Tacoma, Washington will yet again host the Cage Sport/Super Fight League co-promote card Saturday night.
On the docket, InvictaFC star Christine Stanley (5-2) looks to come back from a loss to facing one of the up and coming talents in the northwest Liz Tracy (2-1).
The match will stream below at 7:30 p.m. pacific/10:30 eastern.
We are 10 weeks away from 2017 and we have had an action packed year so far.
About 320 pro female bouts opened the first six months year and we are looking to close with at least another 320 fights in the second half. The next 72 days sees 82 fights set, with more being announced in the coming weeks.
Here is some highlights of what’s to come as we close 2016. Continue reading What Does the Rest of 2016 Hold in the Women’s Divisions?
The demand for strawweights have been growing, and with several names not a part of the UFC and Invicta, several names stands out.
One of the top athletes on that list is former XFC champion Pearl Gonzalez. The 6-1 fighter has been recovering from injury and is about ready to return to action in the next few months. Teammates with UFC fighter Liz Carmouche and Bellator’s Ilima Lei MacFarlane, she is looking to join her teammates in the more prominent promotions. Continue reading Video – Pearl Gonzalez Talks Recover; Future in the Strawweight Division
Invicta will be hitting another milestone.
Their 20th offering has been announced for November 18th in Kansas City, Missouri, and will air on UFC Fight Pass.
The main event features Tonya Evinger defending her bantamweight title against Russia’s Yana Kunitskaya. The dominate Evinger (17-6) has defend her title twice so far with wins over Pannie Kianzad and Colleen Schneider. Continue reading InvictaFC 20 Card Announced; 135 and 115 Straps on the Line
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Natasha Creger is a name that newer MMA fans might not be aware of.
Starting her MMA career in 2008, she was one of the first true atomweight fighters. For the past few tyears, a neck injury sidelined her from fighting or even training. This didn’t stop her from building and growing Chute Boxe USA with Gerson Schilipacke, which she discussed in part 1 of our interview.
Creger also kept her eye on what was going on in the sport she loved and also passing advice to male and female fighters alike. Continue reading Video – Natasha Creger Talks Recovering from Injury; Marketing of Female Fighters
Anderson Silva. Wanderlei Silva. Mauricio Rua. Cris “Cyborg” Justino.
These are some of the top names in MMA who started at Brazil’s Chute Boxe Academy. The camp’s aggressive style has made it a go to for MMA and Muay Thai fighters from across the worlds. Continue reading Video – Natasha Creger Talks New Chute Boxe Gym; Popularity of Muay Thai
Don’t let her amateur record fool you.
Danielle Mack is just someone who has never backed down from a challenge. Looking to drop to flyweight soon, Mack has fought has high as featherweight taking on women stronger and taller.
Mack is coming back from injury to take on Brittney Victoria Grizzelle at Spar Star’s October 21st event in Studio City, California.
We talked to Mack at her gym to discuss training locally, her hopes of fighting at 125, and what drove her to take up MMA.
Since her loss to Ronda Rousey, Julia Budd has been on a tear winning her past six fights. Since her signing to Bellator, the #3 ranked featherweight has lined herself up for a possible title fight.
Budd’s next test is against Australian Arlene Belncowe, a world champion boxer at Bellator 162 in Memphis, Tennessee Octber 21 which will stream on Bellator.com.
Serena “Southpaw” DeJesus joins us as a co-host as we discuss Budd’s weight cutting methods, the state of the featherweight division, and her quest to become a Bellator champion.
Cris Cyborg Justino made weight at 141 pounds on Friday ahead of her match with Saturday against Lina Lansberg in Brasilia, Brazil for UFC Fight Night. Lansberg tipped the scales at 140 pounds. The match will air on Fox Sports 1 as the main event. Continue reading Watercoler: UFC 205 Adds Jędrzejczyk vs. Kowalkiewicz; Tate vs. Pennington
Invicta is back again in Kansas City, with this time two title matches on the docket.
Interim flyweight champion Jennifer Maia will face season vet and fan favorite Roxanne Modafferi to deteramin the undisputed InvictaFC title. News brple shortly after weigh-ins that champion Barb Honchak has been stripped of her belt due to inactivity. Continue reading InvictaFC 19 Primer
BJPenn.com is reporting Ronda Rousey may return for UFC 207 December 30th in Las Vegas in a title match with champion Amanda Nunes.
UFC President Dana White told the press this week he is very interested now in a fight between Cris “Cyborg” Justino and Ronda Rousey. This is a vast change from hos stance on only holding the fight at 135 for the title. Continue reading Watercooler: Rousey’s Return Date? Cooper vs. Elmose Announced & More
Katlyn Chookagian got her wish to fight in Madison Square Garden and Liz Carmouche will make history again.
The two were announced Thursday for UFC 205 in New York City on November 12th and will be the first ever pro female MMA bout in the historic arena. Carmouche made history in 2013 be one of the first female fighters to fight in the UFC alongside then champ Ronda Rousey.
Chookagian (8-0) won her first fight inside the octagon in July with an unanimous decision win over former InvictaFc champ Lauren Murphy. The two division CFFC champ is a New Jersey native will fight fight in front of her hometown fans.
Carmouche (10-5) is also coming off a win over Lauren Murphy. She is returning after a nearly a year and a half absence. She has been grappling in her time away from the octagon, recently submitting Maria Henderson in a match at EBI 8 this past weekend.
The match will most likely air on the Fox Sports 1 prelims November 12.