Invicta FC 31 Results

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Invicta FC 31 takes place tonight, September 01, 2018 live from the Scottish Rite Temple in Kansas City, Missouri. The main event features a strawweight title fight as champion Virna Jandiroba defends against Janaisa Morandin. Jandiroba looks to improve to 14-0 with a victory tonight over the 11-1 “Evil Princess.” Check in with MMASucka for Invicta FC 31 Results.

Also in action is former UFC star Pearl Gonzales as she highlights the co-main event in her third Invicta bout where she is currently 2-0. Some may remember the controversy prior to Pearl’s UFC debut against Cynthia Calvillo. The New York Athletic Commission attempted to bar Gonzalez from competition due to her breast implants. The issue was resolved, but the publicity brought eyes to her bout, for mixed reasons.

She will be taking on the “Dai Fox” Daiane Firmino of Brazil, who is making her Invicta debut. Also on the card are young stars such as Miranda Maverick and Kay Hansen as she takes on Helen Peralta.

Invicta FC 31 Results

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)

Virna Jandiroba (C) def. Janaisa Morandin via Round 2 arm triangle submission to remain champion

Pearl Gonzalez def. Daiane Firmino via unanimous decision

Lisa Spangler def. Shanna Young via split decision

Mallory Martin def. Ashley Nichols via 3rd round TKO

Miranda Maverick def. Victoria Leonardo via 1st round armbar submission

Kelly D’Angelo def. Lindsey VanZandt via unanimous decision

Kay Hansen def. Helen Peralta via 3rd round TKO

Audrey Drew vs. Holli Salazar-Draw (Drew deducted a point for a headbutt)


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