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Invicta FC 16 Results: Ayaka Submits Brown to Retain, Maia Edges Porto for Invicta Gold

Under Card: Bout 1. 115lbs: Ashley Greenway (1-0) Def. Sarah Click (0-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-26, 29-28, 29-28) Bout 2. 135lbs: Aspen Ladd (3-0) Def. Kelly McGill (2-1) via TKO (strikes, elbows/punches) at 1:47 of Rd. 3 Bout 3. 125lbs: Sarah D’Aleio (9-6) Def. Andrea Lee (4-2) via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) 4:21 of Rd. 3 Bout 4: 105lbs: Jinh Yu Frey (5-1) Def. Herica Tiburcio (9-4) via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) Bout 5: 125lbs: Roxanne Modaferri (19-12) Def. DeAnna Bennett (9-2) via Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) Main Card: Bout 6: 135lbs: (5-2) Irene Aldana vs. Jessamyn Duke (3-3) Rd. 1 Duke controlled the center early on, however Irene was able to land a few glancing blows. Aldana landed some leg kicks then began landing some strikes over the top, then Duke landed a body kick. Aldana landed combos to the head and body of Jessamyn and one more hard body uppercut and she dropped Duke and the ref came in to stop the contest. Irene Aldana (6-2) Def. Jessamyn Duke (3-4) via TKO (Body Shot and Punches) at 3:08 of Rd. 1
Bout 7: 115lbs: Angela Hill (3-2) vs. Stephanie Eggnik (4-2) Rd. 1 Hill controlled the center early but ate a kick to the body, then the pair exchanged strikes over the top. Eggnik landed a leg kick then another and evaded most of Hill’s strikes, then the pair clinched. They both broke away and Eggnik evaded more of Angela’s offense, but Hill finally landed a punch over the top. Both combatants missed wild throws then Eggnik landed a knee to the body of Hill. Angela landed a  hard right hand to end the round. Rd. 2 Eggnik opened up with another leg kick to Hill, then another, but ate a hard right from Angela and something bothered Stephanie about the connection. Hill began gunning harder for the KO, and landed another right hand. Hill landed another hard right and dropped Stephanie then proceeded to land more shots on the ground until the ref stepped in. Angela Hill (4-2) def. Stephanie Eggnik (4-3) via TKO (Punches) at 2:36 of Rd. 2 Co-Main Event: Invicta FC Interim Flyweight Chmapionship Vanessa Porto (18-6) vs. Jennifer Maia (12-4-1) Rd. 1 They both exchange leg kicks early on and Porto dropped Jennifer early with a right but Maia regained her footing. Porto landed another hard right jab then leg kick, then front kick to the stomach. Vanessa landed a right to the ribs then they both land rights to the face of the other. They both then miss wildly but Porto landed a hard right once more, but ate a right from Maia to end the round. Rd. 2 Maia landed some good punches early, then Porto answered with a right of her own. Maia landed some hooks, then Porto took Jennifer down and went for an armbar but to no avail. Porto stood up then jumped over the top for a punch, and landed a few more from her top position. They both stand up and Maia landed a good right but Porto took her down again. Porto went for another armbar but the round ended. Rd. 3 Maia landed a combo but ate a body kick, then a right to her face. The pair start landing bombs on each other then clinch. They break away and Porto landed a leg kick, but Maia landed a combo. Porto shot for an arm but missed and Maia took her back, but Porto reversed position for a second and landed in a deep guillotine by Maia. She was able to make it through the end of the round. Rd. 4 Maia landed a combo and a hard right cross then the pair take the center again. Maia missed a looping right and the pair traded jabs, then Porto landed a right hook. Porto then took Maia down again and they land in a position where neither do damage so the ref stood them up. Maia landed a jab and a hook, but ate a hook and the pair traded hard shots again. Porto took Maia down one more time and the round ended. Rd. 5 Both Girl’s faces are battered and Porto landed a leg kick but was clinched to the fence and ate knees to her body. Maia landed some uppercuts then the pair took the center of the cage but Porto got a takedown for a second then they both stood up. They both landed jabs and Porto got another takedown, and Maia attempted a guillotine but couldn’t sink the choke deep enough it seemed and Porto’s head popped out. The pair remained there until the final bell sounded. Jennifer Maia (13-4-1) def. Vanessa Porto (18-7) via Unanimous Decision (49-46, 48-47, 48-47) For the Interim Invicta FC Flyweight Championship. Main Event: Invicta FC Atomweight Championship Ayaka Hamasaki (12-1) vs. Amber Brown (6-1) Rd. 1 Amber landed a quick leg kick but was taken down, and Ayaka started to improve her position from guard. Amber tried for a triangle momentarily then locked in a way better triangle. The choke was super deep and it seemed no escape for Ayaka while Brown landed elbows from the bottom. Hamasaki somehow found a way out and gained side mount, but Amber reversed and took mount on Ayaka but the round ended. Rd. 2 Amber landed two leg kicks and Ayaka missed a wild punch, and Amber landed another leg kick. Amber pressured Ayaka against the cage and landed knees to her body, then bullied her to the ground and took her back. Brown landed punches to the side of Hamasaki’s head then took mount position. Hamasaki reversed the position but Amber again tried for a triangle choke. She had it locked in but the round ended.   Rd. 3 Amber started off again with a leg kick then pushed Ayaka against the fence and took her down. Ayaka reversed the position and worked for a kimura lock then secured an armbar and Amber was forced to tap out. Ayaka Hamasaki (13-1) def. Amber Brown (6-2) via Submission (Armbar) at 2:52 of Rd. 3 For The Invicta FC Atomweight Championship         
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Highly passionate MMA Journalist, and I’ve followed the sport ever since my favorite fighter, Vitor Belfort won the heavyweight tournament at UFC 12. After that I’ve tried to go to every local MMA event around the Gulf Coast and surrounding areas and decided to make it a point to have a career in some aspect in the fighting sport other than fighting in general (didn’t want to ruin my face). I’m currently enrolled at Southeastern Louisiana University working towards a degree in Communication. I cover MMA, Boxing and Football for The Daily Star newspaper in my hometown of Hammond, Louisiana, in addition to working as a promotional writer for a local Boxing promotion known as BoxnCar and I cover boxing for 8countnews.com however SciFighting.com is my home. My main goal is to bring more publicity to MMA in my area and to the sport as a whole as all of us involved with the sport are merely scratching the surface and laying the foundation of what mixed martial arts competition will be further down the road.