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Invicta Fighting Championships: Can an All-Women's MMA Promotion Survive?

Void of a UFC, Strikeforce or Bellator event, it was the debut of the all-women's MMA promotion Invicta Fighting Championships which left the MMA world in a buzz this past weekend. The fight card featured some of the top up-and-coming female fighters in the sport as well as some noteworthy veterans including former Strikeforce bantamweight champion Marloes Coenen in the main event.
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