanie “Snowflake” Eggink (4-1) and Xtreme Kombat champion Alexa Grasso, as the promotion continues to rebuild there roster after the announcement that the majority of the Strawweights had signed up for the groundbreaking TUF season 20.