This was a war from start to finish between Paulino Grandos and Jenna Serio! Decision is on the way! https://t.co/Opm5fPnb4T
— UFC FIGHT PASS (@UFCFightPass) October 15, 2016
Cornered by Invicta FC strawweight champion Angela Hill, Granados used her striking to outwork Serio to get the overall nod.
2nd rd action Paulina Granados v Jenna Serio pic.twitter.com/EFVc71I8wd
— Terrill Dean (@TheCoachDeanSho) October 15, 2016
Speaking of Invicta FC, the company announced this week Invicta FC 20 will be taking place Nov. 18 at the Scottish Rite Temple in their home base of Kansas City.
The card features two title fights. Bantamweight champ Tonya Evinger (18-5-0) will defend against Russian Yana Kunitskaya (9-2-0), while strawweight champ Angela Hill (5-2-0) takes on Brazilian Kaline Medeiros (9-2-0).
One new recruit who will be on the card is bantamweight Miranda Maverick (0-0-0).
She will be taking on another rookie in Samantha Diaz (0-0-0).
The entire card looks like this.
Tonya Evinger (18-5-0) vs Kaline Medeiros (8-4-0)
Angela Hill (5-2-0) vs Kaline Medeiros (9-2-0)
Hercia Tiburcio (9-4-0) vs Simona Soukupova (5-4-1)
Amber Brown (6-2-0) vs Ashley Yoder (4-1-0)
Jessica-Rose Clark (6-2-0) vs Pam Sorenson (4-1-0)
Lynn Alvarez (6-4-0) vs JJ Aldrich (2-1-0)
Stephanie Egger (2-0-0) vs TBA
Miranda Maverick (0-0-0) vs Samantha Diaz (0-0-0)
Should be another great night of fights. I can’t remember the last time Invicta had a subpar card.
It was the submission felt around the world.
Well done, Mackenzie!
And in case you were living under the cave …
— Ronda Rousey (@RondaRousey) October 12, 2016
Fight News Australia has a nice piece on Invicta FC 20’s “Jessy Jess” Jessica-Rose Clark. Clark as overcome some challenges to claw her way to Invicta.
Till next time!