Photo gallery: Invicta FC 4 weigh-ins

Photographer Esther Lin snapped these photos of the main card fighters from the Invicta FC 4 weigh-ins on Friday in Kansas City. The action goes down live via online Pay-Per-View Saturday on www.invictafc.com. You are not going to want to miss the rising all female mixed martial arts fight promotion that is Invicta Fighting Championships as they kick off 2013 with a stacked card headlined with a strawweight title fight between Carla Esparza and Australia’s Bec Hyatt.

Carla Esparza (left) will put her three-fight win streak on the line against “Rowdy” Bec Hyatt (right) in the main event and first-ever Invicta Fighting Championships world strawweight (115 pounds) title fight tomorrow/Saturday, Jan. 5 at Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kan., live on InvictaFC.com. Photo Credit: Esther Lin / Invicta Fighting Championships
Invicta FC 4 co-main event opponents and top-ranked bantamweight (135 pounds) stars Shayna Baszler (left) and Alexis Davis (right) put on a show for the crowd after hitting the scales. Photo Credit: Esther Lin / Invicta Fighting Championships
Leslie “The Peacemaker” Smith (left) will look to notch her second! consecutive win in the Invicta FC cage tomorrow when she faces Raquel “Rocky” Pennington (right) in a bantamweight contest. Photo Credit: Esther Lin / Invicta Fighting Championships
Hard punching KO artist Amanda Nunes (left) and submission specialist Sarah D’Alelio (right) clowned around on stage after weighing in for their bantamweight matchup. Photo Credit: Esther Lin / Invicta Fighting Championships
Ediane Gomes (left) will battle Hiroko Yamanaka (right) in a featherweight (145 pounds) collision. Photo Credit: Esther Lin / Invicta Fighting Championships
Rising star Joanne Calderwood (left) will put her perfect professional record on the line against unbeaten Matt Lindland protégé and Muay Thai champion Livia Von Plettenberg (right) in a strawweight tilt. Photo Credit: Esther Lin / Invicta Fighting Championships
In Invicta FC 4 preliminary card action, Xtreme Couture upstart Katalina Malungahu (left) will square off with Veronica Rothenhausler (right), who made headlines in July after scoring her second consecutive five-second KO as an amateur. Rothenhausler makes her highly-anticipated professional debut tomorrow. Photo Credit: Esther Lin / Invicta Fighting Championships
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