Invicta FC 10: Waterson vs. Tiburcio is a mixed martial arts event that took place on December 5, 2014. Fight Card: Main Card Atomweight Michelle Waterson(c) vs. Herica Tiburcio Bantamweight Tonya Evinger vs. Cindy Dandois Flyweight Roxanne Modafferi vs. Andrea Lee Flyweight DeAnna Bennett vs. Jennifer Maia Preliminary Card Featherweight Peggy Morgan vs. Andria Wawro Strawweight Alexa Grasso vs. Alida Gray Atomweight Jinh Yu Frey vs. Cassie Robb Flyweight Rachael Ostovich vs. Evva Johnson
Invicta FC 30: Frey vs. Grusander was a mixed martial arts event to be headlined by Jinh Yu Frey vs. Minna Grusander fighting for the vacant atomweight championship. Alesha Zappitella was scheduled to fight Shino VanHoose but VanHoose pulled out due to injury and was replaced by Jillian DeCoursey. Kerri Kenneson was set to fight Alexa Conners but Conners pulled out due to injury. Stephanie Geltmacher, who had her Bellator fight cancelled on July 12, stepped in to replace Conners.
Invicta FC 15: Cyborg vs. Ibragimova was a mixed martial arts event that was headlined by an Invicta FC Featherweight Championship bout with champion Cristiane "Cyborg" Justino defending against Russian newcomer Daria Ibragimova. The event was originally scheduled to feature Cyborg dropping down in weight but it was later decided that she would remain at 145 and defend her championship.
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Invicta is an independent feature film set in World War 2, based on actual accounts of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF). The film follows a small group of British soldiers on their journey through war-torn France leading up to the evacuation of Dunkirk in May 1940.
Invicta FC 26: Maia vs. Niedwiedz was a mixed martial arts event headlined by Jennifer Maia defending her flyweight championship against top contender Agnieszka Niedzwiedz. Vanessa Porto was scheduled to fight Jessica-Rose Clark, but Clark accepted a fight with the UFC and was replaced by Milana Dudieva. On November 13, Invicta announced the signing of the undefeated Mackenzie Dern to debut against Kaline Medeiros. Janaisa Morandin was scheduled to fight Mizuki Inoue, but Mizuki pulled out of the fight on November 27 and was replaced by Kinberly Novaes
Invicta FC 17: Evinger vs. Schneider was a mixed martial arts event that was headlined by an Invicta FC Bantamweight Championship bout as champion Tonya Evinger defends against Colleen Schneider. The co-main event will feature Livia Renata Souza defending her Invicta FC Strawweight Championship against Angela Hill. Aline Serrio was scheduled to fight Mizuki Inoue but Mizuki was replaced by Kaline Medeiros due to an injury in training. An atomweight bout between newcomers Tessa Simpson and Julia Jones was scheduled but removed from the card on the week of the event.
Invicta FC 32: Spencer vs. Sorenson was a mixed martial arts event headlined by Felicia Spencer vs. Pam Sorenson for the vacant Invicta FC Featherweight Championship. The event will also feature the Invicta return of Kaitlin Young, who had been working as a matchmaker for the company.
Invicta FC 24: Dudieva vs. Borella was a mixed martial arts event originally scheduled to be headlined by Megan Anderson; defending her featherweight championship against Helena Kolesnyk. However, Megan was signed by the UFC. As a result, Invicta bantamweight champion Tonya Evinger would move up to featherweight to replace Anderson in the fight against Kolesnyk. However, Anderson would end up pulling out of her UFC fight which then led to Evinger stepping in for that fight, removing her from this event. Due to the change, Helena Kolesnyk received a new opponent in Pam Sorenson while the previous co-main event of Milana Dudieva vs. Mara Romero Borella was moved up to become the new main event. A bout between Yana Kunitskaya and Raquel Pa'aluhi was removed with plans to reschedule due to Kunitskaya suffering an injury. The fight between Mallory Martin and Tiffany Masters was cancelled the day before the event due to medical issues.
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Invicta FC 6: Coenen vs. Cyborg was a mixed martial arts event held on 13th July 2013. The event will be headlined by Marloes Coenen vs Cristiane Santos to crown the first Invicta FC Featherweight Champion. It has been stated that the winner between Leslie Smith and Jennifer Maia will get a title shot against Flyweight Champion Barb Honchak
Invicta FC 4: Esparza vs. Hyatt was a mixed martial arts event held on January 5, 2013 at the Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas. The event will be headlined by a strawweight championship bout between Carla Esparza and Bec Hyatt. Esparza was originally scheduled to fight Ayaka Hamasaki for the title but Hamasaki pulled out of the fight due to commitments to defending her JEWELS lightweight title in December and was replaced by undefeated Brazilian fighter Claudia Gadelha. On December 28, Gadelha was forced to withdraw from the main event title fight after suffering a broken nose in training. Gadelha was replaced by Bec Hyatt, who was originally set to face Joanne Calderwood.
Invicta FC 9 was headlined by Barb Honchak defending her flyweight championship against Takayo Hashi. The co-main event was be Mizuki Inoue against Karolina Kowalkiewicz.
Invicta FC 19: Maia vs. Modafferi was a mixed martial arts event that was headlined by Jennifer Maia defending her flyweight championship against Roxanne Modafferi. The event's co-main event featured atomweight champion Ayaka Hamasaki defending her title against top contender Jinh Yu Frey.
Invicta FC 2: Baszler vs. McMann was a mixed martial arts event held on July 28, 2012 at the Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas. Like the first event, it was made available as a free stream on the promotion's official website. The event was headlined by 2004 Summer Olympics women's freestyle wrestling silver medalist Sara McMann and Shayna Baszler. It will be the second event of the promotion. Jessica Phillipus missed weight for her bout and forfeited 25% of her fight purse. After the event, fight of the night (US$1,500 bonus to each fighter) went to Sara McMann and Shayna Baszler who competed in the main event. Two submission of the night bonuses (US$1,000 bonus) were awarded to Sarah D'Alelio and Alexis Davis.
Invicta FC 3: Penne vs Sugiyama was a mixed martial arts event to be held on October 6, 2012 at the Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas. Invicta President Shannon Knapp has announced that the event would feature the first championship bout for Invicta Fighting Championships. Invicta continued their partnership with JEWELS as Jessica Penne will face unbeaten JEWELS Featherweight Queen (105 lb.) Naho Sugiyama for the Invicta FC Atomweight Championship. Tara LaRosa (127.6 lbs) and Lacey Schuckman (106.2 lbs) failed to make weight at the weigh in. Schuckman was able to get within 1 pound of her 105 weight class limit within the next two hours and was fined 10% of her purse. LaRosa was not able to get within one pound of 125 pounds within two hours and was fined 25% of her purse.
Invicta FC 29: Kaufman vs. Lehner was a mixed martial arts event headlined by Sarah Kaufman vs. Katharina Lehner fighting for the vacant bantamweight championship. Lisa Spangler was set to fight Yaya Rincon but the week of the event, Rincon pulled out of the bout and was replaced by Sarah Kleczka. 19 year old Croatian prospect Adriana Vukovic was scheduled to make her debut at this event but an opponent was not found for her, pushing her debut back to a future event.
Invicta FC 12: Kankaanpää vs. Souza was a mixed martial-arts event headlined by Katja Kankaanpää defending her strawweight championship against Livia Renata Souza. Sijara Eubanks was scheduled to fight Roma Pawelek but Pawlek pulled out due to injury the week of the event and was replaced by Gina Begley. A fight between Cassie Rodish and Stephanie Skinner was originally scheduled but Skinner suffered an injury on the week of the show and the fight was pulled from the event.
Invicta FC 28: Mizuki vs. Jandiroba was a mixed martial arts event headlined by Mizuki Inoue vs. Virna Jandiroba fighting for the vacant strawweight championship. The event was originally scheduled to feature Virna Jandiroba vs. Janaisa Morandin for the title but Morandin pulled out of the fight on March 2. Mizuki was initially set to face Milana Dudieva before stepping in to replace Morandin in the main event. As a result, Dudieva was matched against Christina Marks.