February 25, 2021

All-women’s MMA promotion Invicta FC reportedly parts ways with UFC Fight Pass

Invicta FC is reportedly parting ways with UFC Fight Pass after seven years of streaming on the popular subscription service.

Invicta FC is reportedly set to part ways with UFC Fight Pass.

According to reports by Fight Bananas and My MMA News, sourced have confirmed that Invicta FC will no longer air on UFC Fight Pass. The organization will apparently stream all events on their YouTube channel whilst they look for another streaming platform. An official announcement should be coming in the very near future.

The promotion has been streaming on UFC Fight Pass since 2014 and have produced a countless number of future UFC stars including Cris Cyborg, Rose Namajunas, Megan Anderson, Felicia Spencer, Michelle Waterson, Yana Kunitskaya, Jennifer Maia and Carla Esparza.

Invicta FC currently has weight-classes in all divisions from atomweight to featherweight. Titleholders include atomweight champ Alesha Zappitella and featherweight champ Pam Sorenson. Both women are top ranked fighters in their respective divisions.

WMMA Rankings Atomweight Top Ten

WMMA Rankings Featherweight Top Ten

Fight fans, how do you feel about the news? What fights would you like to see at the next Invicta FC event? Let us know in the comments section below.

Noah

10 thoughts on “All-women’s MMA promotion Invicta FC reportedly parts ways with UFC Fight Pass

  1. I am deeply disappointed. Invicta FC on UFC Fight Pass was great. You could watch the future women’s UFC stars shine. Unfortunately this will no longer be the case. Sad, sad news!😢

  2. It’s not like UFC can’t afford to pay Invicta.
    Shameless.

    Looking forward to watching the YouTube fights.
    Invicta could try partnering with the BBC or Channel4 here in the UK. As both broadcasters have a broadcast mandate,charter to show underrepresented communities , in this case women’s mma.
    For example, Channel4 show the ParaOlympics in full, or virtually of it.

    Garath A. Davis, is one of the hosts of the ParaOlympics broadcasts. He is also one of the premier MMA and combat sports journalist in the UK, published in a newspaper of record.
    Maybe he could act as a conduit between Invicta and UK broadcasters

  3. Have to say that I am a bit worried about Invicta. They haven’t announced an event yet for this year, while in normal conditions this would have been around the time for the second event of the year. I hope this is just a temporary situation due to the pandemic and there are no bigger issues. This latest news definitely does not help clear out my concerns.

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