August 8, 2020

ICYMI: Felicia Spencer calls out Megan Anderson at Invicta FC 30

One of the best performances of the night at Invicta FC 30 last Saturday in Kansas City belonged to Felicia “Feenom” Spencer. 

The undefeated featherweight stayed perfect in pro MMA competition by submitting Helena Kolesnyk in the second round.

After the big win, Spencer spoke to Laura Sanko: “I’ll take anything. I know lot of fans want to see a featherweight champion in Invicta, I know Pam (Sorenson) is looking for a fight. I know Megan Anderson talks a big game and I’m happy to try and finish what Holly (Holm) couldn’t.”

Sitting cage side, looking onward, was the former Invicta featherweight champion, Megan Anderson. The six-foot Aussie has no problem entering the cage to greet her challenger: “As you said there’s a lot going on in the division. it’s really hard cause we aren’t in the same promotion. But if the UFC wants a fight, I’ll gladly welcome (Spencer) to Australia. Let’s go, UFC Adelaide. Let’s f*ckin’ go…I can assure you, she don’t want these hands.”

Check out the exciting moment below!

Having fought all of her professional fights in Invicta, dating back to Invicta FC 14 in 2015, Spencer has become one of the hottest 145-pound prospects.

In a division with no clear direction, Spencer can find herself a key player moving forward. Invicta’s featherweight championship is currently vacant and the “Feenom” is a front runner to get a crack at the title. Also, if the UFC elects to sign more featherweights after TUF 28, Spencer is a perfect candidate.

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Photo: Dave Mandel/Invicta FC

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One thought on “ICYMI: Felicia Spencer calls out Megan Anderson at Invicta FC 30

  1. If the UFC doesn’t p/u Felicia, and since it appears that she sustained little damage in her last night, maybe she can put on a few pounds and take on Kayla Harrison who appears awfully anxious to find an opponent for next month. Maybe they could fight at a catchweight of 150. Invicta has been know to let their fighters fight outside the organization, but perhaps Kayla’s record is too good for PFL’s preference.

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