If you missed the Invicta FC 2 live stream or if you just want to see the fights again, here is your chance. There was some great action Saturday night in Kansas City and Invicta has graciously began uploading the main card fights even before the event has finished.
The weigh-ins for the all-women’s mixed martial arts card Invicta FC 2 took place Friday in Kansas City, Kan. All the women are now official and the action goes down Saturday night at Memorial Hall. Photographer Tracy Lee shot this photo gallery provided to us courtesy of Invicta at Friday’s weigh-ins.
Weigh-ins for Invicta FC 2 took place this afternoon in Kansas City with Baszler tipping the scales at 135.4 pounds and McMann weighing in at 133.6 pounds for their bantamweight bout. Also, weighing in for a bantamweight co-main event match-up, Alexis Davis stepped on the scales at 134 pounds, while her opponent, Hitomi Akano, weighed135.8 pounds.
Invicta Fighting Championships will stream its much-anticipated Baszler vs. McMann, 14-fight women’s professional Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) event, live in its entirety and free of charge to a worldwide audience on the promotion’s website, InvictaFC.com, from Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kan. on Saturday, July 28.
Battle-tested veteran Nicdali Calanoc-Rivera (7-6) of Tulsa, Okla. will replace Kikuyo Ishikawa in an atomweight (105 pounds) preliminary card matchup against Angelica Chavez (4-1) at the Invicta Fighting Championships 2: Baszler vs. McMann all-women’s professional Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) event at Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kan. on Sat., July 28.
TJ Thompson, the smartest man with the smallest say in Elite XC, will try to get back on the right track with ProElite 3 in Honolulu. The main event is odd matchmaking at its best, but this round of the heavyweight tournament should be a little bit more interesting. Plus, undefeated former Olympian Sara McMann takes on Strikeforce veteran Hitomi Akano. The main card airs live on HDNet on Saturday night at 10 p.m. ET.
With ProElite’s third show coming up on January 21 in Honolulu, Hawaii, the Outsider was lucky enough to land an interview with rising female 135-pound contender Sara McMann.