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

Catching up with Invicta FC flyweight champ Jennifer Maia

Chute Boxe Academy’s Jennifer Maia is on a five-fight winning streak and the current Invicta FC flyweight champion. She holds a record of 14-4-1 and with victories over the likes of current UFC contender Jessica Andrade, The Ultimate Fighter 18 contender Roxanne Modafferi, MMA legend Vanessa Porto and longtime standout Zoila Frausto, Maia has established herself as … Read more

Roxanne Modafferi talks longevity, philosophy and upcoming Invicta FC title fight

Invicta FC 19 takes place Sept. 23 in Kansas City and will be headlined with a interim flyweight championship as Jennifer Maia (13-4-1) defends her belt against women’s MMA pioneer Roxanne “The Happy Warrior” Modafferi (19-12). Roxanne has looked great since her return to the 125-pound division and has won four of her five matches since … Read more

Pro MMA Now women’s flyweight (125 pound) rankings for August 2016

The women’s flyweight division is officially the most underrepresented and underrated division in all of MMA. Despite producing some of the most talented fighters in the history of women’s MMA, the division has no has no representation in some of the largest MMA organizations in the world. Although UFC had its first ever women’s flyweight … Read more

Two title bouts headline Invicta FC 16 in March; full card announced

Next month’s Invicta FC 16 card will feature two championship bouts as newly crowned atomweight champion Ayaka Hamasaki (12-1) defends her title for the first time against submission ace Amber “The Bully” Brown (6-1) in the main event. And Vanessa Porto (18-6) and Jennifer Maia (12-4-1) will battle it out in the co-headliner for the interim flyweight … Read more

Invicta FC 7 returns to PPV on December 7

Integrated Sports Media announced today that it will distribute Invicta Fighting Championships 7, featuring three world title fights, on pay-per-view in North America, Saturday night, December 7, live from Ameristar Casino Hotel in Kansas City, Missouri.

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.

ProMMAnow.com Invicta FC 6 staff picks

It’s ladies’ night as several of the world’s top female mixed martial artists gather in Kansas City for Invicta FC 6. Will Cris Cyborg continue her reign of terror? Will Leslie Smith keep the peace? Will Jessica Penne get back on track after losing her atomweight title in April? We attempt to answer these questions and more in ProMMAnow.com’s Invicta FC 6 staff picks.

Full Invicta FC 6 fight card announced

Cyborg vs Coenen

“Invicta FC 6: Cyborg vs. Coenen 2” will be held Saturday, July 13, at Ameristar Casino Hotel in Kansas City, Mo. The 13-fight card will be headlined with two championship bouts including Cris Cyborg taking on Marloes Coenen in the main event for Invicta’s inaugural 145-pound title, and reigning 115-pound champion Carla Esparza puts her title on the line against undefeated Ayaka Hamasaki in the co-main event.

Invicta FC 6: Leslie Smith vs. Jennifer Maia set, winner gets flyweight title shot

Leslie “The Peacemaker” Smith (5-3-1) has signed a new, multi-fight agreement with the Invicta FC all women’s MMA promotion and will drop from bantamweight (135 pounds) to flyweight (125 pounds) and challenge Jennifer Maia (7-2) at Ameristar Casino Hotel Kansas City on Saturday, July 13.