Invicta FC 6 LIVE results and play-by-play

Invicta FC 6 is headlined with a 145-pound rematch between Marloes Coenen and Cris Cyborg for the inaugural Invicta FC Featherweight Title. The two first did battle in Strikeforce in 2010 with Cyborg winning via third round TKO. Will she put on a repeat performance tonight?

ProMMAnow.com (www.prommanow.com) will provide LIVE results and play-by-play commentary during the fights so join us for the discussion.

Invicta FC 6 results: ‘Cyborg’ destroys Marloes Coenen, earns featherweight title

Cris “Cyborg” is once again a champion. “Cyborg” systematically dismantled Marloes Coenen, punishing Coenen with an unrelenting attack that resulted in a TKO stoppage at 4:02 of the fourth round. The dominating victory earned “Cyborg” the inaugural Invicta FC featherweight championship.

Weidman vs. Silva rematch set for UFC 168 in December, Rousey vs. Tate co-main event

UFC President Dana White said that Anderson Silva would agree to a rematch just hours after losing his UFC middleweight crown to Chris Weidman at UFC 162. White announced on ESPN today that the rematch is set to take place at UFC 168 on December 28th at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

Invicta FC 6 results: Claudia Gadelha finishes Ayaka Hamasaki with strikes, earns title shot

Claudia Gadelha used a stifling top game to control and dominate Ayaka Hamasaki on the ground before finishing her with strikes at 3:58 of the final round. Not only does the TKO victory keep Gadelha undefeated, but more importantly sets her up to face Invicta FC strawweight champion Carla Esparza.

Invicta FC 6 results: Lauren Taylor defeats Sarah D’Alelio by unanimous decision

Lauren Taylor came in undefeated but was pushed to the limit by Sarah D’Alelio. Both fighters engaged in a three round war of attrition that saw Taylor keep her record unblemished with a unanimous decision victory with scores of 30-27, 29-28, and 29-28.

Invicta FC 6 results: Leslie Smith outguns Jennifer Maia, earns unanimous decision victory

If anyone had any concerns that Leslie Smith’s drop to flyweight would affect her cardio and punching output, those concerns can be put to rest. Smith battered Jennifer Maia over three rounds with her high volume attack of strikes en route to a unanimous decision victory.