InvictaFC 14 Full Card Announced

invicta 14 posterWith Alexa Grasso out due to injury, a new main event has been announced for InvictaFC 14.

Tonya Evinger will make her first title defense against former Cage Warriors champion Pannie Kianzad at the promotion’s 14th offering  Saturday, September 12 in Kansas City, MO. The full card was announced Monday.

Evinger (16-5) won the title with a TKO win over Irene Aldana last month and extender her win streak to seven. Undefeated Kianzad (8-0) won her promotional debut on the same card, getting the unanimous decision over Jessy Rose Clark.


The two other matches announced at the InvictaFC 13 presser are still on with former strawweight champion Katja Kankaanpaa taking on the undefeated DeAnna Bennett. Kankaanpaa (10-2-1) lost the belt to Livia Souza this past April after winning the belt in 2014. Bennett (7-0)  is coming off an unanimous decision win in her strawweight debut.


The other previously announced match could steal the show, as Hawaii’s Rachael Ostovich (21) takes on Louisiana’s Andrea Lee (2-1). Both fighters impressed fans in their promotional debuts. Lee is coming off a decision loss to Roxanne Modafferi, while Ostovich is coming off a split decision win over Evva Johnson.


Speaking of Modafferi, she returns to action as she faces promotional newcomer Mariana Morais. Coming off a loss to title contender Vanessa Porto, Modafferi is looking to get back in the title hunt. Brazil’s Morais is on a five fight win streak with six of her total wins by submission.


The other flyweight bout set for the card is Aspen Ladd battling Amanda Bobby Cooper. Ladd won her pro debut with a first round TKO over Ana Carolina Vidal in February. Cooper was supposed to make her Invicta debut last year but an injury sidelined her. Cooper won her pro debut, defeating Brittany Dugas by submission.


Undefeated Jamie Moyle looks to continue her climb up the strawweight ranks taking on wrestling expert  Sharon Jacobson. Both are coming off decisions wins and won their past three fights.


The third strawweight match on the card sees JJ Aldrich looking to get back on the winning track taking on IMMAF 2014 amateur tournament winner Daniela Kortmann. Aldrich lost to Moyle last year, but won her promotionbal debut over Delaney Owens. German’s Kortmann turned pro shortly after winning the IMMAF strawweight title and will be the first tournament champion to compete in Invicta.


Cindy Dandois looks to get her first win in Invicta taking on Australia’s Megan Anderson in her promotional debut. Dandois, a training partner of Miesha Tate, has a notable win over Marloes Coenen. Anderson has won four straight with back to back submission wins.


In the lone atomweight fight on the card, Jinh Yu Frey and  Liz McCarthy look to get back in the title hunt. McCarthy is coming off a split decision loss to Amber Brown, while Frye is coming off a submission win over Cassie Robb.


Rounding out the card in a battle of lightweights, Rachel Wiley will make her pro debut against Tuff-n-uff tournament winner Felicia Spencer .

Wiley went 6-2 as an amateur, with her only loss being by a close split decision. Spenser went 5-1 as an amateur and earned her Invicta by winning a tournament at Tuff-n-uff.


All the fight will stream on UFC Fight Pass September 12th.

Complete card:

Bantamweight Title: Tonya Evinger (16-5) vs. Pannie Kianzad (8-0)
Strawweight: Katja Kankaanpaa (10-2-1) vs. DeAnna Bennett (7-0)
Flyweight: Roxanne Modafferi (17-12) vs. Mariana Morais (9-2)
Flyweight: Rachael Ostovich (2-1) vs. Andrea Lee (2-1)
Featherweight: Cindy Dandois (5-2) vs. Megan Anderson (4-1)
Strawweight: Jamie Moyle (3-0) vs. Sharon Jacobson (3-1)
Atomweight: Jinh Yu Frey (3-1) vs. Liz McCarthy (2-1)
Strawweight: J.J. Aldrich (1-1) vs. Daniela Kortmann (1-0)
Flyweight: Aspen Ladd (1-0) vs. Amanda Bobby Cooper (1-0)
Lightweight: Rachel Wiley (0-0) vs. Felicia Spencer (0-0)

2 thoughts on “InvictaFC 14 Full Card Announced”

  1. another look at the globe – first kudo and boo for rousey up ^ on mayweather and stance for fellow dnbz yet 😱 on her put down on invicta fc over pay n attendence issues than to focus on cyborg… another cyndi lauper true colors shining through… as other women make or get alot less in regional or local promos. Film in the valley will be interesting with whos funding n producing along w E Holden.
    now to the ball
    Bantamweight Title: Tonya Evinger (16-5) vs. Pannie Kianzad (8-0)
    expect Pannie based on previous title and ammy status in eu.
    Strawweight: Katja Kankaanpaa (10-2-1) vs. DeAnna Bennett (7-0)
    katja returns to her killer bunny if she gets DeAnna back or ground
    Flyweight: Roxanne Modafferi (17-12) vs. Mariana Morais (9-2)
    Smiling Roxie holds on in decision based on experience Mariana needs to gas her and take her chin to win.
    Flyweight: Rachael Ostovich (2-1) vs. Andrea Lee (2-1) Frienemies in cage expect nose surgery and 2 leg take down attempts Lee due to her sinrox damage stats
    Featherweight: Cindy Dandois (5-2) vs. Megan Anderson (4-1) – reach favors Megan
    Strawweight: Jamie Moyle (3-0) vs. Sharon Jacobson (3-1) toughest to call amongst 2 grapplers though Jaime has lower center of gravity and slippery. FOTN peobabilty
    Atomweight: Jinh Yu Frey (3-1) vs. Liz McCarthy (2-1) Liz rebounds by following womens scr start fast end strong while Jinh contemplates future
    Strawweight: J.J. Aldrich (1-1) vs. Daniela Kortmann (1-0) – great across the pond challenge Daniela has all around grapplin and punch power. this one could be a war…
    Flyweight: Aspen Ladd (1-0) vs. Amanda Bobby Cooper (1-0) ABC returns follows Callies lead in return from injury
    Lightweight: Rachel Wiley (0-0) vs. Felicia Spencer (0-0) Felicia on power and upper body control.

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