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Invicta FC 2 Fast Results
Posted by Mika Frankl
Invicta FC 2 took place on July 28th from the Kansas City, Memorial Hall
Below are the full results
Bout number 1 at Atomweight:Liz McCarthy def Jessica Philippus by TKO at 5:00 of round number1
Bout number 2 at Flyweight:Jocelyn Lybarger def Cheryl Chan by (29-28) (29-28) (29-28) unanimous decision
Bout number 3 at Bantamweight: Jessamyn Duke def Suzie Montero by TKO at 2:32 of round number 3
Bout number 4 at Bantamweight:Raquel Pennington def Sarah Moras by (30-27) (29-28) (29-28) unanimous decision
Bout number 5 at Atomweight Nicdali Rivera-Calanco def Angelica Chavez by (30-27) (29-28) (29-28)
Bout number 6 at Strawweight:Carla Esparza def Sarah Scheider by TKO (strikes) at 4:28 of round number 2
Bout number 7 at Featherweight:Juila Budd def Elina Nilsson by TKO (elbows) at 3:49 of round number 1
Bout number 8 at Flyweight:Barb Honchak def Bethany Marshall by TKO at 1:22 of round number 2
Bout number 9 at Bantamweight:Sarah D’alelio def Vanessa Porto by submission (arm bar) at 3:16 of round number 1
Bout number 10 at Bantamweight: Amanda Nunes def Raquel Pa’aluni by submission (rear naked choke) at 2:24of round number 1
Bout number 11at Strawweight:Ayaka Hamasaki def Lacey Schukman by submission (arm bar) at 4:45 of round number 3
Bout number 12 at Bantamweight:Liz Carmouche def Kaitlin Young by submission (rear naked choke) at3:25 of round number 2
Bout number 13 at Bantamweight:Alexis Davis def Hitomi Akano by submission (rear naked choke) at 3:45 of round number 2
Bout number 14 at Bantamweight: Sara McMann def Shayna Baszler by (29-28) (30-27) (29-28) unanimous decision
The first Invicta event was a historic night of fights. The second did not disappoint, with furious action and finishes just as quick and often. Invicta FC on the technical side did have a happy set back to start off the night as there Internet sever got overloaded from too much traffic. The popularity, fan base, and social media buzz just proves to any naysayer that women’s MMA is in demand, a sell able entity, and on the rise.
The women of MMA have their own spotlight to shine on and from the 1st two events the hole promotion is shining like gold. Speaking of gold Shannon Knapp announced that world ranked #1 at Atomweight Naho Sugiayama (8-0) will face world ranked #2 Jessica Pene (9-1) at Invicta FC 3 for the First Ever Invicta FC Atomweight Champion, on October 3rd. Also known is that Sara McMann will compete on the same card in a bout to crown the First Ever Invicta FC Bantamweight, but McMann’s opponent has not been decide on yet. We will keep you up to date as more details develop.
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