Women’s History Month is here, and Invicta FC is celebrating by hosting its 46th event. The flyweight title is on the line, atop a card of five high-impact bouts. Keep it here for live Invicta FC 46 results.
Invicta FC 46 Main Event – Impromptu Rematch
Almost one year ago, Karina Rodriguez and Daiana Torquato battled for five gritty rounds for the vacant flyweight championship. Although close and action-packed, Rodriguez had done more to deserve the coronation as champion. Tonight, they will run it back for the second chapter of their rivalry.
Rodriguez had originally prepared to defend her title against Ketlen Souza, but just days ago Souza had to bow out of the fight. Torquato, who was set to fight UFC veteran Milana Dudieva in the co-main event, then stepped up as a replacement.
Rodriguez has fought in Invicta for several years, battering foes with her lights-out boxing. She’s a training partner of current UFC fighters Irene Aldana and Alexa Grasso at Lobo Gym in Guadalajara, Mexico, a gym known for developing keen strikers. Torquato, on the other hand, has only lost to Rodriguez in pro-MMA fights for the past seven years.
Invicta FC 46 – Rest of the Card
Milana Dudieva keeps her co-main event spot, fighting Invicta newcomer Denise Gomes of Parana Vale Tudo gym. Dudieva hasn’t fought in nearly three years, and looks to set a new course in her career after dropping five of her last six.
Also on the card, entertaining Portlander Liz Tracy fights recent title challenger Danielle Taylor at strawweight, while Bellator veteran Kristina Williams makes her debut against Flore Hani.
Invicta FC 46 Results
Full Card (Invicta FC YouTube, 8pm EST / 5pm PST)
Karina Rodriguez def. Daiana Torquato via Split Decision (48-47, 47-48, 49-46) to defend the Invicta FC Flyweight Championship
Denise Gomes def. Milana Dudieva via TKO (Ground and Pound) at 1:56 of round 3
Liz Tracy def. Danielle Taylor via Unanimous Decision (30-26, 30-27, 30-27)
Kristina Williams def. Flore Hani via Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
Monique Adriane def. Paulina Granados via Unanimous Decision (30-26, 30-26, 30-27)