Roxanne Modafferi talks anime, sex appeal, best WMMA fighters and facing Sara D’Alelio at Invicta FC 23

Roxanne Modafferi stands as one of the most popular and successful female MMA fighters of all time. Roxanne was one of the first women to try her hands at MMA. She started the sport when it wasn’t the talk of the town and worked for the recognition and acceptance of women in mainstream MMA. She holds a decorated … Read more

UFC fighter punches fan in the jaw

The last time former UFC and Invicta FC strawweight champion Carla Esparza knocked out an opponent is when she stopped Lynn Alvarez in the first-round at Invicta FC 3 back in 2012. However, the 29-year-old “Cookie Monster” recently gave a fan a solid left hook to the jaw that might have KO’d a lesser opponent, especially … Read more

Livia Renata Souza: ‘It’s not easy, but the glory is forever’

Former Invicta FC strawweight champ Livia Renata Souza (10-1) is coming off a first-round TKO win over Ayaka Hamasaki (14-2) last month at Invicta FC 22. It was “Livinha’s” first fight since losing her 115-pound belt to Angela Hill (6-3) via split decision in May 2016. The loss to Hill marked the first defeat in Souza’s pro career … Read more

Watch Cris Cyborg do handstand pushups like a BOSS!

Cris Cyborg has to be one of the hardest working women in all of combat sports. Her training videos show the former Invicta FC featherweight champ accomplishing some rugged workouts and there’s a reason few women want to battle her in the cage. Check out this recent clip of Cyborg doing handstand pushups and a … Read more

Evinger retains title at Invicta FC 22; full results and recap

Tonya Evinger retained her bantamweight title at Invicta FC 22 in Kansas City Saturday night in a rematch against Russian knockout artist Yana Kunitskaya. Their first fight last November ended in controversy after a referee error and was ruled a No Contest. This time Evinger sealed the win with a rear-naked choke submission at 4:32 of … Read more

Jinh Yu Frey: ‘Win by any means necessary and as brutally as possible’

Jinh Yu Frey is one of the most noticeable contenders in the women’s atomweight division. Holding a record of 5-2, with wins over the likes of former Invicta FC atomweight champion Herica Tiburcio, Frey has gone on to establish herself as a legit contender in the 105-pound division. Ahead of her upcoming match at Invicta FC … Read more

In conversation with top women’s MMA featherweight free agent Arlene ‘Angerfist’ Blencowe

Arlene Blencowe is arguably the biggest name in the featherweight division not signed to a major promotion. The Australian holds a decorated MMA record of 8-6, with wins over former Invicta FC featherweight title challenger Faith Van Duin, Bellator top contender Gabrielle Holloway and MMA legend Adrienna Jenkins. Apart from that “Angerfist” is also a … Read more

In conversation with Invicta FC 22’s Miranda Maverick

Rising Missouri strawweight talent Miranda Maverick will meet Kal Holliday (Kalyn Schwartz) at Invicta FC 22 on March 25 live on UFC Fight Pass. “The Maverick” is just 19 but had an impressive 7-1 run as an amateur with six finishes and won her pro MMA debut at Invicta FC 20 with a first-round submission of Samantha Diaz last … Read more

Interview: Agnieszka Niedzwiedz looking for shot at Invicta FC flyweight title

Agnieszka Niedzwiedz is one of the most decorated women flyweight fighters in MMA today. At only 21-years of age and holding a record of 9-0, with wins over the likes of Christine Stanley at Invicta FC 18 last July, and most recently Samara Santos at a regional event in Poland in December, Niedzwiedz has already … Read more

Interview: Cindy Dandois wants to fight Cris Cyborg and doesn’t care what she tested positive for

Belgian fighter Cindy Dandois holds a decorated mixed martial arts record of 8-2 with wins over the likes of UFC vet Jessamyn Duke, Bellator MMA top contender Marloes Coenen, current Invicta FC interim featherweight champion Megan Anderson, and Muay Thai standout Jorina Baars, who holds a win over Cris Cyborg in kickboxing. Despite this many MMA … Read more