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Invicta FC 19 goes down tonight on UFC Fight Pass with two title fights.

In the main event, Roxanne Modafferi challenges Jennifer Maia for the interim flyweight title, while Ayaka Hamasaki defends her atomweight belt against Jinh Yu Frey.

The action kicks off at 8 p.m. ET.

Invicta FC Interim Flyweight Championship

Jennifer Maia (13-4-1) vs. Roxanne Modafferi (19-12) for Maia’s title

Invicta FC Atomweight Championship

Ayaka Hamasaki (13-1) vs. Jinh Yu Frey (5-1) for Hamasaki’s title

Bantamweight: Irene Aldana (5-2) vs. Faith Van Duin (6-2)

Strawweight: Manjit Kolekar (9-0) vs. Kaline Medeiros (7-4)

Strawweight: Tiffany Van Soest (0-0) vs. Kalyn Schwartz (0-0)

Atomweight: Julia Jones (4-0) vs. Stephanie Skinner (4-5)

Featherweight: Amber Leibrock (1-1) vs. Amy Coleman (2-0)

Strawweight: Ashley Greenway (1-0) vs. Sunna Rannveig Davidsdottir (0-0)

Get prepared for the upcoming UFC 204 pay-per-view with this look at the event, including an extended preview of the main event between Michael Bisping and Dan Henderson.

This marks the second meeting between the two, as Henderson bested the UFC middleweight champion via knockout back at UFC 100.

ufc fight night 94

Michael Johnson and Derek Brunson finished off UFC Fight Night 94 in quick order Saturday, earning stoppage wins inside of the first two minutes.

Johnson knocked out Dustin Poirier in the main event, earning a victory in just 1:35.

The card took place from Hidalgo, Texas and the State Farm Arena, airing live on UFC Fight Pass and FOX Sports 1.

In the co-main event, it was Brunson finishing off former Ultimate Fighter winner Uriah Hall in just 1:41.

Evan Dunham, Roan Carneiro and Islam Makhachev each picked up main card decision wins, while Chas Skelly choked out Maximo Blanco in just 19 seconds for a submission.

Gabriel Benitez, Belal Muhammad, Antonio Carlos Junior, Jose Alberto Quinonez and Randy Brown all earned wins on the prelims.

Dunham and newcomer Rick Glenn were awarded the “Fight of the Night,” while Johnson and Skelly claimed “Performance of the Night” bonuses.

The attendance for the UFC’s first trip to Hidalgo was announced at 5,624 with a live gate of $323,419.

Complete results can be found below:

Michael Johnson def. Dustin Poirier via KO (strike) at 1:35 of Round 1

Derek Brunson def. Uriah Hall via TKO (strikes) at 1:41 of Round 1

Evan Dunham def. Rick Glenn via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Roan Carneiro def. Kenny Robertson via split decision (28-29, 30-27, 29-28)

Islam Makhachev def. Chris Wade via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Chas Skelly def. Maximo Blanco via technical submission (anaconda choke) at :19 of Round 1

Gabriel Benitez def. Sam Sicilia via technical submission (guillotine choke) at 1:20 of Round 2

Belal Muhammad def. Augusto Montano via TKO (strikes) at 4:19 of Round 3

Antonio Carlos Junior def. Leonardo Augusto Guimaraes via submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:46 of Round 3

Jose Alberto Quinonez def. Joey Gomez via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)

Randy Brown def. Erick Montano via submission (anaconda choke) at :18 of Round 3

Alejandro Perez vs. Albert Morales ruled a majority draw (29-27, 28-28, 28-28)

Weigh-ins for Friday’s Bellator 161 card went down earlier today, with Cheick Kongo and Tony Johnson set for the main event.

Kongo weighed in at 237.5 pounds, while Johnson came in at 264.

Complete weigh-in results can be found below, and a replay can be viewed above.

MAIN CARD (Spike/9 p.m. ET)

Cheick Kongo (237.5 lbs.) vs. Tony Johnson (264)

Joe Warren (135.4) vs. Sirwan Kakai (135.8)

Derek Campos (155.1) vs. Djamil Chan (156)

Anastasia Yankova (131) vs. Veta Arteaga (130.4)


Kenya Miranda (126.8) vs. Emily Ducote (124.9)

Mark Dickman (145.5) vs. Daniel Pineda (144.4)

Tommy Burghart (133.8) vs. Armando Villareal (135.9)

Nick Gonzalez (158.8) vs. Warren Stewart (151.7)

Deuce King (150) vs. Rey Trujillo (153.4)

Matt Mazurek (146) vs. Jose Guerra (145)

Garrett Scott (169.7) vs. Waylon Brunstrup (168.9)

Sean Clements (154.6) vs. Jonathon Taylor (153.5)

ufc 203

Stipe Miocic did what several before him could not Saturday night at UFC 203 – defend the heavyweight title.

Miocic survived an early attack by Alistair Overeem, coming back in the first round to finish him and retain the UFC heavyweight championship in his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio.

With the win, Miocic earned his fourth consecutive win – all of which have come via finish. Overeem, a former Strikeforce champion, appeared to have the Ohio native rocked, landing a shot in the opening seconds and going for a guillotine choke. That allowed Miocic to recover, though, and go on to pick up the victory.

After the fight, Overeem stated that he felt Miocic tap to the choke. Replays, thanks to the request of Joe Rogan, showed otherwise.

In the co-main event, Fabricio Werdum earned a victory over Travis Browne via decision. The fight was filled with interesting moments, as Browne suffered a hand injury and asked for a timeout. In the first few seconds, Werdum, a former champion, landing a flying kick to the chin on Browne.

Before the announcement of the winner could be made, Browne’s head coach, Edmond Tarverdyan, began talking to Werdum, who proceeded to land a front-kick to the coach. Browne’s corner was escorted from the Octagon.

CM Punk’s MMA debut went how many believed it would, as Mickey Gall scored a takedown and proceeded to beat on him for two minutes before securing a rear-naked choke victory. Punk, a former WWE superstar, said afterwards that he planned to compete again.

Jimmie Rivera earned his biggest win to date, surviving an eye poke to score a decision victory over Urijah Faber and remain unbeaten inside the Octagon. The main card kicked off with Jessica Andrade submitting Joanne Calderwood in a meeting of strawweight contenders.

Bethe Correia upset the Ohio crowd when she was awarded a split decision over native Jessica Eye, while Brad Tavares earned a split decision over Caio Magalhaes. Nik Lentz spoiled the UFC debut of Michael McBride with a second round TKO, and Drew Dober did the same to Jason Gonzalez in the first round.

Yancy Medeiros submitted Sean Spencer in the lone UFC Fight Pass bout. The card lost a pair of fights this week due to visa issues and an elevator malfunction.

Miocic and Overeem were awarded “Fight of the Night” honors, while Andrade and Medeiros picked up “Performance of the Night” bonuses. The attendance was announced at 18,875 with a live gate of $2.6 million.

Complete results can be found below:

Stipe Miocic def. Alistair Overeem via KO (strikes) at 4:27 of Round 1 to remain UFC heavyweight champion

Fabricio Werdum def. Travis Browne via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-27, 30-27)

Mickey Gall def. CM Punk via submission (rear-naked choke) at 2:14 of Round 1

Jimmie Rivera def. Urijah Faber via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Jessica Andrade def. Joanne Calderwood via submission (guillotine choke) at 4:38 of Round 1

Bethe Correia def. Jessica Eye via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Brad Tavares def. Caio Magalhaes via split decision (28-29, 30-27, 29-28)

Nik Lentz def. Michael McBride via TKO (strikes) at 4:17 of Round 2

Drew Dober def. Jason Gonzalez via TKO (strikes) at 1:45 of Round 1

Yancy Medeiros def. Sean Spencer via submission (rear-naked choke) at :49 of Round 2

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