The best fighters in Europe have ascended on Bucharest, Romania for the Internationale MMA Federation European Championships.
Among those competing will be 40 female athletes in six divisions. The event will also mark the first ever junior female championship division (ages 18-20).
The stream will cost $5.80 for all 5 days and can be seen here.
Here are the draws and results, which will be updated daily. Continue reading IMMAF 2018 European Championships Results
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It took a year for Valerie Letourneau to return to the cage and it wasn’t easy.
The star told us during an interview this past week the airline lost her luggage in her debut for Bellator in Newcastle, England. She took things in stride an was able to get an unanimous decision win over hometown favorite Kate Jackson. She was relieved to have not had much cage rust at all. Having to cut to 125 rather than 115 was also a relief, as she feels stronger and more healthy. Continue reading Valerie Letourneau: From Bellator Debut to Title Hunt
With over 6 years as an organization, InvictaFC will hold their 30th event July 21st in Kansas City.
The main event was announced at InvictaFC 29 as Jinh Yu Frey and Minna Grusander will fight for the vacant atomweight title.
The rest of the card was announced this week with every weight class represented. Continue reading InvictaFC 30 Announces Full Line-up for 30th Event
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“I feel like a big weight have been released of my shoulders! I was very nervous but never hesitating of what I was gonna do, I needed to believe in myself and my abilities.”
This was Pannie Kianzad’s reaction when she won a few weeks ago at InvictaFC 29 in Kansas City. She was undefeated in 8 straight fights before she lost to three of the top bantamweights in the promotion. She ended the skid with an unanimous decision win over Bianca Daimoni. She also looked like her old self in the bout. What does she credit for breaking the losing streak? Continue reading Pannie Kianzad on Getting Her Grove Back and Her Quick Turnaround
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With the UFC in desperate need of featherweights, they put out the call for women yo come to Las Vegas for The Ultimate Fighter casing call Tuesday. Thirty athletes showed up for the tryouts for the 28th season of the show.
The champion Cris “Cyborg” Justino was on hand to cover who maybe a new contender for her in the coming years. She also welcomed the hopefuls to dinner Tuesday night. Continue reading 30 Try Out for TUF 28
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It was 14 year ago when the fledgling HDNet decided it wanted in the MMA game. In 2018 as AXS TV Fights, it has proven to be an outlet to build stars.
AXS TV will be featuring the history of fighting on the network in “Cageside 400” Friday night at 6 p.m. pst/9 p.m. est. The special will feature commentators, analysts, and others who worked on events over the past 11 years. Continue reading After 400 Events, How AXS TV/HDNet Fights Made Women’s Combat History
The former Tuff-n-uff Bantamweight champion Serena De Jesus made a successful professional debut Saturday at Fusion Fight League and Intense Championship Fighting’s co-promotion in Great Falls, Montana with a unanimous decision win over fellow pro debutante Kelly Clayton. Continue reading Video – Serena DeJesus Discusses First Pro Win
Kelly Clayton isn’t a name most fans would recognize, but she is looking to change that Saturday night.
Clayton takes on fellow pro debutante Serena DeJesus at Intense Championship Fighting Saturday in Great Falls, Montana, which will stream on Fite.tv. Clayton is coming off three straight wins and looking to continue her winning ways.
We had a chance to talk to Clayton about her upcoming fight and background into how she got into MMA. Continue reading Kelly Clayton Looks to Stay Fearless in Pro Debut
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It has been six months since Ilima-Lei MacFarlane won the inaugural Bellator flyweight champion. It will be another two until we see her back in action.
This past week, the promotion announced MacFarlane’s first title defense will be against Alejandra Lara in Temeucla, California June 29th. This will be sort of a homecoming for the champ, as she made her Bellator debut in the same venue a little less than three years ago. Continue reading Bellator Champion Ilima-Lei MacFarlane Talks Young Guns and Title Run
With the bantamweight title continual vacant because of athletes signing to the UFC, Invicta looks to make sure the bantamweight division is continuing expanding.
Their 29th outing will return to Kansas City May 4th and sees four bantamweight fights on the card, including the already announced Sarah Kaufman looking for her second world title facing the undefeated Katharina Lehner. Continue reading InvictaFC 29 Card Sees Important Bantamweight Fights; Fresh New Talent
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It was hard to think that Pearl Gonzalez wasn’t a hometown athlete at InvictaFC 29 in Salt Lake City, but the Chicago native and San Diego resident had the biggest pop of the night from the crowd. Continue reading Invicta’s Pearl Gonzalez Ready to Shine in New Promotional Home
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Coming off their debut in Salt Lake City, Invicta is already gearing up for their next card, with an announcement in just a few days about the May 4th event in Kansas City. Continue reading Invicta to Expand to More Combat Sports; Featherweight MMA Title in Limbo