Headlined by a featherweight title fight pitting Cris Cyborg vs. Marloes Coenen, Invicta FC 6 will once again stream online from the Ameristar Casino Hotel in Kansas City, Missouri, on July 13, 2013. See the full fight card and line up, inside.
UFC on FOX 8 fight card update: Strikeforce 135-pound women's mixed martial arts (MMA) veterans Julie Kedzie and Germaine de Randamie will make their Octagon debuts against each other at UFC on FOX 8 at KeyArena in Seattle, Wash., on July 27, 2013.
Live results, play-by-play, and discussion of Invicta FC 5 featuring Jessica Penne making her first title defense against Michelle "The Karate Hottie" Waterson, and Cristiane "Cyborg" Santos return to the cage.
Get complete Invicta FC 5 results online, as well as live play-by-play of tonight's (April 5, 2013) all-female pay-per-view (PPV) event that features an weight title fight between Jessica Penne and Michelle Waterson from Kansas City.
MMAmania.com will be your home for all of the Invicta FC 5 weigh-in coverage, which will go down later today. Invicta FC 5 features an atomweight title fight between champion Jessica Penne and challenger Michelle Waterson (pictured).
Tune in to MMAmania.com this Friday night (April 5, 2013) starting at 7 p.m. ET for all the LIVE results and blow-by-blow action of Invicta 5: "Penne vs. Waterson" featuring two title fights and the return of "Cyborg" Santos.
Invicta 5 fight card update: Former Strikeforce womens' featherweight champion Cristiane "Cyborg" Santos has a new opponent, Fiona Muxlow, at Ameristar Casino Hotel Kansas City on April 5, 2013, with Ediane Gomes hurt.
UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey talked about the nearly fatal submission attempt by Liz Carmouche in the UFC 157 main event, saying she was more worried about her bra than the submission attempt.
MMAmania's Brian Hemminger takes a closer look at Saturday night's UFC 157 main event between women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and challenger Liz Carmouche. What's the key to victory for both ladies? Find out below.
Continually referring to Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney as "Bjork" -- perhaps accidentally or perhaps mockingly -- UFC President Dana White voiced doubts that Rebney actually has final say when it comes to running Bellator operations.