Invicta FC 46 to Stream Live on YouTube and MMAJunkie.com on Wednesday, March 9
KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Invicta Fighting Championships today announced the broadcast plans for its upcoming Invicta FC 46: Rodríguez vs. Souza event.
The promotion is once again partnering with one of the biggest media outlets in MMA, five-time World MMA Awards winner MMA Junkie, part of the USA TODAY Sports Media Group. The fight card – which takes place Wednesday, March 9 from Memorial Hall in Kansas City – will be simulcast on Invicta FC’s YouTube channel and MMA Junkie beginning at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
Invicta FC President Shannon Knapp said, “After a great event in January, we are thrilled to be working with MMA Junkie again for this upcoming card. They are supportive of our athletes and we are thankful to have them onboard for another event.”
In the night’s main event, Mexico’s Karina Rodríguez (9-4) defends her 125-pound belt opposite Brazilian newcomer Ketlen “Esquentadinha” Souza (11-3). Rodríguez earned the title after a five-round battle against Brazil’s Daiana Torquato. The veteran rides the momentum of three victories in her last four appearances, including wins over UFC alums DeAnna Bennett and Milana Dudieva. The 26-year-old Souza will step into the Invicta cage for the first time carrying a three-fight winning streak. A proven finisher, Souza has stopped eight of her 11 wins by knockout.
A video trailer for the event can be watched here or by clicking the image above.
Tickets for the event can be purchased through Eventbrite.
The full fight card can be found below:
Flyweight Title: Karina Rodríguez vs. Ketlen Souza
Flyweight: Daiana Torquato vs. Milana Dudieva
Strawweight: Danielle Taylor vs. Liz Tracy
Flyweight: Kristina Williams vs. Flore Hani
Atomweight: Paulina Granados vs. Monique Adriane
Strawweight: Fatima Kline vs. Nadia Vera
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