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UFC 220 Live Stream,On 20 January, Stipe Miocic vs. Francis Ngannou (The Predator) will take place at the Ultimate Fighting Championship 220. They will fight for the UFC Heavyweight title. The event will take place at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. UFC 220 will also feature the title fight between Daniel Cormier and Volkan Oezdemir (Light Heavyweight title).

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UFC 220

Click the links below for all of the information that you’re going to need ahead of the fight to ensure you don’t miss anything!

UFC 220 – What time does it start?

The preliminary fights will get underway at 11:30pm BST on Saturday night.
UFC 220 – What time will the main card get underway?

The main card, which kicks off with men’s bantamweight bout between Thomas Almeida and Rob Font, commences at 3:00am BST.
UFC 220 – Can I watch it online?

BT Sport subscribers will be able to watch the first pay-per-view-card of the year online or through their mobile device via the BT Sport App.

UFC 220: Miocic vs Ngannou fight card

Stipe Miocic vs Francis Ngannou (heavyweight title fight)

Daniel Cormier vs Volkan Oezdemir (light-heavyweight title fight)

Calvin Kattar vs Shane Burgos (featherweight bout)

Gian Villante vs Francimar Barroso (light-heavyweight bout)

Thomas Almeida vs. Rob Font (men’s bantamweight bout)


Kyle Bochniak vs. Brandon Davis (men’s featherweight bout)

Abdul Razak Alhassan vs. Sabah Homasi (welterweight bout)

Dustin Ortiz vs. Alexandre Pantoja (men’s flyweight bout)

Dan Ige vs. Julio Arce (men’s featherweight bout)

Enrique Barzola vs. Matt Bessette (men’s featherweight bout)

Maryna Moroz vs. Jamie Moyle (women’s strawweight bout)

Islam Makhachev vs. Gleison Tibau (lightweight bout)

Prior to this weekend’s big shebang, which also features “Prelims” bouts on FOX Sports 1 and UFC Fight Pass, the promotion sent all 22 fighters to the scale for the official weigh ins.

Live Stream Online PPV Free coverage of UFC 220 on Saturday, January 20th at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. The pay-per-view main event pits heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic against exciting and dangerous challenger Francis Ngannou. In the co-main event, light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier defends his title against Swiss knockout artist Volkan Oezdemir.

With the early weigh ins complete, it’s now time to have the fighters come back out for the fans in attendance, which means photo ops on the scale, as well as all the pre-fight staredowns. Watch it all unfold in the embedded video above beginning at 6 p.m. ET.

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Spence vs Peterson Live Stream Online,Errol Spence Jr. and Lamont Peterson are set to headline the first major boxing card of 2018 on Saturday night in Brooklyn, New York. Two of the best welterweights in the sport will go toe-to-toe with Spence’s IBF title on the line.

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Date: Saturday, Jan. 20
Time: 9 p.m. ET
Location: Barclays Center — Brooklyn, New York

Spence vs Peterson

Spence vs Peterson

In what amounts to the first high-profile boxing match of the new year, unbeaten Errol Spence Jr. will attempt to cement the pound-for-pound status he enjoyed after winning the title last May by making the first defense of his IBF welterweight title.
Spence (22-0 19 KOs) scored one of the more impressive victories in 2017 by stopping Kell Brook in Round 11 of their title bout in England after breaking his orbital bone. Although the former U.S. Olympian was able to back up the high praise he had earned as one of the sport’s hottest prospects, he sat idle the remainder of the year in search of hungry opponents.
Peterson, 33, was so eager to face Spence that he was forced to give up the WBA 147-pound title he won by an impressive unanimous decision against David Avanesyan last February in order to secure the bout.

Despite entering with a decided advantage in experience, the quick and deceptive Peterson will be giving up size and power to the southpaw Spence, who is a large welterweight. But the move up to 147 pounds was important for Peterson following years of making a difficult cut at junior welterweight

onight at 9 pm ET on Showtime, Errol Spence Jr will headline a two-fight main card, defending his IBF welterweight title against veteran Lamont Peterson in a 12-round bout.

Spence (22-0, 19 KO) hasn’t fought since winning the belt last May in Sheffield, England, where he went on the road to defeat Kell Brook by 11th round knockout. Peterson (35-3-1, 17 KO) hasn’t been seen in 11 months, since he defeated David Avanesyan to win the WBA “world” welterweight title, which he’s vacated to chase this opportunity.

In the co-feature, Robert Easter Jr (20-0, 14 KO) will defend his IBF lightweight title against Javier Fortuna (33-1-1, 23 KO), who cannot win the belt after missing weight.

There will also be fights starting at 7 pm ET on Showtime Sports’ YouTube and Facebook pages. Light heavyweight prospect Marcus Browne (20-0, 15 KO) will meet Francy Ntetu (17-1, 4 KO), and heavyweights Adam Kownacki (16-0, 13 KO) and Iago Kiladze (26-1, 18 KO) will also square off. Both fights are set for 10 rounds.

Wil Esco will be on the round-by-round call for BLH tonight. Join us as we kick off a new year of Showtime Championship Boxing!

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WWE Clash of Champions 2017 Live Stream Online, is all set to pop off tonight (Sun., Dec. 17, 2017) from the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts at 8:00 p.m. ET, live on the WWE Network. You may also be able to watch this on pay-per-view (PPV) if your cable provider is carrying the event.

WWE Clash of Champions 2017 Live

Date: December 17, 2017 Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Location: TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Brand: SmackDown 
City: Boston
WWE Clash of Champions 2017
WWE Clash of Champions 2017 is highlighted by AJ Styles vs. Jinder Mahal for the WWE Championship and a star-studded tag team clash pitting Randy Orton and Shinsuke Nakamura against Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens.

Over the last couple of months, WWE has made the most out of its star-strapped roster by putting the WWE title back on Styles, teasing that either Shane McMahon or Daniel Bryan will turn heel, and having The New Day and the Usos lead a reinvigorated tag team division. That seems to have worked, too, as the show’s viewership was up for four straight weeks from November to December and has been just behind that of Raw since Styles became champion.

The key to the show’s future success, however, will be whether or not Clash of Champions can continue that momentum, which isn’t a definite. At least on paper, the pay-per-view’s card isn’t exactly stacked, and it will be the last SmackDown-only PPV until Fastlane in March, meaning that what happens at Clash of Champions will play a pivotal role in what we see happen for the blue brand on the road to WrestleMania.

Although SmackDown’s recent stretch of strong viewership has to be encouraging, it’s far from a definite that the outcomes of the matches on a mediocre Clash of Champions card will be enough to keep fans interested for the long haul. As always, though, that will depend largely upon the quality of the booking of the show, which ultimately depends on what the creative team decides to do, mainly with top stars like Owens, Bryan, Nakamura, Styles and others.

Will the creative team make the right moves? Here are five smart booking decisions WWE must make at Clash of Champions.

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Saunders vs Lemieux No ratings yet.

Saunders vs Lemieux Live Stream Online,Saunders (25-0) has been frustratingly inactive since winning the strap from Andy Lee in December 2015, but now fights three months to the day since his last fight against Willie Monroe in September.

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Saunders vs Lemieux

“I’m a fighting man, a gypsy warrior, and I’ll travel anywhere on the planet to defend my world title,” said Saunders. “I’m heading into the lion’s den this weekend, Lemieux will have the whole arena behind him but that won’t make one ounce of a difference, I’ll thrive off their hate for me. Once that bell goes it’s just me and him stood in that ring, he’s is for one hell of a tough night.

“I know I will have 13,000 or 14,000 people against me on Saturday night but I can perform under that kind of pressure. I’ve boxed since I was 16 all over the world, that was as an amateur but you still get that same fear factor, winning or losing, and travelling away to fights.”

Former middleweight title holder Lemieux has promised to ‘do everyone a favour’ by ‘getting rid’ of Saunders. The Montreal native boasts 33 big knockouts from 38 career wins and is eager to ‘do damage’ to Saunders, telling journalists at Tuesday’s media workout that the Champion will ‘hit the floor’.

WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders has vowed to put David Lemieux ‘out like a candle’ when the bitter rivals square off at the Place Bell in Laval, Quebec this weekend, live on BT Sport HD2 and BoxNation.

Hatfield star Saunders will be fighting overseas for the first time in his professional career when he makes the third defence of his crown against the hard-hitting Lemieux in his own backyard, and is unfazed by fighting in hostile territory.

The Billy Joe Saunders vs. David Lemieux WBO middleweight championship bout on Saturday night should be an exciting fight to watch. There is a lot of betting value for sports bettors to take advantage of with regard to this fight because the line is so close depending on which sportsbook you choose to work with. According to the boxing experts at Sportsbookreview.com, who rate the sportsbooks and help bettors shop for the best line, many of the books have the champion Saunders as a slight favorite with an opening line of -115 (wager $115 to win $100). This line is a moving target. It has been fluctuating hourly based on money coming in on both fighters. At the time of this post, you can find +100 for Lemieux. and -110 for both Saunders and Lemieux. Do your homework and find the best line. Saunders and Lemieux are very evenly matched in many ways, however, there are certain advantages that can play into the hands of the sports bettors who know what to look for when putting their hard earned money at risk.

Here are some thoughts to ponder before we get into the four best bets for this fight. Not only is this Billy Joe Saunders’ first world title defense outside of homeland, it’s his first ever fight outside of the United Kingdom. This certainly could provide an emotional and mental edge to Lemieux. As well respected mental coach Shayne McGowan expresses, the mental game is 80% of this sport. It will be interesting to see if Saunders can remain composed as the pro-Lemieux crowd that will pack the arena in Laval, Quebec just north of Montreal reacts to every punch and forward movement of Lemieux. There is no doubt that this fight is very evenly matched, however, Saunders’ undefeated record of 25-0 can be a bit deceiving. It can be argued that Lemieux has faced the tougher competition by far and his three losses are at the hands of top names in the sport in Golovkin, Alcine and Rubio. The only concern I would have with Lemieux having been stopped two times in his three losses is could he get caught by Saunders. The answer is no. Saunders 48% knockout percentage against lesser talent doesn’t concern me.


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Bellator 191 Live Stream Online,Former UFC fighter Michael McDonald is making his Bellator MMA debut this weekend against Peter Ligier in the main event of Bellator 191.McDonald left the UFC after requesting a release from the promotion and the one thing the fighter didn’t like about the organization was the way the bonus system was used.

Bellator 191 Live

Bellator 191

Bellator 191: “McDonald vs. Ligier” is set to go down at Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle, England, on Dec. 15, 2017, featuring two fights that will showcase former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) stars looking to make a successful promotional debuts.

Michael McDonald (17-4) was once a Top 10-ranked fighter in UFC’s Bantamweight division, but after losing three of his last five bouts, including a vicious first round knockout from John Lineker, the promotion and “Mayday” parted ways. After a layoff of more than one year, McDonald returns to the cage to face a promising young fighter named “BadAzz” Peter Ligier (8-1-1).

McDonald will be joined on this excursion by “Trouble” Valerie Letourneau (8-6), a former No. 1 contender in UFC’s women’s Strawweight division who has been waiting to debut all year long. She’ll have her chance against hard-hitting local favorite Kate Jackson (9-2-1) from Cornwall, England.

Bellator 191: “McDonald vs. Ligier” (Spike TV):

Bantamweight: Michael McDonald (17-4) vs. Peter Ligier (8-1-1)
Women’s Flyweight: Valerie Letourneau (8-6) vs. Kate Jackson (9-2-1)
Heavyweight: James Thompson (20-16, 1 NC) vs. Philip De Fries (13-6, 1 NC)
Lightweight: Jeremy Petley (11-8) vs. Lewis Monarch (9-2)

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McDonald vs Ligier Live Stream Online,Michael McDonald’s debut for Bellator won’t officially be in the bantamweight division the former UFC contender has long called home.McDonald’s headlining bout against Peter Ligier at Bellator 191 has been altered to a 138-pound catchweight contest, Bellator officials announced Thursday after McDonald weighed in nearly two pounds above the bantamweight limit.

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McDonald vs Ligier

Bellator 191: “McDonald vs. Ligier” takes place Fri., Dec. 15, 2017 at Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle, England. The card will feature the debut of a hard hitting former UFC Bantamweight who left their fold still ranked in the top 10. He could easily find himself entering the contender’s picture in Bellator if he’s able to impress in his first fight under Scott Coker.

Let’s break it down:

135 lbs.: Michael McDonald (17-4) vs. Peter Ligier (8-1-1)

Michael McDonald was on the path to contending for a world title in UFC with an overall record of 17-4 in the Bantamweight division. He’s a proven finisher with nine wins by knockout and six by submission. Unfortunately after knocking out former WEC champion Miguel Torres things began to turn sour for McDonald. Though he maintained his top 10 status with wins over Brad Pickett and Masanori Kanehara, he also slid backward with losses to Urijah Faber and John Lineker. After the latter fight “Mayday” McDonald complained he was dead broke and that UFC was dishonest in their dealings with him, which doesn’t make it at all surprising he would sign with Bellator.

“BadAzz” Peter Ligier is also looking to make his Bellator debut and may (fairly) feel overshadowed by the hype behind McDonald. He holds two knockouts and three submissions in his eight finishes and is unbeaten in five straight fights. Knocking off a former UFC contender would be a huge feather in his cap and would instantly put him on the map outside of Europe, which is where the Frenchman has been plying his trade for his whole career to date.

Bellator tends to be clever in their match-ups for debuting fighters with recognizable names. This occasionally backfires but more often than not works out in their favor. Ligier gives up two inches in height at 5’6”, but more importantly he gives up the experience edge compared to the world class fighters McDonald has been facing in 20+ fights: Brad Pickett, Urijah Faber, Masanori Kanehara, the list goes on. While Ligier shows potential as a proven finisher, McDonald has already proved it with nine knockouts and six submissions, ending just over 70% of his fights.

Final prediction: Michael McDonald makes a successful debut via first round TKO

125 lbs.: Valerie Letourneau (8-6) vs. Kate Jackson (9-2)

Earlier this year Valerie Letourneau was scheduled to face Emily Ducote in her Bellator debut, but an unfortunately timed injury derailed those plans. Better late than never, the former No. 1 contender who took Joanna Champion to a decision in a grueling war will finally get a chance to prove herself at a “comfortable” weight instead of having to make the equally grueling cut to 115. We’re all waiting to see if the reinvented Letourneau can return to her old winning ways.

The Ducote fight was not a pushover bout for Letourneau though and neither is Kate Jackson. Jackson won her first Bellator fight with brutal kicks that destroyed Colleen Schneider’s knee and instantly made her a fighter to be feared. 55% of her wins (five out of nine) come by KO/TKO. For Letourneau it’s much the same story though as 50% of her wins (four out of eight) come the same way. Perhaps Letourneau would like to avoid a kickboxing match and take this one to the ground. Then again she took the best shots Jędrzejczyk could throw and kept coming back for more so it’s hard to think she won’t impose her will as the taller (5’7” to 5’6”) and likely stronger fighter. Jackson hails from Cornwall though so the English crowd will be on her side.

Final prediction: Valerie Letourneau takes a hard fought split decision win

145 lbs.: Lewis Monarch (9-2) vs. Jeremy Petley (11-8-1)

Even though Monarch has lost two of his last three coming into his Bellator debut, that’s a far sight better than Petley, who lost four of his last five UNTIL he made a successful debut at Bellator 179. Monarch is a monster for this weight class at 5’11”, while Petley is 5’5” with a little generosity from the one doing the measurements. If size meant success then George Roop would have been the greatest Bantamweight of all time, but we know how that story goes. Nevertheless I see more upside in a fighter who has won 81% of his fights than a man who has lost 40% of his.

Final prediction: Lewis Monarch wins with his favorite submission — the armbar

265 lbs.: James Thompson (20-16, 1 NC) vs. Philip De Fries (13-6, 1 NC)

“The Colossus” James Thompson should be better than he is. From 2011-14 he ran off an impressive unbeaten streak of six fights including his Bellator debut, and in the process he went from a .500 fighter to a potential Heavyweight contender. Following that success he promptly went on a backslide and got TKO’d by Bobby Lashley and Tsuyoshi Kosaka. That’s the story of Thompson’s career — long streaks of greatness matched by long ones of failure. He’s built like a brick house so when he wins (11 knockouts, seven subs) he looks fantastic and when he loses (13 knockouts, two subs) it’s equally epic.

The story on Philip De Fries would be the same if he could ever PUT a streak together, but he seems to trade a win for a loss in every single fight. A five fight stint in UFC saw him go 2-3 and find his way out the door in 2013 after being finished by Matt Mitrione. Since then he’s plied his trade anywhere for anyone who would have him beating no-names and little known fighters. He’s a pretty big boy at 6’4” 240+ pounds, but that’s nothing compared to the 6’5” Thompson who weighs 290+ BEFORE he cuts to the Heavyweight limit. In a battle of two middling Heavyweights not worthy of being Grand Prix alternates I’ll go with De Fries for two reasons — he’s younger (31 vs. 38) and he’s been knockout out less times (five) so his chin may hold out longer.

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Swanson vs Ortega Live Stream Online,Check out Bloody Elbow’s extensive fight night and post-fight coverage of UFC Fight Night: Swanson vs. Ortega, which takes place at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, California on Saturday, December 9th. The night’s main card airs on Fox Sports 1, with featherweight contenders Cub Swanson and Brian Ortega facing off in the main event.

Swanson vs Ortega Live

Date: Saturday, Dec. 9
Start time: 10 p.m. ET
Location: Save Mart Arena — Fresno, California
Channel: FS1

Swanson vs Ortega

When discussing the 145-pound division in UFC, Cub Swanson’s name is a requirement. The veteran fighter has slowly worked his way up through the ranks to become one of the top contenders for the title, but standing in his way is an upstart in Brian Ortega. Despite consecutive losses to Frankie Edgar and new champion Max Holloway, Swanson is on the verge of title contention if he can get by Ortega on Saturday night in the main event of UFC Fight Night Fresno.

Swanson has won four straight fights and earned Fight of the Night honors in his last two bouts. Ortega, meanwhile, boasts a nearly unblemished record in his professional career with a 12-0-0 record and one No Contest. He’s also won four straight fights since joining UFC, scoring stoppages in each bout.

Saturday night also marks the return of another top 145-pound contender in Jason Knight, who lost to Ricardo Lamas his last time out. Here’s everything you need to know about Saturday’s action.

The main event of this weekend’s UFC Fight Night, in Fresno, California, is more important now than it was when contracts were first signed. With Max Holloway successfully defending his featherweight title against Jose Aldo for a second time and Frankie Edgar out for a while with an orbital bone fracture, the winner this weekend could find himself contesting for the title in his next outing. Perennial featherweight contender, Cub Swanson, looks to add a fifth victory to his current winning streak by beating one of the division’s new faces in Brian Ortega. Ortega is a fighter who has already shown plenty of potential in the Octagon but has clearly not realised it to its fullest.

Still unbeaten after 12 professional fights, Ortega is a dangerous submission artist who has discovered his striking power since signing with the UFC. His Gracie Jiu Jitsu black belt has forced his opponents to tap out in half of his bouts. Then, in his June 2015 ‘Fight of the Night’ war with Thiago Tavares, he showed good head movement and takedown defence and finished with a flurry of punches. Jump forward almost exactly 12 months to UFC 199 and he is knocking out Clay Guida with a beautifully timed knee, with only 20 seconds left in the fight. He had a triangle win over Diego Brandao in-between those fights and is coming off guillotine win over Renato Moicano this summer.

UFC Fight Night 123 Main Event:

145 lbs.: Cub Swanson (146) vs. Brian Ortega (144.8)

UFC Fight Night 123 Main Card:

145 lbs.: Gabriel Benitez (144.8) vs. Jason Knight (145.6)
135 lbs.: Marlon Moraes (135.4) vs. Aljamain Sterling (135.6)
155 lbs.: Scott Holtzman (155.8) vs. Darrell Horcher (155.6)
185 lbs.: Eryk Anders (185.6) vs. Markus Perez (185.4)
135 lbs.: Benito Lopez (135.4) vs. Albert Morales (134)

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Selby vs Ramirez

A manhunt was launched in London after the opponent due to challenge Welsh world champion Lee Selby on the James DeGale homecoming card this Saturday disappeared.

There was no sign of Mexico’s Eduardo Ramirez at the final media conference. That event was delayed for an hour as promoter Frank Warren sent assistants to the hotel where the challenger for Selby’s IBF featherweight title has been staying.

Ramirez’s room was empty apart from his kit. After a subsequent search he was found in the vicinity of his east London accommodation but issues over his weight remained a problem.

The likeable Sebly has endured a distressing year, which has included the passing of his mother and grandfather.

He also lost his long-desired debut appearance in the fight capital of the world, Las Vegas, where he was due to appear on the card topped by Carl Frampton’s defeat by Leo Santa Cruz.

The opponent on that occasion, Jonathan Barros, failed a blood test. Barros was cleared to meet Selby in London some months later and the Welshman went through with that fight even though his mother had just died.

He made that decision as a consequence of the frustration of not fighting and the need to keep his career active.

This fight with Ramirez is planned to set him up for big stadium fights against Josh Warrington and Frampton next year.

He says: ‘After all that has happened in 2017 I’ve learned to cope with serious disappointment. I will just stay professional and focused and hope that this guy shows up on the night.’

For his part, DeGale declares himself fully recovered from major shoulder and nasal surgery as he approaches his first fight in the UK for more than three years.

The challenger for his IBF world super middleweight title, experienced American Caleb Truax, thankfully turned up on time and said: ‘I know it will be a huge upset if I beat James.

‘But I wouldn’t have travelled all this way unless I believed I could win and not only realise my dream of becoming world champion but also secure the financial future of myself and my family.’

DeGale is a heavy odds-on favourite to secure the victory which is expected to set him up with stadium fights next year against the like of his old rival George Groves.

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Salido vs Roman

Someday, Orlando Salido will be all but forgotten. This is not a fighter who is going to reaches out to future generations, he’s not headed to the Hall of Fame, he isn’t/wasn’t truly elite. His accomplishments and his career will fade away as new fighters come along. There have been many Salidos throughout boxing history.

But Salido is the type of fighter that people who watched him will remember and talk about for a long time. “Remember Orlando Salido? Hell of a fighter.” And youngsters will look at his record and wonder if he was so great, why did he lose so much? Why didn’t he have a sparkling record?

There’s a lot to be said for actually experiencing someone’s career, because I’m going to talk about Orlando Salido in my coming decades a lot more than I will a lot of better fighters. Because not only is he really good, but he’s been a true warrior in his career. The fact he’s still a top contender at age 37, 13 years after his loss to Juan Manuel Marquez in his first world title shot, says plenty.

Salido won his last fight, back in May in Mexico against Aristedes Perez, and was 0-1-2 in his previous three, all terrific fights, two against Rocky Martinez and one with Francisco Vargas. He remains a reliably entertaining TV fighter and someone who can hang with the division’s best. Until someone proves otherwise, he is a threat at 130.

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Invicta FC 26

Invicta Fighting Championships returns to the Scottish Rites Center in Kansas City, Missouri this Friday live on UFC FightPass for Invicta FC 26. This card features a number of talented fighters including an undefeated up and coming title challenger, a top prospect making a huge step up in competition, and one of the Pacific Northwest’s toughest talents. The athletes on the card at Invicta FC 26 are some of the most experienced and proven talents in WMMA outside of the UFC. There will certainly be a watchful eye on this card as the UFC continues to scout talent from the young fight promotion. Let’s take a closer look as some of these matchups and breakdown what to watch for at Invicta FC 26.

Mackenzie Dern is one of the brightest prospects in all of MMA. The world championship BJJ black belt has gotten her career off to a hot start, going 4-0 with two spectacular submission victories and two dominant unanimous decisions. The only issue is that in two of Dern’s three fights at the 115 lb Strawweight division she has missed weight, and not by close margins. Invicta FC 26 is tomorrow and that means that the weigh-ins were today! And fortunately for Dern, all went according to plan and she weighed in right at 115.

Making weight has been Dern’s biggest challenge so far in her MMA career. It’s very important for her future that she made the limit in this one as Invicta is affiliated with the UFC and UFC Fight Pass. Many fighters have gone to and from Invicta to the UFC and each always have their eyes on the other’s fighters. Dern has been one of those fighters even before her upcoming Invicta debut.

There are few things that Dana White hates more than fighters who miss weight, and it could have been holding Dern back from already being in the UFC so she’s taking steps in the right direction to reach the ultimate goal, win or lose.

Dern takes on the seasoned striker, Kaline Medeiros who is the biggest name opponent Dern has ever faced. Medeiros is coming off a long layoff after a title losing effort against Angela Hill. She will be hungry to get back in the win column and will provide a huge challenge for the young, Dern,

Invicta FC 26 is a loaded night of action for the women, and it features a Flyweight title fight between two of the division’s very best worldwide. Here are the weigh-in results for the rest of the card:

Invicta FC 26 Weigh-in Results

Jennifer Maia (123.3) vs. Aga Niedźwiedź (124.6)
Kaline Medeiros (115.8) vs. Mackenzie Dern (115.9)
Janaisa Morandin (115.4) vs. Kinberly Novaes (121.8)*
Vanessa Porto (127.6)* vs. Milana Dudieva (125.6)
Amy Montenegro (117.6)* vs. Virna Jandiroba (114.3)
Amber Brown (106.3)* vs. Tessa Simpson (105.4)
Christine Ferea (125.7) vs. Karina Rodríguez (124.7)
Kay Hansen (114.4) vs. Emilee Prince (115.5)

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