17309462_1326876197405084_1372892133694602859_nMARCH RESULTS

Friday – 3rd
(155) – Sarah Patterson defeats Tamikka Brents via RNC in round 1 at Gateway Fighting Series: Destiny

Bellator MMA 174
(145 title) – Julia Budd defeats Marloes Coenen via TKO at 2:42 of round 4
(125) – Emily Ducote defeats Katy Collins via RNC at 4:53 of round 1
(145) – Gabby Holloway defeats Alexis Dufresne via TKO at 2:53 of round 2

Saturday – 4th
(115) – Cynthia Calvillo defeats Amanda Cooper via RNC at 3:19 of round 1 at UFC 209

(105) – Catherine Costigan ‏defeats Wendy McKenna via Split Decision at Cage Warriors 81

(132) – Karine Gevorgyan defeats Azahara Sanchez via TKO in round 1 at Mix Fight

(125) – Maguy Berchel defeats Ainara Mota via RNC at 2:30 of round 2 at Gladiator Fighting Arena 6

() – Xiomara Piriz defeats Laura Rivero via Submission in round 1 at Parana Heroes Fight

(121) – Nicole Stoll defeats Isabella Zechmeister via Unanimous Decision at Austrian Fight Challenge 5

Glory of Heroes 7
(123) – Aline Sattelmayer defeats Bo Meng via KO(knee to the body) in round 2
(115) – Ariane Carnelossi defeats Feier Huang via TKO in round 2

Friday – 10th
(115) – Mackenzie Dern defeats Katherine Roy via Unanimous Decision at LFA 6

Saturday – 11th
(135) – Marion Reneau and Bethe Correia fight to a Majority Draw at UFC Fight Night 106

(135 title) – Mayra Bueno Silva defeats Daiane Firmino via Split Decision at Batalha MMA 5

(115) – Tiffany Masters defeats Miki Rogers via Anaconda Choke at :56 of round 1 at KOTC: Bloody War

(115) – Sofie Langsford defeats Jade Barker via TKO at 3:28 of round 2 at Shock n’ Awe 24

(130) – Sarah Payant defeats Tammy Worrick via Armbar at 4:29 of round 1 at Premier FC 22

(115) – Pâmela Mara defeats Bruna Brasil via Unanimous Decision at MFC

(125 title) – Estefani Almeida defeats Cristiane Lima via TKO in round 3 at Mr Cage 26

ONE Championship 53: Warrior Kingdom
(115 title) – Angela Lee defeats Jenny Huang via TKO at 3:37 of round 3
(115) – Rika Ishige defeats Audreylaura Boniface via TKO at 4:32 of round 1

Rock the Cage 6
(135) – Stef Schmidt defeats Evelina Puidaite via Armbar at 1:05 of round 1
(162) – Gemma Pike defeats Katharina Albinus via TKO(medical stoppage) at 5:00 of round 2

WLF W.A.R.S 12
(130) – Na Liang defeats Hara Dimitroula via Armbar at :38 of round 1
(140) – Yanan Wu defeats Zuriana Makoeva via TKO at 3:19 of round 2
(135) – Liliya defeats Tao Li via RNC at 4:45 of round 1

(125) – Emiko Raika defeats Jin Hee Kang via Unanimous Decision
(102) – Ye-Ji Lee defeats Shinashi Satoko via Unanimous Decision
(110) – Jeong Eun Park defeats Na Young Park via TKO at 2:07 of round 2
(105) – So Hee Lim defeats Hana Date via Unanimous Decision
(115) – Emi Fujino defeats Natalya Denisova via RNC at 1:25 of round 2
(115) – Yu-ri Shim defeats Shiho Harada via Unanimous Decision
(110) – Xiangjie Wang defeats Yoon Ha Hong via Unanimous Decision

Sunday – 12th
(115) – Ayaka Miura defeats Magdalena Sormova via Unanimous Decision at Pancrase 285

Friday – 17th
Invictus Fighters 16
(125) – Silvana Gomez Juarez defeats Maria Vega via TKO in round 1
(135) – Eliana Lourdes Oviedo defeats Romina Aguirre via Unanimous Decision

Saturday – 18th
(135) – Lina Lansberg defeats Lucie Pudilova via Unanimous Decision at UFC Fight Night 107

(135) – Sarah Kaufman defeats Jessy Jess via Unanimous Decision at Battlefield FC 1

(115) – Cynthia Arceo defeats Peggy Ross via KO(head kick) at 3:38 of round 2 at KOTC: Supernova

(135) – Claire Todd defeats Mel Zeman via Split Decision at Brace 47

(125) – Barbara Acioly defeats Jamie Thorton via Triangle Choke in round 1 at GKO 9

(112) – Ye Dam Seo defeats Ji Yeon Seo via TKO at 4:46 of round 3 at Top FC 14

(115 title) – Natalia Silva defeats Simone Silva via Unanimous Decision at Vegas Fight Night

(145) – Maria Messer defeats Amanda Miller via Split Decision at Fieldhouse Fight Night 6

Aspera FC 50
(135) – Gisele Moreira defeats Karol Rosa via Majority Decision
(105) – Silvania Monteiro defeats Indianara Machado via TKO at :24 of round 1

MMA Beatdown 20
(135) – Alexa Conners defeats Mariah Prussia via TKO in round 1
(115) – Emily Whitmire defeats Ronni Nanney via Unanimous Decision

Sunday – 19th
(115) – Cris Macfer defeats Luana Pinheiro via Split Decision at All Fights

Wednesday – 22nd
(175) – Maura Tynanes defeats Avril Straub via RNC in round 1 at Alaska FC 130

Friday – 24th
(115) – Itzel Esquivel defeats Brandi Narvaez via Triangle Armbar at 4:35 of round 1 at LFA 7

Saturday – 25th
(125) – Diana Filipa defeats Valérie Domergue via Armbar at 2:04 of round 1 at KOC 10

(125) – Monica Medina defeats Ashley Samples via Triangle Choke in round 1 at Blood & Sand 21

Bonito ECO Fight 1
(135) – Sidy Rocha defeats Lais Furlan via Unanimous Decision
(115) – Edna Ajala defeats Ana Mantovani via Head & Arm Choke in round 1

Invicta FC 22
(135 title) – Tonya Evinger defeats Yana Kunitskaya via RNC at 4:32 of round 2
(115) – Livia Renata Souza defeats Ayaka Hamasaki via KO(punches) at 1:41 of round 1
(115) – Jodie Esquibel defeats DeAnna Bennett via Split Decision
(105) – Ashley Cummins defeats Amber Brown via Unanimous Decision
(115) – Sunna Rannveig Davíðsdóttir defeats Mallory Martin via Unanimous Decision
(115) – Miranda Maverick defeats Kal Holliday via Armbar at 3:01 of round 1
(145) – Felicia Spencer defeats Madison McElhaney via Unanimous Decision

Sunday – 26th
(115) – Joice Mara defeats Elaine Leal via Triangle Choke at 3:42 of round 1 at Shooto Brasil 70

Wednesday – 29th
WWFC: Cage Encounter 6
(125) – Eva Dourthe defeats Anastasiya Gornostaeva via Unanimous Decision
(115) – Svetlana Gotsyk defeats Lyudmyla Pylypchak via Armbar in round 1

Friday – 31st
(115) – Maria Rivera defeats Jessica Sotack via Unanimous Decision at CES 42

*Rankings info supplied by the Unified Women’s MMA Rankings



Invicta FC Bantamweight Champion Tonya “Triple Threat” Evinger survived early scares and retained her title with a second-round submission victory tonight at Invicta Fighting Championships 22 in Kansas City, Missouri. Evinger submitted Yana “Foxy” Kunitskaya in a much-ancitipated rematch.

Former Invicta FC Strawweight Champion Livia Renata “Livinha” Souza made a strong case for a future title shot by quickly knocking out atomweight champ Ayaka Hamasaki in tonight’s strawweight co-main event. Also at 115, Jodie Esquibel edged out DeAnna “The Argentine Assassin” Bennett.

To read the full event recap, (click here).



Invicta Fighting Championships 22 takes place Saturday night from the Scottish Rite Temple in Kansas City, Mo. and streams LIVE on UFC Fight Pass starting at 8:00pm ET. Before tomorrow night’s festivities, the fighters took to the scales for the official weigh-ins.

Bantamweight Title: Tonya Evinger (134.8) vs Yana Kunitskaya (134.8)
Strawweight: Ayaka Hamasaki (115.7) vs Livia Renata Souza (115)
Strawweight: DeAnna Bennett (117.6)* vs Jodie Esquibel (115.5)
Atomweight: Jinh Yu Frey (106) vs Janaisa Morandin (111.2)**
Atomweight: Amber Brown (105.9) vs Ashley Cummins (105.6)
Strawweight: Sunna Rannveig Davidsdottir (115.8) vs Mallory Martin (114.8)
Strawweight: Kal Holliday (115.9) vs Miranda Maverick (120.5)*
Featherweight: Felicia Spencer (146) vs Madison McElhaney (146)

* Bennett missed weight by 1.6 pounds and Maverick missed by 4.5 pounds, each will be fined 25% of their fight purse.
** Morandin missed weight by 5.2 pounds, her fight has been canceled.


ROAD FC 037/XX Quick Results

Posted: March 11, 2017 in Uncategorized


On Saturday, March 11, ROAD FC held it’s first all-female main card and the results were as follows:

– Emiko Raika defeats Jin Hee Kang via Unanimous Decision
– Ye Ji Lee defeats Shinashi Satoko via Unanimous Decision
– Jeong Eun Park defeats Na Young Park via TKO at 2:07 of round 2
– So Hee Lim defeats Hana Date via Unanimous Decision
– Emi Fujino defeats Natalya Denisova via RNC at 1:25 of round 2
– Yu-ri Shim defeats Shiho Harada via Unanimous Decision
– Xiangjie Wang defeats Yoon Ha Hong via Unanimous Decision




Press Release – King of the Cage has announced the signing of fourteen women’s Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) athletes to exclusive, multi-fight contracts. These athletes are from the Atomweight (105) and Strawweight (115) divisions and represent the next chapter in the history of Women’s MMA. KOTC will cut each division off at eight total.

Since the inception in 1998, KOTC has maintained its goal of not only showcasing current stars of women’s MMA, but also building the stars of the future. Numerous women athletes have made their professional debuts fighting for King of the Cage including Ronda Rousey, Danielle Taylor, Michelle Waterson and Rose Namajunas.

“When choosing these competitors, we were not only looking for the top 105 and 115 females, we were also looking for the most marketable,” said Terry Trebilcock, Founder and CEO of King of the Cage. “Choosing 14 from over 300 potential candidates was challenging, but in the end, we feel we have made the proper decisions. The female 105 and 115 lb. divisions will finally get the notoriety they have strived for, and deserve.”

Signings Include:

Atomweight (105)
– Andy Nguyen, South Carolina
– Bi Nguyen, Texas
– Grace Cleveland, Colorado
– Cassie Rob, Colorado
– Melissa Karagianis, Toronto, Canada
– Kelly Vilarino, Oregon
– Jayme Hinshaw, New Mexico

Strawweight (115)
– Laken Jowers, North Carolina
– Corrie Ward, Arizona
– Peggy Ross, California
– Cynthia Arceo, Texas
– Stephanie Gonzalez, California
– Angela Jennings, Michigan
– Jamie Colleen, Pennsylvania


482366_nphoto courtesy Brandon Magnus/Zuffa LLC

Press Release – Invicta Fighting Championships today announced the signing of three athletes to its roster.

Joining the flyweight division will be Russia’s Milana Dudieva (11-5). The 27-year-old UFC veteran has stopped nine of her 11 career victories — all inside the first round — including six by way of submission. She has shared the cage with the likes of fellow Invicta fighters Pannie Kianzad and Elizabeth Phillips during her 16-fight career.

Bolstering the 135-pound division is Kelly Faszholz (3-2). Like Dudieva, Faszholz is a UFC veteran with a propensity for finishes on the mat. All three of her career wins have come via submission. The 31-year-old battled former Invicta titleholder Lauren Murphy in a “Fight of the Night” performance last year.

The strawweight division has a fresh face in Missouri’s Kelly D’Angelo (2-0). In addition to her unblemished professional record, D’Angelo also went 5-0 as an amateur. She topped fellow Invicta fighter Samantha Diaz in her most recent outing.

Bouts for the new roster additions have not been finalized at this time.



Undefeated rising star Cynthia Calvillo made a big statement in her short-notice Octagon debut tonight at UFC 209: “Woodley vs Thompson 2” in Las Vegas, Nevada. The talented strawweight submitted Amanda Bobby “ABC” Cooper in the first round of their featured main-card matchup.

Calvillo, who turned pro in late August, made the most of a tremendous opportunity on tonight’s pay-per-view card. After an early exchange of strikes on the feet, Calvillo used a slick transition to back control that allowed her to trap TUF 23 veteran Cooper in a fight-ending rear-naked choke.

To read the full recap, (click here).